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Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark: discover the Cineworld Unlimited responses

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Guillermo del Toro horror Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark screened in advance for Cineworld Unlimited members last night, and the reactions are in.

Based on the bestselling short story series by Alvin Schwartz, this spooky chiller revolves around a haunted book that unleashes hideous monsters on a sleepy American town.

Heather Fell says that despite a shaky start, the movie's creepiness increased as it went on.

Daniel Mumford says things are left wide open for a sequel.

Mr Chris says the movie has everything for an enjoyably spooky time.

Kirsty says it's a Halloween treat that's come early.

On the other hand, That Guy says that for him, the movie doesn't live up to its potential.

Chris Wilkinson agrees that it should have been scarier.

And Lynda Sharp says she was hoping to be creeped out more.

Anyone else who was at last night's screening can tweet us their reactions @Cineworld and using #CineworldUnlimited.

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark goes on wide release on 23rd August. Those who missed out last night can check out the trailer below – sweet dreams!

If you haven't joined Cineworld Unlimited, there's never been a better time to do so. For a set monthly price you get to enjoy advance screenings and lots more. Click here to join Cineworld Unlimited.