Monster Mash (2000 film)

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Monster Mash
Directed by Guido Manuli
Produced by Andy Heyward
Robby London
Written by Guido Manuli
Judy Rothman Rofé
Starring David Sobolov
Scott McNeil
Ian James Corlett
Janyse Jaud
Tabitha St. Germain
Music by John Carnochan
Edited by Tom King
Ian Bartell
Production
company
Distributed by Universal Studios Home Entertainment
Release dates
  • August 29, 2000 (2000-08-29)
Running time 64 minutes
Country Italy
United States
Language English

Monster Mash is a 2000 direct-to-video animated feature based on the stories of Frankenstein, The Wolfman, and Count Dracula.

The film was released with Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein, Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet the Wolfman, and 4 Archie's Weird Mysteries episodes on the Monster Bash Fun Pack released on September 7, 2004.

The film also includes a rendition of Bobby "Boris" Pickett' song Monster Mash that is played at the beginning and end of the film.

Plot[edit]

Drac, Frank, and Wolf were the scariest monsters around until they became associated with fun. They end up summoned by the Superior Court of Horrors where the judge orders them to prove that they are still scary by the end of 24 hours or they will be sentenced to an eternity entertaining at children parties. Drac, Frank, and Wolf are assigned to scare the Tinklemeister family. The Tinklemeister Family soon ends up assisting Drac, Frank, and Wolf into proving that they are still scary even when the Grim Reaper Prosecutor sends three new monsters consisting of Freddie DeSpaghetti: King of Carbohydrates (a humanoid spaghetti monster based on Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees), Chicky (a wind-up toy based on Chucky), and the Alien from Alien to make sure that they fail.

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