Anthology series centered on teens facing supernatural threats, many based on the books by R.L. Stine.
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A preteen girl travels around the country continually stumbling over supernatural occurrences. Without anyone to believe her, she posts what she finds on her website entitled "So Weird".

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A group of kids get together in the woods, and tell ghost stories.

Stars: Ross Hull, Daniel DeSanto, Raine Pare-Coull
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 R.L. Stine (12 episodes, 2001-2002)
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31 August 2001 (USA)  »

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A Hora do Arrepio  »

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Some of the hastily-viewed items featured in the opening include (in this order): a clown-masked robber from "Tangled Web", a funhouse dummy from "My Name is Evil", the werewolf from "Full Moon Halloween", the moon that was the ending shot in "Four Eyes", the exploding crystal ball from "My Name is Evil", the document from "Fear Games", the coin from "Don't Forget Me", Buddy's doll head from "Scareful What You Wish For", the diary from "Dear Diary, I'm Dead", the Fatemaster's Lucky Charm case from "Locker 13", and the trophy from "School Spirit". See more »

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24 December 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I really like going back and seeing how my favorite stars got their start. To be honest, I expected The Nightmare Room to be kind of lame, but it wasn't. It was written by R.L. Stein, for kids, but the stories are actually interesting and have some neat twists. I saw it as the PG version of Tales From The Crypt and I actually enjoyed it quite a bit. The stories range from evil tempers, to killer dolls, and even a story about what would happen if all a kids lies came true. Even early on Shia LaBeouf had an intensity about him and Tania Raymonde (Lost) had a quirkiness that you see in their future roles. The Nightmare Room isn't what I'd call scary, but I think kids will love it and unlike most children stories, I think many adults would enjoy this too.


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