PG-13 | | Action, Comedy, Fantasy
A young group of monster fanatics attempt to save their hometown from Count Dracula and his monsters.
The armadillos glimpsed in Dracula's castle at the very beginning are a reference to Dracula (1931), where they were shown crawling about while Bela Lugosi gave Dwight Frye a tour of his castle. Armadillos are indigenous to the Americas and while their appearance in a Transylvanian castle was seen as a goof in earlier film, they are obviously meant as an homage here.
Rudy, find some silver bullets.
Rudy: Where the hell am I suppose to find silver bullets?
Sean: I don't know. Fat kid get a map, find Shadowbrook Road.
Horace: What do I look in the index for "big scary mansion?"
At the beginning of the film, the band of freedom fighters throw a bundle of dynamite under a wooden gate and we see the gate explode. There is a reverse shot of the explosion from the inside of the building, but it is clearly a different wooden gate that is being blown up.
The TV print shown on TNT contains roughly four minutes of additional deleted scenes not included on the DVD release, including: