Meet The Lesbian Vampires: Anke recently spent the day hanging out at a photoshoot with the girls from upcoming Brit schlock-horror movie Lesbian Vampire Killers. Yes, yes. Tough job, someone's gotta do it, etc.

You can see the results of the shoot in the next issue of Total Film Magazine, on sale in all newsagents on Thursday 5 March.

Over the next five days, we'll be presenting exclusive, behind-the-scenes shots of every girl who took part – as well as some extremely cool, Grindhouse-style poster art (see below).

We'll also have (mildly spoilerish) interviews with the girls.

Next up, Louise Dylan, who plays party girl Anke. Her favourite vampire film is From Dusk Til Dawn. That's reason enough to read on, we reckon...


Tell us a little about your character…

She’s one of four Swedish tourists, we’ve all been studying myths and legends in Stockholm and we’ve come over to investigate vampires in our VW. So, we’re basically fun-loving Swedish students looking for a good time (laughs).

How did you find the accent?

It was hard because I auditioned in Polish, which I find a lot easier to do and it’s a lot darker and sounds Russian.

But luckily the lead girl MyAnna is Swedish originally, so she helped us and we based our accent around hers.

How was it making your first feature?

It was terrifying. But it ended up being really fun, because everyone was so nice and down to earth.

How were Mat and James?

They were fun. There were so many girls, and you’ve only got two guys coming in, initially it had that scary dynamic of boys and girls – it was kinda like being at the school disco on the first day, but after a while we all made friends.

Was it a flirtatious set?

Not at all. We were remarking actually, on how nothing happened. There was no sexual tension, it was flat out nothing.

I don’t want to say it felt like a family, because that sounds awful, but it just felt like everyone was friends.

Do you have a favourite vampire movie?

From Dusk Til Dawn, that was a good one.


What did you like about it?

It had lots of guns, and it was quite macho and violent. And George Clooney generally…


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