Seven days before Halloween, Sony is unleashing Monster House on DVD, UMD and Blu-ray!
What happens in the neighborhood stays in the neighborhood!
A suburban home has become physically animated by a vengeful human soul looking to stir up trouble from beyond the grave, and it's up to three adventurous kids from the neighborhood to do battle with the structural golem in this comically frightful tale, directed by Gil Kenan and featuring the voices of Steve Buscemi, Nick Cannon, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and Kevin James. DJ Harvard (voice of Mitchel Musso) lives directly across the street from a most unusual house.
A malevolent entity that longs to feed on the energy of the living, the once peaceful house that looms ominously outside of DJ's bedroom window would like nothing more than the chance to feast on the children of the neighborhood. As Halloween begins to draw near and the children of the neighborhood prepare for another long night of trick-or-treating, it appears as if it may be the house that is in for the biggest treat of all.
Now, with the adults turning a deaf ear to DJ's strange findings, it's up to the brave young boy and his faithful friends Chowder (voice of Sam Lerner) and Jenny (Spencer Locke) to break through the barrier of the supernatural and defeat the powers of darkness before the house grows too powerful to fight
Visually stunning, critically acclaimed, and an audience favorite, Monster House is the animated hit of the year, and now Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is releasing the Summer blockbuster on DVD, UMD and Blu-Ray just in time for the Halloween season on October 24, 2006.
Oscar winning producers, Steven Spielberg (Best Director, Best Picture, Schindler s List, 1993) and Robert Zemeckis (Best Director, Forrest Gump, 1994), present this intelligent and thrilling story of two young boys and their adolescent adventures in a film that all ages can enjoy. Monster House is loaded with incredible bonus features and behind-the-scene looks at the making of the film and is a must own at a SLP of $28.95 on DVD, $38.95 on Blu-Ray, and $28.95 on UMD.
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