Featured Video Play Icon

Andre Ovredal and producer Guillermo del Toro bring the celebrated sleepover spine-chillers to the big screen with Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, a surprisingly plot-heavy youth horror riff for kids too old for Goosebumps but still too young for Eli Roth. A group of misfit friends find a cursed storybook and are soon haunted by the most iconic ghouls of the original Scary Stories illustrations — including the one our resident film critic could’ve gone his whole life without seeing in live action (uh-oh!).

This is Escape to the Movies with MovieBob, talking about Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.


Bob Chipman
Bob Chipman is a critic and author.

    Bite the Bullet, Roguelite ‘Eat ‘Em Up’ RPG Shooter, to Come to Consoles

    Previous article

    Still There Is a Sci-Fi Adventure Game About Isolation, Grief, and Coffee

    Next article

    You may also like