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The Haunting Hour: Don't Think About It (2007)

Bullied by her peers, tired of her parents and bugged by her little brother, goth girl Cassie decides to get some harmless revenge by reading a scary book to her brother - summoning a monster in the process.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Priscilla Wright (as Brittany Elizabeth Curran)
Alex Winzenread ...
First Guy (as Matthew Angel)
Jack Keller
Nigel Ash ...
Colin Burnes ...
Barbara Russell ...
Lunch Lady
John P. Hopkins ...
Magician at Halloween Dance
Eric Johnson ...
First Student


Cassie's life changes when she moves and attends a high school ruled by the most beautiful girl in school, Priscilla, and her beautiful sidekicks. Priscilla immediately takes a dislike to Cassie, and soon it's a battle between the two. But when Priscilla goes missing, along with Cassie's younger brother, Max, Cassie must go on an adventure and search for them before it's too late... Written by A Fan

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for scary content and thematic elements | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

4 September 2007 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

A Coisa Maligna: Não Pense Sobre Isso  »

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Box Office


$3,000,000 (estimated)

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Two versions were released on DVD in the USA: a widescreen version and a fullscreen version. See more »


After Cassie finishes reading Max 'The Evil Thing', she shuts the door all the way. But when Max comes out screaming a few minutes later, the door is ajar without Max opening it. See more »


Eileen Keller: [to Cassie] You know, you might make new friends if you didn't try SO hard to be different!
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Crazy Credits

The behind the scenes music video of Emily Osment's "I Don't Think About It" plays throughout the end credits. See more »


References Pokémon (1997) See more »


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Written by Alan Tyndall, Julius Tuazon, Johnny Gallegos and Josh Finesilver
Performed by Failed Flight
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Enjoyable and entertaining teeny-bopper horror effort
25 February 2013 | by (Los Angeles, Ca) – See all my reviews

After trying to scare her brother with a tale of a monstrous creature, a teen finds that the titular creature has been released into the world and must try to stop it before it consumes more people from their town.

This one ended being a pretty interesting teeny-bopper horror film that's quite fun. This is mostly due to the fact that it's more of teen drama in the first half before it focuses on the book and the creature being released, yet strangely none of this is really all that bad or boring. Though a majority of these scenes serve as the building of their relationship and home-life that gives their relationship a nice touch with all their teasing and tormenting, and the school troubles thrown in there's a great balance here of acceptable teen melodrama with the flirtings of a decent horror story. However, once the switch-over occurs, it's a lot more enjoyable here, starting with a creepy legend at the center of the film told within the book that's all quite fun overall. Moreover, this lead-up into a fantastic creature back-story allows for some highly enjoyable attacks scenes here which enable this one to really become worthwhile here, as the initial attack on the delivery-man and the later encounter in the park where it captures her friend with a rather tense and chilling stalking scene amidst the wooded area surrounding the park all coming off as pretty fun encounters. The creature' stalking them in the house is even more fun with some great stalking and a couple close-encounters while setting up the manner of defeating the creature found in the finale in its sewer-cave underground which is quite fun with the chilling crawl through the webbed tunnel the creature left behind, the confrontation in the pit with the hatched infants and the big confrontation with the creature that puts their knowledge learned earlier that gives this quite a fun amount of action. Along with a main creature that looks fantastic and has a lot of realism to it being a live-action creation and an overall sense of fun that arrives from the whole affair, there's not a whole lot to dislike here. However, due to the teen appearance and all of the focus surrounding them still making it entertaining despite the lack of focus on the horror angles, it doesn't have the air of danger it really should since nothing's going to get too frightening or dangerous for them and it won't really wallow in the usual trappings the genre normally dishes out, which makes for the film's one big flaw. It might make for a strained viewing getting past that once those get brought out and start holding up the plot somewhat. Otherwise, it's still not all that bad of a film.

Rated PG: Violence and children-in-jeopardy.

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