In this high-spirited family comedy, a kindly clan of Scottish vampires befriends a California kid who's far from home, a boy who may become The Little Vampire. For Tony Thompson, it's not easy being a nine year old in a new country. The young American from the big city has just moved to a small, remote village in Scotland--and now he's having nightmares about vampires. But they aren't nightmares; the vampires are real; and they're harmless and friendly. Now, young Tony holds the key to the vampires' greatest wish: to regain their humanity. Tony and his new friends may succeed if they can stay one step ahead of a relentless vampire hunter in this delightful supernatural family adventure. Starring Jonathan Lipnicki ("Jerry Maguire," "Stuart Little 1 & 2") and Richard E. Grant ("Gosford Park," "Prêt-à-Porter").
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Ratings and Reviews
Critics Consensus: The Little Vampire can't seem to find the right pitch, with its muddled, jumpy script and badly executed mix of cuteness and fright.
Dark movie may frighten some kids.