Review: ‘LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales’ is All Treat (and That’s No Trick)

After a run-in with a handful of remaining First Order pilots, Poe Dameron is forced to divert his trip to Mustafar, landing just beyond the remains of Darth Vader’s castle.

He and BB-8 make a quick trek through the spooky woods, only to discover that Darth Vader’s castle is being turned into a holiday destination spot — with a few gags and gizmos that are very reminiscent of the Disney Parks.

Graballa the Hutt, an enterprising entrepreneur, talks Poe into becoming a spokesperson for Darth Vader’s Castle in return for letting the attraction’s resident repair boy Dean fix his grounded X-Wing.

In the span of forty-five minutes, a lot actually happens in the film. We get more terrifying tales, this time about Darth Maul and General Grievous which tie into the devious plans of Vaneé.

There are some absolutely hilarious callbacks to horror films like The Shining. 

And Poe and Dean are faced with some life-or-death decisions as they fight against Vaneé’s Transformer-like transformation.