Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019)
Tuesday 1st October 2019
Get ready to be absolutely terrified when Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark arrives Blu-ray and DVD from Universal Pictures (UK). The highly anticipated film adaptation of the iconic book series brings the thrills and chills of some of Alvin Schwartz's scariest stories to life.
Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is produced by Academy Award® winner Guillermo del Toro (2017, The Shape of Water, Best Director), with screen story by Guillermo Del Toro and Patrick Melton & Marcus Dunstan, written for the screen by Dan Hageman & Kevin Hageman, and directed by André Øvredal (The Autopsy of Jane Doe, Trollhunter).
The film stars Zoe Margaret Colletti (Annie, Wildlife, Rubicon), Michael Garza (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, Wayward Pines, Timeless), Dean Norris (Breaking Bad, Claws, Scandal), Lorraine Toussaint (Selma, Into the Badlands, Orange is the New Black), Austin Zajur (Fist Fight, Wonder Pets!, Kidding), and Natalie Ganzhorn (The Stanley Dynamic, Make it Pop).
It's 1968 in America. Change is blowing in the wind... but seemingly far removed from the unrest in the cities is the small town of Mill Valley, where for generations the shadow of the Bellows family has loomed large. It is in their mansion on the edge of town that Sarah, a young girl with horrible secrets, turned her tortured life into a series of scary stories, written in a book that has transcended time. For a group of teenagers who discover Sarah's terrifying home, the stories become all too real in this spine-tingling film.
Take home Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and immerse yourself in the terrifying world with exclusive special features, including six featurettes on the Blu-ray and two featurettes on the DVD looking at the development of the creepiest creatures in the film, as well as the process of taking these classic tales from page to screen!
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.