Zombillenium, the Halloween theme park, happens to be the one place on earth where real monsters can hide in plain sight. When Hector, a human, threatens to disclose the true identity of ...
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Zombillenium, the Halloween theme park, happens to be the one place on earth where real monsters can hide in plain sight. When Hector, a human, threatens to disclose the true identity of his employees, the Vampire Park Manager has no other choice but to hire him. To see his daughter, Hector must escape from his Zombies and Werewolves coworkers.
Zombillenium is a struggling theme park where the staff are actual monsters, vampires, werewolves and zombies. Destined to entertain customers forever.
Hector, a human being arrives to check out the park and ends up dead. He leaves behind his daughter Lucie orphaned and she is in the hands of a cruel teacher.
No one is sure what kind of monster he has become. He is distraught that he found little time for Lucie when he was alive and now he is dead.
Gretchen a young goth witch on an internship is charged to look after Hector. However Hector soon upsets the elitist vampires who treats others, especially the zombies abysmally.
The film has a socialist undercurrent about worker's rights. It also makes for an easygoing children's cartoon.
It starts off well but never manages to soar. Despite its original premise, this French cartoon borrows from other horror films and cultural icons. There is a Michael Jackson impersonator and when Hector transforms at the end, he looks like Hellboy.
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