Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (PG-13) (6.75)

6.8 out of 10 stars (6.8 / 10)

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    The Review

    Halloween, a time for tricks and treats. There comes an age where the fun comes to an end for many of us. That’s where these kids find themselves. They are young enough to still have fun yet they are old enough that they realize this may be their last. Little do they know how literal that statement might be. In an attempt to get back at someone who has tortured them, they take things a bit to far and it backfires. While trying to escape, they encounter an unexpected ally. In the spirit of the night, they decide to go explore a haunted house. When they uncover a secret, they will find themselves struggling to survive. All of the answers lie within the pages of the journal of a young girl. As they begin to uncover what really happened to cause all of this, their lives become permanently intertwined with the secrets in the journal. Will any of them escape the dreaded stories? or is their fate sealed in blood? Find out for yourself…

    Let’s hope this is the first of many stories that this could lead towards, pay attention to the details, they’re more important than you realize.

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