Cartoon Network Halloween Movies
Summary: Whether you are looking for a cute Halloween special or something scary to scare your little one, cartoon network Halloween movies are a great way to pass the time. Here are some of my favorites.
In Billy & Mandy's Jack Up Halloween, the pair are tricked by a headless jokester named Jack O'Lantern. The jokester tries to trick Billy into giving him the scythe of the evil Grimm. This scythe is the catalyst for Billy's revenge on Grimm.
The show isn't available on Netflix, but it's a great Halloween special based on the 2000s cartoon Billy and Mandy. This special isn't scary, but it does have some funny moments. It's worth watching if you're in the mood for some spooky comedy.
The episode begins with a Halloween trick-or-treating expedition. Mandy is accompanied by her dog, Grim. The two go trick-or-treating together, but when they see a woman in the pumpkin, they believe that it's Atrocia. Later, the trio encounter Gregory, who has been misidentified by Atrocia. In addition, they accidentally discover a portal that leads to their house.
The story follows the three friends as they go on a field trip. While there, they meet Hoss Delgado, a self-proclaimed paranormal hunter. He tries to eliminate Grim, but the two girls control him and he stops his hunting efforts.
Billy and Mandy's Jacked Up Halloween adventure begins in a haunted house. The house is haunted, and Billy and Mandy are forced to face it. The ghost of Mrs. Doolin haunts the house. Grim warns them of the ghost, but Mandy and Grim are determined to save the day.
Billy & Mandy's Jack Up Halloween follows the events of the first two episodes. Mandy is the protagonist, and Billy has a huge role in the plot. Both characters are very funny. The movie was released in theaters on October 22, 2010.
The movie features a number of funny scenes and hilarious action. It is a must-see movie this Halloween. You'll laugh at the silly antics and sassy dialogue. Moreover, you'll learn why some people pull pranks and tricks on Halloween.
In the Halloween special, Garfield and Odie, dressed up as pirates, find themselves trapped in a haunted house. In reality, they are special operatives who must investigate a mysterious alien presence that is stalking the town on Halloween. In fact, what seem to be innocent-looking pumpkins are actually mutant aliens.
The special features a monster invasion and the return of the original cast, including Susan. The episode begins with a UFO dropping a green goo into a pumpkin patch. The pumpkins soon grow uncontrollably, and they are eventually captured by a giant, savage creature, Wicked Jack, played by Rainn Wilson. This giant monster then heads for the Murphy family's pumpkin patch, where they have a large supply of candy.