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What to know: Wonderful tales.
Recommended age 8-12
110 minutes
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"Lily was excited to see a doll that looked just like her. But the doll was mean and did bad things that Lilly was blamed for." "A boy was walking to school and took a short-cut, where he found someone buried in leaves. The next day, bullies waited for the boy, and wanted to teach them a lesson. The spirit of a dead High School boy heard him and made a deal: if he took care of the bullies, the boy would owe him his life!" "Scary." "Shocked." "Petrified." "I like when the doll gets run over by a car and can't do evil things anymore." "Would love to watch it again!" "Full of suspense and action." "The house explodes to get the family to realize all they really need is each other." "Get out your flashlight, grab a friend, get ready for chills and screams!"
Takes you through five thrilling eerie tales. Wonderful tales. Kids will be hiding their eyes and jumping out of their seats. Is the doll really trading places with the girl? Are the bullies going to get the best of you or will you find help from a ghost? These stories will make you laugh, shiver and wonder - what's really going on? These shows help children understand that it is natural for siblings to feel frustrated with each other, but when push comes to shove, they are there for you in times of trouble. Involves children and their families in dramas that keep you on the edge of your seat. There is no graphic violence and just the right amount of suspense to keep you watching until the end.
Anthological storytelling returns to television in this series that embraces the thrill of the chill, the nervous page-turning giggle and the scream that only comes when someone - or something - touches your shoulder on a dark and stormy night. Includes 5 episodes: Really You, Part 1; Really You, Part 2; The Dead Body; A Creature was Stirring; Nightmare Inn. Plus bonus features.
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