Alvin Schwartz’s Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark series was for all intents and purposes a celebrated children’s succession, joining R.L Stine’s Goosebumps as a viable segue into the cruelty category. Yet the iconic artwork by Stephen Gammell( before they were deemed too disturbing and subsequently redone by Brett Helquist) was the prototype of hallucination gasoline, with grotesque and recurring depictions of the book’s references and ghouls.

Now, years after the books have become a beloved staple, Oscar-winning director Guillermo Del Toro has launched the first look at his upcoming ardour job, a cinematic rendition of the Schwartz series. With Del Toro producing, and Trollhunter’s Andre Ovredal directing, the first official Scary Narration To Tell In The Dark trailer appears to have successfully laboured in various of the classic tales, including follower favourites “Harold” and “The Red Spot.”

Insofar as planned disappears, it looks like groupings of boys discover a journal in an deserted dwelling, to be prepared by Sara Bellows – classic fright setup. Regrettably, the book is recurred, and each reputation is forced to contend with a different mysterious menace. Check out the first look below, and sound off. Will you two are checking this one out?

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