The official trailer for the Banana Splits horror movie is now out and the movie has been rated R. \tThe Banana Splits show originally takes place in the 1960s and is going through a revival period of horror.\u00a0 \tMany suspect the creators of the original shows to be on drugs while creating it. Yet, it was still a massive hit back then and still is now. Old-timey kids shows from the \u201960s are sure to invoke nostalgia when they return to TV screens, but this one might actually invoke fear or fright. Why? Because the \u201960s kids TV show\u00a0Banana Splits\u00a0is returning as a horror movie according to several reports. Snorky the elephant, Fleegle the beagle, Drooper the lion, and Bingo the gorilla are said to be terrorizing a family who comes to see the taping of the show as the plot of the film. \u00a0Will you be ready to take on the new twist to the\u00a0Banana Splits\u00a0gang? Information about the 'Banana Splits' horror movie According to\u00a0Movie Fone, the official synopsis is as follows: \u201cIn the upcoming horror thriller, a boy named Harley and his family attend a taping of \u2018The Banana Splits\u2019 TV show, which is supposed to be a fun-filled birthday for young Harley and business as usual for Rebecca, the producer of the series. But things take an unexpected turn \u2014 and the body count quickly rises. Can Harley, his mom and their new pals safely escape?\u201d WHAT? The series of this show was originally produced through Hanna-Barbera productions by Sid and Marty Krofft. Hanna-Barbera gave us timeless\u00a0classics throughout the decades such as\u00a0The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Scooby Doo, Fantastic Four, The Tom and Jerry Show,\u00a0and so many more. Banana Splits is remembered mostly by its psychedelic and far-out nature. Sid and Marty Krofft also produced other \u2018psychedelic\u2019 series such as\u00a0H.R. Pufnstuf, Land of the Lost,\u00a0and\u00a0The Bugaloos. Since Land of the Lost was known as a box office flop, it\u2019s safe to assume that this new Banana Splits film will likely be direct-to-movie and perhaps a television debut on the Syfy network. The Kroffts were apparently well-known back in the day for producing trippy shows that kind of made you feel like you were on drugs\u2026 or suspect the creators were on drugs while writing it. This was speculated so much that they spoke in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter in 2016 saying, \u201cYou cannot do a show stoned,\u201d denying claims that they were ever under the influence of anything. The show originally ran from September 7th, 1968, to September 5th, 1970, and in syndication from 1971 to 1982. It was only comprised of two seasons but went on to receive spin-off covers of their songs, comic books crossovers, and much more. Take a look at the first look of the film via the official trailer! It definitely looks pretty creepy. It's also rated R! Speaking of the 1960s, do you remember any of these slang terms from that time period? Maybe you used to say some of them or still do!