Hope you’ve had a wonderful Halloween, although slightly different from previous years, I found myself getting into the Halloween spirit more than I have ever done. But, I think I may be right in saying that seasonal celebrations do provide a little more of a relief than other celebrations do from the current global situation.
This all being said, I recently signed up to Netflix again to be able to see some of the most recent things on there. One of the things that I was curious to watch was ‘A Babysitters Guide to Monster Hunting’ as I love Young Adult Horror, this movie didn’t disappoint it was brilliant, kept me entertained from start to finish.
The movie starring Tamara Smart as Kelly Ferguson, Oona Lawrence as Liz LeRue and Tom Felton as the Grand Guignol. The cast was brilliantly put together and Tamara accurately portrayed Kelly as she was doing some babysitting for the ‘Ice Queen’ when the movie reached its climax, then helped by Oona Lawrence as Liz as the leaders of the Monster Hunters to help save the day! This movie was amazing with plenty of twists and turns, although you did expect some things to happen and they did making the movie predictable in some parts.
Felton was awesome as the main villain of the movie as the Grand Guignol, he slid around making his movements almost ghostly in appearance, adding to the mysteriousness of his character. He also sang in this movie, making the characters catchphrases all the more creepy to many children watching.
As movies go this really did cross the T’s and dot the I’s as the many questions asked whilst watching the movie did get answered towards the end, the plot was an adventure twist with things not always going to plan for the main characters, which added many different problems on the way to solving the main dilemma of the movie.
This movie was honestly epic from start to finish, although some parts were easy to predict the main plot of the movie wasn’t, plus the humour and the occasional animation made it very light hearted and almost comedic to watch.
You can still find this movie on Netflix in the UK and US, so please do give this a watch. As always please leave a comment below if you too have watched the movie with your thoughts and opinions of the movie and I will make sure that I reply to as many as I can.