Halloweentown

1998

Halloweentown

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89%

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Total Count: 9

72%

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Movie Info

In this chiller, a young woman discovers that she, like her ancestors, is a witch. Using her newfound powers, she takes on the evil being that has been tormenting her family for ages.

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Cast

Debbie Reynolds
as Aggie Cromwell
Judith Hoag
as Gwen Piper
Kimberly J. Brown
as Marnie Piper
Joey Zimmerman
as Dylan Piper
Emily Marie Roeske
as Sophie "Soapy" Piper
Robin Thomas
as Calabar
Shannon Day
as Aerobics Instructor
James W. Crawford
as Dentist-creature
Nurmi Husa
as Frankenstein
Kenneth Choi
as Hip-sales-creature
Hank Cartwright
as Two-Headed Man #1
Michele Mariana
as Pincushion-Secretary
Todd Tolces
as Two-Headed Man #2
Betty Moyer
as Vampire Patient
Sherilyn Lawson
as Vampire Mother
V. Jude Hill
as Witch #1
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Critic Reviews for Halloweentown

All Critics (9) | Top Critics (2) | Fresh (8) | Rotten (1)

Audience Reviews for Halloweentown

  • Oct 09, 2012
    A childhood favorite of mine.
    Bradley W Super Reviewer
  • Sep 16, 2012
    Of course it has a TV movie feel, but it's cute, light, and great background noise for Halloween activities or parties.
    Sarah P Super Reviewer
  • Sep 06, 2010
    I saw this TV-movie on the Disney channel when it first came on. It was fun, and I liked it, but it's not the best TV movie I've seen.
    Aj V Super Reviewer
  • Jul 07, 2010
    <b><i>"I think I'm a big pimple"</i></b></p> At first, I thought I was going to love this movie. The first few minutes seems to be like that. But after a while, I got bored (not in extreme level though). I was amazed how that mother resembles my own parents. I hate parents who always put a boundary to everything (in parents' word, it's called protection...yeah right *sarcastic tone*). Some things are a bit confusing like when did that small girl got on the bus? I mean there was other way to get in but how come her brother and sister didn't notice her at all? (should have think of something else). Dylan Piper (Joey Zimmerman) dialogues made me laugh. His sense of humor was in mature level. I loved Marnie Piper's (Kimberly J. Brown) acting. She acted really good. Well this movie is okay. Not a crap but not great either.
    Dead A Super Reviewer

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