What We Do in the Shadows opening

Written and directed by Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement, What We Do in the Shadows is a funny mock documentary that exposes the nighttime world of New Zealand’s vampire underworld. Though in fact, the scene is more like a dysfunctional flat than an “underworld,” even though the flatmates are all, technically, monsters. As monsters go, some of them seem pretty OK. Now, just a few weeks before the film opens in the UK, we’ve got the first six minute of the comedy for your enjoyment. Watch the What We Do in the Shadows opening below.

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What We Do in the Shadows trailer

Jemaine Clement and his Eagle Vs. Shark and occasional Flight of the Conchords director Taika Waititi have teamed to produce one of the year’s funniest films: What We Do in the Shadows. The comedy follows a group of vampires who live together in a New Zealand flat — it’s more or less like the collision of different vampire legends and concepts in a Real World-like context. Oh, and with conflict with a pack of werewolves to spice things up. Watch the first What We Do in the Shadows trailer below.

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