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In the sequel to DADDY, I'M A ZOMBIE, the fate of the planet is again in Dixie's hands as she fights to end a battle between the living and the dead, while also balancing her popularity and campaigning for student council.
Sudsakorn is a curious young man, raised in the ancient traditions of magic by his mystical grandfather. He never knew his farther. His mother, a beautiful mermaid is pained by his sadness ... See full summary »
Centers on the adventures of a mother and her two adult daughters, both of whom unknowingly are their family's next generation of witches, who lead seemingly quiet, uneventful modern day ... See full summary »
Jenna Dewan Tatum,
Dixie is a 13-year-old girl, unhappy with her life: five years ago her mother divorced from her father, a coroner, and in her college she is considered weird due to her gothic aspect. One night, Dixie suffers an accident when a tree crashes against her during a storm. Dixie wakes up later in the middle of a cemetery, turned in a zombie. With the help of Isis, an Egyptian mummy, and Gonner, a pirate zombie, Dixie tries to return to life, looking for Vitriol, a strange man who roams by the forest close to the cemetery. However, her search is followed by Negrida, an evil zombie witch who wants the Azoth, a mystical item which, according to the legend, will open the portal between the living world and the dead realm, giving Negrida the chance to accomplish her evil plans to invade the living world with her zombie armies. Written by
Piroska (Nigreda/Nebulosa's servant) and Ficzko (pirate zombie, called Gonner in the Spanish version) are loosely based in a manservant and a witch who helped Elizabeth Bathory, infamous Blood Countess, to kill more of 600 young girls to bath in their blood in order to preserve her youth. See more »
Daddy, I'm a Zombie is fantastic movie for children. My 9 year-old daughter and 89 year-old son loved it and I felt good about them watching a movie with a great a positive message. I don't agree with those other critics that say it's not educational. The movie has a pretty strong moral. The animation was also pretty good and characters colorful and endearing. Just remember that it is PG so even when the characters design and the plot are still for children and are very innocent, they could be still a bit frightening to very young children (like any other PG movie!) I wish the rest of the films in this genre were as wonderful. Thanks!
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