Interview With the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles

Interview With the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles

By Neil Jordan

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 1994-12-09
  • Advisory Rating: R
  • Runtime: 2h 2min
  • Director: Neil Jordan
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99


Academy Award-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Tom Cruise, Academy Award-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Brad Pitt and Golden Globe-nominee Kirsten Dunst are among the undead in this spellbinding adaptation of Anne Rice's ("Queen of the Damned," "Exit to Eden") bestselling horror novel. When an ambitious reporter agrees to interview a man who claims to have been a vampire since the 18th century, he hears a hypnotic, shocking, violent, moving and erotically charged tale, detailing what it was like existing for the past two-hundred years as one of the living dead. The powerhouse cast also includes Golden Globe and Emmy Award-nominee Antonio Banderas; Academy Award, Golden Globe and Emmy Award-nominee Stephen Rea ("V for Vendetta," "The Reaping"); Christian Slater; and Thandie Newton ("The Pursuit of Happyness," "Crash"). Directed by Academy Award-winner Neil Jordan ("The Crying Game," "The End of the Affair"), and produced by David Geffen ("Little Shop of Horrors," "Personal Best").


  • Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise make great vampire's

    By Nicholas becerra
    Interview with the vampire is a true modern horror classic. Brad Pitt was amazing so as Tom Cruise many of the acting is fantastic now don't get me wrong this movie is violent and gory because that's what vampire's are right? gothic, bloody vampire's this adaptation of Anne Rice's Novel is one of the best horror movies to date.
  • just terrible

    By jadr80
    I find this film to be a great disservice to the source material, regardless of Rice's praise of the adaptation. Having just read the book and never seen the film, I wanted to finally see it and I really wish I hadn't. Brad Pitt's ham-fisted performance vacillates between affected and wooden. I've never really like him in anything but this was particularly hard to watch. Tom Cruise's crazy energy seemed to work a bit better for the character of Lestat. Kirsten Dunst is really the only saving grace. As a 12-year-old she puts the performace of her co-stars to shame. She's the only good thing about his movie. The period sets looked phony to me but maybe that's more about how filmmaking has evolved since the mid 90s. I'm pretty baffled about all the praise for this film. It's a case study in style over substance.
  • Good movie

    By Green Tee ๐Ÿต
    A good movie even though Tom Cruise is in it. Good storyline Great acting
  • Please watch Dracula

    By The Sci-Fi Master
    Okay. I recently watched this movie with my parents and we were so scared. Besides, Iโ€™m Christian and I normally donโ€™t watch any horror movies given my religious nature. First of all, this movie gives the 1931 Halloween movie, Dracula, a BAD reputation. That one had no MPAA rating at all. Second, an R rating is common for any horror movie, including Scream. Iโ€™m sure Iโ€™d never go up to that rating.
  • Holy Hell!

    By Mohammed Al-Tari
    Blown away. Remember wanting to watch this when it first came out, back in 1994. Missed it, never got around to it until 24 years later, in 2018. Can't believe I missed out on it for nearly a quarter of a century. Yes, it's that good. And the book, the book is the perfect complement to the film. Watch this. Read that. You will not be disappointed.
  • ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•

    By Bella Cullen 1245
    Tom Cruise is a way you never seen him before! This is the perfect movie for Halloween! Itโ€™s very unique and scary and showcases old vampires!
  • horror

    By npc1nik
  • Good!

    By theonedirectionboy
    A great story and movie!
  • Truly Wonderful in a Dark way of course.

    By Princess Lune
    I can not share how much I adore this movie. It's a must see and a must have. Now of course I am just wishing for the album, score, and soundtrack.
  • Wow

    By (*_*) me
    Just as good as the book