The movie opens with a shot of a gigantic, opulent KISS-themed amusement park.
Which raises a whole lot of questions right off the bat, especially since the globe they’re holding has a flaming bit at the top that makes it look like a bomb.
Cut to guy screaming on a rollercoaster. Nothin’ too odd, until he pulls up to another dude fixing something at a control kiosk…
…suspended hundreds of feet in the air, with no ladder or alternative way to get up or down.
Kinda seems like a control center that you can only get to if the rollercoaster is already working properly defeats the purpose of itself, but sure, whatever.
Then, a floating baddie appears, wearing a Transformers mask and an outfit featuring stainless-steel seashells.
Because Scooby-Doo, that’s why.
They freak out and make some great faces, understandably…
…and she forces them to ride the gigantic snake-with-eye-makeup-themed rollercoaster, less than understandably.
While they ride it at high speeds and freak out some more, she then proceeds to try to off them with some sort of energy blast…
…but misses, because they were, well…. riding on the super fast rollercoaster she forced them to ride.
Look, um, Seashell Transformer Lady… I don’t want to tell you how to do your job as a mystical evildoer or anything, but… next time, if you want to hit someone with your magical energy beam, maybe you could skip the “make them ride on a rollercoaster” step entirely?
Just from a planning perspective, it seems a little counterintuitive… now, please don’t get mad at me for saying that and force me to ride a snake-with-eye-makeup-themed rollercoaster….