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Vampire Dog (2012)

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A boy unwittingly adopts a 600 year old talking vampire dog and soon discovers that when they face their fears they can do anything.






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Cast overview, first billed only:
Collin MacKechnie ... Ace
... Skylar
... Dr. Warhol
... Frank
... Susan
Kimberly Elek ... Jenny (as Kim Elek)
Lauren Laschuk ... Lulu
Dylan Sthamann ... Murray Arbuckle
Mark D. Claxton ... Principal Hickman (as Mark Claxton)
Alan Bratt ... Sylvester
Doug Leaf ... Janitor
... Hearty Woman
Myeva Surjik ... Cafeteria Lady #1
Margo Regan ... Cafeteria Lady #2
... Superintendent Rafferty


Ace is just like any other new kid at school, until his grandfather from Transylvania dies at age 96 and sends him his dog Fang. Ace soon discovers that Fang is a vampire dog - and he speaks English! Mad scientist Dr. Warhol and her bumbling assistant Frank try to capture Fang and steal his DNA in hopes of developing the latest anti-aging technology, but lucky for Ace the vampire dog manages to stay one step ahead of his pursuers. Along the way an enduring friendship forms when Ace and Fang discover that together they are unstoppable. Written by Vampire Dog Productions Inc.

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Comedy | Family


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23 November 2012 (Finland)  »

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Le chien vampire  »

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The dogs name, 'Fang', is a reference to the iconic fangs vampires are known to have, which they used to suck blood, which is red in colour. See more »


Ace: What do you want?
Fang: Strawberry pudding. '
[Ace falls unconscious]
Fang: 'Great!
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Fun, clean romp through "a boy and his dog thwart villains" movie
17 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

This movie has very little to do with Vampires, or blood, or any real evil. The dog talks and has to avoid sunlight. Oh, and instead of drinking blood, he's into red Jello, but since this was made in Cananda, they call it "jelly". Sure the acting is awful but it's meant to be. The whole movie is slap stick and campy.

There's a sad boy who lost his Dad to illness, starting over in a new school. There's a neighborhood love interest who's nerdy but trying to keep in good graces with the "cool girls" that have allowed her to hang with them. Both kids are challenged to stand up to the mean kids, learn to be true to themselves, and do what they are good at.

The most raucous slapstick is reserved for the school's unscrupulous principal, and the (out of left field) goons that try to catch the dog throughout the movie and are foiled by the dog. They always get what's coming to them. It's just a fun little movie to watch with your kid. We enjoyed it.

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