Monsters Inc. prequel is a fun college comedy for all ages.
Gore-filled horror remake entertains but can't top original.
Brisk, outrageous action movie has tons of witchy violence.
Despite violence, book-based zombie romance is OK for teens.
Final Twilight focuses on Edward and Bella's legacy.
Cute, kid-friendly monster movie; may scare sensitive kids.
Father-daughter comedy works as intro to monster movies.
Demonically scary movie has low gore, strong characters.
Burton's creepy young Frankenstein is perfect for tweens.
Cool-but-creepy monster flick is too scary for little kids.
Clever but very bloody deconstruction of horror movies.
Macabre ghost story is slow but creepy enough for teens.
The ultimate makeover story has strong, positive messages.
Terrific but intense mix of love, friendship, fear, sorrow.
Homage to '50s alien flicks too intense for youngest kids.
Book-based family fantasy is magical fun but also scary.
Predictable family fantasy not as good as book.
What better way to teach your tween about parody than with this bawdy send-up of the Frankenstein story?
A giant wererabbit ravages the town gardens -- with Wallace & Gromit in pursuit -- in this funny, family perfect movie.
Fitting in, choosing right from wrong, and money pressures are fodder for thought in this funny but dark tale.
Fantastic, but kids are older, themes are darker.
Kids will find this FX-heavy fantasy epic a bit dated.
Outstanding, but much violence and scariness.
Outstanding adventure, but very violent battle scenes.
This gorgeous film's young heroine battles evil to rescue her parents from a fearsome spirit world.