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- n. A work of fiction that induces fear or nervousness.
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So began Japan's latest kaidan, or ghost story, a spine-chiller set in a typical small town.
While We, the People pay double for such a spine-chiller: With tuition and our tax dollars.
Surprise your friends with this unique and humorous spine-chiller.
This is a brilliantly-spun, spine-chiller of a story that fans of the dark side will love.
Yes I know that Hitchcock's spine-chiller was released in 1960 but the digital version is in cinemas from today.
Portman, 28, and Kunis, 26, both play rival ballet stars in the spine-chiller movie 'Black Swan'.
‘This particular spine-chiller comes from Alexis Debat, excitingly identified as "director of terrorism and national security" at the Nixon Center.
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