Two “C” students, George and Harold, hypnotize their torturous principal, Mr. Krupp, to be their ridiculous made-up comic book character Captain Underpants, who's stronger than boxer shorts, faster than a speeding waistband, and able to jump over tall buildings without getting a wedgie! Although they pulled him out of the trance, a simple snap of the fingers turns Mr. Krupp back into Captain Underpants.
A romp into a dark, surreal world, complete with the adventures of a cute little dead girl, limbless cannibals, clock monsters, cursed vampire dolls, taxidermied friends, an obsessed would-be lover, fairy tales gone wrong, and more fuzzy animal mutilations than should be legal.
A spin-off of the Johnny the Homicidal Maniac, this follows the unintentional escapades of Todd Casil, better known as Squee. With Teddy bear, Scmee, at hand, poor Squee is tormented with the most grotesque, morbid, macabre, and just nightmarish adventures anyone has ever seen, just to be sent to an asylum by his parents.
Urkor Malrevenous, the universe's most powerful lawyer-turned villain, is out to conquer earth! But the problem is, he's stuck in the body of a plush bear! Despite his dark powers and best efforts, he is never taken seriously.
In London's busiest train station, on platform 13, is an old doorway covered in peeling posters, but when opened, is a gateway to a fantasy land where humans live happily with mermaids, ogres, and other creatures. After it's beloved prince is stolen by a wealthy, beastly woman named Mrs. Throttle, the King and Queen employ a wizard, a fey (beings who can spontaneously grow plants), an ogre, and a hag to rescue him. Much to their disgust, he has grown up to be a spoiled rotten, selfish, and fat child. So, instead, they bring back the humble kitchen boy, Ben; …
Maniacal Johnny (Nny for short) goes on his usual killing sprees (As the name implies), not only because he is a lunatic, but he needs a fresh coat of blood painted on his wall to prevent an unnamed evil from escaping from within it. He takes advice from Psycho Doughboy and Mr. Eff. Both are motivating Nny to either kill himself or keep killing other people. He also listens to Nail Bunny, a bunny he nailed on the wall, who is Nny's good side. He scares the bejeesus out of his neighbor Squee. He has a basement filled with Pit …
A “garden tale” of farmer versus vermin, or vice versa. The farmers in this case are a vaguely criminal team of three stooges: Boggis, Bunce, and Bean. Their sole objective is the extermination of our hero–the noble, the clever, the Fantastic Mr. Fox. When they lay siege to his den, he tunnels to where the farmers least expect him–their own larders! In the end, Mr. Fox not only survives, but also helps the whole community of burrowing creatures live happily ever after. (amazon.com)
The Evil Mage Garm, brother of the all powerful wizard Sumner, collects the 13 rune stones to tap into the power of the underworld. But unleashes Scorne, prince of the underworld! Scorne kills Garm and scatters the rune stones across the eight realms of the land. It is up to a group of warriors to find the rune stones and destroy Scorne once and for all.
Wily real estate agent Knock sends his best agent, Thomas Hutter, to Transylvania, to sell a piece of property to the vampiric Count Orlock. Orlock becomes infatuated with Hutter's wife, Ellen. Quickly after being discovered of his vampirism by Thomas, he goes to the town of Bremen for Ellen, while spreading a plague of rats. Knock heralds the arrival of his master in his sylum cell. It is up to Ellen to destroy this century-old fiend once and for all.
Our hero, Francis is talking to a man, apparently in a garden, and explains the cause of the near-catatonic state of his fiancée, Jane. Francis tells the story of the annual fair in his small home village, and the visit to that fair by a mysterious hypnotist, Dr. Caligari. Caligari's act consists of a somnambulist in a box, Cesare, who only awakens from his sleep at Caligari's behest. When so awakened, Cesare will tell people's fortunes. Despite Francis' protest, his best friend Alan asks the psychic “How long have I to live?” Cesare's answer, “Until dawn tomorrow,” proves to be …
10 years earlier 10 years later 80s 90s action Adaptation adventure aliens Animated Animation Based on Animated Series based on book based on comic based on comic book based on tv series Based on video game batman biopic Book christmas comedy comic adaptation comic book crime Crossover DC DC Comics Disney drama epic family fantasy Game History horror Idea-for-TV kids Live Action live-action martial arts Marvel Marvel Comics Music Musical mystery reboot remake romance Sci Fi sci-fi science fiction scifi Sequel Spy Superhero supervillain suspense teens thriller videogame adaptation war western