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Whether it was a cheap production or not, those monies could have been used for something much better. I'm going to give credit for trying to continue on the original Eerie Indiana (1991), but there is nothing that captured me with this version. Just as in movie sequels. If the sequel does not have any actors from the first movie, it wont be the same! If you watched the original Eerie Indiana and fell in love with those characters then the actors that played them will stay as the "real" characters, if you know what I mean. Seeing those actors as Mitchell and Stanley makes me wanna cry. It just looks like a parody on Marshall and Simon! And how can I say this without being rude... Mitchell and Stanley isn't the most "manly" names either... it's all a parody! I'm sorry but this version did not work at all for me! Omri, Justin, Jason... everyone from Eerie (1991) only gets sorely missed watching this version. It's so so so so sad that the show was canceled, but if ever making a remake... I doubt I would like it. If ever making a "sequel" kinda thing it would need to have the same actors... just an older version...
Over and out!
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