In a comedy atmosphere, the story follows Count Dracula, accompanied by Mavis and Johnny, the rest of his family of monsters and humans and friends. They all decided to go on a holiday on a cruise ship. There, Dracula sees a beautiful one, Ericka, the grandmother of Abraham Van Helsing. This relationship may be danger for him so Mavis tries to break it.
Any parents or teenage guardians in tow might wonder if those behind the scenes are grasping for straws here just to keep the franchise going. (Full Content Review for Parents - Violence, Scary Stuff, etc. - also Available)
As a trilogy, Hotel Transylvania confirms its message of tolerance and inclusion. This time he does it on the high seas, with singular joviality and good use of his soundtrack. [Full Review in Spanish]