After being tired of always monster hunting, the gang decides to go on a vacation free of any spooky stuff and hopefully mysteries. They go to the Little Bat village for the Vampire Festival and for the author of some Vampire books Velma enjoys. The author ends up being the oldest living Van Helsing relative and isn't well off financially. He shows the gang around his vampire museum which contains the oldest 'living' vampire Valdronya; who is encased in a coffin with a 6" thick glass lid. After-wards the gang goes to see a performance by a group of actors that believe themselves to be real vampires and live as such; they accidentally awaken Valdronya during their show with a mystic chant. Now there is a real live vampire running amok and what's worse is he wants Daphne to be his vampire bride. This movie is in a musical style. Written by
This is so wrong. Anyone over five who says this is good is wrong.
For serious fans of the Scoob (me from 1969 to present day) there are too many travesties afoot in this piece of trash cheaply made and shoved down the throats of innocent fans to enjoy it. I knew from the beginning , when no Guest Voice appeared in the credits, this would not be a good ride.
Horrible. A Crime. A Scooby-Doo Musical? The gang breaking into a Zombie song? Poor animation. The first five minutes was a blatant rip-off from the first five minutes of Disney's Aladdin. They even had a "lamp"!
The theme is a rip-off of "Twilight" with Daph as Bella. What did they do Tom Sheppard's original script that made him remove his name? He is the writer in the credits. This is the dude who wrote for Pinky and the Brain, so we know he did his job. So what did they do?
I got a new title for a Scooby-Doo movie: What did the Studio heads do to Scooby-Doo?
Pass it by!
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