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Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, The New Stranger Things Released, Dreadful for its Horror Elements but Lazy at Screenplay

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The horror genre is the next big category, after Superhero based stories that most of motion picture creators want to dive in and producers want to spend money on. Either it is on Television, or streaming services or even in the movie theater, the horror films have been a commercial success and critically acclaimed.

Horror stories that involved or revolved around the bunch of kids like It and Stranger Things have the crazy number of fans watching. Yes, the overwhelming fans freak out after watching creepy sequences, yet they always want more of such scary stories to binge-watch time and again. Thanks to Lionsgate and CBS Films, the horror fans will now again go nuts as the new horror film directed by André Øvredal, named Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark has just landed in the theaters.

The movie is insightful and surely will attract the horror fans with frightening horror elements depicted during the 108 minutes of run-time. This horror film is based on the book series, written for children by talented short horror stories writer Alvin Schwartz. The film stars Zoe Colletti, Michael Garza, Gabriel Rush, and Lorraine Toussaint.

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The film has quite similar Stranger Things and It tastes where a group of kids inspect the haunted house in Halloween. The movie sets in 1968 in America where a character named Sarah (belonging to a rich family, long-dead and now a ghost) writes a story on a book that eventually turns true and causes dreadful happenings to the Stella and kids. Now Stella and her love interest, Robin discovers the terrifying secrets of Sarah in order to stop the horrible happenings.

The film was loved by Horror-seeking enthusiasts but actually, the film received negative reviews for the screenplay. The Hollywood Reporter claimed the movie as the “lackluster adaptation.”

Aashish Dotel
I'm an ambitious teen at the nineteens with an open mind to learn and pick up the intensities of life. I live with my parents. I found writing would bring sort of glee in my mood and started doing the same back then. I am a student and I don't have much working history. Apart from that, I love to travel and criticize everything. I love to disappear into language and literature. No judgments, I'm as raw as they come.

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