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Monday, August 16, 2021

The General Mills Cereal Monsters Remake the “Monster Mash” in Fun New Official Song and Video!

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the General Mills Monster Cereals, and as part of the celebration, a special mashup “Monster Mash” cereal is headed to store shelves soon!

Count Chocula, Franken Berry, Boo Berry, and even Yummy Mummy and Fruit Brute (not seen since 2013!) are all joining forces for the mashup cereal, which celebrates the 50th birthday of the line’s launch with the Count Chocula and Franken Berry cereals back in 1971. Boo Berry followed in 1973, with Fruit Brute coming along in 1974 and Yummy Mummy in 1988.

Both Fruit Brute and Yummy Mummy were short-lived and never quite caught on the way their monster pals did, and this will be the first time they’ve been back in nearly ten years.

The “Monster Mash” cereal is described as an “artificially berry flavored frosted cereal with monster marshmallows,” and it’s a true hybrid of all four of the beloved Halloween cereals.

The monsters are coming together not only for the “Monster Mash” cereal this year, but also for their very own supergroup remake of the classic Halloween song of the same title!

You can listen to the remake below, which comes with a fun “Behind the Music” video!

Find Monster Mash Cereal at your local grocer, along with Count Chocula Cereal, Boo Berry Cereal, and Franken Berry Cereal. Available for a limited time this fall, on the road to Halloween.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/videos/3678515/general-mills-cereal-monsters-remake-monster-mash-fun-new-official-song-video/

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