Post by littlebixuit on Aug 11, 2009 19:14:45 GMT -5
I really liked it. It was nice, for one of the few times with real ghosts and had a good story.
Velma: There gotta be a logical explanation for this! - Shaggy: Quick, tell me! - Velma: This place is haunted! - Shaggy: Like, thanks a lot... Fred: Wow! This bazaar is...bizarre. Shaggy: Hey Scoob! Who's taking a mummy into his bed at night ? His mummy, of course!
Post by Sophia Peletier on Apr 4, 2014 15:47:06 GMT -5
This film was an excellent follow-up to "Zombie Island". Yet again, it was another brilliantly executed plot that found our gang facing a real threat. I loved the introduction of the Hex Girls. They have become very interesting characters during their time with the series and led me to discover "The Go-Go's". Again, the voice cast were wonderful, with BJ Ward standing out as the most excellent voice actress in the first four movies.
"Sleep, my love. When you've awakened, the new day will bring to you a bright new world."
One of the better movies for sure! I certainly thinks this movie deserves as much as attention as "Zombie Island." They had the plot twists , and the very well executed villains. It dragged on a little bit longer than needed , but I liked what they did with that little extension.
“Only in the darkness can you see the stars.” ― Martin Luther King Jr.
Wow... didn't know one of the greatest Scooby Doo movies had come out the year we were born... I loved it!!! [if it weren't for Frakencreepy and few others] this would be my no1. total favorite!!! I didn't expect Ben to have his own evil purposes, he seemed even to me, the image of the perfect mystery and horror writer! Guess he wasn't, but even as an evil wizard, even with the shine of paranoia and greed for power into his eyes, he still seemed amazing for some reason... The ghost of Sarah Ravencroft was pure spooky!! And the fact that she talked in a more formal and ancient language, added up to this! I was also surprised that this was the first time the gang and Hex girls met, and also by Sally being a Wiccan!! The Ghost being true and an evil spell book and all that real magic had me thrilled!! Excellent movie!!
Post by loonyscribe on Sept 9, 2014 8:01:42 GMT -5
My very first Scooby-Doo VHS and still my favourite Scooby film after all these years. I remember the excitement of watching a wholeScooby cartoon movie, the plot twists about the second Witch's ghost and Ben's malevolence, the cool magic unleashed by Ben, Sarah and Sally/Thorn, the Hex Girls' songs which I was obsessed with, and the (strangely) poignant ending.
I say poignant because the way the curtain closed at the end and the song playing at the end credits (still) give me a very overwhelming, nostalgic feel of the 90s. I sure miss the 90s, a time we weren't overindulged with the modern technology that exists today. No laptops, i-pads, super cellphones etc etc. 90s kids were more innocent. They were exposed to violence and sex like today's kids. That's the charm of Scooby-Doo, even in the recent cartoon films/series. It maintains that innocence (that ended with the 90s/early 2000s) even after all these years.