The Scooby gang is reunited, after being apart for years, by Fred. Daphne hosts a talk show and is on a quest to find a real ghost, so Fred calls up the old team to search for a real ghost.
The gang comes up with dozens of cases of fraud and are ready to give up when they get a lead about Zombie Island, where they discover real ghosts, zombies, and other monsters.
It is rare that the monsters turn out to be real. It's still not scary but little children might find it scarier, so it's recommenden that you preview it before showing to young children.
The story is easy to follow for even the youngest of viewers.
The art is colorful. The Bayou is a great location for a spooky tale with the right amount of swamps and fog to give a fun chill Fans of the original shows, will see some of the characters look slightly different. Fred and Daphne look slightly off but occasionally Velma and Shaggy look different. Scooby is nearly perfect.
The voice acting is very good. Both giving terrific performances, Scott Innes is the second person to voice Scooby and Billy West is the second person to voice Shaggy. Frank Welker reprises his role as Fred.
Guest starring are Adrienne Barbeau, who voices Simone, the estate owner, and Mark Hamill, who voices Snakebite Scruggs, the caretaker.
A great rendition of "Scooby-Doo Where Are You?" is done by Third Eye Blind. Skycycle gives two great songs with "The Ghost Is Here" and "It's Terror Time Again."
A bunch extras will keep children busy: Mystery Inc. Bios, The Scooby-Doo Dare (quiz), a featurette, trailer, and Sneak Peeks of other Scooby Videos.
This is a good updated Scooby-Doo that will please all viewers.