Amazon Prime Video exclusively unveils the film “Hotel Transylvania 4”, a new part of the animation saga that has made the most legendary monsters in cinema endearing!
Lovers of adventures to discover with the family, get ready! The Amazon Prime Video platform unveils this Friday, January 14, Hotel Transylvania: Monster Changes, the fourth part of the animation saga which revisits the myth of the most famous creatures in cinema.
From Dracula to Frankenstein’s creature, via the mummy and the werewolf, the greatest watches are brought together, but in wacky versions. A diversion of the main figures of horror cinema, thus allowing children to discover them.
Recommended from 8 years old – Available on Amazon Prime Video
• Once upon a time : Welcome to Hotel Transylvania, Dracula’s lavish hotel, where the monsters and their families can finally live their lives, relax and “monstrously” party the way they want without being hassled by humans. For the birthday of his daughter, the young Mavis, who is celebrating her 118th birthday, Dracula invites the most famous monsters in the world – Frankenstein and his wife, the Mummy, the Invisible Man, a family of werewolves, and many others. ‘others again… Everything is going very well, until a human arrives by chance at the hotel and befriends Mavis…
• What they will love: Ideal gateway to introduce children to these creatures without traumatizing them, the four films Hotel Transylvania are also perfect for having a good time with the family and laughing together at crazy situations featuring colorful characters. Drac the vampire, neurotic papa hen, will be adored by children, just like his stepson Mavis, a cool and blundering human baba. The strength of the saga is also based on its secondary characters, each more deranged than the other!
• What may worry them: Certainly the monsters ofHotel Transylvania have nothing to do with the versions that we have seen in the cinema, in particular in the productions of Universal studios. Nevertheless, they remain monsters, and although wacky, these characters can still remain frightening in spite of themselves, with the guarantee however of not traumatizing anyone, not even the most sensitive young spectators.
• What they will keep inside them: The idea that he never trusts appearances, and that the image that one reflects on the outside is not necessarily consistent with the person that one really is. One of the main themes of the film is that of the family: the parents must let their children fly on their own and accept that they are getting old, and conversely it never makes you forget where you come from and never deny our origins or our family values.