Now Vamps has double as much to prove. Silverstone hasn't had a notable gig since Blast From the Past in 1999, randomly popping up in short-lived television stints and flicks like Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed. Meanwhile, Heckerling's two post-Clueless films didn't come close to the same cult fame (Loser and I Could Never Be Your Woman). From the depths of Fast Times and Clueless fandom, I so want this to work. But the rose-colored glasses of fan love can only take me so far. Do we need another airheaded girl comedy? Perhaps it won't be, but between the character histories of both stars, Heckerling's own work, and the plot of two vampires jeopardizing their immortality for love, the chance of goofy floof is high.
What do you think? Will this be the next Heckerling classic, or another flop on the forgotten pile?