It is also fitting, I feel, to feature a film on the blog that itself stars Robert Carradine, after all dad John and half-brother David have appeared on the pages enough times!
Indeed the kids nearly approach him when mom bumps into Dimitri Denatos (Charles Shaughnessy), who truly is the vampire.
A wee bit of flirting, and a lie about being a doctor, and they arrange to go to dinner.
Adam discovers, at school the next day, that his friend might be able to get tickets for the band the Headless Horseman.
His day then starts to pitch towards a bad day when he is asked to read out his history homework essay.
by teenagers” he later laments) and then manipulate mom to a supermarket in order that she and her date can ‘accidentally meet’.
Actually two men, integral to the story, enter the supermarket and one is vampire hunter Malachi Van Helsing who has worked out that his quarry will be there (by reasons unknown).This is Disney piffle but it is well acted Disney piffle and thus mildly amusing and good for the kids.It tells the story of a family that becomes inadvertently entangled with a vampire.I must admit to feeling akin to the Addams kids (Addams Family Values) where putting me in a room of Disney programming is tantamount to a breach of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights' protocol precluding torture.That said they have done some good movies – despite the fact I refuse to admit it – and this one manages to contain a certain something despite a total lack of anything resembling blood.We hear a phone and it is in the house where the movie is being watched.