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Open Season: Scared Silly

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Open Season: Scared Silly
Open Season Scared Silly (2016) DVD Cover.jpg
DVD cover
Directed byDavid Feiss
Screenplay byCarlos Kotkin
Story bySteve Barr
David Feiss
Stephan Franck
Paul McEvoy
John Norton
Kris Pearn
Based onCharacters by
Steve Moore
John B. Carls
Jill Culton
Anthony Stacchi
Produced byJohn Bush
StarringDonny Lucas
Will Townsend
Melissa Sturm
Trevor Devall
Garry Chalk
Kathleen Barr
Edited byMaurissa Horwitz
Music byRupert Gregson-Williams
Dominic Lewis
Distributed bySony Pictures Home Entertainment
Release date
  • December 18, 2015 (2015-12-18) (Turkey)
  • March 8, 2016 (2016-03-08) (United States)
Running time
85 minutes
CountryUnited States
Budget$5.5 million[1]
Box office$1.8 million[2]

Open Season: Scared Silly (also known as Open Season 4: Scared Silly or simply Open Season 4) is a 2015 Canadian-American computer-animated comedy film produced by Sony Pictures Animation, with animation provided by Rainmaker Entertainment.[3] It is the fourth installment of the Open Season film series following 2006’s Open Season, 2008’s Open Season 2 and 2010’s Open Season 3.

The film was directed by David Feiss, creator of Cartoon Network and Hanna-Barbera's Cow and Chicken / I Am Weasel, and produced by John Bush, with music by Rupert Gregson-Williams and Dominic Lewis. With the exception of Melissa Sturm and Michelle Murdocca, none of the voice cast from the previous installments reprised their roles in this film. It theatrically premiered in Turkey on December 18, 2015 and was released direct-to-video in the United States and Canada on March 8, 2016.

The film serves as a direct sequel to Open Season, ignoring the events of both its sequels Open Season 2 and Open Season 3, with characters such as the pets, Ursa and Elliot's children being absent.[4]

The film was the franchise's first financial disappointment, only grossing $1.8 million against a budget of $5.5 million.


A few months after the events of the first film, Elliot tells a campfire story about the legend of the Wailing Wampus Werewolf that is said to live in the Timberline National Forest one night. Boog is terrified by the story and decides to "chicken out" of their annual camping trip until he knows that the werewolf is gone. Determined to help Boog overcome his fears, Elliot, Mr. Weenie, and the other woodland animals band together to scare the fear out of Boog and uncover the mystery of the Wailing Wampus Werewolf.

Former hunter Shaw, now a tour guide, returns to Timberline to get revenge on Boog and Elliot for defeating him and witnesses an unseen creature in the forest (which turns out to be Ian, a deer who is Elliot’s rival, in a disguise). Shaw begs Gordy to reopen hunting season and he reluctantly does so. Despite being told to only hunt down the werewolf, Shaw becomes determined to not only catch it, but also hunt down Boog and Elliot. To do so, Shaw recruits his old friends Ed and Edna, the owners of Poutine Palace, a restaurant serving poutine. Meanwhile, a heartbroken Elliot catches the werewolf by himself after Boog angrily breaks up with him. As Boog walks through the forest, Elliot’s girlfriend Giselle catches up to him and tries to convince him that Elliot was trying to help him overcome his fear and that Elliot is headed toward Dead Bear Gulch, but fails.

Meanwhile, a starving Mr. Weenie starts to believe that he is the werewolf. At Dead Bear Gulch, Elliot and Mr. Weenie are both caught by the werewolf, who is actually Shaw in a costume; fortunately, Boog and his friends leap to the rescue. Shaw is eventually overpowered and defeated, permanently shutting down open season. Gordy meets up with Boog, having recognized the bear's handiwork in defeating Shaw, and rewards him with a few treats. The animals then discover that the werewolf is real, but Elliot befriends him by dancing with him as he joins their campout. The next morning, Bobbie and Bob happily return to their RV with Mr. Weenie, and Bobbie tells Mr. Weenie that today is his birthday. The werewolf asks Boog to wear the female werewolf costume one more time, but Boog angrily refuses.



Open Season: Scared Silly was first announced on June 11, 2015.[5] The first trailer was released on November 1, 2015.[6]


Like its predecessors Open Season 2 and Open Season 3, the film was released theatrically in different countries:[7]

Home media

The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray in the United States and Canada on March 8, 2016, by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.[3]


Renee Schonfeld from Common Sense Media gave it a positive review, saying, "Talented voice actors, along with a clever story and script, make this very funny film a cut above most direct-to-DVD fare for kids and families".[8]

Possible sequel

In an interview with ComicBook in 2016, Feiss hinted at the possibility of a fifth film stating: "You can never be too sure, but I have a feeling that we will be seeing an Open Season 5. Everybody likes the characters and the movie and the way it turned out, so I would be surprised if there wasn’t a Open Season 5. I know people want to do another."[9]


  1. ^ Failes, Ian (November 1, 2016). "From 'Cow & Chicken' to 'Open Season': Q&A with David Feiss". Cartoon Brew. Archived from the original on November 1, 2016. Retrieved November 1, 2016.
  2. ^ "Open Season: Scared Silly".
  3. ^ a b "'Open Season: Scared Silly' Lands on Retail March 8". Animation World Network. February 19, 2016. Retrieved October 28, 2017.
  5. ^ "'Open Season: Scared Silly' Due for Spring 2016 Release". Rotoscopers. June 12, 2015.
  6. ^ "Trailer for 'Open Season: Scared Silly' Debuts". Rotoscopers. November 2015.
  7. ^ "Open Season: Scared Silly". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved May 6, 2017.
  8. ^ "Open Season: Scared Silly". March 7, 2016.
  9. ^ "EXCLUSIVE: Director DAVID FEISS Talks OPEN SEASON: SCARED SILLY And More". ComicBookMovie.

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