Wendell has had his share of bullying from pranksters Chet and Louie, but even their most malicious pranks can't stop Wendell from pursuing the attention of his latest interest; Rose, the new "geek" ...
Wendell the nerd never wanted any trouble. In fact, he did everything he could to fit in and earn the respect of tough jock Rex Reavis and his friends, including dismissing all their cruel practical ...
Five men trapped in the basement vault of an office building share visions with each other of their demise. Stories revolve around vampires, bodily dismemberment, east Indian mysticism, an ... See full summary »
An anthology of urban legends (3 per episode), each presented with a different narrator and animation style. All stories begin and end with the line, "This is a true story happened to a ... See full summary »
They were originally considered use the live-action puppet of The CryptKeeper (from HBO series) as host, but they eventually decided that the puppet was bit too "boo" for very small children, and went with a cartoon likeness instead. See more »
i really liked this show when i was a kid so now when i watch it the nostalgia automatically makes me love it. it probably isn't to good if you didn't watch it as a kid but it is still a very good show. not to scary but since it was a kids show you cant expect much. Definitely worth a watch if you saw this show as a kid or just like the original. If i remember correctly the original voice of the cryptkeeper does the voice for this animated show as well.
As much as i love this show ill admit it was not as great as the original because of obvious reasons. but for a kid show it is damn good :)
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