LITTLE VAMPIRE Coming To North America For The First Time Later This Month

The highly anticipated animated movie adaptation of Joan Sfar's popular Petit Vampire (Little Vampire) graphic novels is coming to North America!

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Shout! Kids and STUDIOCANAL have announced that the Little Vampire is coming for the first time to North American home entertainment, and just in time for Halloween!

Directed by popular French cartoonist and filmmaker Joann Sfar (Little Vampire TV series, The Rabbi’s Cat), Little Vampire is the animated movie adaptation of Sfar’s popular, and The New York Times Bestselling, Petit Vampire graphic novel. The story celebrates the importance of friendship and family and the film was nominated for a César Award for Best Animated Feature and a Cristal Award at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival. This year Little Vampire was also screened at the Fantasia International Film Festival.

Little Vampire flys onto digital platforms September 21st and will  be available in a Blu-ray+DVD combo pack, as well as a standalond DVD, onOctober 5th. Both the DVD and Blu-ray will include both the French and English audio tracks, as well as English subtitles.

Little Vampire is currently available for pre-order and retails for $22.99/$19.99. CLICK HERE to pre-order Little Vampire from!

Little Vampire has been 10 years old for the last 300 years. Despite living in a haunted house with a merry group of monsters, he is bored to death. His dream? Going to school to meet other kids. Unfortunately, his parents won’t let him leave the mansion, because they believe the outside world is way too dangerous! Accompanied by his trusted bulldog Phantomato, Little Vampire secretly sneaks out on a quest for new friends. He will soon meet a human boy, Michael, but their friendship will catch the attention of the terrifying Gibbus, an old enemy that has been chasing Little Vampire and his family for centuries …

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