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Are You Afraid of the Dark: The Complete Second Season

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  • Actors: Michael Hong, Nicole Lyn, Joel Gordon, Rikee Madoff, Tim Post
  • Directors: D.J. MacHale, David Winning, Michael Keusch, Ron Oliver
  • Writers: Alison Lea Bingeman, Anne Appleton, Cassandra Schafhausen, Chloe Brown
  • Format: NTSC
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Studio: Direct Source Special Product
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #68,952 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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A spookily exciting show, Are You Afraid Of The Dark centers on the exploits of The Midnight Society, a group of teens who take turns spinning scary tales around the campfire. Season 2 contains some classics episodes from the show's seven-year run, including The Final Wish, about a young girl who is obsessed with fairly tales but finds herself trapped in a nightmare world instead. Check out an appearance by the memorable Dr. Vink, who offers his old horror film to save the classic Rialto theatre from closing down. However, his actions have their own nefarious agenda. And investigate The Tale Of The Locker 22, when the new girl in school discovers to her shock and embarrassment that ghosts from the 1960s haunt her locker. For first time viewers or long time fans, this series is a must see.


The #1 Show For Teens -- TV Guide

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Shawn P. Schmidt on Feb. 4 2007
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I had waited for years for this show to be released and finally it is out. With season two they were able to make a few changes here and there to really get this right. First and foremost they put back in the original intro which was exactly what I wanted. Then they improved the packaging so that you had a box to put them in instead of just they strange fold out holder by itself. All of the episodes are here and are as great as I remembered them. Check it out for yourself as I gurantee you will not be dissapointed.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Simple, but Effective For a Stellar 90s Nick Show July 6 2015
By Brett Wilson - Published on
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Being a longtime AYAOTD fan and having a degree in Film as well as experience with Graphic Deign, I can give you as honest of a review as you can expect without any surges of nostalgia interfering with the facts.

Note: I am providing variations of this review for all season DVD sets of this show.

To Start, the package design is appropriate as it is elegant - The aged book covers elegantly reflects the tone of the show, which involves a group of kids telling stories around a campfire once a week. I also like how the actual logo is used on the box art, rather than some other font - it's FAR better than the volume sets and the Candian Season Sets from the 2000s. Furthermore, it's a nice touch to have the discs printed with fine-quality ink with the cover image, so the phyisical product looks and feels quality.

In regards to the DVD content, all the episodes are here, according to production order (not airing order). The DVD menu features the show logo atop some worn textured paper to continue the book theme. To my dismay, the DVD menu design and navigation are bare bones. Maybe my childhood memories are too precious amidst the year 2015 where everything has flashy graphics and face-melting audio quality, but at the very least, a feathered looping video clip of a campfire crackling with some animated text in the font of an old, written book would've done the presentation justice. That's not too much to ask for, right? Please consider it for Seasons 6&7 Amazon ;)

Okay, menus and covers aside, let's get to the actual content. This show is excellent. It has a kind of relateable charm mixed with spooky goodness that still feels resh and enjoyable 20+ years later without being overly campy or gross like "Goosebumps" or "Eerie Indiana" of the same era. Whether you're reliving the memories of your youth or seeing this for the first time through word-of-mouth, you'll experience some of the magic that made nearly every 90s Nickelodeon show so great. These tales range from the strange to scary, with the occasional fairytale or love story thrown in the mix.

Personal favorites of this Season:
-The Tale of The Final Wish (Because Bobcat Goldthwait and his unique voice)
-The Tale of The Magician's Assistant (Shandu's timeless rules of magic can be applied to everyday life)
-The Tale of the Frozen Ghost (Features a cameo from another Nick show that was popular at the time)
-The Tale of The Whispering Walls (all kinds of weird and creepy, plus Betty Ann's entrance is icing on the cake of creepiness)
-The Tale of the Dark Dragon (the best of the bunch because of how REAL it feels to be struggling with self-image and accepting yourself as you are with all your flaws - seriously, it's a tearjerker).

Though it would've been nice to have some commentaries from the Midnight Society Members or some behind-the-scenes footage to truly make it feel like a propper DVD Release, I am stil very grateful that the content was treated with respect for the fans.

If you love campfire stories, or if you simply cannot get enough of the 90s Nickelodeon Nostalgia, get it. Seriously, it's only $14.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Awesome! July 31 2014
By Jbabe13 - Published on
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I really hope to see seasons 3-7 soon.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
great show. its awesome to finally own it Aug. 15 2014
By kyle - Published on
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great show. its awesome to finally own it. don't worry about "print to order" or whatever they call it. it looks like what you would buy from the store. now whens the rest of the series coming! haha
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
the sets are nicely packaged, the menus are a little lacking compared ... June 14 2015
By Steve - Published on
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I wasn't really sure what to expect when I saw the Amazon sets. Given the DVD-R description and prices, I wasn't expecting much.

Instead, the sets are nicely packaged, the menus are a little lacking compared to the older DVDs, but still well themed, and the discs themselves are okay for the most part. So they're definitely worth the as of this writing $14.99 price.

The transfer quality is about what you'd expect from a show this old, so it still looks pretty nice, and there's very few quality issues that I've noticed (about the only problem on my copy is some weird missing audio for a few seconds in the Tale of the Full Moon).

Given the prices on here for the prior sets, minor issues aside, you really can't beat these sets. I'd absolutely recommend them as a cheap affordable way to collect the original run of the show.
Season 2, keeps getting better. Sept. 22 2015
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Season two ushers in bigger scares and even bigger stars with creepy episodes featuring comedian Bobcat Goldthwait and Melissa Joan Hart (Clarissa Explains It All and Melissa and Joey). There are a few differences to note with this season. For starters, the Midnight Society has been reduced to six members after the unexplained departure of Eric. Second thing to point out is the overall improvement of the show's quality. Season 2 is my favorite season and below I have listed my favorite episodes and my not so favorite episodes of this season.

1. The Tale of the Midnight Madness - Nosferatu comes out of the big screen and into a movie theater to stalk a couple of teenagers and their boss. By far one of the best episodes of the series and super scary.
2. The Tale of the Frozen Ghost - Melissa Joan Hart - need I say more?
3. The Tale of Old Man Corcoran - this episode honestly gave me nightmares. Who would have thought a game of hide and seek could be so creepy ... or deadly?

1. The Tale of the Thirteenth Floor - The only thing scary about this episode is the reveal at the end which will forever be etched in my brain. Otherwise, this story was much too bright and colorful to be creepy.
2. The Tale of the Final Wish - OMG! The acting in this episode was atrocious. In fact, at one point, Bobcat Goldthwait aka the Sandman, seems to be reading off of cue cards. This is simply not good. Not at all. Especially to be a season opener.
3. The Tale of the Whispering Walls - a snooze fest. Two kids and their babysitter get inexplicably lost on their way home from an amusement park and end up at an abandoned home where people are trapped in the walls? Eh - again, not one of the better episodes.