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It seems like there’s a new streaming service every month, but, without a doubt, one of the leading platforms is Hulu. Known for quality, Emmy-winning originals, like The Handmaid’s Tale , and supporting fresh voices, as is the case with PEN15 , Hulu hosts more than just quality TV shows. In fact, it also offers a theater-quality slate of movies. From originals like Prey and Fire Island to some recent big-name films, like Spencer (2021), here’s a look at the best movies to watch on Hulu right now.
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This modern take on the boy who cried wolf for the internet age follows the misadventures of Dani (Zoey Deutch), a graphic designer working a thankless job for an internet publication. When she stumbles into internet fame during a fake vacation that she fabricates to impress her love interest at work, her lies get more and more complex. At first, she relishes her fame — but the internet has a funny way of changing all that.
The Princess (2022)
This isn’t your typical fairy tale. Far from being content to wait in the tower to be rescued, this particular princess, played by the powerful Joey King, is ready to rumble. When her kingdom’s castle is seized by a jilted suitor (Dominic Cooper), the titular hero must escape from captivity in the tower to fight her way through an army of thugs and save her kingdom.
Good Luck To You, Leo Grande (2022)
A recently widowed British school teacher (Emma Thompson) is looking for romance and finds it in a most unlikely place when she hatches a plan to launch a more sexually adventurous life after her retirement. This charming single-location film leverages the chemistry of its leads and its whip-smart dialogue to create a story that’ll be hard to forget.
No Exit (2022)
When she hears news that her mother has been hospitalized in Salt Lake City, a young woman (Havana Rose Liu) who’s confined to a drug treatment facility decides to escape and make a perilous cross-country journey to be there for her family.
However, when she’s caught in a blizzard and forced to stop at an isolated visitor center in the mountains, she makes a discovery that forces her to make hard decisions. And, to make matters worse, she might not be able to trust anyone she meets.
Fire Island (2022)
We’ve already raved about how much we love Fire Island — one of our picks for best movies of 2022 so far . Directed by Andrew Ahn ( Driveways ), this modern-day, queer retelling of Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice is set on the titular New York island, which has long been a welcoming vacation destination for gay folks.
Star Joel Kim Booster ( Big Mouth ) also penned the screenplay, making for an authentic, lived-in experience. The film portrays not just what it’s like to be queer, but queer and Asian — and queer and Asian and not the chiseled, white, masculine-of-center gay man that’s more “palatable” to straight people and, sadly, some queer people, too.
Fire Island is a top-tier rom-com — something that recalls the height of cozy ’90s rom-coms, all while staying fresh, inclusive, sharp and exceedingly funny. The film also found a perfectly stoic-yet-charming-and-surprisingly-soft co-lead in Conrad Ricamora ( How to Get Away With Murder ), who plays the Darcy to Booster’s Elizabeth Bennett. Plus, comedic greats like SNL ‘s Bowen Yang and stand-up legend Margaret Cho ( The Flight Attendant ) round out this incredible cast.
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Zoinks! Two years after a clash of egos forced Mystery Inc. to close its doors, Scooby-Doo and his clever crime-solving cohorts Fred, Daphne, Shaggy and Velma are individually summoned to Spooky Island to investigate a series a paranormal incidents at the ultra-hip Spring Break hot spot. Concerned that his frightfully popular resort might truly be haunted, Spooky Island owner Emile Mondavarious tries to reunite those notoriously meddling detectives to solve the mystery before his supernatural secret scares away the college crowds. Scooby and the gang will have to overcome their personal differences and forget everything they think they know about fake ghouls and phony creatures to crack the case, save themselves, and possibly the world. Ruh-roh!
Starring: Sarah Gellar , Freddie Prinze , Matthew Lillard , Linda Cardellini , Neil Fanning
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Spooky Island is a horror-themed amusement park owned by Emile Mondavarious . Attractions vary from dancing "ghouls" to "monster" roller coasters to the Ring of Fire Velma went to. Scrappy-Doo took over the island and summoned real demons to steal people's souls ( protoplasm ), possess their bodies, and create an army of possessed students to take over the world and usher in an age of darkness where the Demons rule the world for 10,000 years in the Darkopolypse Ritual .
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- 2.1 Scooby-Doo: The Movie
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Employees [ ]
- Emile Mondavarious (owner)
- Zarkos (cult lieutenant)
- Scrappy-Doo (cult leader)
- N' Goo Tuana (cult priest)
History [ ]
Scooby-doo: the movie [ ].
After being kicked out of Mystery Incorporated for his power-hungry behavior and constantly urinating on Daphne , Scrappy-Doo, seeking revenge on them, arrives on Spooky Island initially under the surmise of auditioning for a role there. However, once he has met the owner, Emile Mondavarious, Scrappy is able to capture Mondavarious and imprison him in a small holding cell in the main ritual chamber of the Darkopolypse Ritual on top of Mt. Spooky. Using a robotic double of Mondavarious to impersonate him and aided by henchmen such as N' Goo Tuana and the masked luchador Zarkos , Scrappy invites collage students to Spooky Island, where he captures them, extracts their protoplasmic souls, and has the Demons possess their bodies. All part of a plan to use the Darkopolypse Ritual to allow the Demons to rule the Earth for 10,000 years and take revenge on Mystery Incorporated. However, wanting to have them witness his triumph, Scrappy invites all of them to Spooky Island, unaware that the gang had recently parted ways following tempers boiling over between Fred , Daphne, and Velma following the Luna Ghost mystery. Nevertheless, the gang reluctantly travel together to Spooky Island, but split up to explore and start to find clues regarding the Darkopolypse Ritual, with Daphne finding and taking the Daemon Ritus . His plans compromised, Scrappy sends the Demons to attack Mystery Incorporated and the other guests, while pretending to be kidnapped as well in his Mondavarious android body. He succeeds in capturing Fred and Velma, taking their souls and having their bodies possessed by Demons, and does the same shortly thereafter with Daphne after she's captured by Zarkos. He then captures his uncle Scooby , as the Darkopolypse Ritual requires a pure soul to be successful, and Scooby was perfect for it.
However, Shaggy stumbles across the main ritual chamber, finds the cauldron containing everyone's protoplasmic souls, and is able to send Fred, Daphne, and Velma's souls back to their bodies. Velma and Daphne exorcise the Demons from their bodies, which are then killed by exposure to sunlight. Fred exorcises his demon too and is presumably destroyed despite never being showed on screen. Shaggy then grabs the Daemon Ritus and flees to regroup with the others, only to learn that Fred and Daphne got their souls switched by mistake. Luckily, the Daemon Ritus mix-matched Mystery Incorporated's souls around until they are all back in their proper bodies. They then learn of the Darkopolypse Ritual from the Voodoo Maestro , and realizing Scooby and the world are in mortal danger, Fred, Daphne, and Velma agree to put their argument from the Luna Ghost mystery behind them to help Shaggy save Scooby and the world from the Demons.
While Shaggy, Fred, and Velma infiltrate the main ritual chamber, Daphne remains topside to unleash the disco skull to reflect the sunlight into the chamber to kill the Demons once they were exorcised from their host bodies. Unfortunately, the ritual begins before everything is set, and Fred and Velma try to blend in before being caught, while Daphne is found by Zarkos and forced to fight him. After knocking out a guard, Shaggy is able to disguise himself and get close to Scooby to try and warn him, but by the time he does, Scooby's soul is extracted by N' Goo. Scrappy then attaches the Daemon Ritus to his chest and begins absorbing the protoplasmic souls of the students. Luckily, Shaggy causes the arm that N' Goo grabbed Scooby's soul with to hit Scrappy's robotic Mondavarious body, damaging it, and preventing him from absorbing the soul of Scooby and anymore students, all while getting Scooby's soul back in his body. When Fred and Velma discover Mondavarious is a robot, Scrappy reveals himself, before using the souls he was able to absorb through the Daemon Ritus to transform into a monstrous version of himself dubbed Scrappy Rex . Despite doing their best to outrun and outsmart him, Scooby and Shaggy are soon captured by Mary Jane , herself another of the Demon-possessed victims, and after subduing Shaggy with the Demon's breath, she hands Scooby over to Scrappy Rex so Scooby's soul can be extracted and the Darkopolypse Ritual completed.
It looks like the end for Mystery Incorporated and the world, until Daphne, fed up with being the damsel-in-distress, bites Zarkos' hand, forcing him to release her as he could not tolerate the pain, and she uses her martial arts to soon shove him through the vent into the main ritual chamber, destroying the slats, letting sunlight inside the ritual chamber, causing him to fall to his death, knock over the cauldron carrying all the unabsorbed souls, which immediately take flight in the cave, returning to their bodies, a possessed woman and man are seen having their protoplasmic souls return to their bodies, diving down into their mouths with enough momentum to knock them onto the ground, they are seen visually writing on the ground and soon their Demons are exorcised from their bodies, including Mary Jane's, which dives down her mouth with such force, she's forced to release Shaggy as the recoil pushes her away from him and onto her back, stunning her. Her Demon is exorcised off screen. Daphne releases the disco skull, and as the Demons are ejected from their human bodies, the reflected sunlight shines on them, causing their bodies to develop glowing boils and they subsequently explode, ending their threat.
However, despite the ritual being ruined and having most of the Demons in the cave destroyed, Scrappy Rex refuses to admit defeat, and tries to chase down Fred and Velma in revenge, only to be distracted by Shaggy, who had gained control of the arm N' Goo used earlier against Scooby, and telling Scrappy he's a bad puppy, Shaggy lunges the arm at Scrappy, who screams in horror as the arm grabs the Daemon Ritus, and after some effort, rips the artifact from Scrappy's chest. Without the Daemon Ritus, all the souls Scrappy absorbed are freed, and as they depart Spooky Island to return to their original bodies to wipe out the remaining Demons who had left the island previously, Scrappy is reduced back to his normal form, but still wants to fight until Scooby smacks him into the nearby wall, knocking him out. Thanks to Mystery Incorporated, the Darkopolypse Ritual is stopped, the Demons destroyed, and Scrappy and his remaining henchman N' Goo are arrested by the authorities and taken to prison. Shaggy frees the real Mondavarious, allowing him to reclaim control of Spooky Island, and the gang reunite to resume solving mysteries.
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Did you know that the Scooby Doo movie was filmed right here at Tangalooma - yes that means you're staying at Spooky Island !
Today there are not many reminders that the film was shot here apart from the odd white Scooby Doo laundry bin around the resort. Film props were only made for limited use and not designed to last beyond the filming periods. For example Dolphin Lodge (E Lodge) was decorated as temporarily decorated as ' Spooky Hotel ' during filming. The resort has also undergone a lot of new development and transformation since 2002, with even the old Tangalooma jetty still being featured in the movie. The movie studio production took almost a year, with the film being released in June 2002.
Below are some of the original behind the scenes photos of Scooby Doo being filmed at Tangalooma:
To ensure a Scooby Doo got a global audience the movie starred many international stars including Rowan Atkinson , Freddie Prince Jr and Sarah Michelle Geller . A cameo performance was also performed in Brisbane by Pamela Anderson. There was a cast and crew of almost 400 who stayed here at Tangalooma for the entire six weeks of filming. Naturally at the time there wasn't much room left for extra guests with many choosing to stay camping in tents.
The movie is now available worldwide on DVD/BluRay and streaming services, leaving a continuous reminder that Tangalooma Island Resort was once known as Spooky Island!
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How to visit the Australian resort Scooby Doo's iconic Spooky Island movie was filmed on in the early 2000s
- Sophie Grace shared a video to TikTok of Tangalooma Resort on Moreton Island
- The Queensland resort was used as Spooky Island in a 2002 Scooby-Doo film
- While the island doesn't have the landmarks from film, facilities used still remain
- Many individuals were stunned to find out that the island was used as a movie set
By Manoli Luxford For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 01:06 EDT, 6 October 2021 | Updated: 01:13 EDT, 6 October 2021
A pair of travelling friends have explored the Australian resort where the iconic 2002 film Scooby Doo's Spooky Island was filmed and have given an insight into how others can visit the tropical island for themselves.
Sophie Grace shared the video to TikTok on Tuesday after she visited the Tangalooma Island Resort on Moreton Island in Queensland and showed off several of the landmarks used in the film.
The resort, known as the horror-themed amusement park 'Spooky Island' in the Scooby-Doo film, is a 75-minute catamaran boat ride from Brisbane .
Sophie Grace shared the video to TikTok on Tuesday after she visited the Tangalooma Island Resort on Moreton Island in Queensland and showed off several of the landmarks used in the film
The resort, known as the horror-themed amusement park 'Spooky Island' in the Scooby-Doo film, is a 75-minute catamaran boat ride from Brisbane
From afar, the resort doesn't shed a similar resemblance to the movie's rollercoaster-filled island with skulls noticeably carved into rocks and placed on the front of the 'monster' coasters along with other figures placed along the beach.
However, Ms Grace's montage of the crystal clear water, the sandy shore and coastland filled with a vast amount of greenery were very familiar scenes in the 2002 movie.
Ms Grace captured the resort's Dolphin Lodge which was known as the 'Spooky Hotel' for the film.
Ms Grace captured the resort's Dolphin Lodge, which was known as the 'Spooky Hotel' for the film
While the accommodation was decorated with a tiki head at the entrance in the movie, the building has noticeably remained the same colour (pictured: movie set of the Spooky Hotel)
While the accommodation was decorated with a tiki head at the entrance in the movie that isn't on the building today, although it has noticeably remained the same colour.
The Tangalooma Resort's long jetty was also seen in Ms Grace's video and was often featured in the movie set as the 'Spooky Island Pier' filled with flags and signage that represented the frightening-looking theme park.
Ms Grace then revealed further parts of the island, such as the resort's pool, buildings used for sporting activities and accommodation, as well as groups of pelicans that often stand on the island's shore.
Tourists can visit the island on a day trip or stay in the accommodation for a holiday, and use the facilities where filming occurred.
The Tangalooma Resort's long jetty was also seen in Ms Grace's video and was often featured in the movie set as the 'Spooky Island Pier'
The characters from the 2002 film along the jetty at the Tangalooma Island Resort
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Tangalooma Jetty was used as 'Spooky Island Pier' in the movie and was decorated with flags and figures that represented the terrifying theme park (Pictured: stock image of the movie set decorations)
Many individuals were stunned by the revelation and didn't know the island was used as the location of 'Spooky Island' in the film.
One user wrote: 'You're telling me Spooky Island was in my state the WHOLE TIME?!'
'I was today years old when I found out it was filmed here,' wrote another.
Another user said: 'Omg my cruise docked here and we were on the ISLAND and I DIDN'T EVEN REALISE.'
While a fourth wrote: 'I've literally been here twice and had no idea - I now appreciate this place so much more.'
Many individuals were stunned by the revelation and didn't know the island was used as the location of 'Spooky Island' in the film (pictured: A scene from the Scooby Doo Spooky Island film)
People can visit the island for a day trip or stay in the accommodation for a holiday, and use the facilities where filming occurred (stock image of Tangalooma Resort)
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