Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.0|5.0 Starsìììì

Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island
—better than either Scooby-Doo (2002 release) or Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004 release)—gets the entertainment job done. The movie faithfully interprets the original intent of the Scooby-Doo stories with its animation format, just right suspense, and interplay between characters. The film can entertain the adult and the child equally well. Thank you to the three directors who shared development of the final product: Hiroshi Aoyama, Kazumi Fukushima, and Jim Stenstrum.

Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia


The Scooby-Doo team visit Moonscar Island for another adventure.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Directors Hiroshi Aoyama, Kazumi Fukushima, and Jim Stenstrum for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Joseph Barbera, William Hanna, Khaki Jones, Linda Simensky, and Jean MacCurdy for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Scooby-Doo (voice of Scott Innes), Norville ‘Shaggy’ Rogers (Billy West), Daphne Blake (voice of Mary Kay Bergman), Fred Jones (voice of Frank Welker), Velma Dinkley (B.J. Ward), Simone Lenoir (voice of Adrienne Barbeau), Lena Dupree (voice of Tara Strong), Detective Beau Neville (voice of Cam Clarke), Jacques/Morgan Moonscar/Plantationer (voice of Jim Cummings), Snakebite Scruggs (voice Mark Hamill), Chris (voice of Jennifer Leigh Warren), and Mr. Beeman (voice of Ed Gilbert).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. The movie plays close to the original intent of the televised series and will not disappoint the Scooby-Doo fan. It’s a good trip down memory lane for the adult and serves as a nice way to introduce the child to the world of Scooby-Doo.

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