Buzz and Poppy: The Scary Night Noises

Theatrical Release: September 23, 2003
DVD Release: September 23, 2003
Buzz and Poppy: The Scary Night Noises


This exciting DVD for kids tells four stories that will entertain your child. “The Strange Round Thing” is about Buzz and Poppy discovering a new addition to the forest. “The Good Fun Challenge” deals with entering a contest and about winning and competing. The lesson is that you should do what is right, just for fun. “The Scary Night Noises” is about hearing scary noises at night and how to deal with them, and teaches that when you are afraid, you should place your trust in Him. “The Say Sorry Days” tells that it is good to say I’m sorry, but not only do you need to mean it, you also need to make the situation right.

Dove Review

There are four episodes in this exciting second “Buzz and Poppy” DVD: “The Strange Round Thing,” “The Good Fun Challenge,” “The Scary Night Noises” and “The Say Sorry Days.”

Buzz and Poppy find a new addition to the forest in “The Strange Round Thing.” They find this big round thing in the forest and don’t really know what it is, but they have fun with it and decide to share it with the entire forest. But, Wiley and his Thug Bugs have other ideas. What will Buzz and Poppy do as they learn to do good to others and share what they have with others?

In “The Scary Night Noises,” Buzz and Poppy hear strange noises at night that scare them and keep them awake. Their dad figures out that it is the old hinges on the door that are making the noises and he fixes the hinges. But, Wiley overhears Buzz and Poppy talking about their frightening experience on the way to school, and he decides to play a trick of his own. Will Buzz and Poppy get scared all over again, or will Wiley’s plan backfire? The animation is excellent and the stories are great fun for kids.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None


Company: Integrity Publishing
Writer: Jan and Trevor Yaxley
Director: Trevor Yaxley
Producer: Trevor Yaxley
Genre: Children
Runtime: 30 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Dave Lukens