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Jonah Campbell's movie-spoof of Sony/Columbia's 2006 film "Monster House". It 1st appeared at YouTube on September 7th, 2021.

Plot:

The parents of 12-year-old Charlie Brown leave town for the weekend, leaving him in the care of his babysitter, Ariel. Charlie Brown has been spying on his elderly neighbor, Amos Slade, who confiscates any item landing in his yard. After CB's best friend Pingu loses his basketball on Slade's lawn, CB is caught in the act by Slade when he tries to fetch it. The enraged owner lifts CB upwards and attacks him for trespassing on his property. This is however a great mistake; due to his elderly age, he forgot that his body could no longer endure the boy's weight and he had a heart attack at the same time. His bones cracked in the process, causing him to fall unconscious on CB's body. Soon, Slade gets escorted to the hospital in an ambulance.

That night, CB receives phone calls from the house with no one on the other end. Eavesdropping on Ariel's boyfriend Syndrome, CB hears him tell Ariel about losing his kite on Slade's lawn when he was a child and that Slade supposedly ate his wife. Later, Syndrome sees his long-lost kite in the doorway of Slade's house, but he is consumed by the house while attempting to fetch it. Meanwhile, CB meets up with Pingu at a construction site, and after having a short talk, the duo investigate the house, but flee when it comes alive and attacks them. The next morning, a girl named Jenny Foxworth is selling Halloween candy. CB and Pingu see her going to Slade's house and rush out to warn her and barely save her from getting eaten. Later, Jenny calls her mom and tells her about what happened. Unfortunately, she doesn't believe her. She, CB, and Pingu then call the police for help, but they don't believe them, either.

The trio consult Prince Eric, a supposed expert on the supernatural. They learn that the house is a rare monster created when a human soul merges with a man-made structure and that it can only be killed by destroying its heart. They conclude that the heart must be the furnace and Pingu provides a cold medicine-filled dummy that should cause the house to sleep long enough for them to douse the furnace. Police Officers Mermaid-Man and Barnacle-Boy thwart their plan and they are arrested when Mermaid-Man finds the dummy filled with cold medicine stolen from the pharmacy owned by Pingu's father. When the officers go to examine the house, it eats them and their car; CB, Pingu and Jenny narrowly escape the car, but are trapped inside the house.

When the house falls asleep, the kids begin exploring. In the basement they find a collection of toys accumulated from Slade's lawn, as well as a door that opens to a shrine containing the body of Slade's wife, Fairy Godmother, encased in a puddle of cement. The house realizes they are inside and attacks them. CB, Pingu and Jenny force the house to vomit them outside by grabbing its uvula (portrayed by the chandelier in the foyer). Slade arrives home alive, revealing that Fairy Godmother's spirit is within the house and that he did not eat her but instead had given her some of the happiest times in her life. As a young man, he met Fairy Godmother, then an unwilling member of a circus freak show, and fell in love with her despite her obesity. After he helped her escape, they began building the house. One Halloween, as children tormented her due to her size, Fairy Godmother tried chasing them away but lost her footing and fell to her death in the basement. Slade had finished the house, knowing it was what she would have wanted, but aware that Fairy Godmother's spirit made the house come alive, he pretended to hate children in order to protect them.

CB tells Slade that it's time to let Fairy Godmother go, but the house overhears this. Enraged, it breaks free from its foundation and chases the group to the construction site. Slade attempts to distract the house so he can blow it up with dynamite, but the house notices and attacks him. Pingu fights it off with an excavator and CB is given the dynamite. While Pingu distracts the house, CB and Jenny climb to the top of a crane and CB throws the dynamite into the chimney, causing the house to explode. The trio then see Slade with Fairy Godmother's ghost before she fades away to the Great Beyond. CB apologizes to Slade for the loss of his house and wife, but Slade thanks the kids for freeing him and his wife from being trapped for 45 whole years. Later, children in their Halloween costumes are lined up at the site of the house, where CB, Pingu and Jenny help Slade return the toys to their rightful owners. Jenny says goodbye to CB and Pingu with the hope of seeing them again in the future before going home with her mother. CB and Pingu go Trick-or-Treating, which they previously felt they were too old for. Those who were eaten by the house emerge from the basement.

Cast:

  • DJ Walters - Charlie Brown (Peanuts)
  • Chowder - Pingu
  • Jenny Bennett - Jenny Foxworth (Oliver & Company)
  • The Monster House as itself
  • Horace Nebbercracker - Amos Slade (The Fox and the Hound)
  • Constance Nebbercracker - Fairy Godmother (Shrek 2)
  • Zee/Elizabeth - Ariel (The Little Mermaid)
  • Bones - Syndrome (The Incredibles)
  • Skull - Prince Eric (The Little Mermaid)
  • Officers Landers and Lister - Mermaid-Man and Barnacle-Boy (SpongeBob SquarePants)
  • Eliza - Agnes (Despicable Me)
  • DJ's Parents - Bob Parr/Mr. Incredible and Helen Parr/Mrs. Incredible (The Incredibles)
  • Kevin the Dog - Blue (Blue's Clues)

Scenes:

  • "Monster House (Jonah Campbell Style)" Part 1 - Main Titles/Get Off My Lawn!
  • "Monster House (Jonah Campbell Style)" Part 2 - Charlie Brown's parents leave/Meet Pingu/Basketball
  • "Monster House (Jonah Campbell Style)" Part 3 - Amos Slade’s death/Ariel arrives/Charlie Brown's nightmare
  • "Monster House (Jonah Campbell Style)" Part 4 - Meet Syndrome
  • "Monster House (Jonah Campbell Style)" Part 5 - Syndrome gets eaten/Danger Zone Talk/Ding-Dong Ditch Doom
  • "Monster House (Jonah Campbell Style)" Part 6 - Ariel meets Jenny/Charlie Brown’s room/Detectable Movement!
  • "Monster House (Jonah Campbell Style)" Part 7 - Back in Charlie Brown's room
  • "Monster House (Jonah Campbell Style)" Part 8 - The Police/Eric the Video Game Expert
  • "Monster House (Jonah Campbell Style)" Part 9 - The Plan/Vacuum Dummy/The Police Get Eaten
  • "Monster House (Jonah Campbell Style)" Part 10 - Inside the House
  • "Monster House (Jonah Campbell Style)" Part 11 - Getting Thrown Up
  • "Monster House (Jonah Campbell Style)" Part 12 - Amos Slade returns/The Story/The House is Alive!!!!
  • "Monster House (Jonah Campbell Style)" Part 13 - Let This Be The Right Thing to do/Final Battle
  • "Monster House (Jonah Campbell Style)" Part 14 - Trick-or-Treating/Happy Ending
  • "Monster House (Jonah Campbell Style)" Part 15 - End Credits

Movie used:

  • Monster House (2006)

Movies and TV Shows used:

  • Despicable Me (2010)
  • Despicable Me 2 (2013)
  • Despicable Me 3 (2017)
  • The Fox and the Hound (1981)
  • The Fox and the Hound 2 (2006)
  • Charlie Brown's All Stars (1966-1971)
  • Snoopy Come Home (1972)
  • It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown (1977)
  • It's a Mystery, Charlie Brown (1974)
  • You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown (1979)
  • The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show (1983-1985)
  • It's Magic, Charlie Brown (1981)
  • Snoopy the Musical (1988)
  • He's a Bully, Charlie Brown (2006)
  • There's No Time for Love, Charlie Brown (1973)
  • It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966)
  • You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown (1972)
  • The Peanuts Movie (2015)
  • The Incredibles (2004)
  • The Incredibles 2 (2018)
  • Pingu (1986-2006)
  • The Little Mermaid (1989)
  • The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea (2000)
  • The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning (2008)
  • Oliver & Company (1988)
  • Blue’s Clues (1996-2006)
  • SpongeBob SquarePants (1999-Present)
  • Shrek 2 (2004)

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