Hotel Transylvania

Hotel Transylvania
Hotel Transylvania

Year

2012

Duration

87 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

Having an over-protective parent is one thing, but can you imagine if your dad also happened to be Dracula, the notorious vampire? Welcome to Mavis's world - namely the Hotel Transylvania, which her father created as a sanctuary for ordinary, decent monsters and ghouls, safe from that most ghastly of creatures: the human being. At the tender age of 118, Mavis begins to get itchy feet and longs to see the outside world, much to Dracula's distress. To make things even more complicated, a dippy human turns up at the hotel and falls in love with her.

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Contains mild scary scenes and rude humour

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