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The Fearless Vampire Killers [DVD] [1967]
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 10 August 2013
very happy with the product, very fast delivery, and great deal for money well worth it... thank you very much and its a big thumbs up from me
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 17 February 2011
This DVD is the German edition of Roman Polanski's 1967 movie "The Fearless Vampire Killers", not "Tanz Der Vampire" the German musical based on the Polanski movie (which features a score by rock song writer, Jim Steinman).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 28 April 2013
Excellent old film. Bought as a birthday present for my husband and enjoyed by all the family. Good value and arrived quickly.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 9 November 2011
As funny now as it was when it was first released!!although tongue in cheek it is well acted and still makes me laugh!!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 20 March 2004
I adore this film. its probably one of the most underated films. it has quite a camp, and almost 'carry-on' feel, but really is the funniest, yet also quite scariest films i've ever seen. its eerie from the personalised metro golden mayer start to the sled ride home. The music is fantastic and very inkeeping with the film itself. jack macgowran is excellent as the scatterbrained professor, whilst both roman polanski and sharon tate are marvellous in their parts as assitant and redheaded beauty aka. the next vampire victim. A cult film with a delightfully odd feel to it throughout. However comic it may seem, form the setting alone its still not one to watch with the lights out.
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on 14 February 2013
Wonderful acting by all- perfect gems by Alfie Bass and McGowran and entertaining very young Polanski
Great film music
Beautifully shot
Excellent script, really witty
Love the details.g. vampire spoofs of Grand Masters hanging on the walls of the castle and inclusion of a gay vampire
makes it unique for its time and now- utterly charming and innocent.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
One of Polanski's best and most underrated movies........very tongue in cheek, but a wonderful parody of the Dracula myth and Eastern European fairy tales.....(check out the inside of the Inn for Eastern European authenticity)....

I remember reading somewhere there was no snow, so it was all imitation stuff, but it is beautifully filmed and very quirky.......Alfie Bass steals the show as the Inn keeper, but no one could possibly keep their eyes off the late Sharon Tate who is so beautiful, but manages to convey an innocence and touching naivety......what a tragedy that her life was so cruelly and brutally taken by those Manson family psychotics.....hope they rot in hell (along with Manson) for what they did. RIP Sharon, you would have been a mega star had you lived.

Polanski plays the Professor's (Jack McGowran) assistant and I love the 'eek squeak' he lets out when he spies on Sharon Tate and witnesses her abduction by the vampire......Polanski is also a very underrated actor but in this movie he looks about 12 !!!

The soundtrack is wonderful and it still plays on in my head although I have not seen the film for a number of years............I think the hunchback was the boxer-Terry Downes.
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on 30 May 2013
Very "Hammer" like with a bit of humour thrown in. I thought it was worth getting just to watch the tragic beauty that is Sharon Tate. The packaging, in book form, is Polish, which as it's a Polish release shouldn't come as a shock, but it does have some nice pictures.
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on 3 September 2014
I watched this on tcm late one night in early 2000. I love the scenery & vampire films. The inn keepers maid has a lovely accent, I also like hammer horror vampire films, but they nearly always used English regional accents. This makes me want to go to Transylvania...
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