Vampire High Info
Synopsis:Young vampires are taken in by a boarding school that also houses mortal teens. Problems face both sets of students, incl. typical issues of love, friends & enemies. Prof Murdoch is on hand to help, but he has problems of his own.
Vampire High Review
This is an excellent show and dvd that deserves atention. Even thou it’s mostly vampires there are rich storylines and complexities that make this a cant miss show period… plot:After a civil war between vampire clans (the Fury who wants humans as food and the Elders who want peace with humens) a small group of young vampires are given sanctuary at an exclusive boarding school to ‘humanise’ them in preparation for living amongst humans. Each vampire teen has there own storylines ad past that continues episode after episode but with new live in each. The series follows how the vampires try to accomplish this. At the same time a larger group of young human students, all with problems of their own, lives and learns in the above-ground part of the school, and are unaware of the vampires living below them. But without a doubt they cross paths. Drew who is one of the vampiers falls for a human girl sherry and this relationship is explored. There are severial storylnes going at the same time and there is never a dull moment. Every emotion and problem the vampire have the humans have proven they aint much different. As you watch this it brings you into the show and you get to know these charactors. This is a very good show and dvd. It ran for one season in canada 2001-2002 and lives in reruns in canada and UK
This DVD contains the first four (of 26) episodes excellently combined into a full-length film, without losing any of the details of the series. There are two more dvds of the show on amazon and i suggest you buy all three. they contain episodes 1-10 but there are 26 episodes all together. and chek out my review on them too. I really hope the rest are also released on DVD.
About Vampire High (2001)
Total Avg. Votes: 6
Writers: Mark Shekter, Laura Kosterski, Garry Blye, Ann MacNaughton
Director: Jim Kaufman, Erik Canuel, Daniel Grou, Carl Goldstein, Adam Weissman