Rating Explanation: for some scary action, rude humor and language
Jimmy's Buzz Guide Review: Lots of Scooby Doo nostalgia and history has been included in this sequel making it a far more enjoyable film than the first one.
DVD Features: 7 minutes of additional scenes; 2 music videos: Big Brovaz's Thank You (Falletin Me Be Mice Elf Again) and Simple Plan's Don't Wanna Think About You; 2 audiovisual puzzles to solve: The Scooby-Doo Monsters Unleashed Challenge and The Mystery of the Missing Pants; Dancing Dog: how they made Scooby-Doo dance - and how you can dance just like him; Triple Threat Featurette: Scooby-Doo gives you an insider tour of the moviemaking process; True Ghoul Hollywood Story.
Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed
Under pressure from relentless reporter Heather Jasper-Howe (Alicia Silverstone) and the terrified citizens of Coolsville, the gang launches an investigation into the mysterious monster outbreak that leaves Shaggy and Scooby questioning their roles in Mystery Inc. The duo, determined to prove they're great detectives, put on a series of far-out disguises in their search for clues. All signs point to Jeremiah "Old Man" Wickles (Peter Boyle of "Everybody Loves Raymond"), the former Black Knight Ghost who was once unmasked by the gang and thrown in jail. Did the creepy guy launch the monstrous attack on Coolsville in a diabolical quest for revenge? Meanwhile, brainy Velma (Linda Cardellini) falls for another major suspect, the Criminology Museum curator Patrick Wisely (Seth Green), as their macho leader Fred (Freddie Prinze Jr.) and Daphne (SAarah Michelle Gellar) attempt to determine the identity of the evil masked figure whose monster army is wreaking havoc on Coolsville.