I hope your Halloween was fun and full of sugar-sweet candy or revealing costumes and poor decisions, depending on your age range. Did you happen to sit around a campfire telling scary stories? No? You’re not alone. No one seems to do that anymore. The recent spate of horror movies over the last few years has been dead-set on sticking to this “found-footage” gimmick as a way around good ol’ fashioned storytelling. Could you imagine telling a scary story at a campfire by passing your phone around the circle to play a video or flipping through a virtual photo album? Of course not, you’d appear as crazy as the escaped mental patient with hooks for hands from that totally true story that happened to a friend of a friend of your cousin’s. But did you know that there used to be a time when a group of kids, who called themselves the Midnight Society, would gather around a campfire and submit their best scary story for the club’s approval? Whether you remember it or not, hit the jump to find out more in our latest installment of Hollywood! Adapt this: Are You Afraid of the Dark?