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Parents need to know that Vampire Academy is the first book in a popular series by Richelle Mead, featuring two girls at St. Vladimir's Academy: Lissa, who discovers she's a vampire princess, and Rose, a vampire guardian committed to protecting her. A movie adaptation hits theaters in February 2014.

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Vampire Academy Movie review by Jeffrey Anderson, Common Sense Media Common Sense says age 14+ Blood and sexy stuff in teen-targeted supernatural spoof. PG-132014104 minutes Save Rate movie Parents say age 11+ Based on 12 reviews Kids say age 12+ Based on 18 reviews Watch or buy Common Sense is a nonprofit organization.

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Actors: Danila Kozlovsky, Lucy Fry, Zoey Deutch
Director: Mark Waters

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Vampire Academy Movie review by Jeffrey Anderson, Common Sense Media Common Sense says age 14+ Blood and sexy stuff in teen-targeted supernatural spoof. PG-13 2014 104 minutes Rate movie Parents say age 11+ Based on 12 reviews Kids say age 12+ Based on 18 reviews Watch or buy Common Sense is a nonprofit organization.

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Is Vampire Academy OK for your child? Watch Common Sense Media's video review to help you make informed decisions.

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September 3, 2017. age 13+. It was horrible. Just read the book instead. I started reading the books at age 12, and I fell in love with the characters and the plot. When the movie trailer came out I was already disappointed. The directors made it seem like a chick flick and it's not supposed to be. The movie was horrible.

Rating: 4/5(12)
Actors: Danila Kozlovsky, Lucy Fry, Zoey Deutch
Director: Mark Waters

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From Bella and Edward to Dracula himself, vampires have always been popular subjects for movies. Many of them offer spooky scares for teens, but other vampire movies are just right for kids and tweens, like the Hotel Transylvania series. Our list of fanged favorites has something for everyone, from the littlest bats to teens who like to shriek.

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The Vampire Diaries TV review by Kari Croop, Common Sense Media Common Sense says age 15+ Blood, violence are the real draw in angsty vampire drama. CW Drama 2009 Rate TV Parents say age 13+ Based on 123 reviews Kids say age 13+ Based on 488 reviews Watch or buy Common Sense is a nonprofit organization.

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This battle royale game breathes new life (or unlife) into the genre though its fast paced gameplay, atmospheric visuals, and tight controls. Despite the tough competition it faces, Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt successfully stands above the others as a

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Vampire TV Common Sense Media Vampire TV Vampires are hot. Twilight might have started the most recent craze, but these fanged monsters have captured teen imaginations for ages. Here is a collection of vampire-themed TV that your teens might be clamoring to watch -- but read the reviews first -- not all vampire TV is created equal. Filter by: TV

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A mysterious new student (Stefan) arrives at a high school and the most popular girl in school (Elena) becomes obsessed with him, especially when he tries to ignore her. She uses everyone around her to get him to notice her.

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In SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY, Jessa is a popular girl who happens to be able to change into a wolf at will. Her school's full of kids who have abilities like her-- some are vampires, some transform into dragons. They still do normal teenage things: flirting, playing sports, pigging out …

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More violent and less romantic than Twilight but funnier. Read Common Sense Media's Alex Van Helsing: Vampire Rising review, age rating, and parents guide.

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What do parents need to know about the movie vampire academy?

Parents need to know that Vampire Academy is an action/comedy based on the bestselling young adult novels by Richelle Mead. It contains plenty of Buffy the Vampire Slayer -style martial arts fighting and monsters, plus a generous amount of blood, even if it's not overly gory. Some dead animals are shown (but obviously not harmed in real life).

What are the best vampire movies for kids and tweens?

From Bella and Edward to Dracula himself, vampires have always been popular subjects for movies. Many of them offer spooky scares for teens, but other vampire movies are just right for kids and tweens, like the Hotel Transylvania series. Our list of fanged favorites has something for everyone, from the littlest bats to teens who like to shriek.

What are the characteristics of a vampire?

Fictional vampires can be romantic figures, often described as elegant and sexy (compare demons such as succubi and incubi ). This is in stark contrast to the vampire of Eastern European folklore, which was a horrifying animated corpse. However, as in folklore, the literary vampire is sustained by drinking blood.

Is there a vampire in preacher?

Proinsias Cassidy, the supporting lead male in Garth Ennis ' comic book series Preacher (DC/Vertigo, 1995), is a vampire of Irish origin. In addition, many major superheroes have faced vampire supervillains at some point. In the Belgo-French comic Le Bal du rat mort, police inspector Jean Lamorgue is a hybrid vampire and he is a king of rats.

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