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Trailer Probe : Lesbian Vampire Killers
© Joe Crowe
March 16, 2009

Sci-fi movie trailers make us laugh. They make us cry. They work so hard to make us happy. Trailer Probe rates the geek explosion content, how much it combusts our cortex with a volley of geekitude, and dork disengagement level reasons you won't dig it.

Lesbian Vampire Killers

Dork disengagement level: This trailer is too funny. Vampiric female homosexuals who commit homicide is a serious matter, and it should be treated with dignity and restraint.

The movie could be about killers of vampire lesbians.

Vampire lesbians who are killers.

Lesbians who kill vampires.

Or it could be about all of the above. Focus, people!

Geek explosion content: You will like three things about the movie, and they're all in the movie title.

The trailer has funny guys falling down, funny gory parts, dancing girls, girls who put the kissing on each other, and girls whose jaws distend and the fangs come out. I require nothing further.

Geek explosion level: 900,000 geek parts per million.

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