Wayne Gretzky (Adam Johnson) is a vampire who can't grow his teeth. His impotence began when he inadvertently killed Mary Lipinsky (Julie Gonzalo), the love of his life, 300 years ago. To take his mind off the pain, he teaches college history - who better? Attempting to regain his full power, he enlists help from his friend and colleague, Dr. Levine (Gary Cole). Nothing works until a new semester brings freshman Chris Keller. She's a dead ringer for Mary and they have a lurid affair, while rumors fly around the campus. But it all sours when he turns Chris into a vampire and her newfound bloodlust spins out of control in a bloody rampage, making the rumors a little too real.
Chris Keller joins college at age 19 and pledges the Kappa O Sorority. After her closest friend on campus Fred Green tells her about how wonderful his History teacher Wayne Gretzky is, she is determined to join his class.Wayne Gretzky is a vampire who 300 years ago, killed the love of his life, Mary Lipinsky. Chris is the spitting image of Mary and Wayne can't control himself around her and knows that if he sees her at night, he will bite her and turn her into a vampire.Chris gets accepted to join Wayne's morning history class and his lectures (that are just stories about him and Mary's love 300 years ago) make Chris fall in love with him.One day, Chris goes into his office in a little blue coat and whilst he is talking, she takes it off and is wearing nothing underneath. She seduces Wayne and he turns her into a vampiress. Then Chris starts killing a lot of people. On the first day, she killed 17 people. She turns into a vampiress her best friend Samantha who is in love with her. And then a lot of other girls in the sisterhood. And together they come to the party where they kill all the guys. At the end of the film, she dies when her mother, along with Wayne and boyfriend Fred kill her.
Well, this wasn't no Bram Stoker's "Dracula", nor was it (luckily) not a Stephanie Meyer's "Twilight" either. This movie was sort of a light-hearted romantic comedy with just a hint of horror, oh, and with vampires.The story is about a college professor named Wayne Gretzky (played by Adam Johnson) who becomes enthralled with the new student to his class Chris Keller (played by Julie Gonzalo). They start to have a relationship, but it turns out that they have more in common than just a mutual attraction. And the fact that Wayne is a vampire also does tend to prove somewhat of an issue in matters of the heart.I will say that the storyline was fairly straight forward, however, it wasn't particularly an impressive or overly interesting storyline. And what kept the movie afloat was the use of comedy throughout the movie. Mind you, it is not the kind of comedy that will have you laughing hard and in tears, but it is the kind that worked well enough and was just subtle enough to peak its funny head.It should be noted, however, that the people hired for the various roles and characters were actually doing good jobs with the roles and characters that they were given. It was just the script that proved somewhat of a ball and chain around their ankles.In overall, then "Vamp U" is a movie that is intended for a young teenage girl audience, and it doesn't really offer much for others in the audience, as this movie is a no brainer from start to end.Could have been more, but it catered to a teenage girl audience.
I like the new vampire movies, so this one was on my list. It's nothing like Twilight, just saying (I liked Twilight, but I know there are a lot of people who are not very fond of the whole shiny-vampire-romance). This is definitely nothing like it. I did read the review that was written here on IMDb, and so I did not expect much of it, but it was a nice movie. I had a couple of laughs, definitely did not waste my time, and there are some pretty nasty things going on, made it interesting. Couldn't help but thinking it was kinda like a mix between American Pie and Buffy. So if you like fantasy, bloodsucking hot teenage girls & bad jokes - watch it.
I apologize. I liked a dumb 2 star film like a 4 star production. Wayne Gretzky (Adam Johnson) is a vampire who accidentally killed Mary (Julie Gonzalo) the love of his life in 1711. For 300 years his fangs have become limp as he feeds off animal blood and confides his troubles to Dr. Arthur Levine (Gary Cole). Dr. G known as "The Great One" is a history professor who teaches history as if he was there...and he was.As it turns out Mary didn't die, she just became Amish. Her daughter, who could pass for her twin (also played by Julie Gonzalo) , seduces Dr. G. leading to a vampire creating and killing free for all.The humor was pun filled, something I could sink my teeth into. Adam Johnson came across like a cross between Paul Giamatti and Zack Garifalakis. The one classroom scene of an excited student was reminiscent of one in "Back to School" however Tom (Matt Mattson) made me laugh. He is a member of the STD fraternity and vampire blogger.Parental Guide: No f-bombs, sex or nudity. Implied sex. Bleeped out F-bomb. Implied nudity from the back.
Vamp U (2013) (movie): After killing his love, Mary, vampire Wayne can't grow his teeth. To pass the time he becomes a professor. Everything changes when he turns Chris, a dead ringer for his long dead love and her taste for blood spins out of control. Discover the latest Discussions, Reviews, Quotes, Theories, Explanations and Analysis of Vamp U (2013) below
This the story of a vampire who can't grow his teeth, a curse that began when he killed the love of his life 300 years ago. He is now a teacher of history in a school for vampires. The real story in this movie is Alexis Knapp's big hooters. I mean, we see her tits ALOT and they look like they are one ounce away from busting her bra right off her body. Her tits are literally pushing out the sides and they look great! 041b061a72