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Spooky Buddies · 4:58pm Oct 14th, 2015

It looks like I'm being dragged along to see this film called Spooky Buddies next week. It looks terrible. I visited the Wikipedia entry for it just now. I think somebody's had a bit of fun editing it recently…

Roger Ebert gave it five stars, saying that the movie was "Scarier than The Exorcist." He died a few years later, and some say that he had a heart attack from remembering the ghost puppy in Spooky Buddies.

The movie received 10 Oscars and a standing ovation from US President Barack Obama, who said "This movie was 2 spooky 4 me."

The movie currently holds a 95% Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with most critics agreeing that the film is really "Spooky" and is best watched with your buddies.

Rumor has it that this film's spooky levels reached critical mass which was felt throughout time and space causing every major international dilemma and sparked the beginning of this run on sentence.

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Comments ( 8 )

Totally not edited

To quote Apple Bloom: Seriously?

I wish I knew who did that, so I could shake their hand. Hilarious...

Nooooooooo! I love that movie!

Well, Snopes.com, it looks like you have two more rumours to debunk.

Matter of fact, I'll debunk them.

- Roger Ebert was a reviewer of theatrically released movies - which Spooky Buddies was not. His tragic death was caused by cancer, not by events in the film.
- Spooky Buddies also was not on the 2012 Oscar® Ballot (not even Best Picture, as implied; the award in 2012 went, uniquely, to The Artist). (Notably, Disney, who made this, had Beauty And The Beast nominated for Best Picture; it lost to The Silence of the Lambs, released by a then-newly kaput Orion Pictures).
- President Obama's quote sounds like it was lifted out of an article in the American satirical publication The Onion.
- The film is also NOT listed on Rotten Tomatoes if it says that.
- And we also have a lack of fact regarding the film's "Spooky" elements. It seems this guy likes that film too much.

I just deleted the highlighted section on Wikipedia. It doesn't have any real facts in it.

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Aww I bet it's cute

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