Guillermo Del Toro's Scary Stories To Inform In The Dark Gets Several New Television Spots
Pic is primarily based on Alvin Schwartz's YA novel series, which Del Toro has lengthy been a fan of and owns ten of the books' original illustrations by Stephen Gammell.
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The film promises to induce nightmares in young and old alike, via hair-raising scenes featuring slow-moving corpses hellbent on evil and bloated, menacing scarecrows come to life to haunt the onscreen characters who've dared to study their stories.
With a Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark movie on the way, nostalgic fans are once again clamoring for all issues associated to the children's horror book series that began it all.
Scary Stories' most infamous gross-out tale, "The Red Spot," is brought to life in this disturbing preview below.
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Initially, del ToroÂ was considering ofÂ directingÂ the film, but for unknown reasons he decided to only produce it and aid with the script.
Thanks to the 1980s story collection by Alvin Schwartz, Scary Stories to Inform in the Dark is already embedded deep in the psyche of a lot of children in North America, and soon after receiving a glimpse of the film adaptation produced by horror master Del Toro and directed by the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark talented AndrÃ© Ã˜vredal, I can confirm it really is about to freak out a complete new generation of kids and adults.