My scary weekend of the scariest children's films.

Over this weekend I shall be reviewing children's films,but not your standard kids fest. Films that had that very nasty,freakish edge,that could actually scare the adults. And the last few years,we have seen some great examples of films, that doesn't treat them as kids,but actually has more respect them,and gives a very adult perspective of life. I loved these films,and I'm actually proud to say I own all of them. From very clever stop animation,to brilliant use of modern technology with 3D. To a couple of 80's classics. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.

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