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R.L. STINE’S THE HAUNTING HOUR: THE SERIES
R.L. Stine, the reigning king of children’s horror, is back with two all-new DVD collections from the award-winning second season of the Hub Network’s hit television series “R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series.” On September 3rd, 2013, Shout! Factory, in collaboration with the Hub Network, will unleash R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series – Volume 5 and Volume 6 on home entertainment shelves nationwide. Guaranteed to excite kids and their families with creepy chills, each DVD collection is packed with spooky stories and all-new bonus content guaranteed to thrill you and your parents like never before.
Delivering spine-tingling tales, the award-winning “R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series” features guest star appearances from some of young Hollywood’s biggest names, including Dakota Goyo (Real Steel), Liam James (The Killing), Joel Courtney (Super 8), Dylan Minnette (Awake), Riley Griffiths (Super 8). Jean-Luc Bilodeau (Kyle XY) and Frankie Jonas (Jonas L.A.) Join these talented young actors as they coax you through the creepy and crawly stories of The Haunting Hour’s outrageously fun second season.
“R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series” is currently presented Saturdays at 6 and 6:30 p.m. (ET) on the Hub, Network a television destination for kids and their families. The popular children’s anthology series recently received the 2013 Daytime Emmy® Award for Outstanding Children’s Series from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, and is a recipient of multiple Parents Choice Awards.
Setting the gold standard for contemporary horror for kids, world-renowned children’s author R.L. Stine has penned hundreds of horror stories and sold over 400 million books worldwide. Stine is the recipient of a Children’s Choice Award, and holds the Guinness World Record for the #1 best-selling children’s book author for three years running.
R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series – Volume 5 DVD
Scary Mary, Part 1
Scary Mary, Part 2
A Look Behind The Screams
R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series – Volume 6 DVD
Creature Feature, Part 1
Creature Feature, Part 2
Brush With Madness
A Look Behind The Screams
My daughter takes after her mom, she just loves a good scare. I was very fortunate to be able to check out The Shout Factory’s new dvd’s R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour: The Series Volumes 5 & 6 My daughter and I had a nice mommy and daughter movie night. We bought some candy and popped some popcorn shut off the lights and began the scare fest! Now if some of you are not aware of R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour:
The Series, it is kid friendly scary.. it can get a little scary but it is in no way terrifying like adult horror films can be. My daughter and I enjoys the two dvd volume 5 and volume 6. Each dvd has 5 episodes. We especially loved Swarmin' Norman from volume 5. Norman, a bug-loving, bullied boy discovers that he has the power to control insects, and uses his newfound power to get back at his tormentors. What would it be like to have a brother who loved bugs as much as Norman?? Well scary and cool of course! My daughter is not a fan of bugs at all so this episode really creped her out, but it was still cool to watch.
Our favorite from volume 6 was Mascot this episode was scary. Willie and Drake hate their school mascot, Big Yellow, and decide to replace him with something more conventional (like a gray wolf). But after the gray wolf mascot disappears, Willie and Drake must break into the school after hours to find him -- and soon discover the secret behind Big Yellow. Yello’s secret was scary I can see why this can be a scary show. I loved the “A Look Behind the Screams” featurette, it was fun to see how the shows were made a great extra. But overall we really loved these dvds and I would recommend them.
The dvd’s arrive on 9/3/13 and retail for only $15.00 each. They are affordable and fun for the kids. If you have a special little Valentine this would make a wonderful valentine’s day surprise for that special someone. These movies are creepy but not horrifying. I would still recommend these shows for ages 8 and up, any younger I think it would be a little to creepy for them, and I would not want the little ones to have nightmares.
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