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Goosebumps: Haunted Mask, Night in Terror Tower,Stay Out of the Basement [VHS] (1995)

R.L. Stine , Kathryn Short  |  NR |  VHS Tape
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Product Details

  • Actors: R.L. Stine, Kathryn Short, Cody Jones, Scott Wickware, Hamille Rustia
  • Format: Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Number of tapes: 3
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • VHS Release Date: May 19, 1998
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6304906145
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #620,797 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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THE HAUNTED MASK - Carly Beth is quiet and shy -- easily scared and overly trusting. She's never seen such a great Halloween mask -- really scary, really creepy, and really life-like. She has to have it -- to scare those boys who tease and humiliate her all the time! And when she does get it, the mask is every bit as weirdly spooky as she had hoped it would be. But wearing the mask seems to be causing strange things to happen to her and other people. Can the mask -- the symbol of her revenge -- be the cause of it all? What strange powers could a Halloween mask have? Unwilling to give up the mask, or to believe that it could be evil, she keeps on wearing it -- only to discover one day that she can't take the mask off. Carly Beth and the mask have become one.

A NIGHT IN TERROR TOWER - While visiting London, Sue and her brother, Eddie, are out sightseeing on their own while their parents attend a business conference. At first bored, they are delighted when the bus stops at the infamous Terror Tower. But the fun turns to fright when the kids see the wax statues in the Tower's torture chamber moving as is they are real...and ghostly images start calling out warnings to them. Suddenly, Sue and Eddie are running for their lives as they travel back in time to the Middle Ages to escape the dark fate awaiting them in Terror Tower.

STAY OUT OF THE BASEMENT - When Margaret's dad gets fired from his job as a botanist, he begins acting weird and spending all his time in the basement. No one seems to notice his odd behavior or hear the strange noises coming from below -- except Margaret. She's really scared. Has her father turned into a mad scientist? Her brother, Casey, thinks she's nuts -- that is until he finds out that dad has been eating plant food! What is going on? Together Margaret and Casey venture down into the dark, creepy basement to unearth their father's spooky secret.


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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good entertainment! October 14, 1999
I enjoy watching the Goosebumps videos with my son and husband, although I enjoy reading the books to my son more. While my son is 6, younger than the usual Goosebump-fan age, he does like the Goosebump videos and books.
Stay Out of the Basement was entertaining albeit a bit hokey. However, the hokiness seems to draw younger viewers in. This is the story of the scientist-father who, while attempting to get his university job back, develops new (and terrifying!) plant life.
The Haunted Mask was less hoky and really fun to watch. It is a bit spooky, especially the idea that the lead character, Carly Beth, becomes "possessed" by the haunted mask. Still, love saves the day--nicely providing excellent grounds for good discussion with your children about the importance of family and love.
Night in Terror Tower actually spooked my husband and me! Eerie images and spooky music work their magic while you view this story. The whole concept of traveling through time works nicely with the good (the children) vs. evil (the Lord High Executioner) concept. Some of the build-up to various scenes can be a bit intense for younger viewers, though. If you're into English history or Shakespeare, you'll recognize a wonderful correlation with King Richard III and the young princes he allegedly murdered while they were imprisoned in the tower.
Out of all the Goosebumps videos I've seen, I would say Night in Terror Tower is one of the best, if not *the* best.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Very Good, But A Little Dumb December 24, 2000
A Kid's Review
My Brother Got This Present As A Chanukah Gift.When I Watched It, This Is What I Thought Of Each One!
THE HAUNTED MASK: I Have To Admit, This Was The *Best* Goosebumps VIdeo. Its About A Shy Girl Named Carly Beth. She's Always Getting Picked On By Kids. Even Her Own Brother! But This Haloween, She Found A Creepy Old Store. She Takes One Of The Mask's With a Warning. Suddenley Haloween Night She Raelizes She Cant Take It Off. And Is Starting To Make Her Feel Different Almost-Like The Mask.....:)
A NIGHT IN TERROR TOWER: This Was Less Scary, But Very Interesting. 2 Kids Get Lost And Seperated From The Tour Group In an old Torture Chmber. Was That Wax Figure J-Just Moving? Who Am I? Help!:O
STAY OUT OF THE BASEMENT: This Was Deffinatly The Worst Out Of The Pack. Scientest Dad. "UM-Mom Dads Been Acting Pretty Strange Latley". Typical. Not Very Creative. I Hated It.:(
Thats What I Think Of Those Movies. Enjoy!
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