Zoey Deutch and Lucy Fry play campy vampires in the fantasy adventure movie "Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters'

Zoey Deutch and Lucy Fry play campy vampires in the fantasy adventure movie “Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters’

The vampire genre didn’t die with “Twilight.” Zoey Deutch stars as Rosemarie “Rose” Hathaway and Lucy Fry plays Vasilisa “Lissa” Dragomir in a new trailer for “Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters,” a campy fantasy adventure film from “Mean Girls” director Mark Waters.

Sarah Hyland, Olga Kurylenko, Dominic Sherwood, Cameron Monaghan, Joely Richardson and Sami Gayle also appear in the movie.

The trailer focuses on Rose and Lissa. Rose is the Dhampir, half-human and half-vampire; Lissa is a Moroi, which are peaceable human vampires. Rose encourages Lissa to feed off her to survive and that starts their adventure.

They are on the run, living it up among humans, delinquent from their boarding school, St. Vladimir’s Academy, better known as “Vampire Academy.” The truant blood suckers are eventually rounded up and sent back to school.

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They’re thrust back into the rigid vampire hierarchy, rife with rumors, secrets and intrigue. Oh… the Dhampirs and Moroi must also contend with the Strigoi, who are bloodthirsty, undead and mortal enemies.

In the clip, Rose encourages Lissa to bite her because she wants to feed her. Back at the academy, Rose finds out that she doesn’t quite fit. She’s a bit too “insubordinate” for the coven’s tastes (no pun intended, well maybe).

Things aren’t going too swimmingly for Rose until the Strigoi show up and she uses her talents to rally the school.

The movie is base on Richelle Mead’s 2007 best-selling novel “Vampire Academy,” and will hit theaters on Valentine’s Day.

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