Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare
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It's time for back-to-nature chills and thrills in this all-new original Scooby-Doo movie! Welcome to Camp Little Moose, where the counselors are friendly, the activities are endless and the urban legends are intense. In fact, every time someone tells a ghost story, the creepy creature comes to life! Luckily, the Mystery Inc. gang doesn't spook that easily, so gather 'round the campfire to roast some bad guys. Fred is excited to return to his childhood camp as a counselor to mentor young kids and serve as a role model. But when Fred, Velma, Daphne, Shaggy and Scooby-Doo arrive, the camp has just been shut down due to the appearance of the Woodsman, a ghostly figure who's straight out of camp folklore. Despite the closure, a trio of kids shows up, and Fred is in his element being their counselor, even though one of the kids keeps besting him at everything and the other two are less-than-enthusiastic campers. When two more legendary figures, the Fishman and the Banshee of Shadow Canyon, begin haunting the camp, the gang finds itself with a full-blown mystery to solve. Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Fred, Daphne and Velma must fish for clues to solve these spooky mysteries! And as always, Shaggy and Scooby-Doo are hot on the case of "What's for Dinner?"! Scare up summertime fun with the Mystery Inc. gang in this hilarious feature-length movie that gives new meaning to camp spirit]]>
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Seriously, this Scooby might actually replace The Loch Ness Monster as my all time favourite Scooby feature (I need to see it again a few times). Great story (loved the sunken village), great visuals (love multiplane shots), solid humour and a dramatic edge to the action that I was surprised found itself into a "kiddie" film (ok, I am 53, again, so I see these things with different eyes.)
In short, this is, for what it is, a masterpiece.
If you want to complain about Daphne's outfit, watch any of the What's New Scooby Doo shows, there is an episode in season 2 or 3 where Velma and Daphne are dressed in girl wrestling outfits and that is an episode I was upset my little brothers saw it who are 2 and a half.
All and all the storyline was great for the movie. Action was great paced and yes, the monsters were a little scary but if my little twin brothers could handle it, I am sure your seven year old can. The music was good and I loved the forests look. I am glad to see the development of the characters is still growing and it lets us see a new light on the characters. Like the fact Fred went to the camp as a kid and was so excited to be a camp leader, which I thought was adorble. c:
Let me set the record straight, because I have seen a lot of reviews saying this has a lot more sexual action in it than other Doos. From some of them, I was expecting some raunchy stuff! I believe there is a lot on TV kids have no business seeing today but parents, don't worry. There is nothing remotely offensive about this movie. Once the camera pans from feet up on Daphne, Velma, and a female camp councilor while they are in their swim wear but I mean come on...this is no worse than other things that has happened in other Scooby movies. Totally nothing to get worked up about, not revealing at all. Once again, this is a slightly more mature Scooby so...lets act mature people. The only thing I caught was in the beginning Fred mentions him and a friend trying to row up Smits creek without a paddle. A witty pun that only older audiences could appreciate. Other than that, this movie is totally clean so don't worry.
The monsters are pretty freaky. Fishman, the Woodsman, and the Spectre are quite scary but not to the point where I would worry about letting young kids watch it. Maybe the Spectre because of its zombie looks but it is a page right out of Scooby Doo on Zombie Island so if they have seen that movie, they will be fine. But they do put the gang in some situations that made even me concerned.Read more ›
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I grew up watching Scooby Doo, the original series, and then through all the re-boots they have done over the decades. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Grace
Good movie still don't understand why it's 17 dollars on Amazon prime but 5.00 on DVD... The rent period should also be longer than 24 hoursPublished 18 days ago by April Aegan
i love scooby doo and collect them all. Old and new. But this one is like mew ney favorite! So modern feeling but yet a good old feel too. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
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