[2] The wraparounds are based on Rod Serling's television series Night Gallery, in which Serling appears at an art gallery and introduces each episode by unveiling paintings depicting the stories. Treehouse of Horror IV Treehouse of Horror IV For the continuing series of Halloween specials, see Treehouse of Horror series. Count Dracula is a limited-time character that was released on October 31, 2017, as part of Act 3 of the Treehouse of Horror XXVIII Event, He was the seventh and final prize to be won in the event's Act 3. I do not own "The Simpsons", they and all related characters are property of Matt Groening (rhymes with "complaining"), Twentieth Century Fox, et al. Ship by registered airmail package internationally. If you have somehow not seen it—frankly, what is wrong with you, why are you even reading this article, and good news I guess, it’ll be on Disney+ in a few weeks—Bart Simpson’s Dracula is, well, The Simpsons. “Bart Simpson’s Dracula” –“Treehouse of Horror IV” “Lisa, vampires are make-believe, just like elves, gremlins, and Eskimos.” Yep, all three segments of “Treehouse of Horror IV,” which is the most consistently excellent of the Simpsons’ Halloween tradition, are on the list. In a parody of The Twilight Zone episode "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet" including the final segment in Twilight Zone: The Movie, after having a nightmare in which he is killed in a bus crash, Bart rides the bus to school one rainy morning. His biography is called Yes, I Am a Vampire? Brockman: Another local peasant has been found dead -- drained of his blood with two teeth marks on his throat. In a parody of Night Gallery, Bart introduces each of the three segments by walking through a gallery of paintings and each time choosing one of them as the focus of his story. Homer receives an evil hair transplant; Bart and Lisa get trapped in an Itchy and Scratchy cartoon; Maggie is revealed to be an alien. A killer Krusty doll torments Homer like Chucky from Child's … Posted on October 15, 2018 by Patric ... And I am happy that Countess Dracula is now part of our game! Unfortunately, while half-asleep and looking for a midnight snack, he eats the final piece of the "forbidden donut", and Ned instantly reappears to take possession of Homer's soul. In a parody of The Devil and Daniel Webster, at work, Homer states that he would sell his soul for a doughnut after finding that Lenny and Carl took all the doughnuts and threw them at an old man (Grampa) "for kicks". Oh yes, Simpsons fans, this Treehouse of Horror t-shirt is perfect for your Halloween needs. Another sidesplitter from the third Treehouse of Horror, … With Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith. Then, they all harmonize "Hark the Herald Angels Sing", parodying A Charlie Brown Christmas. Mirkin was a big fan of the film and pushed for a segment about vampires inspired by the movie. The family returns to Mr. Burns' mansion, where Homer drives a stake through Mr. Burns' heart (after first hitting his crotch), causing him to dissolve into sand (but not before Mr. Burns tells Homer "You're Fired!"). ",[9] referencing an actor who received attention for his culinary talents and best-selling cookbooks. Oct 9, 2013 - Treehouse of Horror XXI Treehouse of Horror XXI For the continuation series of Halloween specials, see Treehouse of Horror series. Treehouse of Horror (1995) #12. And as ceaselessly, nightmarishly assholish as he can be to his little sister as he can be, and as much as he would deign to admit it publicly, deep down he loves her more than anything else in the world. [6] Oakley said there was a lot of work put into the design of the gremlin in "Terror at ​5 1⁄2 Feet" to make him scary "within The Simpsons universe". "Treehouse of Horror IV" is a Halloween-themed episode from the fifth season of the animated comedy series The Simpsons.It was first broadcast in the United States on the Fox network on October 28, 1993. Please see the photos. ", but he eats them all with aplomb. [4], In its original American broadcast, "Treehouse of Horror IV" finished 17th in the ratings for the week of October 25 to October 31, 1993, with a Nielsen rating of 14.5, translating to 13.6 million households. The episode was the highest-rated show on the Fox network that week. [8] The paintings seen in these segments are parodies of well-known works, including The Scream, The Son of Man, The Death of Marat, The Persistence of Memory, and Ascending and Descending, all featuring members of the Simpson family. Of course Bart is told to tell a Halloween skit and ends it as a Christmas one. He appears to be eight, but is in fact 400 years old. However, the cup is empty. [1] As with the rest of the Halloween specials, the episode is considered non-canon and falls outside the show's regular continuity. "Treehouse of Horror IV" was directed by David Silverman and co-written by Conan O'Brien, Bill Oakley, Josh Weinstein, Greg Daniels, Dan McGrath, and Bill Canterbury. Foreword by Steve Allen," a reference to American actor Steve Allen. [15], Kim Nowacki of Yakima Herald-Republic named "Treehouse of Horror IV" her "all-time favorite" episode. They’re just good, silly, often comically violent bits of fun. “His blood! [3] Show runner David Mirkin thought the Treehouse of Horror episodes were the hardest episodes to do because the staff had to fit in all three stories in only 22 minutes. A Simpsons Halloween Special: In a parody of Night Gallery, Bart tells three scary stories based on paintings: 1. "Treehouse of Horror IV" is the fifth episode of The Simpsons' fifth season and the fourth episode in the Treehouse of Horror series of ... Night Gallery, and Peanuts, as well as films such as The Devil and Daniel Webster, Bram Stoker's Dracula and The Lost Boys. Treehouse of Horrors XXIX -Prize Guide – Countess Dracula. I get it. It originally aired on the Fox Network in the United States on October 28, 1993, and features three short stories called "The Devil and Homer Simpson", "Terror at 5½ Feet", and "Bart Simpson's Dracula". Dracula is portrayed as Mr. Burns in the segment "Bart Simpson's Count Dracula" of "Treehouse of Horror IV". Freed from the constraint of having to make even the faintest sense in the already absurd lives lived on Evergreen Terrace, their endless riffs don’t quite feel like they’re the gasps of a show still trying to retain relevance long after many fans would decry is a series well past its peak. Treehouse of Horror Release year 2013 MR.BURNS DRACULA Ratio 1/40 Chase Condition: Opened blindbox only to verify the figure inside The figure is undisplayed and in mint condition Comes with all original belongings: Blindbox, Foil & accessoiry factory sealed in … The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror is an annual special episode of The Simpsons consisting of several parodies of horror movies, TV shows, novels, and other horror elements. De levels in het spel zijn gebaseerd op de Treehouse Of Horror afleveringen. Watch Treehouse of Horror XXI - Vampires in "Dracula-la Land" - ramsroto on Dailymotion The gremlin catches fire and falls from the bus, but is found by Ned, who decides to adopt the creature. [7] Mirkin said he felt the gremlin was well-done because he looked scary and "yet it looks like a completely organic Simpsons character". The family watch Kent Brockman deliver the news on TV. The next morning, Homer cannot stop eating his own head as the police eagerly wait for him (as their breakfast) to leave the house while holding cups of coffee. David Mirkin thought the Treehouse of Horror episodes were the hardest episodes to do because the staff had to fit in all three stories in only 22 minutes. The Simpsons’ annual tradition of anthology spooktaculars is one of the venerable show’s most venerable of institutions. [8] DVD Movie Guide's Colin Jacobson thought "Terror at ​5 1⁄2 Feet" was the best segment of the episode. In recent years, too many "Treehouse of Horror" entries have focused more on movie parodies and less on Halloween. Treehouse of Horror IV Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery The authors of the book I Can't Believe It's a Bigger and Better Updated Unofficial Simpsons Guide, Warren Martyn and Adrian Wood, said the episode included many notable sequences and was "probably the best" Treehouse of Horror episode. These aren’t just some of the most iconic moments in Treehouse history, they’re some of the most iconic moments in … Edmund Dracula is a young vampire who appeared in the episode "Treehouse of Horror XXI" during the segment "Tweenlight", as Lisa's crush and boyfriend. For more, make sure you’re following us on our Instagram @io9dotcom. James Coco went mad in fifteen minutes! The jury rules in favor of the Simpsons and the presiding judge dismisses the case. Father O'Flaherty is my somewhat my own character. The next morning, however, Lisa discovers that everyone else in the Simpson family is a vampire, with Marge as their head. He’s the dumb comic relief who, as Lisa investigates the oblique mystery of Mr. Burns, gets himself done in just so he can ride a silly slide right back down into the vampire pit he and his sister just escaped. However, before Homer finishes the doughnut, he realizes that Ned will not be able to have his soul if he does not eat all of the doughnut and keeps the final piece in the refrigerator. They then order the Egyptian wing of the Springfield Natural History Museum be destroyed. The devil, revealed to be Ned Flanders, appears and offers Homer a contract to seal the deal. "[4], The first segment, "The Devil and Homer Simpson", was written by Daniels and McGrath. They take place outside the show's normal continuity and completely abandon … A cape with the word 'Dracula' on it was found at the scene of the crime, though the Police assume the incidents are being caused by a Mummy. What you see is what you will received. Lisa claims that the only way to restore him is to kill the head vampire, Mr. Burns. ... Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Horror the 13th! The scene in Hell where Homer is fed all the doughnuts in the world, and asks for more, is a direct parody of the cartoon Pigs is Pigs, in which the character Piggy (known for being a glutton) is taken in by a scientist and forced to eat all the food in the world. Executive producer James L. Brooks loved the show, so it was "great fun" for him to do the parody. Ship by registered airmail package internationally. It is the first Treehouse of Horror … Because it’s important to remember that, beyond it being a nod to Coppola’s evocation of the author’s name for his 1992 classic, it is also there to remind us that everything we watch unfold in this story is through Bart’s lens. Of course, this is definitely one of the most memorable Mr. Burns moments that I picked up from one of the classic Simpsons Halloween specials, known as the Treehouse of Horror shorts, where he’s playing in a parody role of Gary Oldman’s version of Count Dracula in the 1992 film Bram Stoker’s Dracula. … [4], The third segment, "Bart Simpson's Dracula", was written by Canterbury. The Twilight Zone homage in Terror at 5½ Feet! The inherent absurdity of the sketch—dancing from gag to oddball reference to more gags as everyone involved just kind of shrugs and rolls with it—smacks so perfectly of the creation of a juvenile slacker like Bart, especially given that, as the framing device explains before going in, he was meant to do a bit based on Coolidge’s A Friend in Need but changed it at the last minute. Until then, Homer is sent to spend the rest of the day being punished in Hell. The episode makes cultural references to television series such as The Twilight Zone, Night Gallery, and Peanuts, as well as films such as The Devil and Daniel Webster, Bram Stoker's Dracula and The Lost Boys. Treehouse of Horror IV Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery "Treehouse of Horror IV" is the fifth episode of The Simpsons' fifth season and the fourth episode in the Treehouse of Horror series of Halloween specials. Because who else could be a literal bloodsucker than the domineering capitalist specter that haunts Springfield and Homer in equal measure? Treehouse of Horror IIII (1992) Replay Video. Today he's drinking people's blood. Count Dracula is a limited-time character that was released on October 31, 2017, as part of Act 3 of the Treehouse of Horror XXVIII Event, He was the seventh and final prize to be won in the event's Act 3. This scene later appeared in the clip show episode "The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular", which aired in the show's seventh season. Then Homer accidentally sends himself back to the dinosaur age with a time traveling toaster and has to find his way back to his own present. Happy Halloween, everybody. The 30th Treehouse of Horror features a demon Maggie, a mission to rescue Milhouse from another dimension, dead-Homer's spirit trying on some new bodies for size and Selma finally finding love in an unlikely place - the alien in the basement. O'Brien worked on the "wraparounds" of Bart introducing each segment to make sure that they "pulled" the episode together. These aren’t just some of the most iconic moments in Treehouse history, they’re some of the most iconic moments in The Simpsons, full stop. [4] Shortly after she finds the tome, she makes allusions to Shemp and Curly Howard of the Three Stooges, mistaking Bart's fearful attempts at getting her attention as impressions of the two. When the bus finally stops, everyone sees the obvious damage, but Bart is still sent away to an insane asylum for the rest of his life for his disruptive behavior. So of course in his Dracula lampoon he isn’t the hero. This eerie Halloween tee shirt has Mr. Burns as Dracula and Bart as a … He’s an old man, what you gonna do. "Treehouse of Horror XXI" is the fourth episode of The Simpsons' twenty-second season.It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on November 7, 2010. [5] The first time Devil Flanders appears, he looks the same as the devil Chernabog from the 1940 Walt Disney produced film Fantasia; Silverman particularly admired the animation in that sequence. Weird flex, but we all gotta get some sleep somehow. The wraparounds are ba… In particular, the twist revelation that Burns is not the head vampire is also a reference to the twist ending of The Lost Boys. Episode: "Treehouse of Horror XXII" Year: 2011 A parody of The Diving Bell and the Butterfly feels tasteless — and worse, not seasonally appropriate. Elk lid van de Simpsonfamilie heeft in het spel zijn/haar eigen … [1] The first time the Devil appears, he resembles the demon Chernabog from the Walt Disney film Fantasia,[5] especially after Homer discovers a technicality and starts taunting the Devil that he's "smarter than the devil", until the Devil turns into the Chernabog-esque demon and glares at him before disappearing. The best sketch in what is the best Treehouse of Horror. Hell, even the zany climax of the sketch breaking suddenly into a Charlie Brown Christmas parody reads like a snotty biting-of-his-thumb (or eating of his shorts) in the direction of it all. "[14] DVD Talk's Bill Gibron gave the episode a 4 out of 5 score. She runs over and reads the title: "Yes, I Am a Vampire, by Monty Burns. Treehouse of Horror IV script. It was first broadcast in the United States on the Fox Network on November 2, 2003. 4 Treehouse Of Horror III (1992) - 8.5. Marge and Lisa plead with Ned, finally getting him to agree to hold a trial the next day. Bart is relieved as he is finally able to rest, but the gremlin appears in the back window of the ambulance, holding Ned's decapitated (yet still living) head, which makes Bart scream in terror. [4] Dracula and his castle was designed by Silverman. [17] James Whitbrook of Gizmodo called "Bart Simpson's Dracula" the "best sketch in what is the best Treehouse of Horror."[18]. Clearly the work of a mummy. OK. 1 Jobs Involved 1.1 Regular Jobs 1.2 Event's Quest Based Jobs 2 Trivia 3 Gallery Break Out of Prison - 8h Attempt to Stop Count Dracula - 8h Only one can be obtained. But while Treehouse of Horror has endured even as The Simpsons has grown over the last three decades”for ... Bart Simpson’s Dracula Is The Best Treehouse Of Horror Sketch, It Just Is. The castle? The final segment, a take on Dracula, is almost the platonic ideal of a Treehouse of Horror segment. Beyond its sharp pop culture parody, its ironic detachment from reality just makes for great gag after great gag (“Ohh…I guess killing will be fun enough,” Homer laments, when Lisa chides him for wanting to use the slide into Burns’ crypt, will never not crack me up). The Simpsons stay at Mr Burns's winter estate as caretakers and Homer goes mad from the lack of beer and TV! It is based on Francis Ford Coppola's film Bram Stoker's Dracula. [16] The episode's reference to Bram Stoker's Dracula was named the 32nd greatest film reference in the history of the show by Total Film's Nathan Ditum. Having the hook that his parents are all secretly the real vampires (especially Marge as the head vampire, in the truest acknowledgement of who rules the roost in the Simpsons family) is evocative of his distaste for the authority figures in his life. F igure is in excellent condition. Treehouse of Horror V The first episode of the sixth season in my fanon and the fifth Halloween special. -Bart Simpson's Dracula-On the news, there is another report of 'a local peasant' having been drained of his blood. Many of the tales feature Affectionate Parodies of contemporary Horror Films.Others are inspired by more traditional horror — there is even a Dramatic Reading of Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven" in the first "Treehouse" episode.. -- Bart, "Treehouse of Horror IV" It is "Bart Simpson's Dracula". He returned as a premium item on October 3, 2018, during the Treehouse of Horror XXIX Event as a possible prize in the THOH Mystery Box. Silverman watched the episode to get inspiration for Bart's facial expressions. Treehouse of Horror, also known as The Simpsons Halloween Specials, is a series of Halloween-themed episodes of the animated sitcom The Simpsons, each consisting of three separate, self-contained segments.These segments usually involve the Simpson family in some horror, science fiction, or supernatural setting. [10] The jury at Homer's trial consists of John Wilkes Booth, Lizzie Borden, John Dillinger, Blackbeard, Benedict Arnold, the starting lineup of the 1976 Philadelphia Flyers, and Richard Nixon. In 2001, Fox Interactive, Software Creations, and THQ Inc. released The Simpsons: Night of the Living Treehouse of Horror for the Game Boy Color, which saw … Today he's drinking people's blood. On the back of the photo, Homer has written that, in return for Marge giving him her hand in marriage, he pledges his soul to her forever; therefore, it was not his property to sell at the time of his deal with Ned. James is a News Editor at io9. Say what you will about the ceaseless march of The Simpsons over the past three decades, but the…. It tells the classic tale, with a nod to the 1992 release of Bram Stoker’s Dracula (Tell me the Burns vampire isn’t a direct reference to Gary Oldman’s Count Dracula). They're really just crammed with jokes and story beats and everything. [6] At Mr. Burns' castle, Lisa notices a tome resting on a stand in the basement. The wraparound segments are a reference to Rod Serling's television series Night Gallery. The 30th Treehouse of Horror features a demon Maggie, a mission to rescue Milhouse from another dimension, dead-Homer's spirit trying on some new bodies for size and Selma finally finding love in an unlikely place - the alien in the basement. "Treehouse of Horror IV" was directed by David Silverman and co-written by Conan O'Brien, Bill Oakley, Josh Weinstein, Greg Daniels, Dan McGrath, and Bill Canterbury. [1] The ending of "Bart Simpson's Dracula" is a reference to A Charlie Brown Christmas. When Bart is about to bite Lisa, Homer and Marge interrupt and discover that Bart is a vampire. [8], The demon who is feeding Homer donuts says: "I don't understand it. Dracula is a 1958 British gothic horror film directed by Terence Fisher and written by Jimmy Sangster based on Bram Stoker's 1897 novel of the same title.The first in the series of Hammer Horror films starring Christopher Lee as Count Dracula, the film also features Peter Cushing as Doctor Van Helsing, along with Michael Gough, Melissa Stribling, Carol Marsh, and John Van Eyssen. There is that little bit about being “eternally part of the world of the living dead” if … At the stroke of twelve midnight, Ned brings Homer back to the Simpson household for his trial. [11], Since airing, the episode has received mostly positive reviews from television critics. Flanders as the devil in The Devil and Homer Simpson! Directed by David Silverman. His straight out of Francis Ford Coppola look? Mirkin said, "Things had to happen really fast. What you see is what you will received. Used. Mirkin said, "Things had to happen really fast. Oh, it’s just what being a billionaire gets you. He panics when he sees a gremlin on the side of the bus loosening the lug nuts on one of the wheels. The family is invited to Mr. Burns' castle in Pennsylvania, where Bart and Lisa discover a secret staircase descending to an eerie basement filled with coffins. Of course, when tasked with coming up with something at the last minute, Bart Simpson turns to inspiration from the one person he can always count on. [6] Oakley loved the idea of Flanders being the Devil because he was the character whom viewers would least expect. Watch Treehouse of Horror XXI - Vampires in "Dracula-la Land" - ramsroto on Dailymotion "Treehouse of Horror XXI" is the fourth episode of The Simpsons' twenty-second season.It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on November 7, 2010. He wants pictures. The Simpsons: Night of the Living Treehouse of Horror (2001) (Video Game) A level is based on the segment "Bart Simpson's Dracula" from this episode. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 25, 1990. We live in the age of the hot take, but I feel like this shouldn’t be one, right? A "Tree House of Horror" fic. The vampire in this case of course (or vampyr, as Lisa dramatically intones in its opening moments, a read so iconic it as burned into my mind as the only, unequivocal way to say “vampyr” whenever that rare situation arises) is none other than Mr. Burns. It’s that sort of absurd silliness—and everyone but Lisa being willing enough to say “eh” and go along with it, and even then, she does too, eventually—that makes Bart Simpson’s Dracula shine brighter than Vampire-Burns’ pointiest fangs. Draculas Castle is a limited-time building that was released on October 30, 2019, as part of the Treehouse of Horror XXX Event. In a Night Gallery parody, Bart presents three more tales of terror: The Devil and Homer Simpson: Homer sells his soul to the devil for a donut. As they investigate, vampires emerge from the coffins and encircle them while Lisa reads through Mr. Burns autobiography "Yes, I Am a Vampire" (with a foreword by Steve Allen). Treehouse of Horror XXIX – Prize Guide – Dracula-La Land. Treehouse of Horror III: Dial Z for Zombies. Don’t forget to gather round the fireplace and sing “Hark the Herald Angels Sing” in celebration. Serious bidder only please. Night of the Living Treehouse of Horror is een computerspel gebaseerd op de animatieserie The Simpsons.Het spel is ontwikkeld door Software Creations en uitgebracht in 2001 door Fox Interactive/THQ voor de Game Boy Color.. Achtergrond. And then there’s Bart Simpson’s Dracula. Later that night, Lisa is awakened by a now undead Bart and his vampire friends. Accessory is still sealed. It acquired a Nielsen rating of 14.5, and was the highest-rated show on the Fox network the week it aired. Treehouse of Horror IV – “Bart Simpson’s Dracula,” a spoof of Bram Stoker’s Dracula Based on the Francis Ford Coppola movie, the Simpsons head to Mr. Burns’ house for dinner. And remembering that makes Bart Simpson’s Dracula evolve from funny pastiche to something that is both really smart and, in some ways, kind of touching. One convenient invite to Burns’ not-at-all-suspicious castle later, the Simpson family finds itself going on zany escapes as Lisa tries to prove to her blissfully ignorant parents and brother that Burns is the one behind the vampire attacks hitting Springfield as of late. They particularly liked the scenes in Hell where Homer is punished by the Devil, and Chief Wiggum's attempts to deal with Dracula (who he thinks is a mummy) in the "Bart Simpson's Dracula" segment by ordering the Egyptian wing of the Springfield museum to be destroyed. Treehouse of Horror IV Treehouse of Horror IV Devil Flanders: Now remember, the instant you finish it, I own your soul for-- (Homer has already scarfed all but a small crumb of the donut) Homer: Hey, wait. Cover price $4.99. [4], The second segment, "Terror at ​5 1⁄2 Feet", was written by Oakley and Weinstein. Come with accessory and foil. Then two classic horror teams Len Wein/Berni Wrightson (Swamp Thing) and Marv Wolfman/Gene Colan (The Tomb of Dracula) return to their monstrous masterpieces to root out the humor and go for the jugular. Tomorrow he could be smoking." But these factors get little attention by the family. Hilarious. The family's plan to kill the head vampire is also a reference to both the film and novel. I mean, come on. But while my childhood self loved the silliness of the ‘Dracula’ part of Bart Simpson’s Dracula, as I’ve grown older (and only increasingly sillier), it’s the Bart Simpson’s bit of that title that I have come to appreciate more and more. Used. The family closes in on Lisa, but instead of attacking, they break character and wish the home audience a happy Halloween. Mr. Burns appears as a Dracula-like vampire in "Treehouse of Horror IV". [12] Patrick Bromley of DVD Verdict gave the episode an A grade and called it "one of the very best" Halloween specials, although said "Treehouse of Horror V" was better. The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror is an annual special episode of The Simpsons consisting of several parodies of horror movies, TV shows, novels, and other horror elements. Posted on October 10, 2018 by Patric | 35 Comments. Within the story itself, at least. Treehouse of Horror" is the third episode of The Simpsons' second season. "Terror at ​5 1⁄2 Feet" is a parody of the final segment seen in Twilight Zone: The Movie and The Twilight Zone episode "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet". Homer sells his soul to the Devil for a donut, Bart contends with a gremlin on the side of the school bus which only he can see, and the family discovers that Mr. Burns is a vampire. With Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith. It was the third prize to be won in the event's Act 2. And this segment, an endless fart joke that gets even worse with a weak Spider-Man twist, is nearly unwatchable. These are fantasies, and thus you… Bart Simpson's Dracula Mr. Burns is a vampire, and after inviting the family to dinner at his castle in Pennsylvania, Bart falls victim to his bite. (originally aired October 28, 1993) The first three Halloween shows are fantastic, but number four is the first one that really knocked it out of the park. Come with accessory and foil. It encapsulates all that a Treehouse of Horror special should be: beautifully directed, have suspense and chills, all with snarky humor throughout. 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