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The Haunting Hour DVD Review

The Haunting Hour DVD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Aug 30, 2007
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Emily Osment and Cody Linley of Hannah Montana star in the R.L. Stine flick, The Haunting Hour: Don't Think About It. Check out Kidzworld's DVD review right here!

The Haunting Hour: Don't Think About It is a new straight-to-DVD movie featuring Hannah Montana's Emily Osment and Cody Linley. Check out our review of this harrowing tale, from legendary author R.L. Stine!

The Haunting Hour - Don't Think About It

When a 13 year-old goth girl named Cassie (Emily Osment) moves to a new school, she's ostracized by the popular kids. She doesn't let it faze her, though. Instead, she starts playing tricks on them. Her search for weirder and spookier tricks leads her to a Halloween store, where she finds a book called The Evil Thing.

The Haunting Hour - A Gruesome Beast

Cassie reads the book to her brother, Max (Alex Winzenread). It tells the story of an evil flesh-eating creature that appears when you think about it. The story seriously freaks out Max and, despite his efforts, he can't stop thinking about it! The creature ends up capturing Max - along with Cassie's popular nemesis Priscilla (Brittany Curran). Now it's up to Cassie and her friend Sean (Cody Linley) to find them. But will they be able to stop themselves from thinking about The Evil Thing?

The Haunting Hour - Bottom Line

The Haunting Hour: Don't Think About It is the right mix of spooky and plain-old fun. Emily Osment and Cody Linley break out of their Hannah Montana personas, and newcomer Alex Winzenread really ups the fright factor. If you're a fan of R.L. Stine's books, don't think about missing this flick.

The Haunting Hour Rating:4

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EndlessDream
EndlessDream posted in Movies:
Well, in the comics he does die and Batman does kill him with kryptonite ( That's Superman's only weakness.) Because Superman turns bad because of red kryptonite. But that's like waaayyyy after the Justice League.
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6thBeatle
6thBeatle posted in Movies:
I agree with you!
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6thBeatle
6thBeatle posted in Movies:
I agree!
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6thBeatle
6thBeatle posted in Movies:
I don't think that Superman's dead. He's famous for so many years and did so many great things. He is the most popular superhero DC because he is the greatest. There's always a happy ending.
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ValenciaRose
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"EndlessDream" wrote:No. Obviously they need Superman for the Justice League. :) he moved in the corpse I swear o.o or the camera zoomed in on it at the end, obviously suggesting something. if the movies are in order we should find out yet i'm sure they are gonna need him for the upcoming movies. after all superheroes are, like, immortal.
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