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We hear Gregory attack a cemetery owner who's tied to a line back to Rookery. When that vampire hunter retrieves the line, he either knocks out that man (by bumping him along some steps) or that man is unconscious due to having been bitten (we see two small holes on his neck).

Rookery threatens multiple vampires with stakes, a lit-up cross, and other weapons. There's one scene where he is attacking Rudolph and his family, his father stands in front of the cross to protect them and is seen being burned and in pain. He survives.

We see Gregory in a straitjacket and muzzle a few times, hinting that he is mentally unstable.

People have drinks at a reception, including Dottie who states that she needs to have another one (she says, "I need another drink...of poison" after meeting Lord McAshton's grandsons).

The initial sight of Rudolph (at night in Tony's room) and the somewhat menacing way in which he approaches Tony and then zips over to the door where he lands and hangs on it like a fly, might be unsettling or scary for younger kids.

Rated PG for some mild peril

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