Written October 01, 2012
I think alot of the cute scenes are in the trailer...the overall movie was cute and liked by both my 7 and 4 year olds. The 4 year old was not scared - the monsters were all approachable enough that she thought they were nice. Even in a couple of scenes where Drac gets angry and is kinds scary/loud she didn't mind. The story was a bit weak and given that the trailer was funny i thought some adult humor would be in there a bit more to keep us chuckling but not really. My husband fell asleep. Good for the kids, just solid for the adults...
Written January 28, 2015
We loved it! We just couldn't stop laughing! More importantly, the chidren in the audience were laughing out loud too! After all, it is a children's film and if they were laughing...it must be good! Can't wait for it to come out on DVD!
Written September 29, 2012
Took the family to see the movie and what a good time. For a movie filled with every monster imaginable, there was hardly a scary moment in the entire movie. My 6 yr old laughed his head off!
Written September 30, 2012
I thought this movie was cute, adorable, and had a several good laughs. There are some adult themes and references that kids wont pick up on (nothing naughty, just geared towards adults), so it is entertaining for both adults and children. I think it was a good family outing and worth the price of admission.
Written October 24, 2014
I saw this movie and the characters were all great and it had a wonderful plot and storyline.
this is one of the best movies i had seen in awhile and when i saw it (I love horror movies so bear with me) I was like okay my mom wanted me to go see this movie with my little brothers who are both 6. and i am like hey maybe this will get them interested in scary movies like "Sinister"
so we saw it and i was actually very surprised at how good it was. Dracula makes a scary face but your child can probably handle it; but it may make you jump for a second.