The first full trailer for upcoming film Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark is here and it’s one you should watch with the lights on. The film, which adapts several memorable tales from Alvin Schwartz’s book of short stories, is out August 9th.
The trailer reveals a solid look at how the film, which was produced and developed by Guillermo del Toro and directed by Trollhunter’s André Øvredal, will combine several stories into one narrative. The clip includes a few characters familiar to book readers, including Harold the murderous scarecrow, the “Pale Lady” and Mr. Jangly. The story seems to involve a group of teens who realize the stories are coming to life and become haunted by each scary tale.
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