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I Kissed a Vampire was a vampire rock musical (also known as a "vampirical") web series starring Lucas Grabeel, Drew Seeley, and Adrian Slade.

I Kissed a Vampire
Created byChris Sean Nolan
Laurie Nolan
Directed byChris Sean Nolan
StarringLucas Grabeel
Drew Seeley
Adrian Slade
Music byFrankie Blue
Composer(s)Frankie Blue
Chris Sean Nolan
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of episodes3
Production
Executive producer(s)Mike Slade
Producer(s)Laurie Nolan
CinematographyChristopher Gosch
Editor(s)David Bekoff
Release
Original networkiTunes exclusive
Web series
Original releaseOctober 13 –
November 30, 2009
External links
Website

The series was one of the most popular webseries on iTunes and has been made into a film featuring 17 songs.[citation needed] The film premiered in March 2012 with music written by Frankie Blue, lyrics by Blue and Chris Sean Nolan, and a script by Laurie Nolan.

PlotEdit

Dylan is terrified when he is bitten by a bat, and then transformed into one of the living dead. His world is turned upside down, and he has to figure out how to balance his budding romance with Sara, the girl next door, and the bloodthirsty desires of his vampire mentor Trey.[1]

CastEdit

  • Lucas Grabeel as Dylan Knight
  • Drew Seeley as Trey Sylvania
  • Adrian Slade as Sara Lane
  • Amy Paffrath (Drew Seeley's wife[2]) as Luna Dark
  • Sally Slade (Adrian Slade's sister) as Sally Sucker
  • Katie Seeley (Drew Seeley's sister) as Lydia Bloodworth
  • Mike Slade (Adrian Slade's father) as Dr. Payne
  • Autumn Grabeel (Lucas Grabeel's sister) as Penny Plasma
  • Emily Morris (Lucas Gabreel's girlfriend) as Desiree Damned

WebisodesEdit

Act 1: Dylan is crazy about his neighbor Sara but when he starts developing fangs and a thirst for O positive he's terrified that if he kisses her he won't be able to stop himself from drinking her blood and draining her dry.[3]

Act 2: Sexy vampire Trey wants a reluctant Dylan to take a bite out of his new life and "go for the throat", but when Dylan refuses, Trey mesmerizes Sara into going to a killer vampire party with him.

Act 3: Dylan starts to kiss a willing Sara but pulls away just in time; frustrated, Sara turns to Trey and falls under his seductive spell while his dancing vampire harem holds Dylan back.

FilmEdit

I Kissed a Vampire
Directed byChris Nolan
Produced byLaurie Nolan
Written byChris Nolan
Laurie Nolan
Story byChris Nolan
Laurie Nolan
StarringLucas Grabeel
Drew Seeley
Adrian Slade
Music byFrankie Blue
CinematographyChristopher Gosch
Edited byChris Nolan
Production
company
Alter Ego Industries
Distributed byMonterey Media
Release date
  • March 30, 2012 (2012-03-30)
Running time
90 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

The I Kissed a Vampire film is distributed in North America by Monterey Media Inc.[4] And internationally by MarVista Entertainment. It was first seen by audiences at the Seattle International Film Festival in June 2010.[5] The limited theatrical release of the film began on March 30, 2012.[5]

Critical receptionEdit

The webseries was one of the most popular on iTunes.

SoundtrackEdit

I Kissed a Vampire, Season 1
 
Studio album by
Various Artists
ReleasedOctober 13, 2009
iTunes edition
No.TitleRecording artist(s)Length
1."I Kissed a Vampire Theme"Frankie Blue1:52
2."Don't Click"Adrian Slade1:07
3."Outta My Head"Lucas Grabeel2:56
4."So Cool"Frankie Blue0:46
5."Forbidden Planet"Adrian Slade3:02
6."Trey Arrives"Frankie Blue0:40
7."Love's in Vein"Drew Seeley & Frankie Blue3:20
8."See the Dark"Frankie Blue1:01
9."You Should Come"Frankie Blue0:30
10."Vampire Party"Frankie Blue2:53
11."Just a Little Peck"Adrian Slade, Drew Seeley, and Lucas Grabeel3:35
12."Long, Long, Long Time"Frankie Blue0:29
13."Happily Afterlife"Adrian Slade, Drew Seeley, and Lucas Grabeel3:25

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "I Kissed A Vampire - The Movie". Retrieved 12 September 2016.
  2. ^ "IMDb title fun facts". Amazon.com. IMDb. Retrieved 12 April 2011.
  3. ^ http://www.ikissedavampire.com/
  4. ^ "monterey media To Release "I Kissed a Vampire" iTunes Web Series Theatrically". indieWire. indieWire. Retrieved 12 April 2011.
  5. ^ a b "IMDb title release dates". IMDb. IMDb. Retrieved 12 April 2011.

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