Saturday, May 7, 2016

Lego Scooby-Doo!: Haunted Hollywood DVD Review

Disclosure: Warner Bros. Home Video provided me with some of the materials I used in this Blog Post. The opinions I share are my own.

Press Release Synopsis:
In LEGO® Scooby-Doo!: Haunted Hollywood, the gang heads to the entertainment capital of the world, Hollywood, where they take a tour of the legendary Brickton Studios, a historic Hollywood movie studio. While visiting the lot, the gang is surprised to find the once powerful film studio has fallen onto hard times. Neglected and in disrepair, Brickton, which has lost its luster, now faces threats of closure and an impending sale to greedy developers who want to tear it down. 

To top it off, the Mystery Inc. gang discovers that the studio’s backlot is haunted by the ghost of Boris Karnak, a famous, old-time movie actor who has been making ghostly appearances in the roles he once made famous – including the Headless Horseman, the Mummy and the Zombie. The ghostly sightings have frightened away the cast and crew of Brickton’s latest film production, which was the studio’s final effort in trying to save the company from going under. Now with production halted on the movie which was supposed to rescue Brickton from its demise, it looks as though the famous backlot is destined to fall into the hands of the developers after all. Will it be a wrap for Brickton or will Scooby and the gang find a way to help the studio achieve box-office success? It’s a “bricktacular” adventure no Scooby-Doo! fan will want to miss! 

Our thoughts: Since my boys love Legos and they also love Scooby-Doo, I knew that they would be excited to watch Lego Scooby-Doo!: Haunted Hollywood. Some weekends seem so busy, but this weekend we made the time to sit down and watch the movie. Both of my boys, as well as myself, enjoyed the movie. I'm always entertained with the different traps that Fred comes up with, as well as trying to guess who the villain or villains may be. I love watching Scooby-Doo with my boys, because it reminds me of watching it as a child. This movie comes out on Blu-ray Combo, DVD, and Digital HD on May 10.


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