The Haunting Hour: Don't Think About It (2007)

PG   |  Video   |    |  Fantasy, Horror, Thriller


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Bullied by her peers, tired of her parents and bugged by her little brother, goth girl Cassie decides to get some harmless revenge by reading a scary book to her brother - summoning a monster in the process.


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  • Tobin Bell, Cody Linley, Emily Osment, Brittany Curran, Katelyn Pippy, Colleen Dengel, and Alex Winzenread in The Haunting Hour: Don't Think About It (2007)
  • Tobin Bell, Cody Linley, Emily Osment, Brittany Curran, Katelyn Pippy, Colleen Dengel, and Alex Winzenread in The Haunting Hour: Don't Think About It (2007)
  • Tobin Bell, Cody Linley, Emily Osment, Brittany Curran, Katelyn Pippy, Colleen Dengel, and Alex Winzenread in The Haunting Hour: Don't Think About It (2007)

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21 May 2016 | SnoopyStyle
6
| kiddie horror
Horror-obsessed Cassie Keller (Emily Osment) likes to scare his afraid little brother. She's the new student at Knoxville Jr High. She has a crush on Sean (Cody Linley). When she offers to help Sean on his Edgar Allan Poe book report, jealous Priscilla Wright (Brittany Curran) starts bullying her. Cassie buys a book "The Evil Thing" at a mysterious Halloween store from a mystery man (Tobin Bell). Priscilla wins Pumpkin Queen at the Halloween dance and Cassie plays a prank on her. Priscilla returns the favor on Halloween night. Cassie reads the book to her little brother despite the warning "Do Not Read Aloud" bringing forth something evil.

R.L. Stine is a widely liked kiddie horror series. It's usually similar to adult horrors without the grotesque or sexuality and at a lower horror level. This one is perfectly fine but the monsters look really cheesy. Emily Osment is able to walk the line between victim and pouty teen. It really needs to work on the creature effects. Actually, I would like mature horrors with children as protagonists. This could be that kind of horror if it's scarier with more grotesque realistic creatures.

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