Horror is a genre often thought to mostly enjoyed by adults. However, I was a kid that grew up loving everything horror. In fact, I can blame my fear of clowns growing up on watching IT as a child. It was around the 80s and early 90s when media companies started to take notice and produce horror content for kids. One of the first series of books, that I can remember, to do this was Scary Stories t...[Read More]
Guillermo del Toro and Nightmares If I ever wanted someone to make my nightmares real, Guillermo del Toro is my first, eighth, and only choice. On August 9, 2019, del Toro will torture us with a film adaptation of “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.” And if you haven’t seen the trailer yet, be prepared.
It’s been quite some time since it was announced that the popular children’s horror book, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, would be getting a movie adaptation. Now, we finally have a date set for when we should expect it to be released!
Books that every 90s kid read meant some of them were forced. They were on the reading list, or there was a book report due. But, more times than some of ya’ll might be willing to admit, we ended up loving those books. Others, though, we have obliterated from our memories. Hopefully none of those appear on this list, but I do apologize in advance if they do.