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Jason Wallis

Posted: Friday, September 9, 2011 12:44 pm

It’s September, which means three things to a Halloween enthusiast like me: the super-stores are open, grocery stores are running candy discounts, and the time is ripe for scary movies.

I was looking forward to kicking off the Halloween season with a look at “Apollo 18,” but critics and audiences alike have been vehement in their near-unanimous hatred of the film. (I mean, killer moon rocks? Just… wow. That’s not even worthy of a spoiler alert.)

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