Mihai Tepes kept it from his vampire family as long as possible, but prepared the defense of his half-human baby son Franz, a rare cross just suited as successor for the Transsylvanian ... See full summary »
Laura Antonia Roge,
Jon and Garfield visit the United Kingdom, where a case of mistaken cat identity finds Garfield ruling over a castle. His reign is soon jeopardized by the nefarious Lord Dargis, who has designs on the estate.
Jennifer Love Hewitt,
The Tepes family have decided to move from Transylvania to Germany. For their two 12-year-old daughters this represents quite a change, as they now have to get used to going to a human school. The ensuing culture clash creates some trouble, and there is some bullying - but one of the sisters, Silvania, also experiences her first crush. Silvania adapts far better to her new environment and enjoys the human world, whereas her sister Dakaria would really prefer a vampire life-style. This children's film's rather generic layout is completed by a goofy neighbour who tries his hand at vampire hunting.
I loved the movie, but IMDB desperately needs to fix the movie's description!
The current (15th of August, 2018) IMDB description is absolutely wrong. The show doesn't have a character named Anastasia who's trying to save her sister from dying after drinking the blood of a dead person.
It's about two half-vampire/half-human sisters who move with their parents, a vampire father and human mother, out of Transilvania to their mother's hometown in Germany. There, they attempt to live among the humans and keep it a secret that they're vampires. The two sisters try to deal with and adjust to normal human preteen/teenage life.
I loved the movie, as said.
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