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What's up ladies and gentlemen? This is Azu here and I'm back with another Haunting Hour review! I only have three more episodes to review after this and then I'll be able to move onto reviewing season three which is one of my favorite seasons of the entire series and you'll see why when we get there.
Here's the link to the review: http://littleazusblog.blogspot.com/2016/06/every-haunting-hour-ever-37-stage-fright.html
I've finally gotten to work on another part of my Haunting Hour pasta after being so busy for a long while. This is the part I'm talking about: "Kristy groaned as she went over to shut the window and proceeded to go back upstairs. Just as she was about to do so however, she felt something crawl and wrap up her legs and she eventually fell to the ground. The episode switched over to a close up of Kristy's face as she turned around and started to scream at the top of her lungs. She tried as hard as she could to escape but alas, she still found herself stuck in the grasp of the off screen entity. Just as the entity was about to be revealed, the episode abruptly switched to Kristy sitting up in her bed and panting heavily as sweat poured down her face."
When it comes to monsters and whatnot, I find them to be a lot scarier and possibly more interesting if they're silent as opposed to a monster that goes "Rawr Rawr Rawr!" all the time or a monster that shouts a lame catchphrase like "Go To Sleep!" So when I write something that includes a monster, I'll most likely include a monster that doesn't make a sound and will instead rely on its actions and appearance (if applicable) for it to be scary.