Young vampires are taken in by a boarding school that also houses mortal teens. Problems face both sets of students, incl. typical issues of love, friends & enemies. Prof Murdoch is on hand to help, but he has problems of his own.
On his birthday, Nick Bluetooth recieves some kind of map that takes him and his best friend, Allegra Zane, to a ship (which is shaped like an egg). A robot named Jens on the ship thinks they two teens have comes to save the Outer Dimension from an evil overlord. With the help of a power known as "glitching", which helps him to change his arms and legs into things he finds along his travels, Nick plans to find the pieces of the Key to Galidor to rescue the Outer Dimension. Written by
Costumes for the human characters were all custom-made for their actors. See more »
Allegra doesn't take her backpack or camera into the Outer Dimension in the pilot, but she has them afterward. On the other hand, she and Nick are both wearing hoodies when they do but they never wear them again, not even on the frozen planet. See more »
Yes, that's right, this TV show is just as bad as both of those movies.
This show seems to only try and appeal to undemanding preteens by offering cheesy and overused visual effects, lame child actors, and silly-looking aliens.
I've only seen one episode, but that is all I had to see to work out how just bad this show is.
I remember watching the ads for it when it was first shown on Australian TV. It said something about it being #1 in the U.S. or something. I can only hope that it was lying, but then again it wouldn't surprise me.
If there were a television equivalent of the Razzie awards, this would definitely be a favourite.
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