Vampire Dog Coming Soon to DVD

Good news for the parents and lil’ kiddies out there, coming soon is a brand new direct-to-DVD movie perfect for young vampire fans. The upcoming release is Vampire Dog and it’s set to come out September 25, 2012. It may not be some big blockbuster hit, but kids absolutely love these kind of films (the sales of the MANY “Buddies” movies proves that). Check out the Vampire Dog details below:

“VAMPIRE DOG is a feature length family film about finding courage and discovering that you belong.

Ace, a 12-year-old boy is new in middle school. His grandfather from Transylvania passes away at the ripe age of 99, and sends him his dog, Fang, to look after. Ace soon discovers that Fang is a vampire dog.

Professor Warhol, a mad scientist and her bumbling assistant Frank, try to capture Fang to steal his DNA, in order to look young. They are constantly in pursuit of Fang but Fang uses his superpowers to stay one step ahead of them.

During their adventure Ace shows Fang how to behave like a normal dog and embrace his vampire powers. Fang helps Ace open up and come alive again through his music.

Ace and Fang discover with the help of each other, when they face their fears, they can do anything.”


Yeah, it’s totally a little kid movie. It’s cheesy and cutesy, but any movie with talking dogs is a hit with children. Trust me… they eat it up.

A trailer for Vampire Dog has yet to be released, which is understandable since the DVD release isn’t for a couple months.

While there is a long wait before Vampire Dog is released, I’m sure the kiddies will love it once it’s out.

Anyone here planning on picking up this video for their kids?

– Moonlight

By Moonlight

Moonlight (aka Amanda) loves to write about, read about and learn about everything pertaining to vampires. You will most likely find her huddled over a book of vampire folklore with coffee in hand. Touch her coffee and she may bite you (and not in the fun way).


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