Therapy for a Vampire takes place in Vienna in the 1930s. Count von Kozsnom, an immortal vampire, is fed up with life, the wife he’s been married to for five centuries, and becomes suddenly obsessed with his assistant’s girlfriend. Seeking help, he visits none other than everyone’s favorite phallic obsessed psychoanalyst, Sigmund Freud. This Austrian movie has been released in other countries for a couple years, but is finally received a US release date of June 10th, 2016, and I couldn’t be happier. I mean, who wouldn’t be interested in a movie with vampires, Freud, mistaken identities, and mixed up feelings, all wrapped in a bow of dark humor? The jokes in the trailer all had me laughing as well as the way the actors played it all straight and serious. I’ve kind of grown tired of all the vampire movies out there, but this one seems right up my alley. If you’ve seen What We Do In The Shadows, I’d bet that you would enjoy Therapy for a Vampire, and the comedy seems to be very similar. I will definitely be checking it out.