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Cirque du Freak The Vampire's Assistant Trailer

I know I usually post movie stuff on Friday, but I've been waiting for this trailer since I first heart about the movie, so I had to share!


  1. I had been looking for this trailer but had no such luck. Anyways movie looks good!

  2. This looks awesome!!! I've only read the first three books, but this made me want to go back and read more. Thanks for posting it.

  3. Ahh! I've been waiting for this movie for yeaaars. I'm so excited for its release (and for this trailer)!! I made a post on it too. x)

  4. looks really funny. Will totally watch!

  5. That looks like so much fun! What are the books it is based on?

  6. The really strange part is that last month I saw this series in the store and picked it up, curious as I had never heard of it! And then suddenly everyone is talking about it becoming a movie! I'm psychic I guess!

    I love that he was playing his gameboy (PSP?) while in the coffin. That's some clever thinking on his part! Passes the time nicely. ;)

  7. Rhiannon-The movie is based on the Cirque du Freak series by Darran Shan. The movie is named after the second book in the series and it looks like they're combining books one and two.

  8. I'm so excited for this! I was actually lucky enough to find the entire series (well all except book two) at a thirft store and they were only 99 cents each! Gotta get my reading on before it's release :)

  9. It looks freaking awesome! I saw the trailer previously, didn't know about the books, and now I want to read them! The movie is out in October so I better hurry! :)

  10. Thanks for posting...I totally didn't know this was coming to film!


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