A small town Halloween festival finds itself intruded upon by an evil carnival with designs upon imprisoning and feeding off the souls of unwary teenagers. Targeted are four high school friends, who's two leaders, Kellen and Beth (not quite a dating couple), suddenly find themselves with alternate romantic choices (namely, carnival temptress Lilith and tall, dark, handsome transfer student Hunter). As the stroke of Halloween midnight approaches, who will wind up entombed in the carnival's dire Cabinet of Souls forever?Written by
Ryan McCartan and Dove Cameron previously starred together on Liv and Maddie (2013) and also appeared together in an Austin and Ally episode together. They were also a long-term couple in real life. They were together from 2013 till october 2016 after a 6th month engagement. See more »
R.L. Stine's Monsterville: The Cabinet of Souls (2015)
R.L. Stine's Monsterville: The Cabinet of Souls(2015) Starring: Dove Cmareon, Katherine McNamara, Ryan McCartan, Laine MacNeil, Briana Buckmaster, and Tiffany Espensen Directed By: Peter Deluise Review Hello Kiddies your pal the Crypt Critic is going to have a wonderful time at this Halloween Horror Nights, oh wait what this isn't Halloween Horror Nights? If not then what the hell is it?! Monsterville? What in the hell is that?! An R.L. Stine movie hmm, let me check this out. Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls revolves around a group of friends Beth,Kellan, Luke and Nicole who are invited with the rest of the town to a new theme park that has come into town called the Hall of Horrors. It's employers split them apart in attempt to use a spell to take their souls. Beth is the only who seems to notice and must resit the spell long enough to save her friends. This one seems like a fun time for the little children, the acting is decent not good but not cringe worthy. When the picture started I actually thought Kellan was going to be the hero but no it was like an adult horror film where there is a final girl, in this case Beth is that final girl. Which makes a great watch if you have a small girl to watch, what with all the feminism that's going on in television and movies these days. The effects have the budget of a ham sandwich so they are of course not good at all, but with that said what could you expect from a TV movie. Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls has a nice simple plot with a flowing narrative but with mediocre acting and no good effects, only good make-up for the monsters I'm giving this 2 and half pumpkins out of five.
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