Mommy Katie: Gravity Falls: Six Strange Tales

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Gravity Falls: Six Strange Tales

Product Received

With Halloween coming up, my kids love to find shows and movies that we can watch and share on our family movie nights, that are filled with mystery and suspense. So when we were sent the DVD Gravity Falls: Six Strange Tales, to review, my kids right away added it to the list of our Halloween movies. In this DVD, you find the twins Dipper and Mabel, who embark on all new adventures. The adventure starts when the two go to spend the summer with their great uncle, to help him run his store. Aside from the fact that this store is a tourist trap and that the prices are outrageous, the sister decides that she will go on a quest to find love, while her brother Dipper, comes across a mysterious book. The book that Dipper finds, is one full of mysteries that surround the town, and that lead them on a very strange journey. The twins find that in order to get around the town and the mysteries they come across, they must rely on one another. We found this to be a great addition to our family movie night, and it is a perfect DVD full of mysteries which are perfect for leading towards Halloween. This great DVD, filled with 2 hours of mysterious fun, is available to bring home and share with your own family today!

Episodes include:

1 - “Tourist Trapped”
2 - “The Legend of the Gobblewonker”
3 - “Headhunters”
4 - “The Hand That Rocks the Mabel”
5 - “The Inconveniencing”
6 - “Dipper vs. Manliness”

This was not a paid post and honest/original opinions were used and they are my own. Thank you to the company and/or pr agency who supplied the product for review.
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Courtney B said...

believe it or not my daughtere loves cartoon mysteries... I might have to purchase this one for her!

Denise Taylor-Dennis said...

I had not heard about this show until now. I think my 3 year old is still a bit too young for this one but in a year or two he would probably love this show.

lee marissa said...

i never heard about this cartoon...when my daughter is older i'll look into it..thank you