Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark




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On Halloween night in Mill Valley, Pennsylvania, 1968, three teenage friends – Auggie, Chuck and horror-obsessed amateur writer Stella – decide to explore a local haunted house which once belonged to a family who helped found the town. Whilst exploring, the trio stumble upon a secret room and find a book of scary stories written by the daughter of the family, Sarah Bellows, who has been mysteriously removed from all family photographs in the property. Later that night, Stella discovers that new stories are being written in the book which relate to people she knows in her town, including her friends. Stella must warn them of the murderous and monstrous literary characters coming to life before it’s too late, in this adaptation of a popular book series.

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Scenes of sustained horror.

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