The Haunted Mask li and Anthology Series BY pud1992 Goosebumps Episodes Season One: 19 Episodes 1 . The Haunted Mask (Part One): Sick of being scared and tortured by the boys at school, shy and quiet Carly Beth Caldwell buys a Halloween mask from a new store, but doesn’t heed the storekeeper’s warning of wearing the mask for more than three times, which is when the mask begins to change its wearer’s personality. 2. The Haunted Mask (Part Two): Carly Beth visits the man who sold her the mask to help her break its spell over her. 3.
The Cuckoo Clock of Doom: Michael Webster’s prank on is unruly little sister involving an antique cuckoo clock sends Michael backwards in time. 4. The Girl Who Cried Monster: Lucy Dark discovers her librarian’s strange behavior of eating flies after closing time and suspects him of being a monster. 5. Welcome to Camp Nightmare (Part One): Billy’s summer camp trip turns scary when his friends start disappearing and a monster is rumored to be loose in the woods. 6. Welcome to Camp Nightmare (Part Two): Billy plots revenge on the counselors when they threaten to go after one of the campers–until he learns the secret of Camp Nightmare. Phantom of the Auditorium: A school production of ” The Phantom ” is threatened by strange happenings from a real phantom. 8. Piano Lessons Can Be Murder: Jerry takes piano lessons from a weird man who’s obsessed with stealing the hands of his students–and is haunted by the ghost of the weird man’s mother. 9. Return of the Mummy: In the sequel to the Goosebumps book, “The Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb” (which was never made into an episode),
Gabe and his cousin are trapped in a pyramid belonging to an Egyptian queen who now has control of the mummy from the first book. 0. Night of the Living Dummy II: A girl named Amy receives a replacement ventriloquist dummy, which she accidentally brings to life. 11 . My Hairiest Adventure: Larry Boyd freaks out when his hands become hairy presumably as a result of expired tanning lotion. Things get weirder when his friends begin to disappear and dogs who share their physical features appear in their place. 12. Stay Out of the Basement (Part One): Two siblings, Margaret and Casey, investigate the strange plant experiments in their father’s basement. 3. Stay Out of the Basement (Part Two): Margaret and Casey find a man tied in the basement who laims to be their real father who was trapped when his plant-hybrid clone locked him up and took over his life. 14. It Came from Beneath the Sink! : Kat finds a sponge under the sink of her new house that’s actually a monster that causes and feeds on bad luck. Directed by David Winning. 15. Say Cheese and Die! : Three friends, Greg, Bird, and Sherri, find a camera that predicts misfortune on the subject it photographs. 16.
A Night in Terror Tower (Part One): Two siblings, Eddie and Sue, get lost in England after visiting a torture chamber… and are hunted by an executioner. 7. A Night in Terror Tower (Part Two): A wizard disguised as a 20th century man reveals that the two lost siblings are actually a prince and princess who traveled forward in time to escape being murdered. 18. The Werewolf of Fever Swamp (Part One): Grady Tucker gets a dog suspected to be a werewolf after rumors of murdered animals and late-night howling surface. 19. The Werewolf of Fever Swamp (Part Two): 1.
Be Careful What You Wish For… : Klutzy Samantha Byrd gets three wishes from a strange woman named Clarissa–with horrifying results. 2. Attack of the Mutant (Part One): Comic book addict Skipper finds out his favorite comic book villain is real. Adam West guest stars. 3. Attack of the Mutant (Part Two): Skipper discovers that he has been turned into a comic book character chosen to fght a villain called The Masked Mutant. 4. Bad Hare Day: Wannabe magician Tim Swanson steals the bag of tricks from his favorite magician–and finds himself unable to control the magic.
Colin Mochrie makes a small appearance. 5. The Headless Ghost: Two pranksters, Stephanie Alpert and Duane Comack find themselves trapped in a seaside house haunted by a headless ghost, a sea captain, and the ghost of a boy who died falling hrough a dumb waiter when his strawberry ice cream didn’t arrive. 6. Go Eat Worms! : Todd Barstow’s sadistic experiments on worms backfire when his test animals begin to haunt him. 7. You Can’t Scare Me: Two boys (Eddie and Hat) who dare each other to scare a fearless girl (Courtney) find themselves running from swamp monsters. 8.
Revenge of the Lawn Gnomes: A lawn contest prompts a dad to buy two lawn gnomes who cause destruction at night. 9. Ghost Beach: Two siblings, Jerry and Terri Sadler discover the secrets of a seaside mountain cave supposedly haunted by a ghost. 10. Attack of the Jack O’Lanterns: Pumpkin-headed aliens force four children into trick or treating in a strange town. 11. The Haunted Mask II (Part One): In this two-part sequel to “The Haunted Mask”, Steve Boswell, one of the boys from the original story takes an old man mask from the store that Carly beth went to and begins to become an old man.
Meanwhile, Carly Beth’s mask from the first story returns to exact his revenge on its former wearer. 12. The Haunted Mask II (Part Two): Steve and Carly Beth try to break the mask’s spell–and defeat the mask that tried to possess Carly Beth. 13. Let’s Get Invisible! Max and his brother Noah find a mirror in the attic that turns its users invisible, but on the other side is a world where evil mirror reflections want to switch with real people. 14. The Scarecrow Walks at Midnight: An old couple is haunted by demonic scarecrows brought to life by a farmhand’s black magic. 5. Monster Blood: In this adaptation of the first “Monster Blood” book, Evan Ross and his friend, Andy, discover a novelty slime called Monster Blood that devours everything in its path. 16. More Monster Blood: In this story (which has never appeared in the Monster Blood series), Evan travels back home, only o find that the Monster Blood he destroyed is aboard the plane. 17. Vampire Breath: While searching for their birthday presents, two siblings, Freddy and Cara find a bottle that releases the spirit ofa vampire. 18.
How to Kill a Monster: Step-siblings Gretchen and Clark stay at their grandparents’ house in the middle of a swamp that has a monster locked in a room. 19. Calling All Creeps! : School newspaper Journalist Ricky Beamer plays a prank on his rival that calls the attention of a group of kids who are actually reptilian aliens bent on world domination. 20. Welcome to Dead House Part One): The Benson family moves into a house in a neighborhood were its residents were killed in an accident from a chemical factory and now walk the Earth as zombies. 1 . Welcome to Dead House (Part Two): The children, Amanda and Josh try to fight the zombies and send them back to their graves. 22. Don’t Wake Mummy: Adapted from the “Tales To Give You Goosebumps” anthology series, a family inherits Beauchamp, a wannabe writer, receives a typewriter that brings anything written to life–even the story of a blob monster. 24. Night of the Living Dummy Ill (Part One): Slappy is found by the O’Dell family, and begins terrorizing them. 5.
Night of the Living Dummy Ill (Part Two): Slappy faces off against another evil dummy named Rocky who later turns good and kills Slappy and himself to protect the O’Dells. Season Three: 22 episodes 1. A Shocker on Shock Street: Erin Wright and her friend Marty are trapped in an amusement park based on a horror movie series. 2. My Best Friend Is Invisible: Sam Jacobs visits a house that’s supposedly haunted by the ghost of a lonely boy named Brent… who ends up following him home and becomes his invisible friend. . The House of No Return: Adapted from the “Tales To Give You Goosebumps” anthology eries, four friends get trapped in an old house haunted by a married couple whose firstborn child died in an accident. 4. Don’t Go To Sleep! : After being told that he can’t have the attic as his room, Matt Amsterdam goes to sleep in there, and finds himself in a chain of alternate worlds and on the run from a police force bent on nabbing anyone who messes with reality. Don Cherry guest stars in this episode. 5.
Click: Adapted from the “Tales To Give You Goosebumps” anthology series, a boy mail-orders a remote control that controls his TV, his VCR, his DVD, his stereo–and his life. The 2006 summer film Click starring Adam Sandler has a similar plot to this. 6. An Old Story: Adapted from the “Tales To Give You Goosebumps” anthology series, an aunt feeds her nephews, Tom and John, prunes that have the power to turn them into old men. 7. The Barking Ghost: Cooper Holmes and his new friend Fergie are tricked into switching bodies with ghostly canines. 8.
One Day at HorrorLand (Part One): The Morris family get trapped in a theme park run by monsters. 9. One Day at HorrorLand (Part Two): The Morrises compete on a game show run by monsters from the park. 10. The Haunted House Game: Adapted from the “Tales To Give You Goosebumps” anthology series, two friends play a game that comes to life–and may cost them theirs. 11. Perfect School (Part One): Adapted from the “Tales To Give You Goosebumps” anthology series, Brian gets sent to a boarding school where students are cloned and sent to live with the real students’ families. 2. Perfect School (Part Two): Brian tries to stop his clone from taking over his life. 13. Werewolf Skin (Part One): Alex Blackwell discovers a secret about the werewolves that live in the woods. 14. Werewolf Skin (Part Two): Alex confronts his aunt and uncle about the werewolf skin they use to turn themselves into the beasts. 5. Awesome Ants: Adapted from the “Tales To Give You Goosebumps” anthology series, a kid buys an ant farm that comes with pellets that turn the ants into giants. 16.
Bride of the Living Dummy: Adapted from the “Goosebumps 2000” series, Slappy returns and now is planning to marry a girl’s doll (who proves to be Just as evil as Slappy). 17. Strained Peas: Adapted from the “Tales To Give You Goosebumps” anthology series, Nick discovers his new baby sister is a monster. 18. Say Cheese and Die – Again! : In the sequel to “Say Cheese and Die”, Greg Banks tries to prove to his English teacher that the amera he found does exist so he doesn’t flunk his class.
When Sherri unearths it, she accidentally takes Greg’s picture which predicts that he’ll become so fat, he’ll explode while Sherri’s picture comes out as a negative, predicting that she’ll be so part episode that was never adapted from a book, a greedy girl gets sucked into a toy town where she cheats the people during a lemonade sale and turns into a pig as the town chases her down. 20. Chillogy, Part II: Strike Three You’re Doomed! : In part two of a three-part episode that was never adapted from a book, a boy gets sucked nto Karlsville and gets caught in a twisted baseball game. 21.
Chillogy, Part Ill: Escape from Karlsville: In the conclusion of a three-part episode that was never adapted from a book, Matthew and Jessica enter the toy town to prevent Matthew’s younger brother Todd from being turned into plastic. 22. Teacher’s Pet: Adapted from the “Tales To Give You Goosebumps” anthology series, two kids on a field trip in the woods discover why their teacher is so obsessed with snakes, he is one. Season Four: 8 Episodes 1 . How I Got My Shrunken Head (Part One): Mark given a shrunken head by his xplorer aunt travels to the Jungle where his aunt’s partners want to steal the shrunken head for themselves. . How I Got My Shrunken Head (Part Two): Mark learns of the Jungle magic hidden in his shrunken head while searching for his aunt.
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