Monster House

Monster House
Monster House

Year

2006

Duration

87 minutes

Genres

Animation, Comedy, Horror

Language

English

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Synopsis

DJ is a kid who likes to know about things, and so he is not going to just keep walking past the strange house on his street. When his basketball disappears on the property, he and his friend Chowder go to investigate. Later, they are joined by a girl called Jenny, and the three of them find that the house is far, far weirder than they ever thought possible. Scary, funny and very smart, the film was made with groundbreaking computer animation.

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Contains scary scenes and mild language.

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