The Addams are, without a doubt, the most eccentric family in their neighborhood. In their mansion, located on top of a hill surrounded by fog, they live happily unhappy while preparing the Mazurka with saber, an initiation ceremony for their son Pugsley where he must prove that he is already a teenager worthy of the clan. However, his lifestyle clashes with the plans of Margaux Needler, who wants to turn the neighborhood into an idyllic and cool urbanization for select personalities. Conceived as a tribute to the origin of these charmingly sinister characters (the Charlie Addams cartoons for the New Yorker in 1933), the Addams family recovers, in an animated feature film, this eccentric clan immortalized in television series, two remembered films from the early 90s and an acclaimed Broadway musical worldwide. In addition to taking as a reference the revolutionary visual style of his first drawings, this film directed by Greg Tiernan and Conrad Vernon (The Feast of Salchicas) is also soaked in that macabre atmosphere, black humor and lapidary phrases that made the Addams into the Favorite Halloween family. In this way, Morticia, Gómez, the cousin That, Fetido, Pugsley or a Wednesday in the process of transformation are again protagonists of a fun and gothic comedy for the whole family that celebrates diversity and proposes another idea of what it means to be normal. To give them a voice in their original version, the film has a cast of first swords headed by Oscar Isaac (Star Wars: The Last Jedi), Chloë Grace Moretz (Suspiria), Finn Wolfhard (It: Chapter 2) or the Oscar winners Charlize Theron (Almost impossible) and Allison Janney (Me, Tonya), among others.