The Banana Splits Movie is a 2019 direct-to-video horror movie from Warner Bros. It was released 27 August 2019 after premiering at San-Diego Comic Con on 18 July earlier that year. It was first aired on the Syfy channel 12 October 2019 for the Halloween season. It was rated R by the MPAA for "horror violence and gore".
Harley and his family attend a taping of The Banana Splits live show for his birthday. However, the stars of the show turn out to be robots, and due to some form of malfunction, the four comedic and active animal musicians turn the laughter-fest into a slaughter-fest.
- Eric Bauza as Fleegle, Bingo, Drooper, Announcer
- Dani Kind as Beth
- Finlay Wojtak-Hissong as Harley
- Romeo Carere as Austin
- Steve Lund as Mitch
- Maria Nash as Zoe
- Naledi Majola as Paige
- Richard White as Stevie
- Sara Canning as Rebecca
- Celina Martin as Poppy
- Kiroshan Naidoo as Thadd
- Keeno Lee Hector as Jonathan
- Lia Sachs as Parker
- Lionel Newton as Karl
- Daniel Fox as Andy
- Jenna Saras as Parker's Mom
- Lily Spangenberg as Sloppy Time Girl, Ashley
- Vash Singh as Doug
- Nicky Rebelo as Sal
- Liza Scholtz as Zoe's Mom
- This is the first Hanna-Barbera movie that is a horror/thriller.
- It is the first horror movie adapted from a preexisting children's property.
- The movie's script was allegedly originally made for the upcoming Five Nights at Freddy's movie, which would explain why the movie's version of The Banana Splits are robots instead of actors in costumes. The script was turned into The Banana Splits Movie because Blumhouse got the rights to the FNAF movie, and Scott Cawthon didn't like the original script, saying that he wanted more in the FNAF movie than a typical setting where plush toys come to life.
- The costumes themselves are reused costumes from The Banana Splits remake, but have slight upgrades on their appearance. For example, Drooper has bigger eyes.
- Not counting the original unreleased version of Scooby-Doo, this is the first Hanna-Barbera movie to be given an R rating by the MPAA, due to the gory death scenes in the movie.
- As Scooby-Doo was initially aiming for a PG-13 rating (before it was decided to go with a family-friendly PG rating after receiving an unexpected R rating when submitting the film), The Banana Splits Movie is different as it was planned to be R-rated from the start.