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These Disney Channel Original Halloween Movies Will Make You Scream (With Joy)

While the world anxiously awaits the start of 13 Nights of Halloween on Freeform every Fall, another channel holds a lot of classic (and pretty damn scary) Halloween movies. If you're a late '80s or early '90s kid, chances are that you grew up watching the Disney Channel and all of it's amazing original movies. And while they blessed the world with classics like Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century and Smart House, their seasonal ones were on an entirely different level. Films like Can of Worms and Halloweentown were more fun and relatable (who didn't feel Marnie's pain of wanting to be a witch?), but others were just plain scary. Remember when Don't Look Under the Bed was actually taken off the air after parents complained it was too scary? Or how the music from Phantom of the Megaplex haunted your dreams? Look back at all 12 Disney Channel original Halloween movies now!
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12 Scary Movies From Your Childhood That Probably Made You Wet the Bed

We love reminiscing about movies from our childhood. From summertime favorites like The Sandlot and Now and Then to unforgettable classics like Mrs. Doubtfire and The Little Rascals, we could watch those nostalgic films anytime, anywhere. But in addition to all of those gems, we also got a few, well, darker ones. Most of them are also classics that we have grown to love (with all the lights on), but there was a time with certain "kid-friendly" movies just scared the sh*t out of us. In between Gremlins invading our innocent dreams and Don't Look Under the Bed affecting our ability to turn on the Disney Channel, our trust in those PG ratings was well and truly tested. Now that we've grown up (for the most part) and are able to appreciate these movies for what they are, we can look back on the terrifying moments with fondness. Keep scrolling if you dare.
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23 Things You Never Knew About Disney Channel's Original Movies

Before you spend Memorial Day weekend binging on every single Disney Channel Original Movie ever created (yes, all of them – from Don't Look Under the Bed to The Cheetah Girls), refresh your Dcom memory with these fun facts.

1. Zac Efron didn't sing in the original High School Musical.

Back in 2006, you may have thought you fallen in love with Efron's vocals in "Breaking Free" and "Start of Something New", but it turns out, it wasn't actually Efron you were falling for. Another Cinderella Story star Drew Seeley actually provided Troy's vocals for the first film (and he wrote the
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23 Things You Never Knew About Disney Channel's Original Movies

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Before you spend Memorial Day weekend binging on every single Disney Channel Original Movie ever created (yes, all of them - from Don't Look Under the Bed to The Cheetah Girls), refresh your Dcom memory with these fun facts. 1. Zac Efron didn't sing in the original High School Musical.Back in 2006, you may have thought you fallen in love with Efron's vocals in "Breaking Free" and "Start of Something New", but it turns out, it wasn't actually Efron you were falling for. Another Cinderella Story star Drew Seeley actually provided Troy's vocals for the first film (and he wrote
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23 Things You Never Knew About Disney Channel’s Original Movies

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Before you spend Memorial Day weekend binging on every single Disney Channel Original Movie ever created (yes, all of them - from Don't Look Under the Bed to The Cheetah Girls), refresh your Dcom memory with these fun facts. 1. Zac Efron didn't sing in the original High School Musical.Back in 2006, you may have thought you fallen in love with Efron's vocals in "Breaking Free" and "Start of Something New", but it turns out, it wasn't actually Efron you were falling for. Another Cinderella Story star Drew Seeley actually provided Troy's vocals for the first film (and he wrote
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Review: Under the Bed

You get a lot of horror movies that are based around the same central antagonist (more or less): vampires, serial killers, ghosts and zombies. Lots and lots of zombies. But beyond that, and something that makes horror so great, is a plethora of other sub-categories that people know and love. For instance I have a few a friends who are just crazy about scarecrow horror. Sharks, clowns, animals. All ripe for the picking. And this go round, we get the severely under-utilized boogeyman.

The boogeyman seems like a no brainer when it comes to horror. Monster who lives in the closet or under the bed who terrorizes children at night. Despite the easy set up, the Man has rarely been done right in movies. The largest attempt, Boogeyman, and it’s subsequent sequels seem to consistently fall short of hitting the mark. Most of the time, the concept is handled best by kids movies,
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"Don't Look Under the Bed" in a sneak peek clip of Lee Martin's The Midnight Hour

Lee Martin's The Midnight Hour You may want to think twice about looking under your bed this May. Something much worse than dusty cobwebs may be waiting for an opportunity to meet you…or in this case, kill you. In “Don’t Look Under the Bed,” the popular horror TV series “Lee Martin’s The Midnight Hour” serves up a generous helping of evil as a schizophrenic—and in fact homicidal—child named Kathy meets her match when one of her victims invokes an unfettered demon for protection.

Don't Look Under the Bed is yet another solid entry in Lee Martin's The Midnight Hour. This episode plays up on the inherent fear of a monster lurking under the bed that I am sure many kids have had, including myself, but does so with a fresh twist. That's a consistent throughout the entire span of The Midnight Hour is that the
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"Don't Look Under The Bed" in Lee Martin's The Midnight Hour

Imagine the nostalgic charm of the hit TV series Are You Afraid of the Dark? combined with the gore of Tales From The Crypt and the nasty plot twists of the hit HBO series The Hitchhiker. Now utilize the anthology format of Tales From The Darkside. Throw in some dashes of The Twilight Zone and you have "Lee Martin's The Midnight Hour". Director and series host Lee Martin is bringing back the TV horror anthology format for horror fans with the first and only homegrown dramatic horror TV series from Michigan. No wonder the show is finding an increasing larger audience as it starts to accumulate an ever growing cult fan base as it takes all the elements of our favorite TV horror series and throws it into a single, cohesive narrative. Filming of the May 2011 episode entitled "Don't Look Under The Bed" has just finished. In it......

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