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Goosebumps - One Day at Horrorland Part 1 & 2 [VHS]

4.2 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Actors: R.L. Stine, Kathryn Short, Cody Jones, Scott Wickware, Hamille Rustia
  • Writers: R.L. Stine
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, HiFi Sound, Live, NTSC
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • VHS Release Date: September 15, 1998
  • Run Time: 22 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6305076669
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #146,728 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Goosebumps - One Day at Horrorland Part 1 & 2 [VHS] [VHS Tape] [1995]

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By A Customer on February 9, 2003
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I really liked it.I would give it a 10 . It's a great episode.Lizzy and Luke are two great cast members for this episode.THE END IS GREAT IT'S A VERY TWISTED ENDING.The plot is great.The monsters are very realistic.It's not very much like the book. There is no Clay.I really liked this video.
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By A Customer on November 19, 2002
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This movie was very much entertaining for my daughter and myself. We laughed, we got scared and we were left saying "no way."
We also liked the fact it did not have bad language and nudity or things you see into todays movies.
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This was an average Goosebumps video. It is average because it was a little peculiar and annoying that these monsters have the own theme park, tv show, and channel. The mother in this video WAS SO ANNOYING, that I even felt like going there and slapping her. It was also a little funny that the two kids thought they were having fun until they found out they could not escape, which got a little scary then. Decent video, but do not buy. If you really want to see it, then find it at some video store and do not buy it.
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By A Customer on December 15, 2001
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This movie was great. The movie doesn't reasemble the book as much but is still great. The monsters look cool (you know it's a guy with a mask on) The plot is great. Everything is great. This is just one out of all of the great goosebumps movies. Buy it!
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What can I say? I was entertained during my viewing of this episode. Although not one of the show's best, it was often quite funny and sometimes a little forbidding and eerie; but obviously, it is more designed to frighten little ones. This episode was alot of the time designed to be more humorous than scary and for the most part, it succeeds in being a nice little two-part episode. Obviously not on the same lines as "The Haunted Mask" episode, but it still was entertaining.
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I Loved this video!. Lizzy and her parents got lost of finding their amusement park. But it is okay because they found a carnival called "HORRORLAND". When Lizzy, Clay and Luke rode The Slide, one horror told them if they picked the doom slide they would slide forever. After the ride, Clay was missing. When they found Clay, they tried "HOUSE OF MIRROR" and realized they are trapped!
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A Kid's Review on June 16, 2001
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Even though it isn't like the book, it's still good. But I wish they went on more rides like in the book. And where the heck is Luke's friend Clay? But it's still good. I think the costumes could have. And they didn't explore the whole park like in the book. Oh well. But I still give 5 stars becuase it looks cool.
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One of the creepiest Goosebumps episodes, the tale of a family who gets lost trying to find a zoo and ends up at a very unusual (and deadly) amusement park instead. The eerie quietness of the sparsely inhabited park makes it seem chillingly realistic, and some of the things that happen to the kids and their parents are pretty bizarre. Lizzie is almost crushed to death when the walls of the house of mirrors close in on her, Luke has a close encounter with a hairy tarantula, the family encounters a monster carrying the talking head of a teenage girl in one hand, and the father almost faints when he discovers that the monsters are actually real. Details are well thought-out too, showing the remnants of families who weren't so lucky, as we see glasses, dentures, strollers, picnic baskets, and a totaled car strewn throughout the park. Also adding to the creepiness is the fact that the Morris family's own car is a beat-up, 1980-ish Chevrolet station wagon that looks like it is going to collapse at any moment, and it almost doesn't start when they are fleeing the park. And, finally, in a scary departure from the usual standard of family entertainment, there is no happy ending. One of the monsters attaches a device to the car that allows him to control the steering, and he uses this to send the car teetering over a cliff, which is the last thing we see, leaving us wondering whether they plunge to their deaths or are somehow miraculously rescued.
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