Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark: cuentame un cuento de terror
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20 minutes ago
What was your favorite genre as a kid? I’ve been super into scary things for as long as I can remember - I don’t remember ever being more scared than excited about new horror movies and books!
I read the SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK books by Alvin Schwartz multiple times as a little girl, and the creepy sketches and pencil drawings in the books were some of the very first things that inspired me to want to make art. While my art stuff isn’t typically “scary”, I do still have a fantasy of creating something horrifying (and colorful) eventually! 👻🌈
My boyfriend flew up to visit this past weekend, and we saw the new SCARY STORIES movie. I liked it a lot, and the way they brought Stephen Gammell’s illustrations from the stories to “life” in the film were so, so cool!
Have you seen it yet? Did you read these books as a kid? 📚
"The haunt came across the room, straight to him, and took hold of his coat. It was a young woman about twenty year old. Her hair was torn and tangled and the flesh was dropping off her face so he could see the bones and part of her teeth. She had no eyeballs, but there was a sort of blue light way back in her eye sockets. A s she had no nose to her face"
LOVING my new Scary Stories to tell in the Dark tee from @coffincotton
🎵 don't you ever laugh as a hearse goes by for you may be the next to die🎵
51 minutes ago
We like to thank the director of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Andre Ovredal for liking our review, we appreciate the support. Check out Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, it’s a fun time at the movies 🔥📽 #scarystoriestotellinthedark