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Interview with the Vampire (1994)

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A vampire relates his epic life story of love, betrayal, loneliness, and dark hunger to an over-curious reporter.

Director: Neil Jordan
Writer: Anne Rice

Release Date: 1994-11-11
Status: Released
Run time: 123 min / 2:3
Budget: $60,000,000
Revenue: $223,664,608
Production Company : Geffen Pictures
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 1994-11-11
Status: Released
Run time: 123 min / 2:3
Budget: $60,000,000
Revenue: $223,664,608

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Casts

Brad Pitt
as Louis de Pointe du Lac
Tom Cruise
as Lestat de Lioncourt
Kirsten Dunst
as Claudia
Antonio Banderas
as Armand
Christian Slater
as Daniel Malloy
Stephen Rea
as Santiago
Thandie Newton
as Yvette
Domiziana Giordano
as Madeleine
Sara Stockbridge
as Estelle
Indra Ové
as New Orleans Whore
Laure Marsac
as Mortal Woman on Stage
Andrew Tiernan
as Paris Vampire
Bellina Logan
as Tavern Girl
George Kelly
as Dollmaker
Helen McCrory
as 2nd New Orleans Whore
Simon Tyrrell
as Paris Vampire
Lyla Hay Owen
as Widow St. Clair

Crew

Writing Anne Rice Author
Writing Anne Rice Screenplay
Production David Geffen Producer
Production Stephen Woolley Producer
Sound Elliot Goldenthal Original Music Composer
Camera Philippe Rousselot Director of Photography
Editing Mick Audsley Editor
Editing Joke van Wijk Editor
Production Susie Figgis Casting
Production Juliet Taylor Casting
Art Dante Ferretti Production Design
Art Malcolm Middleton Art Direction
Art James E. Tocci Art Direction
Art Francesca Lo Schiavo Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Sandy Powell Costume Design
Production Sandrine Ageorges Unit Production Manager
Directing Neil Jordan Director
Crew River Phoenix Thanks
Crew Ansel M. Stroud Jr. Thanks
Production Redmond Morris Co-Producer
Sound Stephen McLaughlin Scoring Mixer
Sound Matthias Gohl Music Score Producer

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  • Critic Reviews for Interview with the Vampire. The major problem lies with Rice's own script, which is dramatically repetitive and philosophically banal. Interview with the Vampire promises a constantly surprising vampire story, and it keeps that promise. This Golden Razzie Award-winner for Worst Screen Couple arrives dead and unmoving.

  • Interview with the Vampire. In Paris, Louis meets the vampires Armand ( Antonio Banderas) and Santiago ( Stephen Rea ), and begins to understand he is a member of an international clandestine society. Vampires of course need regular supplies of fresh blood, and the details involving its procurement are dismaying to the creatures, who, to live,...

  • If you like vampire books then Anne Rice is the best storyteller in the business. Interview with the Vampire is the first of a long line of vampire books, and I would definitely read them in order. This book introduces you to Lestat, who is in so many of Ms. Rice's books, and to some other key characters who have recurring roles in future books.

  • Famously based on Anne Rice's vampire novels, INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE features a scenery-chewing Tom Cruise as gleeful, blood-thirsty villain Lestat. This vampire doesn't just kill humans, but also tortures other vampires via betrayal and mockery. Brad Pitt, as the more conflicted vampire Louis, is a quieter presence on screen.

  • After about twenty years, The Interview with the Vampire is still my favorite vampire movie of all times. I watch it every few years, and still enjoy every moment of it. I just purchased the Blu-ray, and although the quality is not very much improved over the DVD release, it has sturdier casing.

  • Community Reviews. When Interview with the Vampire came out in 1976, it flat out flopped in hardcover, selling only 25,000 copies. The subsequent paperback release did marginally better, but the book’s reputation grew steadily over time, and eventually a cult following developed, especially among the goth subculture,...

  • Interview With The Vampire is well known the world over and even slightly engraved in current culture. Based upon Anne Rice’s groundbreaking books from decades ago that reinvented the vampire legend and turned it upside down. ... Interview with the Vampire Review. Interview with the Vampire, Interview with the Vampire (1994), Interview with ...

  • Interview with the Vampire Reviews. Jordan is a master of poetic, deceptive atmosphere. Given that this is basically a Reader's Digest condensed version, the movie does a pretty good sweep job. The major problem lies with Rice's own script, which is dramatically repetitive and philosophically banal.

  • User Reviews. 'Interview with the Vampire' is an atmospheric, highly gripping "film involving vampires" - not a "vampire movie". Whilst the latter would describe a film that focuses on its vampirism and might be judged on the sharpness of its fangs, this "film involving vampires" has all the merits of the very best cinema,...

  • Interview with the Vampire. But it’s one thing to write it in a review and another to say it in person to a potential ticket buyer who’s in your face and wanting proof. Around this office, Interview really pushes people’s buttons. They resent the unremitting hype, the glib cruelty of the genre and the casting of Tom Cruise as the blond,...