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Box Office Report: Turns Out People Like Having The Sht Scared Out Of Them

You know what people love more than nostalgia? Having the absolute fucking daylights scared out of them. Hey, it's your free time, we're not here to judge. Still, even those of us who expected the long-awaited adaptation of Stephen King's...
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