The Hybrids Family

DVD Release: October 4, 2016
The Hybrids Family
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Synopsis

Teenage siblings Blaz and Velana have a secret: they’re the world’s first vampire/witch hybrids. Their vampire father and witch mother have kept them hidden away for years, but when they fly the coop to start a new, normal life, a supernatural family-filled adventure ensues.

Their irate parents are determined to put the kibosh on their film making and singing career dreams, and to make matters worse, a scheming warlock and his henchmen are hot on their trail. But with the ages-old vampire versus witch battle still going strong, it looks like their paternal grandfather, The Count, and matriarch witch grandmother will have to make peace in order to help these spunky hybrids out of their otherworldly conundrum.

Dove Review

“The Hybrids Family” is a witty and unique film, a comedy that showcases two “hybrids”: the children of a vampire and witch. Although there are a few mentions of spells and mystical powers, rest assured that this comedy is acted out for pure fun.

In one scene, the witch mother tells her daughter and son, “It’s way past your coffin time.” In another scene, the villain, Prater, tells his bumbling helpers that they are working on “plan 89.”

“What is 89?” asks one of the men.

“Your combined IQ’s,” answers Prater.

This film has something for just about everyone, including romance between a budding film-school director named Maria and Blaz, the son of the vampire and witch. His sister, Velana, gets a chance to sing in Maria’s movie after Maria hears her sing at an open microphone night at a pub. Paul Sorvino turns in a terrific performance as “The Count,” playing what could only be described as the role of a “comedic Bela Lugosi as a vampire.” The film makes a point that everybody has worth and value and also features comedic moments along the way. The themes of “family being a fortune” and reaching for one’s dreams are commendable. As stated in the film, “Have faith in yourself and your talent.” We are awarding the film our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages 12-plus.

Content Description

Sex: Kissing between a few couples.
Language: OMG-1; Good Lord-1; Lazy bums-1; Shut up-1; a "butt crack" comment; Idiots-1; Butt-1; Demon Sorceress; Dimwits-1; Butt-2; Fools-1
Violence: A couple of bullies start beating up a young man, who bares his fangs and fights back even harder; man hits his accomplice with a baseball bat; man with bloody nose; a girl is duct taped.
Drugs: Drinking; scenes in a pub; the mention of getting drinks; the mention of the pub; woman serves alcohol; man asks for a beer; the drinking of wine with a meal; wine drank apart from meal.
Nudity: Cleavage.
Other: Statement that the ingredients of a magic potion were mixed together; tarot cards are mentioned as a joke; the talk of spells and mystical powers, but the conversation is handled in comedic fashion; tension between characters; a crystal ball is used, but it is tied to a computer.

Info

Company: Vision Films
Genre: None
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L Carpenter