Mighty Mighty Monsters: Halloween Havoc
Directed by: Adam Wood
Starring: Reece Thompson, Donavon Stinson, Vincent Tong, Travis (Little T) Turner
A Bron Studios production
After pulling the raddest Devil’s Night prank on the human loving monster dorks at Monster Academy, the bros are expelled from school and sent to their worst nightmare, Human Immersion. When they arrive to the normal suburban middle school, they couldn’t be more shocked at how wacked this school and the kids really are!
Lucky for the bros it’s Halloween, so they blend right in. But the rumor mill has been spinning tales of monsters joining the school and many lesser students have a big problem with that, so they best WATCH THEIR BACKS! When they meet the King and Queen of the school, Frankie sparks a connection with the Queen due to her costume: Bride of Frankenstein.
The King has Frankie’s number and warns him about entering the Halloween costume contest; hmm, sounds like something right up Frankie’s alley.
Later, Frankie finds him and his monster bros blowing up the costume contest and getting in the King’s face… AND THEN WINNING THE CONTEST! But the trophy and applause get to Frankie’s head.
The day after Halloween finds our bros in big trouble; everyone is going to know they’re monsters. So they decide to go white-face and impersonate human children. But Frankie goes deep cover and starts to believe he’s human… NOOOOOOOO!
Gunnar and Vlad are outed by the King, sentenced to a bully trial behind the bleachers after school. And the Queen’s invited her favorite new boy-toy to join in on the hazing: Frankie.
Building up to a ridiculous apple fight finale that riffs off of Saving Private Ryan’s storming the beaches of Normandy, our Monsters learn that going to school with humans is going to suck every minute of every day!
Travis Turner (Little T)
-Marley & Me: The Puppy Years
-A Princess for Christmas
-Easter Bunny Bloodbath
Additional Crew & Cast
Aaron L. Gilbert
John Raymonds (EP)
Ben Burden Smith (EP)
Gil RImmer (EP)
Sean O'Reilly (EP)
Screen Story by:
Ben Burden Smith
& Gil Rimmer