Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare (2010)

Frank Welker, Mindy Cohn, Matthew Lillard, Grey Griffin,
Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Freddy, Daphne and Velma fish for clues to solve the mysteries of The Woodsman, The Fishman and The Banshee of Black Canyon.
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  • Jed Elinoff, Scott Thomas, Writer:
  • Ethan Spaulding, Director:
  • Spike Brandt, Tony Cervone, Producer:


8 / 10

One of the better Scooby Doo movies....

I have been a big fan of Scooby Doo ever since I was like 6 years old. I adore the original series and The Scooby Doo show but the rest of the incarnations have been hit(Mystery Incorporated, The New Scooby Doo Movies and contrary to what I've seen and heard about it The 13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo was much better than I remembered) and miss(Shaggy and Scooby Doo:Get a Clue and the episodes of The Scooby and Scrapy Doo Show that had half the gang missing).

I have also enjoyed most of the movies(I think my least favourite, Monster of Mexico, was even then was just mediocre), my favourites overall are Witch's Ghost, Goblin King and Zombie Island, but for me this and Abracadabra Doo were two of the better recent entries. If I had any complaints, it was that I would've loved it to have been longer and also I wasn't always crazy on the animation of Fred.

Other than that, the animation was vibrant and colourful with some very nice touches of atmospheric darkness to it too. I also loved the style, it has some of the What's New Scooby Doo style(which I personally don't mind) while also having a little of the classic style of the original series. The music was great too, the song choices were well written and not pointless at all and the incidental music was haunting while never obtrusive.

I was also very impressed with the writing, there is enough of the quirky humour to captivate while also having room for some thrills and scares. Scooby Doo! Camp Scare also has a very entertaining story with the camp setting bringing back some nostalgia, it is well-paced while not dragging too much in the middle and stays true to the stories of the series incarnations before it. The final solution is thrilling and very unexpected.

The characters appeal too. Shaggy and Scooby still make me smile, while the Woodsman is a scary and memorable villain especially with the appearance. The voice acting is solid from all involved, Frank Welker still shows he has plenty of versatility while Matthew Lillard goofy and likable Shaggy also manages to be the biggest surprise.

All in all, love Scooby Doo and I enjoyed Scooby Doo! Camp Scare. 8/10 Bethany Cox

10 / 10

The greatest animated Scooby-Doo movie ever

After rewatching it again tonight, Camp Scare reminded me why it's my favorite animated Scooby-Doo of all time and one of my all time favorite movies, period. The mystery is legitimately complex and realistic, and the chase scenes and bad guys are actually thrilling. It is funny, and the characters are far better developed than in the older movies. One of my favorite parts is the animation - the various camp visuals were gorgeous, and I love the animations of the characters. The twist is a truly excellent one, and it is just such an excellent movie that modernizes and perfectly executes all the things that make the movies and shows so enjoyable.

7 / 10

An enjoyable Scooby-Doo animated movie...

While this 2010 animated Scooby-Doo movie does follow the very same blueprint that every other Scooby-Doo movie is made by, then it turns out that "Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare" is actually enjoyable.

I suppose it is the atmosphere to the storyline that worked out so well. At least it made it more unique and interesting for me.

The art style is classic Scooby-Doo, so you know what you are getting. Smooth animations and a very likeable drawing style. So thumbs up for that particular familiarity.

Well, essentially you know exactly what you are getting every time you sit down to watch a Scooby-Doo animated movie. But hey, isn't that part of that special Scooby-Doo charm?

What is also great about these animated Scooby-Doo features is the returning voice actors, with the likes of Frank Welker, Mindy Cohn, Matthew Lillard andGrey Griffin, And as a special treat, then "Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare" also has Mark Hamill on the cast list.

If you are a fan of the Scooby-Doo franchise, then the 2010 animated movie "Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare" is definitely one that you will like.

7 / 10

This is a fun movie for Scooby-Doo fans with the regular humor and hijinks

Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare (2010) is a movie I recently watched with my daughter on HBOMAX. The storyline for this picture follows our favorite mystery solvers as they head back to Fred's old stomping grounds at a camp he grew up attending and he is now a camp counselor at. As Fred and the gang try and revitalize the camp and give the camp attendees a great time a couple legendary spirits seems to have arisen threatening to end camp early. The gang will have to get to the bottom of things if they hope to save the camp and camp attendee's summer. This movie is directed by Ethan Spaulding (Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge) and contains the voices of Matthew Lillard (Scream), Grey Griffin (Transformers), Mark Hamill (Star Wars), Tara Strong (Batman: Killing Joke) and Mindy Cohn (A Nice Girl Like You. The backstories of the ghosts are entertaining and well delivered and I really enjoyed the animation. They also did a good job of displaying how nostalgia can impact your perspectives. ?? The stories and depiction of the rival camp were funny too. The settings were fun and the dialogue was hilarious as always. Overall this is a fun movie for Scooby-Doo fans with the regular humor and hijinks. I recommend giving this a shot and would score it a 6.5-7/10.

8 / 10

Beautiful Animation & a 1980's Camp Site Slasher Vibe!!!

I've always loved Scooby-doo & the gang & like most grew up watching it from little & some of the best Scooby-doo movies ever are the Classic's "Zombie Island" & "The Witches Ghost" from the 90's but there's been plenty of good one's but those two are proper Classic's of the Scooby-doo franchise & now definitely "Camp Scare" is one of the "New" best Scooby-doo films out there!!!

What i loved about "Camp Scare" is the beautiful animation & the Awesome 1980's Camp Site Slasher vibe & atmosphere it has, felt like "Friday the 13th" & "The Burning" in it's look & feel & that is just so Awesome to take that fun Slasher tone & put our Mystery gang right in the middle of it.

The Camp site & Cabin setting with the forests all around & the big beautiful lake is all done beautifully & looks amazing, stunning animation & the film is simply alot of summertime fun.

Fred Jones brings the gang to his old Camp site where he was a Camp Councillor for kids who go to summer camp but it's very run down now & time hasn't been good to the place & since Fred's fun days there's been a scary woodsman type of monster tormenting the land & carries a big axe!!! This is a menacing creature that has become a Mythical figure of the place & the source of many Camp fire spooky tales but who is he? & is he really real? & why does he stalk to area? Plenty of questions in this fun little Horror Mystery.

There's other characters that come into it including a bunch of misfit kids who have been dropped off for summer camp & who Fred & the gang are looking after & some fun voice work from the legendary MARK HAMILL!!!! This is definitely one of the best of the latest Scooby-doo films, it has such a fun summertime mood & plays out like a watered-down 80's Slasher flick for kids & i loved it for that.

Great fun & stunning animation.