- 1 hr 33 min
The story of Vamps is centered around two girls, named Stacy (Krysten Ritter) and Goody (Alicia Silverstone). Both girls are addicted to the night life, always looking for the next good time. Whether it's clubbing or hunting for the flame of the night, they're always on the prowl for the next big thing in their crazy, fast-paced lives. It may sound like the typical pair of teenage friends, but what both Stacy and Goody are harboring is a deep, dark secret. They're both vampires that stalk the night; immortal party girls that can't get a natural tan to save their life. Taking that into account, they're perfectly fine with their situation. That is, until one day, when they both run into the men of their dreams. Then they must make the choice of either sticking with their fun times forever or find a way to revert back to their mortal selves and be with the ones they love. It first begins when Stacy unexpectedly falls for the son of a vampire hunter. Then Goody runs into the man whom she had feelings for decades earlier. Goody, having been a vampire since 1841, was beginning to feel that she was at the end of her rope when it comes to late night dance clubs. As for Stacy, who was only turned vampire more recently, since the early 1990's, remembers exactly what it was like being mortal. The two girls find out that in order for them to become mortal again, the first vampire to turn Goody, must die. Unfortunately, that vampire is known as Ciccerus (Sigourney Weaver) and so the task is easier said than done, in this case. Goody had taught Stacy the trades of existing as an immortal, such as sustaining their life on drinking only rat blood. This shows that they truly do have a decent friendship, as Goody basically took her "under her wing" as a partner in crime. The one thing that Goody refuses to reveal is her age, since she does not like the idea of being seen as old. It is this aspect that is what makes Goody reluctant on returning to human, since if Ciccerus dies, they'll not only revert to their mortal lives but also their current mortal age will catch up with them.