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Reading Thoughts: THROUGH THE WOODS by Emily Carroll

I didn’t think I’d get creeped out by this graphic novel I stole from my boyfriend’s house…but I did. I live on a pretty busy street, and the city noise that seeps into my room is usually quite comforting. 66 more words

Book Review

What Would Superman Do About Batman v Superman?

Spurious versions, fundamentally wrongheaded premises, can, and often do, prevail from time to time, but eventually the character, Superman himself, Tulpa Superman, will–somehow, somehow–resist and reverse that meddling, reconstituting himself in the world as he means to be. 862 more words

Professor Geek Blog

The LEGO Movie Duo Join Guillermo Del Toro's 'SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK' Adaption

While writer-director Guillermo Del Toro will be adapting Alvin Schwartz’s beloved children’s book anthology SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK at CBS Films, The LEGO Movie  366 more words

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Guillermo del Toro to Bring us Some Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

by: Jay Carlson – Editor-in-chief

I was eight when my third grade teacher introduced our class to Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark around Halloween. 228 more words

Film

Guillermo Del Toro To Develop 'SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK' Adaption

Back in late 2013, CBS Films announced that they had acquired the rights to Alvin Schwartz’s beloved children’s book anthology SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK  456 more words

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Guillermo del Toro signs on for film adaptation of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

You might remember Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark from your childhood nightmares, in which case we have some good and bad news: Alvin Schwartz’s macabre children’s book anthology will soon be returning to haunt you as a feature film developed by… 295 more words

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Check Under the Bed....And in the Closet. Just Check the Whole House.

Don’t you roll your eyes at me because this trio of books I’m going to talk about seemingly belongs in the area of ‘To Be Read By Children.’ By the age of 13 I was already reading Stephen King and Clive Barker.  588 more words

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