Lesbian Vampire Killers

Lesbian Vampire Killers received itís UK release on March 20th 2009.

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Synopsis

BAFTA Award winning comedy-duo James Corden and Matt Horne (Gavin & Stacey) decide to escape their problems and head to the countryside for a weekend of debauchery. Things donít quite go to plan and they find themselves stuck in a village where all the women have been enslaved by a legendary vampire curse. As the night unfolds the boys have to put all of their fears (and dreams) behind them in order to rise to the challenge of becoming Lesbian Vampire Killers.

 

Paul gave a couple of radio interviews on Tuesday 17th march which you can catch here:

The first was with Dominic King for Radio Kent, listen here, about 2 hours 20 minutes in.

The second,  for BBC Radio 6, with Nemone, you can listen to here, about 38 minutes in.

The film hasnít been received terribly well by the press, though the public seem to enjoy it. Hereís some comments about Paulís role:

It's mostly pretty awful, but there are one or two crass laughs, largely provided by Paul McGann playing the potty-mouthed priest (Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian)

Impish Swede MyAnna Buring as kick-ass Lotte and Paul McGann as a vampire-hating vicar both play it brilliantly deadpan. (Filmbiz, The Sun)

Paul McGann being around was one of the best things about it really. I got to do a lot of my scenes with him, and I got to wear a long coat so I started to feel like Withnail. (James Corden)

He (Paul McGann) had a really hard job on this film because he had to play it absolutely straight. We have to ask the audience the make a big leap of faith and he's a major part of that. (from BBC news)

Paul McGann is a real hero of Matís and mine, and when we were told that he was playing the vicar we were so over the moon. (James Corden)

The pair (Corden and Horne) were in awe of Withnail And I actor Paul McGann, who plays a vicar in the movie, and who was described by Horne as a "legend". (Sky News)

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