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Goosebumps: Attack of the Jack-o-lanterns

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Attack of the Jack-O-Lanterns Every Halloween, Lee and Tabby scare the daylights out of their pals. So this year, four of them plot to out-spook their spookers. It's a good plan, except that now everyone's in for a Halloween scare! Vampire Breath One night, Freddy and Cara Renfield discover a secret door in their house leading to an underground cavern and a shocking discovery. Turns out they live with bats. Vampire bats! Let's Get Invisible Max and Noah discover a mysterious mirror that holds the power to make them invisible! But when they start to experiment with it, they find that they can't always control the effect...and that this very spooky mirror is not what it appears - or disappears - to be!

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Surround), French (Stereo), Spanish (Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: September 8, 2009
  • Run Time: 65 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002BE7JHK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,267 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This DVD contains three scary episodes from popular children's writer R.L Stine. The first episode, "Attack of the Jack-O'-Lanterns, follows four young kids as they go out trick-or-treating. Lee and Tabby enjoy scaring their friends and this year, they decide to keep up the tradition. But, the tables are turned, and the friends are scared by several scary jack-O'-lanterns.

"Vampire Breath" is the second episode on the DVD. Freddy and Cara are about to celebrate their 13th birthday and decide to snoop for their presents. Instead of finding presents, they discover a hidden door in the basement that hides a scary secret.

The final episode is called "Let's Get Invisible". Max and Noah discover a mysterious mirror located in a hidden room in their house. The mirror has the power to make them invisible. At first, becoming invisible is fun for the boys, but as they continue to experiment, the fun turns to something else.

The R.L. Stine series of books have been favorites of my children for some time, and they enjoyed watching this scary DVD. The episodes are scary, but not so scary as to give them nightmares. I recommend this DVD to anyone who enjoys the R.L. Stine book series. Turn out the lights, curl up in front of the tv, and get ready for some Goosebumps!
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Things going bump in the night, shadows in the dark, strange eerie sounds, another spooky children's movie from author based R.L. Stine. This is another classic tale of strange happenings, much like a camp fire setting, where people tell ghost stories!! This is Great fun to watch, both for children and adults alike.
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I was born in 1990 but i have nieces and me personally i just dig the oldschool stuff i used to remember seeing as a kid,from horror movies to music but this is like the Stephen King of childrens books. R.L. Stine was definitely a writer who's books i always read in school,i still have some.But the episode Attack of the Jack-O Lanterns itself was one that creeped me out as a kid at about 5 or 6 seeing it for the first time. I like to reminisce and i just can actually get into watching 1 of these around Halloween,especially if my nieces are over i try to collect the good ones i remember & hang onto them til' i have kids Then it's like this is what i grew up with(and back then things were more interesting & more decent for young children.This particular dvd is one of my favorites becaise i remember the title so well & that's the best episode on the disc.The episode always stuck out & Goosebumps is very mild for young children while maintaining a story & being a bit spooky for kids. It is just like the show Are You Afraid of the Dark? But you get a few other episodes that are Let's Get Invisible: The plot real quick is these kids find an old mirror that turns em into ghosts and get stuck on the other side.
Next and last episode is Vampire Breath: That one i found to be amusimg,theres a brother & sister left alone the night before their birthday they find this hidden tomb. Unleashing a vampire that wants his vampire breath back to be 100% and get his fangs. All in all the 3 episodes are all excellent. Kids 4-12 would enjoy it or just parents who grew up watching it and want to trip down memory lane while showing your kids what you grew up on.
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GOOSEBUMPS: ATTACK OF THE JACK-O'-LANTERNS features three episodes of the once- popular tv show, GOOSEBUMPS, that was based upon the highly successful young adult "horror" book franchise. The first episode is "Attack of the Jack-O'-Lanterns." Drew is a girl who looks forward to trick-or-treating each year, but she is growing tired of the sister and brother duo of Tabitha & Lee frightening her and trying to ruin her fun. When two of her old friends who used to live in the neighborhood show up unexpectedly, they agree to help Drew give a Halloween scaring to Tabitha & Lee that they won't forget.

The second episode is "Vampire Breath." Twins Freddy and Cara are left at home for the night on they eve of their 13th birthday. Their parents warn them not to hunt for any presents while they are away, but the twins don't listen and discover a secret door in their basement that contains the secret lair of a sleeping vampire.

"Let's Get Invisible" is the third and final episode on the DVD. Two brothers, Max & Noah, and their friend, Erin, discover a strange mirror hidden behind a boarded-up room upstairs in their house. They soon learn that the mirror has the power to turn people invisible. At first they have fun turning themselves invisible, but the fun turns frightening when they discover the unexpected side effects using the mirror causes.

GOOSEBUMPS: ATTACK OF THE JACK-O'-LANTERNS is a DVD that fans of Goosebumps will probably enjoy. As a bit of trivia, look for a young Kevin Zegers, one of the stars of the movie FROZEN, in "Let's Get Invisible."
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Bought this as a Halloween movie marathon treat for my kids this year. This has 3 @20 minute episodes on it. What I enjoy out of them is that they are "clean" horror flicks for younger kids. I have 7 yr old twins and a 4 yr and they all enjoyed it. You can tell these were TV episodes due to the pauses made during them which would have been commercials when aired. Does not take away from it and if anything it adds to the childrens' suspense. These ones all had really good twists inlaid in the episodes.

Attack of the Jack'o'lanterns - good twist on this one and had my kids questioning a lot
Vampire breath - kids were yelling "watch out!" on this one
Let's get invisible - seemed a bit over the head for my kids - just a little. However; understood by the end.
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