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Looking for a good scary movie to watch this Halloween? Check out “The Innocents,” “Hellbender,” “Sissy,” “Jennifer’s Body,” “The Stranger,” and “Tales From the Hood.”

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Looking for a good scary movie to watch this Halloween? Check out “The Innocents,” “Hellbender,” “Sissy,” “Jennifer’s Body,” “The Stranger,” and “Tales From the Hood.”

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