The shadow of the Bellows family has loomed large in the small town of Mill Valley for generations. It's in a mansion that young Sarah Bellows turns her tortured life and horrible secrets into a series of scary stories. These terrifying tales soon have a way of becoming all too real for a group of unsuspecting teens who stumble upon Sarah's spooky home.
A documentary about children's horror classic Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. It includes the author's family, scholars, folklorists, artists, and children's book authors such as R.L. Stine, Q.L. Pearce, and more.
This kid-friendly collection of slightly spooky animated tales includes an adaptation of Mike Thayer's "The Teacher from the Black Lagoon," about a boy's wild nightmares concerning his teacher on the first day of school. Other stories include Tomi Ungerer's "The Three Robbers," James Stevenson's "What's Under My Bed?" and Caroline Stutson's "By the Light of the Halloween Moon," in which a clever girl foils the plans of holiday ghouls.
A young woman is run over by a car because she's constantly staring at her phone. After a stay in a hospital it turns out that the accident has granted her extrasensory powers and enables her to see ghosts. Despite being told to ignore her new powers by an occultist, she proceeds to use her gift to help people with their ghost troubles.
When out drinking with her friends, Ayaka meets Hiro and they start a relationship. While they get along great and do a lot of sex, they both start receiving threatening text messages and soon discover they are being stalked by a crazy woman who loves iguanas.
True ghost stories described and/or narrated by the survivor involved and commences with the name and location of the one submitting the story. Each of the three collections begins with a series of creepy real-life photographs in which strange appendages or faces appear while a rather ominous narrator suggests you are now entering the highway to HELL. Three stories in the first TV-movie: The Lonely Girl Spiritual Flight Mystery of the Red Earring
Three more paranormal narratives, from the folks who presented "Scary True Stories": The Gymnasium in Summer House of Restless Spirits The Hospital at Midnight
Four more paranormal narratives: Be Gone, Crone!: My Friend at the Stairwell; Paralysis; The Black Hair at the Abandoned Building
Masha explains why there's no need to be scared of things like monsters, the dark, going to a new school, thunder and other common childhood fears.