Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark…2?

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Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark 2 will be most likely be a continuation of the first film.

During Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’s climax, the Jangly Man attempts to kill Stella’s new friend Ramón Morales, who revealed to be a draft dodger. At the local hospital, audio recordings show that Ephraim Bellows conducted experiments on his sister at that exact location during the late 19th century. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark reaches its primary conflict, as Stella convinces Sarah that she was victimized and inadvertently turned in a monster full of rage. Stella writes a new story in blood and states that she and Ruth Steinberg will attempt to find Auggie and Chuck.

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark grossed $20.84 million in its opening weekend. It wouldn’t be at all surprising if a sequel were put into development soon. After all, there’s plenty more source material to use.

Assuming that Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark 2 is “fast-tracked,” the sequel could begin filming in the first half of 2020 for a 2021 release date.

Personally I…enjoyed it!!! However, I like bad movies…take me with a massive grain of salt….and an enormous love of the genre!

4 out of 5 coffins

Fun story…great artwork!!!

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