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DC movies have built a reputation for being humorless and dark.
Sequels have the potential to take their characters to new and exciting places, but an unfortunate trend has found them Groundhog Day-ing their way through familiar adventures.
Learning how scary movies are made can ruin the horror for the viewer, turning previously terrifying moments into episodes of campy slapstick.
Allow us to guide you through the tangled ball of Christmas lights that is the Halloween series.
Remember that ridiculous protest commercial put out by Pepsi? The one everyone hated? Turns out it was pretty beneficial for the company.
Here's photographic evidence that the people making our favorite movies and TV shows are some goofy motherflippers.
In the same way there's no shortage of horrifying moments in your actual childhood, there are a lot of creeptacular moments in the family friendly shows we used to watch.
Obi-Wan only heard millions of voices cry out in terror because George Lucas' wallet was empty.
Spoiler alert for the seven of you who wanted to see these movies.
How awesome is John Williams? So awesome that he used musical notation to tell us that Anakin and Padme boning will eventually lead to galactic genocide.