Book in for fiendish fun at Dracula's pad
WHO STARS IN IT?
Features the voices of Adam Sandler, Selena Gomez, Adam Samberg, Kevin James, Fran Drescher, David Spade, Steve Buscemi, Molly Shannon, Cee Lo Green and Jon Lovitz.
WHO DIRECTS IT?
Russian director Genndy Tartakovsky – best known for animated TV series including Dexter's Laboratory, Samurai Jack and Star Wars: Clone Wars. Hotel Transylvania is his first feature film.
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WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?
Bram Stoker's bloodsucking anti-hero is given a family-friendly, computer-animated makeover.
Set in a leafy corner of Romania, this lively romp imagines the Prince of Darkness as an overly protective father who has spent 118 years filling his daughter Mavis' head with horror stories about humans.
This cuddly Prince of Darkness is joined by a menagerie of famous ghouls, ghosts and grotesques, all of whom turn out to be deeply misunderstood, fun-loving misfits.
They just want to be loved, festering limbs et al.
WHAT IS THE PLOT?
Built in the late 19th century, Hotel Transylvania is the five-star home of Dracula, where creatures of the night flock every year to celebrate Mavis' birthday.
A wayward backpacker called Jonathan (Adam Samberg) stumbles upon the hotel and Dracula hurriedly applies some grey make-up to transform the teenage tourist into Johnny-stein.
When Chef Quasimodo (Jon Lovitz) and his pet rat Esmeralda scent a human in the hotel, poor Dracula must risk everything to keep Jonathan's true lineage a secret.
Adding to the fanged host's woes, Mavis experiences a "zing" of true love with Johnny-stein and she nurtures dreams of running away with her beau to experience life outside the claustrophobic hotel walls.
IS IT ANY GOOD?
Hotel Transylvania is colourful and fast-paced and the friction between Dracula and his daughter sparks an occasional smart one-liner ("You're barely out of your training fangs!"). However, there's a paucity of originality and characterisation is reduced to giving each monster just a single quirk.