Saturday Morning Massacre
Directed by Spencer Parsons
In their own version of the Mystery Machine a quartet of young sleuths travel the countryside debunking reports of supernatural and poltergeist plagued houses. As their funding runs dry, the group accepts a case involving disappearances and rumored murders at an abandoned former schoolhouse. Each character shares parallels to Velma, Shaggy, Daphne and Fred, with the latter two versions recovering from a recent infidelity. This is a grown-up, hilarious alternative world to the cartoon crew.
In their own version of the Mystery Machine a quartet of young sleuths travel the countryside debunking reports of supernatural activity and poltergeist plagued decrepit houses.
Cast: Jory Balsimo, Rebecca Beegle, Andrew Bujalsk
Look, it’s not great, not awful
Disappointingly dumb, and not in a fun way
clever twist for a slow burn film that doesn't draw you in until the reveal. Knows what it's drawing from but unfortunately other than parodying the mystery gang and having a Frank and Daphne finally have sex while high for all those who grow up watching the show on Saturday morning and wished it had happened, this film never really drives into the premise of the film which is "Want to see those damn kids get what's coming to them for sticking their noses where they don't belong?" 7/10
Scooby scooby doooo hahaha its a fail for me
As stated by other viewers it had potential but this was overlooked.Weak stupid cops,a drug rattled dickhead,and knocking the murderer down and turning your back for 10 seconds to give the killer time to recover instead of stepping on their throat.Also a horror movie should not rely on stick scenes (sex) to make the grade.