Scooby-Doo and Shaggy learn that there are things scarier
than homework when they visit Miss Grimwood's School for Ghouls
only to discover that the girls they have been sent to teach
of the world's most frightening monsters...
and the Ghoul School is flagged up as a full length movie
(with a running time of almost 90mins). But it is really two
shorter stories stitched together. The first story revolves
around the girls training for a volleyball game while the
second script sees them kidnapped by the evil Revolta and
her spider bat flunkies.
someone who grew up on Scooby and the gang this movie was
painful to watch. Gone are the Mystery Machine, Fred, Velma
and Daphne and in their place is Scrappy-Doo! Remember him?
Does it send a shiver down your spine? Yes, he was awful.
Shaggy's top has changed to red from his traditional green.
Why on earth the original format was changed is beyond me.
But enough reminiscing. This feature length episode is bad
for so many reasons.
the plot is stretched to breaking point over the duration
- 20 minutes would have just about been right. The jokes are
just as bad as ever, but this time around they repeat them
until the audience feels sick. The female vampire keeps saying
"fang-tastic" at every opportunity which is very
nice touch was the introduction of the kids parents (Dracula,
The Mummy etc) but apart from this, even the stupidest kid
will find this dullsville after about 20 minutes.
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