Adder Carballo is obsessed with "hunting vampires" and does his job by thinking and acting as a vampire would. On vacation he drags his family to Wisteria, a town rumored to be an area of vampires, ...
A group of kids calling themselves "The Midnight Society" spends each episode sitting around a campfire swapping scary stories. Creepy, but never gory or excessively frightening, common subjects included haunted houses, what goes on behind the neighbor's walls, and other things that go bump in the night. Written by
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To pay homage to Rod Serling, show creator D.J. MacHale had the kids say "Submitted for the approval of the Midnight Society" at the beginning of each story. To introduce each episode of Twilight Zone (1959), Serling would say to the audience, "Submitted for your approval..." See more »
Even though the Region 1 DVDs from Direct Source say that the series is appropriate for all ages, the series was actually rated TV-Y7 when aired on television. See more »
[repeated line, after someone calls him a nutbag behind his back]
And by the way... I am *not* a nutbag!
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during the 90's a lot of things were either horrible or stupid. I'm talking about TV shows. Are you afraid of the dark? is the only show where every saturday night kids get scared. The show was fun until the people of nickelodeon decided to take it off the air and now nickelodeon is one of the stupidest networks ever. The best thing about the show whenever Dr. Vink or Mr. Sardo came along. The best episodes were the tale of laughing in the dark; the tale of dark music; the tale of the prom queen; the tale of the quiet libriain; the tale of the midnight madness; the tale of cutter's treasure; the tale of the pinball machine; the tale of the nightly neighbors and the tale of the whispering walls.
"Vink's the name. Dr. Vink" "Dr. Fink?" "Vink! With a V-V-V!"
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