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R.L. Stine's Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls (2015)

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Teenage friends must resist the spell of an evil showman staging a house of horrors show in their small town.


Peter DeLuise
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dove Cameron ... Beth
Braeden Lemasters ... Kellen
Katherine McNamara ... Lilith
Casey Dubois Casey Dubois ... Luke
Tiffany Espensen ... Nicole
Ryan McCartan ... Hunter
Andrew Kavadas ... Dr. Hysteria
David Lewis ... Mayor
Keith MacKechnie ... Sheriff
Laine MacNeil ... Andrea Payton
Karin Konoval ... Ms. Sarkosian
Fiona Vroom ... Nora
Jacob Desormeaux Jacob Desormeaux ... Vampire
Carey Feehan ... Hungry Zombie
Kelly-Ruth Mercier ... Zombie Teacher


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 statmanjeff

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Comedy | Fantasy | Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for scary images throughout, thematic material, some violence and rude humor | See all certifications »


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Release Date:

29 September 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls See more »


Box Office


$4,400,000 (estimated)
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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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Both Dove, Ryan, and Katherine were all in Disney Channel movies. See more »


Kellen: That's the warning bell. I'm gonna be late for class.
Lilith: And if you don't follow your heart, you're going to be late for life.
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References Carnival of Souls (1962) See more »


(remix f. Chancellor Worhol)
Written by Matthew LoPresti, Michael LoPresti, Aaron Smith, Mark Porotosky, Steven Diaz, Antonio Boleyjack
Performed by The Lighthouse and the Whaler
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Modestly enjoyable
18 May 2018 | by iantraderSee all my reviews

I don't watch horror. Predictable. And gore is just cheap schlock.

But I love circuses and sideshows. And there are many movies about them. First main introduction was Ray Bradbury's Something Wicked This Way comes which was made into at least two movies.


This one is all a bit predictable. It takes a while - i.e. too long - to get going and it changes protagonists half way through! Really! If you've one eye on the plot line it's a bit jarring.

It's def YA. Not just YA but childish YA. Sub 12 maybe. So although it has a great theme and some spooky moments, the childish parts really detract from the overall movie.

But nice characters, well played and a suitable music score by Ryan Shore.

But does the inane pop/hip hop music splattered throughout really appeal to the target audience? Really?

Yeah, I know that's twice I've said 'Really'.

I can't help but think how much better it would have been if it had aimed at a slightly higher age range or, at the very least, not been dumbed down so much. Hey ho...

So, if you're a young and unfussy YA, go watch it.

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