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If you’re in the mood for some theatrical-based frights this Halloween season and don’t want to bother to see Countdown, here’s some good news. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is returning to theaters this weekend, and will run through Halloween. The creepy (but mostly family-friendly) horror flick adapts the iconic book series that traumatized children everywhere with its weird, drippy drawings.
Director André Øvredal confirmed the news about Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark returning to theaters himself via Twitter:
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SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK is back in over 1500 THEATRES all over North America this weekend and through Halloween!
The film is currently available on digital if you don’t want to leave your house, and it’ll be on Blu-ray November 4. But if you’re craving an excuse to see a scary movie in theaters, this is a good choice. As a hardcore fan of the book series, I was both curious and nervous to see how this film would turn out. The end result was (mostly) satisfying.
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I think the film’s approach as one straightforward narrative doesn’t quite work, and this would’ve been a better film had it adopted an anthology format. But beyond that, there’s some genuinely creepy stuff in here – it’s rated PG-13, but it’s a...
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