André Øvredal’s adaptation of the children’s horror classic SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK is full of gruesome effects and terrifying monsters, but struggles to come together as a compelling narrative.
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This movie is well worth cracking open for a peek.
André Øvreda has taken an elegant premise and built a beautiful and unnerving old school spook-show around it.
Finely-crafted, enjoyable, and legitimately scary.
Related: THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE: Shannon says see it, too! The Autopsy of Jane Doe, from André Øvredal, is a finely-crafted, enjoyable, and legitimately scary film that is essentially one long bottled set piece in a beautiful (and wildly fanciful) imagination of a gothic subterranean mortuary. I want some of today’s lazier haunted house hallway fetishists