October 28, 2010, 8PM
|Release on DVD||
September 13, 2011 (DVD)
August 28, 2012 (Blu-ray)
Halloween is Shrek's favorite holiday, and this year he is planning a night of frights — all done ogre-style. Instead of the usual tricks or treats, Shrek challenges Donkey, Puss in Boots and the other fairy tale creatures to spend the night in Lord Farquaad's abandoned castle of Duloc, while telling scary stories. The last one to be scared "Shrekless" wins, and is crowned King of Halloween.
Gingy goes first, claiming his story is true, but near the end of his story, he says the gingerbread zombies in his story ate him, scaring the Three Little Pigs and making them go "Wee, Wee, Wee All The Way Home". The Wolf is forced to leave as the Pigs are his "ride". After realizing the error in Gingy's story, Shrek rats out Gingy who then leaves to hide his embarrassment.
The remaining characters are Puss, Donkey, Shrek and Pinocchio. Puss and Donkey both attempt to tell their own story but end up cutting each other off in the middle of a sentence. Puss ends it by saying a giant waffle monster ate Donkey. However, Donkey comes out of the waffle's mouth and unleashes Puss' worst fear: getting sprayed with a spray bottle. Puss scurries off while Shrek says it's cheating.
Shrek finally tells his story about him playing the role of a babysitter sent to control a child who has gone mad (Pinocchio). After several mishaps, Shrek sends Pinocchio out of the window and him falling down the stairs. It turns out what was "possessing" him was none other than Jiminy Cricket who hid in Pinocchio's head controlling Pinocchio's thoughts. The story ends with Pinocchio smashing him as revenge. Pinocchio then runs out of the castle after Shrek shows him a cricket. Only Donkey and Shrek are left when Shrek decides to wait for Lord Farquaad's Ghost.
Suddenly, chairs start moving, the chandelier starts rocking, causing Donkey to think it's a prank when Shrek claims he's not behind this. A knight suddenly come to life, scaring Donkey out of the castle saying "Dooooooooooooonkeeeeeeeeeeeyyy!!!!" It turns out that Fiona used a strange megaphone for the voice and the babies were the knight. Fiona then says she has seven eggs which ends the story as the ogre family threw the eggs at the Seven Dwarfs.
- The Bride Of Gingy (parody of Bride Of Frankenstien)
- Boots Motel (parody of Psycho)
- The Shreksorcist (parody of The Exorcist)
- Mike Myers as Shrek
- Dean Edwards as Donkey
- Cameron Diaz as Princess Fiona
- Antonio Banderas as Puss in Boots
- Aron Warner as Big Bad Wolf
- Cody Cameron as Pinocchio, The Three Little Pigs
- Christopher Knights as Three Blind Mice
- Conrad Vernon as Gingy
- Chris Miller as Magic Mirror
- Kristen Schaal as Sugar
- Sean Bishop as Geppetto/Prince Charming/Dwarfs
Shrek, Fiona, Donkey & Puss In Boots perform Michael Jackson's Thriller music video on the streets of Far Far Away. Pied Piper brings the dead to life and makes them dance to Donkey singing Thriller.
- Princess Fiona
- The Ogre Triplets (Fergus, Farkle and Felicia)
- Puss in Boots
- King Harold
- Big Bad Wolf
- The Three Little Pigs
- The Three Blind Mice
- Pied Piper
- Lord Farquaad
- Fairy Godmother
- Prince Charming
- Captain Hook
- Headless Horseman
- Steve and Ed
- A couple of the costumes in the beginning of the film reference classic horror monsters. These include Count Dracula (worn by Puss) and the Mummy (worn by Gingy).
- Before Shrek declares the location of the storytelling contest, Puss quickly begins saying "Once upon a midnight dreary". This is the opening line to Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven", one of the most famous poems in history.
- When Donkey interrupts Puss with his own story, he talks about the infamous urban legend about organ harvesting. This involves travelers waking up in a bathtub with ice and no kidneys after getting drugged.
- This is the only Shrek film after the sequels to reference characters who only appeared in the first installment.
- Despite Fiona being biologically a human, she acts like ogres are the "kings" of Halloween, despite not being a biological ogre herself.
- Shrek calls ogres "kings" of Halloween, though the word "king" exclusively means a male monarchy, and never uses the phrase "kings and queens."