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Film review

School for suckers has funny moments

From left, Zoey Deutch, Lucy Fry and Sarah Hyland star in the horror-comedy "Vampire Academy." (Laurie Sparham/The Weinstein Company)
From left, Zoey Deutch, Lucy Fry and Sarah Hyland star in the horror-comedy "Vampire Academy." (Laurie Sparham/The Weinstein Company)
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The various young blood suckers of “Vampire Academy” belong to warring clans, with a royal family, “guardians” of those royals, silver daggers they use to kill each other and varying degrees of sensitivity to the harsh light of day. And just in case there’s still confusion: “They don’t sparkle, either.” It’s a self-aware horror/action comedy, first in a possible franchise (sigh) based on Richelle Mead’s books, that sits somewhere on the border between “Twilight,” “Harry ...


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