Interview with the Vampire

Interview with the Vampire

Director: Neil Jordan Cast: Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, Antonio Banderas

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Neil Jordan's adaptation of Anne Rice's novel Interview with the Vampire comes to DVD with a fine 1.85:1 widescreen anamorphic transfer that faithfully reproduces the original theatrical aspect ratio. English and French soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1, while a second English soundtrack is recorded in DTS 5.1. English, Spanish, and French subtitles can be accessed. In addition to Jordan's commentary track, the disc includes a behind-the-scenes documentary featuring interviews with the cast and crew; an introduction featuring Jordan, Rice, and Antonio Banderas; production notes; and the theatrical trailer.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/06/2000
UPC: 0085391831327
Original Release: 1994
Rating: R
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 2:02:00

Special Features

"In the Shadow of the Vampire" featuring all-new interviews with the film's stars and creators; Feature-length audio commentary by director Neil Jordan; All-new introduction by Anne Rice, Neil Jordan, and Antonio Banderas; Interactive menus; Production notes; Theatrical trailer; Scene access; Languages: English & Français; Subtitles: English, Français & Español

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tom Cruise Lestat
Brad Pitt Louis
Antonio Banderas Armand
Stephen Rea Santiago
Christian Slater Malloy
Kirsten Dunst Claudia
Domiziana Giordano Madeleine
Thandie Newton Yvette
Indra Ové New Orleans Whore
Laure Marsac Mortal Woman on Stage
Micha Bergese Paris Vampire
Katia Caballero Woman in Audience
Susie Figgis Actor
Marcel Iures Paris Vampire
George Kelly Dollmaker
Jeanette Kontomitras Woman in Square
Bellina Logan Tavern Girl
Susan Lynch Paris Vampire
John McConnell Gambler
Helen McCrory 2nd New Orleans Whore
Monte Montague Plague Victim Bearer
Lyla Kay Owen Widow St. Clair
Roger Lloyd Pack Piano Teacher
Miranda Richardson Actor
Sarah Stockbridge Estelle
Juliet Taylor Actor
Andrew Tiernan Paris Vampire

Technical Credits
Neil Jordan Director,Screenwriter
Mick Audsley Editor
Michele Burke Makeup
Joseph R. Burns Asst. Director
Patrick Clayton Asst. Director
Michael Cristofer Screenwriter
Yves de Bono Special Effects
Nick Dudman Makeup
George Fenton Score Composer
Dante Ferretti Production Designer
Susie Figgis Casting
Stella Furner Set Decoration/Design
David Geffen Producer
Elliot Goldenthal Score Composer
Jean-Michel Hugon Art Director
Monroe Kelly Set Decoration/Design
Rob Legato Special Effects
Malcolm Middleton Art Director
Sarah Monzani Makeup
Redmond Morris Co-producer
Sandy Powell Costumes/Costume Designer
Stephen Woolley Producer
Anne Rice Screenwriter
Morag Ross Makeup
Philippe Rousselot Cinematographer
Francesca Lo Schiavo Set Decoration/Design
Michael Stevenson Asst. Director
Juliet Taylor Casting
Jim Tocci Art Director
Alan Tomkins Art Director
Joke Van Wijk Editor
Stan Winston Makeup
Clive Winter Sound/Sound Designer

Scene Index

Scene Selection
0. Scene Selection
1. Night over San Francisco (Credits) [3:00]
2. Another life for the collector [2:49]
3. My invitation to death [3:39]
4. Louis' last sunrise [1:53]
5. Goodbye to the light [4:53]
6. Getting used to killing [4:15]
7. A cursed place burns [3:48]
8. "Take her, Louis!" [6:29]
9. Claudia; ."..and so shall we." [5:23]
10. Lestat's gift; one happy family [4:35]
11. "You made us what we are." [4:48]
12. "Good night, sweet prince." [4:36]
13. The trail of vulgar fictions [6:23]
14. Alive again in Paris [7:26]
15. Santiago and Armand [2:34]
16. A stage spectacle of death [2:12]
17. The source of evil [1:33]
18. A crime among us vampires [1:02]
19. Letting go? [:47]
20. The stamina for immortality [1:51]
21. A mother for Claudia [5:32]
22. A mob of the undead [4:11]
23. Burned by the light [:35]
24. Merciless revenge [1:19]
25. A lesson I don't care to learn [4:17]
26. Back to the new world [4:04]
27. The scent of death. [2:10]
28. "Do you like dying?" [2:11]
29. A passenger (Sympathy for the devil); End credits [1:57]

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Interview with the Vampire 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 103 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
First of all, this is THE best vampire movie. It is a Creepy & Scary movie, too. One of the creepiest part is when Claudia, Kirsten Dunst's character, kills Lestat, Tom Cruise's character. The scariest part was when Louis, Bradd Pitts' character, kills all the vampires in that place. There are also some funny bits in it too, although you wouldn't think there would be any funny bits in a horror movie. I would not reccomend this movie to children under 11, though, because there is nudity & gore in this movie. All the actors do very good in their roles, but Kirsten D. really did a good job, considering how young she was. If you are a fan of vampire movie you simply cannot ignore this one. If you buy it you won't regret it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie rocks!! The best book to movie adaptation I've EVER seen!! The whole cast is stunning, especially Tom Cruise, and everything is perfect!! See this movie now if you haven't already!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have to say, I like the movie version of Interview With the Vampire better than I do the original written one. All the excess words and scenes in the book are absent in the film, and all you’re left with is pure story. I love the way the movie flows from one time period to the next. The sets, the lighting and the music all combine to create a sad and delicate world. The only thing about it is that the actors speak so softly that I sometimes was forced to use the subtitle feature to understand what they were saying. But still, it’s a wonderful movie.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Life of a Vampire Most horror films today are full of blood and guts. I haven’t seen many in the past few years’ worth watching. One movie that was very good is Interview with a Vampire starring Tom Cruise. In this film, Cruise asked a human to write about his life story as a vampire over the ages. The story begins when Cruise was turned into a vampire, and goes on to show how he killed for food and fun with his vampire friend. Later on in the story, he turned a child into a night walker, so he could have his own little family. As most people know, vampires do not age, so this film covers many decades in time. Many films today are created very fast with very poor stories. I will admit that I am very fond of vampire stories for the most part. When films go to the extreme, killing everyone in sight just to kill, or show blood and guts all over the place, it has no real story. Interview with a Vampire has much killing and blood, but it also has a great story in telling many periods of the vampire’s life. Several images in the film have death involved in them, but more than half do not. They show how a vampire can enjoy his live and even love. Cruse, in the movie has a few wives or girlfriends, but the love of his life is a little vampire girl about ten years old that he created to be his family. The entire film takes a myth and makes you look at the idea of a vampire as being potentially real. All of the clothing being of the time period, along with music, even the method of traveling by horse and buggy fit in very well. As we all know vampires are not real, but they make for a good story. This one, in my opinion is the best ever made, and will live on throughout time, much as the vampire do.
Guest More than 1 year ago
it was great i loved this movie as much as i loved the book it had a smile on my face the whole time and i couldnt help but luagh in some scenes but i have to say if ur a armand lover i wouldnt hold my breath he was ruind in this movie and the scene in the book where louie and lestat have to share a coffin is gone but thats ok it's still great i would watch it over and over again.
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As much as I like this movie (not only because young Brad Pitt was yummy) I still think the book was better. THere is just so much more content in the book to like. Its always better to watch the movie though, then read the book because it makes the book seem better but if you try to read the book first and then watch the movie its not so great.
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Of course no movie can be as descriptive as the portrayal in the novel, I really enjoyed this one. It is grappling, enthralling, and catches you from the very beginning. The story that unfolds in the Theatre of the Vampires and the young vampire Claudia brought a tear to my eye. Claudia was portrayed by a young Kirsten Dunst, and she shared an on-screen kiss with Brad Pitt as the vampire Louis. Tom Cruise portrayed the vampire Lestat in an intense role. I would definetely reccommend it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was truly blown away by this film. It's dark artistry is just captivating and it has become one of my favorite movies of all time.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just love movies about vampires. This one appeals even more to me, probably because it shows Louis' point of view, not some human's point of view.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Esta pelicula es la unica de vampiros que me apetece ver una y otra vez. la tematica y la adaptacion son fantasticas, a pesar de salirse de los argumentos del libro. son impactantes las actuaciones de Brad Pitt y Kirsten Dunst, son hermosos su personajes y las interpretaciones que ellos hicieron.