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I hate this damn movie.Anyone relate?


I remember I was probably 7, this was in 1992, my mom came home from the grocery store with a vhs of this *beep* She said "I thought you watched and liked this movie." I never heard of it. She probably was thinking of her sister who is 9 years older than me born in 1977. Anyway, I was curious and watched it. Thanks to my Mom's bad memory I have this *beep* movie burned in my psyche for eternity. Traumatizing. I wish I could punch this *beep* movie in the face.

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your moms sister is only 9 years older than you?

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Is that hard to believe?

My moms brother(AKA my uncle) is only 8 years older than me. And I have an older sister, he's only 4 years older than her.

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Oh my God my mom rented this from the grocery store too. It didn't work at first, and I remember we called them and they said to fast forward the VHS to the end and then rewind it and it worked perfectly (in a technical sense).

I was pretty young, but I remember the scene where he got dared into the house, and the weird creepy old people and, him losing his hair.

It scared the HELL out of me and I never finished it.
Looking at it now, it looks like its supposed to be a family comedy? I don't know if I dare try and sit through this...

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Haha! This movie was scary man im gonna watch it again I remeber my sisters would hide under the covers and have nightmares after watching this movie.

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I'd lik to punch it in the face too. The reason being it gave me so many nightmares as a child that I feel I need to watch it AS AN ADULT to face my fears! It was on the disney channel of all channels in the late 80's early 90's. I think it was the early ninety's. I remember a whole year or two full of nightmares about losing my hair. Seems like I am not alone. Who knows maybe if I watch it in the right mind frame me and my boyfriend will enjoy it for it's sheer ridiculousness...But I'm kinda scared because what I remember scared the hell out of me and child. To the point where I'm still scared of it today. That's an something for movie. Thanks Disney for traumatizing and emotionally scarring me at the tender age of six.

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