After the death of Shaggy's Uncle Beaureguard, he, Scooby, and Scrappy arrive at his uncle's plantation to collect the inheritance. But as soon as they arrive, they find it is haunted by ... See full summary »
After years of unmasking fake ghosts, the Mystery Gang have separated and acquired new careers, including Daphne being a reporter. For her birthday, Fred invites the whole gang to join their trip to Louisiana for Daphne's television show. They have many adventures but every ghost is just a villain in a costume. They soon meet Lena Dupree, who takes them to Moonscar Island in the hopes to encounter a real ghost. Things soon become creepy and the gang find themselves caught between vicious werecats and zombies lead by the ghost of Moonscar the Pirate.Written by
Mark Hamill and Tara Strong have previously co-starred in The New Batman Adventures. See more »
Simone and Lena smash the voodoo dolls face front into the walls. But the victims crash with their backs first. See more »
[opens the kitchen cabinet after hearing Shaggy and Scooby scream from the kitchen to see them shivering in it]
Writing? What writing?
Norville 'Shaggy' Rogers:
[points to a wall where a ghost scratched "GET OUT" into it]
L-l-l-like, ghost writing! This place is haunted!
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After the ending credits, Scooby reappears, makes peace with Simone's cats and says his famous "Scooby Dooby Doo!" See more »
After "A Pup named Scooby Doo" I thought there would be no more. Well, hear this, Scooby Doo fans, HE'S BACK! And this time, there are no tricks in this mystery. After years of tracking down fake ghosts and solving mysteries The gang of Mystery Inc. are back together again. This time they venture out to see that ghost do exists. Going to an island off from Louisiana is a heck of a mystery. And boy does it really show. The gang get an eyeful, a mouthful, and handful of clues they can fill up. Scooby and Shaggy couldn't get enough of that Cajun cooking, and they try to out-spice one another with those Cayenne peppers which even I couldn't stomach. No fakers this time, and the zombies in the movie ended up being the good guys. Imagine that! Seems like the whole trip turned out to be a tourist trap from the get-go. And that fishing pig was a real hoot. This movie is a staple to fans of Scooby Doo, and we'll say goodbye to the original voice: Don Messick. Farewell Don and RIP. Rating 5 stars.
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