The Little Vampire poster

DVD & Blu-ray Release Date

DVD: The Little Vampire DVD release date is set for March 6, 2001. Dates do change so check back often as the release approaches.

Blu-ray: The Little Vampire Blu-ray will be available the same day as the DVD. Blu-ray and DVD releases are typically released around 12-16 weeks after the theatrical premiere.

Digital: The Little Vampire digital release from Amazon Video and iTunes will be available 1-2 weeks before the Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K releases. The estimate release date is February 2001. We will update this page with more details as they become available. The movie has been out for around since its theatrical release.

The Little Vampire stars Jonathan Lipnicki, Richard E. Grant, Jim Carter, Alice Krige, Pamela Gidley. View everything you need to know about the movie below.

Rating

G

IMDb Rating

5.3

Runtime

95

Theater Date

October 27, 2000

Overview

Tony is an ordinary kid, while Rudolph is a vampire child. The two of them become good friends despite their very different lives. The two boys quickly become inseparable, but there is a complication in their friendship, as Rudolph’s whole way of life is under a mysterious threat. Because no vampire can operate in daylight, it is up to Tony to investigate during the day. If Tony and Rudolph can really put their unique skills together, they just might have a chance at saving the day and allowing vampirekind to continue to thrive. While Tony may be an enticing morsel, if he can pull this off, he’ll never have to worry about being a victim of the vampires, who will be forever grateful to him.

G Rating

The Little Vampire DVD/Blu-ray is rated G. G rating means all ages are admitted. The material will not offend parents for viewing by children.

Trailer

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Reviews [star rating=”5.3″ ]

The movie currently has a 5.3 out of 10 IMDb rating and 45 Metascore on Metacritic. We will continue to add and update review scores.

Budget

$35,000,000

Box Office

$13.6 million

Genre

Horror, Family

Language

English

Theatrical Release Date: October 27, 2000
DVD & Blu-ray Release Date: March 6, 2001
Age Rating: G
Runtime: 95 minutes
Budget: $35,000,000
Box Office: $13.6 million
Genre: Horror, Family
Language: English