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  • Still, I know many who are highly sensitive to most elements of horror, and they aren't frightened by it save for a bit of rare and minor jumping now and then

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      Featuring the comedic talents of Gene Wilder, Dom DeLuise, and Gilda Radner, this isn’t a film you want to have missed, if you like funny. This is an older film, made around 20 years ago or so, in 1986. But, it’s still worth looking for, and/or watching again if it’s been a while since you’ve seen it.

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      Wilder and Gilda Radner are engaged and planning on having the wedding at the castle Gene Wilder grew up in. But, when they get there, something is just not right and Gilda Radner instantly knows that despite what her fiance might say, this is one spooky place! Dom DeLuise plays Gene Wilder’s aunt (no, I didn’t mean ...

      • uncle or other relative, I really did mean “aunt”). Seeing Dom DeLuise playing an aging lady is, in and of itself, worth watching this gem of a comedy.

        There are elements in the film that are slightly spooky. So, I guess if you have particular sensitivities to thunder, lightning, old dark castles, or the like, it might be

        a bit on the scary side in certain sections. Still, I know many who are highly sensitive to most elements of horror, and they aren’t frightened by it save for a bit of rare and minor jumping now and then. But, for the most part, it’s just a whole lot of fun and a ton of laughs.




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