The Haunting Hour: Don't Think About It

2007

Fantasy / Horror / Thriller

161
IMDb Rating 5.7 10 2,808

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Brittany Curran as Priscilla Wright
Emily Osment as Lilly
Tobin Bell as The Stranger
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800.02 MB
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English 2.0
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23.976 fps
87 min
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English 2.0
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87 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by EJasonNYM 10 / 10 / 10

Very good family movie

The cartoon network is not my normal source for Sunday night movies but when I saw the previews for this new movie based on the R.L. Stein book it reminded me of my days of reading Goosebumps and decided to give it a try. I must say that I was pleasantly surprised as it was a fun movie with its share of spooky moments that children will love around Halloween time. The acting by the kids is well done, and Emily Osment (of Hannah Montanna) is great in the lead role. I recommend this to all parents wanting to watch a spooky movie with their kids. The version of the movie I saw was a special version in which Emily Osment did commentary along with the movie so that was pretty interesting too..I am not sure if this is on the DVD version but if it is it's an added bonus.

Reviewed by wAlang_surte 7 / 10 / 10

Completely Amazin'

I thought The Haunting Hour: Don't Think About It was amazing. Emily Osment was able to pull the far stretched character of Cassie, the goth girl very well. The movie is family oriented. The fact it is a horror/comedy meant for the family seemed odd to my opinion, but The Haunting Hour: Don't Think About It is now my favorite movie, granted I am a HUGE Emily Osment fan. Anyway, the movie was able to creep me out, without being grotesque. Although, I must admit the yellow monster goop towards the end of the movie was kind of weird looking. The nice part was, after being scared, a bit after there would be a part that would make you laugh a lil'. Whether it was Sean (Cody Linley) acting goofy with a shocker pen or Cassie (Emily Osment) saying her amusing lines. The movie also shows a bit of a lesson as well. That you should be yourself and that it's okay to be weird, lol. For instance, at the end Sean (Cody Linley) says to Cassie (Emily Osment) to "Stay weird." I personally loved the movie and hope you all do to. But one thing that did annoy me was the movie's script at certain points. For example, a bit before the end of the movie Sean (Cody Linley) says "Oh dang, gotta jet." I must admit, the line made me giggle but seriously, who speaks like that? Haha, anyway this is a great movie and worth watching on TV/buying the DVD. FYI, this is the opinion of a fourteen year old girl, if you were wondering(:

Reviewed by emilyyx33 7 / 10 / 10

Good Movie!

I'm not usually one to watch Cartoon Network, but I decided to make an exception for this movie. Young actress Emily Osment stars in this flick alongside Cody Linley and Alex Winzenread. The acting is very, very good in this movie.. Better than I expected it to be! Tobin Bell was also amazing as the shopkeeper. The storyline was exciting and mysterious. I liked that things didn't always work out for the characters the first time they tried it, like in most movies. The worst thing about this movie was the effects. The Evil Thing was clearly obviously fake, and the baby Evil Things looked like they were being pulled by string! But since that is the least of my complaints, I give this movie 7/10.

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