Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019) Film Explained in Hindi/Urdu Summarized हिन्दी
Scary stories to tell in the Dark (2019) Thriller movie explained in Hindi Urdu. The American Horror Thriller film “Scary story to tell in dark” story summarized with a complete ending in हिन्दी explanation. The Plot is about some mischievous friends who plan to explore a haunted mansion near their house. Here, one of these friends, 'Stella', finds a sinister notebook inside which was written a lot of frightening tales. They steal the death book from there and bring them back with them. These scary stories are written by legendary Sarah Bellows. She is the evil supernatural entity who lives in the mansion, who was mistreated a long time ago. They learn that the spirit of Sarah is playing evil games with them to hunt them. That is, she still writes a story every day, in which some different spooky creatures rise from the dead and they kill these friends one by one in real life. Will these people be able to stop these mysterious monsters and the dangerous power behind them?? It is not so easy to survive!Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is a 2019 horror film directed by Andre Ovredal (Full Thriller Movie Explained in Hindi). It is based on the iconic book series that Chill Your Bones. I would like to say that these short creepy narrations make this film even better and keep our interest till the end. For example we first look at Harold who is a Scarecrow. Ghost of Sarah who wrote a haunted book in the universe of the movie. Beside this all friends face The Pale Lady, spiders and the great Gangling Man. I think it is an all time classic film which gives you chill ghost vibes. Its screenplay is also quite unique. It is entertaining as well as frightening to watch.Credits: Images and footage Source: Lionsgate and CBS FilmsDirector: Andre OvredalScreenplay or written by: Dan Hageman and Patrick MeltonBased On: Same Novel Name by by Alvin SchwartzDisclaimer: Any footage in this video has only been used to communicate a message (understandable) to audience. According to my knowledge, it’s a fair use under reviews and commentary section. We don't plan to violate anyone's right. Thanks.