This October, take your little goblins to the theater and catch a the animated film The Little Vampire.
Based on the bestselling novels by Angela Sommer-Bodenburg, the story centers on Rudolph, a thirteen-year-old vampire whose clan is threatened by a notorious vampire hunter. Rudolph meets Tony, a mortal of the same age, who is fascinated with old castles, graveyards, and vampires. Tony helps Rudolph in an action and humor packed battle against their adversaries, and together they set out to save Rudolph and his family.
Directed by Richard Claus and Karsten Kiilerich, the characters of the film are voiced by Jim Carter, Rasmus Hardiker, Tim Pigott-Smith, Alice Krige. Miriam Margolyes, Matthew Marsh, Phoebe Givron-Taylor, and Joseph Kloska.
If your little monster is more into, well, monsters, there’s another animated flick you should check out, Monster Island.
After Lucas, young boy suddenly transforms into a creature at the Halloween dance he learns that he comes from a long line of monsters. Between his embarrassment and the anger that his father didn’t tell him, Lucas runs away to Monster Island to find the rest of his family. After Lucas arrives he learns that monsters, including his family, are disappearing. Lucas and a new friends set out to solve the mystery and rescue the other monsters.
Directed by Leopoldo Aguilar and written by Billy Frolick and Alicia Nunez Puerto, Monster Island features the voices of Fiona Hardingham, Roger L. Jackson, Katie Leigh, Jenifer Beth Kaplan, and Eric Larsen.
Journey to Monster Island on July 21, 2017.