“Wayne the Werewolf” from “Hotel Transylvania”

– – I’m usually not much for family-friendly movie monsters as they tend to be overly sanitized, but Wayne the Werewolf from the upcoming movie Hotel Transylvania may be a redeeming grace, or at least a focal point for furry aficionados.

  Voiced by Steve Buscemi, Wayne is portrayed as a world-weary everyman kinda werewolf who is a data processor by day and a beleaguered father by night.  Wayne and his wife, Wanda, have produced litters of misbehaving pups, and his ball and chain is pregnant yet again; the poor guy’s once acute sense of smell has even been decimated from too many poopie diapers!  This is a poor guy who really needs a vacation at the Hotel Transylvania where a number of classic movie monsters including Dracula (voiced by Adam Sandler), the Invisible Man (David Spade), and Frankenstein (Kevin James) are free to be themselves…

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5 Comments on ““Wayne the Werewolf” from “Hotel Transylvania””

  1. carycomic Says:

    I just saw this the other day. And, this is definitely Adam Sandler’s funniest movie since BULLETPROOF! Some might accuse it of being a CGI remake of the low-budget, live-action Eighties’ cult-classic TRANSYLVANIA 6-5000. But, actually, that had more of a Scooby Doo-style denouement (with all the “monsters” being semi-plausibly explained away).

    Now, if you’re truly looking for a slightly scarier animated homage to the old movie monsters of legend, I would recommend Rankin-Bass’ MAD MONSTER PARTY from 1966. Featuring the voices of Boris Karloff and the late, great Phyllis Diller (as the Bride of Frankenstein’s Monster!).


  2. carycomic Says:

    “There ain’t no topping you, now. You’re in the groove!”



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