See how the adventures began as Ethan (Matthew Knight) and Benny (Atticus Dean Mitchell) join forces with "babe-o-sitter" and fledgling vampire Sarah (Vanessa Morgan) in this 3-disc set of the original movie and all 13 Season One episodes! When his parents insist on hiring a babysitter, high school freshman Ethan worries about his already precarious image. But when he learns the truth about Sarah's mission to save the world from her blood-sucking ex-boyfriend, Ethan also discovers spooky realities about his sleepy hometown-and his own secret powers. Mysterious, fun and exciting, My Babysitter's a Vampire follows the adventures of a group of friends taking on zombies, demons, ghosts and other high school challenges.]]>
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A lot of the fans swoon over the two leads Matthew Knight and Atticus Mitchell. They do a very good job of being lovable geeks on a quest to be cool, whilst fighting the forces of the evil supernatural. However, the real strong acting talent in this show comes from the third male lead, Cameron Kennedy. His character is silly, and at times not on the same page as the rest. But he has the most comedic and dramatic talent of all of them, and deserves a big acting career cause he has the chops. He doesn't just seem like he's reading lines when he "get's his geek on" the way Knight does. He really owns the part. If the show was just Cameron's character it would still be almost as entertaining. He needs more screen time, to say the least. The female leads Vanessa Morgan and Kate Todd are beautiful and funny. They are both tough and smart. They are perfect for their roles and make the show as well.
This show gets a 10/10.
My Babysitter's a Vampire The Movie
Lawn of the Dead
Three Cheers For Evil
Friday Night Frights
Doug the Bounty Hunter
Guys and Dolls
Double Negative (Jilly Putty)
Smells Like Trouble
Three Geeks and a Demon
Re- Vamped (Jessie's Girl)
As soon as the movie was done, I hit pause, stared with mouth agape, and decided to record the movie on my PVR. Before the night was over, I watched it again. This movie has a creative blend of humor and action. I even found myself not gagging at the ever-so-slight romantic parts. All in all, you're going to get a satisfying humorous adventure out of this movie.
Now to the series. This is now on my top favorite TV show list. Like its movie, the show is creatively done. The characters, both new and old, are relatable and lovable. The action and comedy still remain.
For the parents: If you are skeptical about letting your child watch this Disney channel show, you honestly don't have much to worry about, even though this show seems to be geared more towards a slightly older crowd. The main characters stake a vampire or two, but when that happens, the vampire just turns to dust. No gore. And when a vampire does "feed", my little cousin always says that the blood just looks like red food coloring.
I'm completely satisfied with this season 1 DVD; it was worth every penny. Hats off to the creator, director, and everyone else involved in this 'fang'tastic show.
1.Lawn of the Dead
2.Three Cheers for Evil
3.Friday Night Frights
6.Doug,The Vampire Hunter
7.Guys and Dolls
9.Smells Like Trouble
12.Three Geeks and A Demon
*My Babysitter's A Vampire:The Movie(No need to buy the movie,it's included here)
*Meet the Cast
*Go Behind the Scenes
Now for the review.I've been to other sites and saw a lot of parents disapprove of the show.If you think the show is inappropriate don't let your children watch it.It's up to parents to make that decision for their household.For me though if it's obsession that's driving you to watch or read the supernatural then it's a dangerous thing.However if you're doing it for recreation then let it be a learning experience and an opportunity to talk to your kids about what's real and what's not.
TV shows and movies about vampires,werewolves or witches for that matter aren't a new concept in entertainment.When Twilight came out that propelled this trend into a phenomenon.The average person who watches these shows sees it as an experience but to a christian because they believe the occult is real it is frightening.Thus fear plays a role when it comes to watching a movie or reading a book as this might invite demonic activity in their home.Just because the hero has unusual powers doesn't necessarily mean the show is outright demonic.What concerns me though are the slasher movies ie,Saw,Halloween,Texas Chainsaw Massacre etc.Vampires,werewolves,Harry Potter are all work of fiction but not a homicidal sociopath who kills people which you read everyday in the news.This is evil and it's real.
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Viewing the episodes without the commercials is so much better than the original broadcasts.
The DVD quality is as expected but of course it would be better to have been done... Read more
Saw one episode in season like series has comedy it has that angel tv series theme to it dark but not dark and not to violent for Disney channel show it's goodPublished 11 months ago by dragonspawn
Awsome show and to me gave Disney a good fun filled action show based on vampires really sad not doing another seasonPublished 14 months ago by Kenneth Schmalbach
This show tackles the whole vampire/paranormal craze that hit the world it the twilight era..and its is so funny...i just wish they would have releaswd season 2 on region 1 dvdPublished 14 months ago by Review Guy
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