It’s time to slay the music, it’s time to fright the frights, it’s time to scare The Muppets in their spooky special, right?
It’s time to pay the cameos, it’s time to cross promote, its time to see if this Halloween show might hit a few bum notes…
Get ready to meet the 999 grim, grinning ghosts and then let them possess your socks! That’s how muppets get made right? Or maybe that’s just how Disney make their Halloween specials?
Dion, Jill and the walking collection of Muppets squished into a human form known as “Quinny” are your ghosts with the most for this enthusiastic roasting of an underwhelming spook-fest. Enter at your own risk!
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The ghosts may be grinning but this is a bit grim.
A special that felt like it was cobbled together from a bunch of unrelated set-pieces all filmed on green-screen. A confused mess that probably played a lot better to fans of the attraction, rather than fans of The Muppets.
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Its Muppets; there's a gentle warmth to the humour that comes with the territory.
Some of the classic Muppet set-ups work well. The waltzing funnies along with Bunsen and Beaker are fun.
There are a couple of cute little jump-scares... oh and the SCREAMING GOAT!
Its a mess. It feels like a hundred layers of composites stitched together onto a barely cohesive plot.
Most of the cameos are so short as to be blink and you'll miss them... But some go on for EVER....
This feels like a marketing cross-promotion more than any kind of story told with love or care.