Reviewed byMorgan CueVote: 9/10/10
This movie is enjoyable they should make more movies why do you peoplehate it? Come on! It's one of the best movies I ever saw My favoritepart was when Deimata as that girl went on stage and started singingstrangely, that is what you call a movie obviously you people have nogood taste in movies whoever criticized the movie it's better than anyhorror movie and I hated them movies called scary movies 1,2,3,4,and 5I actually watched a few of them on T.V and I wasn't scared! plusDeimata was really scary looking when the first preview came out lastyear I was optimistic about it and think it was going to be great I wasright It was great it should be the Highest rated movie on Disneychannel all the other movies as of the 2010's were HORRIBLE! but Iliked the camp rock movies,I really hated teen beach movie,High schoolmusical was good but it wasn't great,Olivia Holt does a good job actingand singing not like actors in other movies compared to her so what areyou complaining about?
Reviewed byGL84Vote: 8/10/10
Trying to keep a rival from her crush, a teen's attempt to sneak out toa party frees the captured monster spirits collected by hermonster-hunter parents and must round them up before they overtake thetown during the Halloween party.
This here managed to be a pretty enjoyable and entertaining children'shorror effort that has a lot going for it. By starting off with all theusual teen drama over the wishful relationship, the friendships betweeneach other and their ability to almost be superheroes by accomplishinganything no matter the situation or solution presented gives this arather easy integration into the horror scenes, watered-down as theyare for such a release format as this one has, that come later on.Those aren't bad, with a creepy graveyard stalking, a rather enjoyableconfrontation in the woods between the group and a pretty creepycreature as well as a rousing hunt for the creatures inside the mansionparty when they get released and begin wreaking havoc with the guests,only to be saved by another dose of the super-teen lifestyle mentionedearlier. It's also got a lot of good by showcasing the monsters mostlyas practical effects instead of CGI only for minimal use, plus it has alot in the overcoming of your fears which is a good message to spreadand does nicely in managing to mix the two genres together nicely. Asusual, the comedy's hit-or-miss but it's not enough to hurt it muchoverall for the lame joke or pratfall doesn't hurt it as much as itcould have.
Rated Unrated/PG: Mild Violence.
Reviewed byA_Different_DrummerVote: 3/10/10
The kindest thing you could say about this mess is that the budget wastoo low so they had to take shortcuts.
Unfortunately if you read the credits you will see that this is a 100%Disney Channel product, so you had one of the greatest and mostpowerful corporations on the planet behind this film, so you can'tmerely blame the budget.
You can however blame some overpaid Disney exec blueskying with histeam, saying something like "Halloween is upcoming and everyone knowswe OWN that franchise but ever since High School Musical, we also havea musical franchise, so let's kill two birds with one stone and do bothat the same time. Now, where do we go for lunch today?" This kind ofthinking led to the creation of the SPORK.
Nothing is right here -- the writing, the acting, the special effects,the excessive use of colored smoke, easily one of the worst Disneyproductions of all time.
Skylar finds out that her parents are monster hunters after she accidentally releases some monsters from a secret containment chamber; so she and her techno friends must recapture all the monsters and also save her mom and dad from these monsters who are out for revenge.