Hotel Transylvania is an American animated movie series created and written by comedy writer, novelist, and filmmaker Todd Durham.
There are a total of four Hotel Transylvania movies, three short films, and a flash-animated television series which all have been developed and produced under Sony Pictures Animation except the fourth feature film.
First film of the series was released in Sep 2012 and proved to be a blockbuster that earned a massive $358 Million over a budget of $85 Million, the second movie made over $474 Million, and the third movie made almost $528 Million.
The popularity and earnings graph of the film series was going straight until the fourth movie. Even though, the third movie has become the highest grossing film of the franchise, the fourth film didn’t perform well in the absence of some important cast members.
It seems that the new team has failed to entertain the audience and pushed the film into gutter. There is massive decline in the popularity of Hotel Transylvania after the arrival for fourth movie. First three movies were promising but this last one is a way to garbage truck according to viewers.
Does Netflix have Hotel Transylvania movies?
Yes, the first two movies of the Hotel Transylvania series are available to watch on Netflix inside Canada, Australia, and India but none of the movie is available to watch on the American Netflix.
However, you can watch a lot of similar movies like The Sea Beast, Over The Moon, Buy My House, Secret Magic Control Agency, Marmaduke, Off the Hook, The Mitchells vs the Machines, Tribes of Europa Season 2, etc. with a basic Netflix subscription.
Is Hotel Transylvania on Amazon Prime?
Hotel Transylvania: Transformania is exclusively streaming on Amazon Prime Video inside the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and throughout the world.
Since the film is originally created under Amazon Studios, the streaming platform owns the exclusive streaming rights to stream the movie on their network.
Other than that, the other three Hotel Transylvania movies are available to rent or purchase from the Amazon and even streaming in some regions if you are lucky.
You can also watch a lot of alike movies as Sonic The Hedgehog, Bad Guys, The Addams Family 2, Samaritan, Lorax, Madagascar, My Neighbor Toronto, Paws of Fury, Clifford, Dragon Ball Z, The Last Unicorn, etc. with the same Prime Video subscription.
Where to watch Hotel Transylvania movies in order?
The different parts of the movie are streaming on different streaming networks inside the United States as follows:
- First Movie – Hotel Transylvania (2012) is streaming on HULU, Freeform, and Sling TV for US viewers
- Second movie – Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015) is streaming on Freeform and Sling TV along with DirecTV and Amazon Freevee
- Third movie – Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation (2018) movie is streaming on DirecTV, FUBO, and FX NOW
- Fourth Movie – Hotel Transylvania 4 or Hotel Transylvania: Transformania (2022) is exclusively streaming on Amazon Prime Video for its subscribers.
All the movies are also available to rent or purchase from VOD platforms like Apple TV, VUDU, Microsoft Store, Amazon, YouTube Movies, AMC on Demand, Redbox, and DirecTV(Breakthrough) at some additional price. You can either rent each movie for around $3.99 or purchase it for $14.99.
What will be the best way to watch all Hotel Transylvania movies?
You can take a subscription to Hulu that costs around $6.99 per month and watch the first movie. Then, you can watch the second movie for Free on Freevee as its an ad-supported platform like NBC Universal’s Peacock.
To watch the third movie, you can either take FX+ subscription or visit FX on Hulu that is included with every Hulu subscription at no extra cost. In that way, you will be able to watch the three movies with a single Hulu subscription.
But the tricky part comes with the final movie. There’s no catch, you will need an Amazon Prime Video subscription to watch the fourth film because the exclusive distribution rights are owned by the platform. So, you can watch the movie on Amazon Prime only.