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Five Halloween DVDs Your Family Will Absolutely Love

WubbzyGoesBoo.jpgWow Wow Wubbzy: Wubbzy Goes Boo. Wubbzy and his friends are back just in time for the fall season! Watch as Wubbzy, Widget and Walden clean up a crazy mess with Moo Moo’s magic wand, try to collect the very last leaf of autumn, pick the perfect pumpkin and create the spookiest Halloween costume of all. There’s singing, dancing, trick or treating and kickity-kick ball too, plus plenty of positive values like creativity, patience and responsibility. It’s all here in the Emmy winning Nick Jr./Noggin hit that’s so much fun it’s scary! DVD. 70 min.; $16.98; Ages 2-5. Anchor Bay Entertainment.

The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss: There is Nothing to Fear in Here. Scare up some fun this Halloween with the Cat in the Hat in three spine-tingling, never-before -released episodes themed for Halloween. In “There Is Nothing To Fear In Here,” the grumpy Grinch gets a taste of his own medicine when the Seussville folks give him a scare. Then in “The Blag-Bludder Beast,” the people of Troomph are thankful when Yertle unknowingly “conquers” a frightening mystical creature. And finally, Binky shares a dark tale about the adventures he has had with his goldfish in “Norval The Great.” DVD. 72 min.; $14.98, Ages 5-8. Lionsgate Home Entertainment

ScaredSilly.jpgJim Henson’s Fraggle Rock: Scared Silly. Join the Fraggle gang in three frightfully delightful episodes full of mystery and magic. From Wembley accidentally wandering into the cursed “Terrible Tunnel,” Boober discovering what makes Fraggle tails flare when they get startled, and Ma and Pa Gorg leaving Junior alone in the castle on a dark and stormy night, Fraggle Rock: Scared Silly is bursting with Halloween fun! DVD. 74 min. Ages 5-8. $14.98. Lionsgate.

Scholastic Storybook Treasures: The Halloween Stories Collection. 18 not-so-scary stories in a 3 DVD collection. From the kid-friendly Halloween stories A Very Brave Witch and By the Light of the Halloween Moon, to family favorites The Teacher From the Black Lagoon and Where the Wild Things Are, kids and parents delight watching their favorite books spring to life on DVD. Includes: Where the Wild Things Are, In the Night Kitchen, Alligators All Around, One Was Johnny, Chicken Soup with Rice, Pierre, A Very Brave Witch, By the Light of the Halloween Moon, A Dark, Dark Tale, Georgie, The Witch in the Cherry Tree, The Three-Legged Cat, The Three Robbers, Little Tim and the Brave Sea Captain. DVD 175 min.; $24.95 Ages 4-9. New Video Group

210207.jpgGoosebumps: The Blog That Ate Everyone and Go Eat Worms. Making their DVD premiere, these haunting Goosebumps adventures include such spooky mysteries as an antique typewriter that makes every terrifying word come to life, a creepy piano teacher hiding a frightening secret, a magician with a horrifying bag of tricks and a group of sinister lawn gnomes terrorizing the neighborhood. Plus, fans won’t be able to escape the story of the hungry and horrible blob that traps everyone in sight, not to mention the invading hoard of squirming worms that turn up in the most unlikely places. DVD. min.; $14.98; Ages 8-12. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

 

 

 

 

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