"You know we're not actually afraid of fire, right? You should've done some research or something."
When Quaffine delivers that line, it's extremely powerful because it completely encapsulates what the entire film is all about. On the surface, this is just your typical horror comedy aimed at younger audiences. But digging deeper into it, you will see the subtle self-awareness seeping through with each line of dialogue. Thank God I was able to catch this masterpiece when it first aired on the Disney channel in summer of 2011, a year where they were consistently pumping out other timeless classics like this one (Lemonade Mouth and Good Luck Charlie, It's Christmas just to name a couple). Recommended? Absolutely.