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Halloweentown DVD Reviews

All three Halloweentown movies are being released on DVD. Get the reviews right here.
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Grab a copy of the latest Halloweentown flick, Halloweentown High.
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Halloweentown DVD Reviews - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Disney Home Videos has recently released some scary Halloween movies on DVD. Halloweentown, Halloweentown 2: Kalabar's Revenge and Halloweentown High. Get the reviews now!

With Halloween fast approaching, you don't wanna be stuck on the big night with nothing to do. So think ahead this year and plan a spooky movie night for you and your pals. Check out our reviews of these great Disney Channel originals!

Halloweentown & Halloweentown 2: Kalabar's Revenge DVD

This Disney DVD includes both Halloweentown and the sequel, Halloweentown 2: Kalabar's Revenge. The movies focus on Marnie Cromwell, a young girl who finds out she is a witch on her 13th birthday. Her grandmother, Aggie Cromwell, (played by Debbie Reynolds) quickly takes Marnie and her siblings on a trip to Halloweentown to introduce them to their magical heritage. Marnie's mom, Gwen, does not want her kids to be exposed to magic - but when evil forces in Halloweentown need to be stopped, Gwen realizes that her kids, especially Marnie, will need to help in the battle.

Halloweentown 2: Kalabar's Revenge aired on the Disney Channel three years after the original. Just when Marnie and Aggie think they've stopped the evil in Halloweentown, a new threat surfaces. Someone has stolen Aggie's magic books and if her spells are destroyed, the Cromwell's will lose their powers forever! Just like the original, Halloweentown 2: Kalabar's Revenge is packed full of magical goodness. These flicks are perfect to watch this Halloween!
Halloweentown & Halloweentown 2: Kalabar's Revenge Rating:5

Halloweentown High DVD

The Cromwell gang is back for more Halloween fun in Halloweentown High. Marnie and her Halloweentown friends want to go to school in the mortal world, where they will be able to spend time with more kids their own age. Marnie manages to convince Halloweentown city council to let them switch schools - but only if nothing goes wrong! If anything happens, Marnie will lose her magic powers. Of course, nothing ever goes smoothly for Marnie Cromwell, so she is soon faced with saving her high school and friends from the evil Knight of the Iron Dagger! Will Marnie save the day? You'll have to pick up Halloweentown High on DVD to find out.
Halloweentown High DVD Rating: 4

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    Fave Halloweentown Flick?

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