The 2 Favorite Halloween Movies today are Don't Look Under The Bed and Under Wraps. I love watching movies like this cause I constantly think "Oh my gosh I can't believe Disney was allowed to show that back then" not that they isn't anything kid friendly, just some light language. Don't Look Under The Bed had me terrified when I was young, some definite nightmare material haha
Don't Look Under The Bed
Rating: NR Length: 92 mins. Year: 1999
Cast: Erin Chambers, Ty Hodges, Robin Rikeres
In an unusual departure from their traditional "feel good" productions, the Disney Channel Original Movie, Don't Look Under the Bed, is a full-blown horror film, only the second attempt within the genre by Disney's television wing. The pastoral little town of Middleberg has been undergoing some strange occurrences, including alarm clocks sounding off well before their settings, dogs appearing on the roofs of houses, gelatin in the community swimming pool, and most disturbingly, the letter "B" inexplicably turning up spray-painted all over the town.
Frances McCausland, a normal, highly-intelligent teenager, finds herself in the center of the strange goings-on, and fair or not, she becomes the focal point for most of the town's suspicions regarding the unusual happenings. Don't Look Under the Bed stars a largely unfamiliar cast, including Erin Chambers as Frances, as well as Jake Sakson, Eric "Ty" Hodges II, and Robin Riker. Kenneth Johnson (The Incredible Hulk, V, Alien Nation) directed.
Rating: NR Length: 95 mins. Year: 1997
Cast: Adam Wylie, Mario Yedidia, Clara Bryant
Featuring a largely non-descript cast, the Disney Channel's 1997 production of Under Wraps is a Halloween-themed film involving the discovery of a 3,000 year-old mummy (Bill Fagerbakke) by a trio of 12-year-olds. Suspension of belief is necessary (it's only a movie) as the three befriend the obviously "out-of-his-element" mummy. Hilarity ensues through the efforts of the youngsters to keep their often-clumsy, bumbling discovery secret, and when they learn of an attempt by dark, powerful forces (led by veteran actor Ed Lauter) to "recapture" Harold (as named by them), the film takes on an "Us vs. Them" slant, with the predictable outcome.
Directed by Greg Beeman, who also was behind the camera on TV series as The Wonder Years, Nash Bridges, The Sentinel and JAG, Under Wraps was written and produced by Don Rhymer, who served the same dual role on hits such as Coach, Evening Shade and Caroline in the City.
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-The Crafty Witch