High school friends Jake (Donovan Colan), Carson (Dylan Frankel) and Bo (Jaiden J. Smith) are all thieves, and they always hang out together on Halloween. At least, they used to. But while in high school, Carson, who liked to sit in his room and watch what appeared to be Tiktok videos of people lifting weights, felt like they were too old to trick or handle. This is terrible news for Jake, who loves Halloween and loves to fool or treat with his buds. With that option off the table, Jake comes up with an alternative plan: they’ll sneak into the local Spirit Halloween store – which, by a perfect touch, is located in the closed Toys ‘R Us in a neighborhood. creepy land – and hide until after the store closes. Then they’ll go out, have their own store, and have the best Halloween ever.
The plan went without a hitch, at least initially. But as an unlucky Halloween to be, this Spirit Halloween is haunted by the ghost of Alec Windsor (Christopher Lloyd), an evil rich guy who died on Halloween decades ago. And, as the Official Halloween Rule of Ghosts has it, every year on the anniversary of his death, Alec gets the chance to own the objects. or Everyone. And so he sets out to jump into a few animated spirits and hunt down our young heroes who just can’t get out of the store.
Meanwhile, Carson’s cool older sister Kate (Marissa Reyes) finds out what the kids are up to, and breaks herself, through a skylight in the roof. Now Kate is also in danger. Will the children survive the night, or resist the curse of Alec Windsor? Windsor also has a good reason to do what he’s doing. “I can’t leave here without a body!” The ghost of Windsor cries after he owns a giant teddy bear (?). “That’s a strange thing to say,” Kate replied (this line reads with delight, so it’s great for Marissa Reyes).
https://www.slashfilm.com/1026374/spirit-halloween-the-movie-review-this-halloween-adventure-is-not-very-good-but-still-charming/ This Halloween adventure isn’t great, but it’s still interesting