Lesbian Vampire Killers. Image shows from L to R: Fletch (James Corden), Jimmy (Mathew Horne). Copyright: Velvet Bite.

Lesbian Vampire Killers

2009 British comedy film about a vampire curse. Stars James Corden, Mathew Horne, MyAnna Buring, Vera Filatova, Tiffany Mulheron and others.

Press Clippings

James Corden and Mathew Horne film is turkey of 09

Comedy duo Mathew Horne and James Corden's Lesbian Vampire Killers film has been voted 2009's biggest flop.

The Mirror, 28th December 2009

'Turkey' is too noble a word for a cinematic abomination that should have slunk straight to DVD, or ideally, straight to bin. Now more overexposed than Lindsay Lohan's lady parts, James Corden and Mathew Horne take time out from being unfunny on TV to do the same in this gaggingly desperateto-be-a-cult horror/comedy. Shot in digital soft-focus à la 300, it's basically a tribute (in the sense of lazy, utterly irony-free rip-off) to ye olde Hammer Horror movies, that sees heart-broken Jimmy (Horne) and his loveable fat friend Fletch (Corden) go hiking to a remote village, only to stumble across a coven of gay girl vamps. Boasting bare boobies galore, this might appeal to Nuts readers (if they're drunk), while women viewers will be universally repelled by the horrific levels of female-fear-and-loathing. Shaun Of The Dead this most certainly ain't - in fact, it makes Ant and Dec's feeble sci-fi effort Alien Autopsy a masterpiece to rival Aliens.

Larushka Ivan-Zadeh, Metro, 11th August 2009

Critics maul lesbian vampire film

James Corden and Mathew Horne, ubiquitous stars of BBC sitcom Gavin & Stacey, have received stinging reviews for their new comedy horror movie Lesbian Vampire Killers.

BBC News, 20th March 2009

On film: Choking on the laughter

When a horror movie goes wrong, audiences respond with laughter. When a horror-comedy goes wrong, the results are just painful.

Anne Billson, The Guardian, 20th March 2009

Chortle Review

Horne and Corden may be the very definition of over-exposed talent but they're surely decent enough actors to survive this debacle.

Jay Richardson, Chortle, 20th March 2009