The Ketchup Vampires
I loved this movie when I was a little one. It’s about a family of vampires that feed on, you guessed it, ketchup and other tomato based foods. There are blood drinking vamps in this cartoon as well who battle against the ketchup vampires for a magical book. It’s a fun and cute movie perfect for vamp-lovin’ kids.
Vunce Upon a Time
A nice little vampire book for ages 4-8. About an adorable vegetarian vampire named Dagmar who lives in an old castle with his parents and other beasties. He has a sweet tooth and prefers candy over blood. He finds out about Halloween and trick or treating and the hilarity ensues. One of the cutest parts is when he tries to pick a scary costume, his choices – a puppy, kitty and butterfly – all very scary if you’re a little vampire.
The Little Vampire
This is a popular children’s movie based on the books by Angela Sommer-Bodenburg. A live-action flick about a human boy and a vampire boy becoming best friends. It’s a sweet movie that I still enjoy even as an adult.
Bunnicula: A Rabbit-Tale of Mystery
This is a book loved by many. The story is told from the dog Harold’s point of view, about an evil veggie-sucking bunny and the family that takes him in. But poor Chester, the family’s clever cat quickly realizes that something isn’t quite right with Bunnicula.
Scooby-Doo and the Legend of the Vampire
I have yet to meet a little kid that does love at least one of the MANY Scooby-Doo movies out there. This vampire movie is about the Scooby Gang vacationing in Australia when they come across a horrible crime – vampires are kidnapping rock stars from a local music festival.