Moms dating a vampire disney movie
After finding an add in the “personals” section of the newspaper (this is AOL days we’re talking about here, so it’s not as simple as going online and swiping right), they find someone named Dimitri (Charles Shaughnessy) who they think looks trustworthy enough to not kill their mom while they go out and have a nice time (great kids, right? They set up a meet and greet at the local supermarket, Dimitri makes a nice impression, their mom is whisked off for an evening on the town, and the scheming siblings get their own nights of fun with friends.
The only problem is that, as the title not so subtly suggests, their mom has a date with a freaking vampire, and one innocent date could turn into an eternity of crimson-stained love if the kiddos don’t do something before dawn.
Seeing this imperfect family placed in peril always sucks me right into the story, and its festive backdrop makes for great viewing when pumpkin season approaches.
While it doesn’t take place on Halloween night, fully embodies the “anything can happen” vibe of All Hallows’ Eve.
These movies may have debuted on the small screen, but in my house, they were given the red carpet treatment.
My sister and I would often make it a point to watch these new films on “opening night,” and I still have fond memories of watching movies like actress Laura Vandervoort), 13-year-old monster expert Adam Hansen (Matt O’Leary), and younger brother Taylor (Myles Jeffrey).
The homestead is kept functioning by overworked single mom Lynette (Caroline Rhea from ), who has put a stake in her love life to focus on her career and family following a separation with her husband.
Caroline Rhea is also very good in this film, as a single mom struggling to get back into the dating scene...
And so begins a race against time to save one family’s future, and what a family it is.
By the time the bloodsucker enters the story, the core cast have set up a believably flawed family unit that you want to root for.
Everything seems to go according to plan until their little brother Taylor realizes that this stranger might be a vampire.
[To get you into the spooky spirit, the Daily Dead team is spotlighting double features that we think would be fun to watch this Halloween season.