Tim Burton does his own take on Frankenstein when a young boy’s dog, his very best friend, dies and is brought back to life. The problem arises when Victor’s schoolmates find out what he can do and they each want a chance to bring back their former pets from the dead. It is a fun movie to watch with the kiddos, during Halloween time especially. But be warned, I had young nieces and nephews watch this and get pretty scared. If you have kids who are sensitive to scary movies or younger than 8ish or so, this may be too much for them. I’m a big Tim Burton fan and think while this isn’t one of the very best of his. it’s entertaining and worth checking out if you haven’t.
The sequel to Mr. Boogedy, the haunting ghost is back and this time he wants the mom of the of the family to become his bride….yeah. This movie is bad. It is so bad. I do not know why this movie needed to be made. It doesn’t get a flat out 1 because the movie is a fun one to watch and make fun of with friends.
Why oh WHY, Disney, did you replace a new actress to play Marnie, the lead character?!?! The Halloweentown movies seem to have gotten a little worse as they went on and took a bigger dive with this one. We really believe that this movie should not have been made if they were not able to get the same actress for Marnie. It was difficult to believe that Sara Paxton was Marnie. It wasn’t that she was a bad actress, but because we have had three other movies with Kimberly J. Brown playing the character we have gotten to know. We also weren’t really liking or into the story of this movie either. It was weird even for Halloweentown.
This is a fun little film to watch during the Halloween season with the family. The villains decide to take over at Mickey’s House of Mouse. If you don’t know the set up of the House of Mouse shows, Mickey Mouse owns a club where all his friends can come and watch various short cartoons. So basically it is a movie with various Halloween cartoons. In between the cartoons, there is a story about Mickey getting back his club from the Disney villains. Although the scenes at the club are cheap animation, the cartoons are good classic ones that kids and adults will enjoy.
The third installment of the DCOM Halloweentown movies. Marnie has decided to take charge in kids from Halloweentown going to school in the mortal world as part of an exchange student type program. Of course magical trouble of sorts follows and Marnie must battle to save the world as well as her family’s magic. Not as good as the second movie, which wasn’t as good as the first, this movie still has some charm. A couple of pre-High School Musical cast members are in the film, and it was another filmed in Utah, which is fun for us. I do believe that if you liked the previous two, though, you will enjoy this one.
A mummy comes back to life and a group of kids must get him back into his coffin before midnight. This was the very first DCOM, the one that started it all. The movie may be a fun little film for kids to watch on Halloween, but other than that, it can be passed over. i don’t understand why the mummy had to pee when he first woke up…he’s dead and a mummy. His organs and insides have been dried up. There should be no need to pee. Oh well.
While this was definitely not one of our favorite DCOMs, it would be a fun little Halloween movie for the kiddos to watch. It has a good mix of monsters and fun for little kids to think they may be watching a scary movie. As for the rest of you, feel free to skip over this one. The premise is a bit ridiculous, however, the Canadian landscape is visually pleasing.. so there is that.
This movie was seriously weird but could be seriously scary for young kids. A boogeyman under the bed is a real fear for some kids and after they see this, it could only intensify that fear. The boogeyman actually looks really creepy. As an adult, the movie is just so so and silly, but I would advise checking it out before letting the little ones watch it.