Wednesday, October 12, 2011

The Dog Who Saved Halloween Review and Giveaway

I love Halloween and what the day is for all ages.  It is a day when young and old can dress up in costumes and just have fun. I am amazed every year with the amount of work that many put into their costumes!  As for myself I love the treats.  Yes, I have a sweet tooth and I have so many memories of emptying out my goodie bag and being amazed by all the treasures I received while going door to door.

Today I want to tell you about a better treat than any candy a child will get and you will have the opportunity to win your own!  The Dog Who Saved Halloween.

 Following along with other movies in the same genre The Dog Who Saved Christmas and The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation.  This movie comes out in time for you to enjoy with your family for Halloween and continue to enjoy throughout the rest of the year as well.

The girls were excited to see the movie.  They loved the talking dog and all the other animals within the film.  The Dog Who Saved Halloween is suitable for adults as well.  There are some jokes within the movie that my children did not understand, but it allows us adults to get some laughs in at our amusement level too!

My youngest, who just turned 3 did not sit through the whole movie.  However, at home she never really does as there is so much other stimulation around.  Her older sister had no problem sitting through it.

"Everyone’s favorite four-legged friend Zeus (voiced by Joey Lawrence) and the Bannisters are back in The Dog Who Saved Halloween, an all-new adventure jam-packed with family-friendly thrills and chills!  When George, Belinda and their kids Kara and Ben Bannister move into a new house – just in time for Halloween! – everything seems to be fine…until they notice eerie glowing lights and strange sounds coming from their neighbor’s house where creepy Mr. Cole (Lance Henriksen) lives with his protective pooch Medusa (voiced by Mayim Bialik).  When a black cat suddenly goes missing, George Bannister (Gary Valentine) insists on investigating the matter himself – and ultimately enlists an odd yet familiar pair (Dean Cain, Joey Diaz) to help.  But after the trio and Belinda Bannister (Elisa Donovan) get trapped inside the spooky house, it’s once again up to Zeus to save the day!"

You can now head out to your local store or shop over the web if you prefer to grab this movie for your family.  The Dog Who Saved Halloween sells for a Suggested Retail Price of $19.98.  You will definitely enjoy this movie for years to come as it is family friendly and rated PG!

I also have an opportunity for one of my lucky readers to win their own copy of The Dog Who Saved Halloween.  Good Luck!



*Disclosure: I received the product mentioned for the purpose of review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.




9 comments:

3 Giggly Monsters said...

My daughter is going to be the game twister and my middle son is going to be a powerranger and my youngest a fireman.
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Ginger said...

Oldest is going to be Barney oldest son is going o be a transformer and 2nd youngest son is going to be Thomas the tank engine :)

Cheryl said...

My two year old son is dressing as Chewbacca and I will be taking him trick or treating as Princess Leia!

HydeKayla said...

Unfortunately I wont be dressing up this year.
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Amy C said...

My son is dressing up as the cat from cat in the hat

Anonymous said...

THe baby will be a spider and my older son is a super hero.
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Tinatchick said...

My daughter will be a cheerleader, my son will be a pirate

Charlene Vidal said...

Lily will be a pirate.

Kimberly Price said...

Unfortunately I wont be dressing up this year. khyde19@yahoo.com