The Bannisters have moved into their new home just in time for Halloween, but strange lights from a neighbor's house and a scary canine (voiced by Mayim Bialik) make their talking dog, Zeus (voiced by Joey Lawrence), take a closer look.
This movie - chock full of has beens and wannabes - is impressive in just how bad it is. From the acting, to the cinematography, and the writing to boot... are all equally horrible. If you want to entertain your kids, but value your own sanity, find something else to watch.
birdwatcherReviewed in the United States on September 28, 2017
Movie is OK, with same sort of plot and acting as others in Dog Whoville. Sort of slow, sort of funny, sort of dumb. But why, why, why, do we need all the down shirts shots in a kid's show??? Takes low- class sort of to no-clsss.
I'm a COMPLETIST... just HAD to have all six of the movies in the "franchise"... I guess one COULD say if you've seen ONE movie you've seen them ALL, but, I love seeing Dean Cain playing a dumb thief... and his co-thief wearing a dress. Well... Merry Christmas; Happy Halloween;Happy Easter; and have a great SUMMER... WOOF WOOF! See the CHRISTMAS ones first!
Could only watch a few minutes. The start with the idiot getting the pumpkin on his head BUT DOESN'T REMOVE IT even after he falls down, is the most stupid thing I've ever seen. It could have been a decent dog movie, but if the beginning is any clue as to how the resto of the movie is, count me out.