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You know what's awesome? Resurrecting dead pets. All this happens and more on this special black and white episode of Friday Night Fright Flicks, as Horror Guru and Count Jackula review Tim Burton's Frankenweenie!
UPDATED Nov. 23, 2012! In this bonus video, Count Jackula and Horror Guru provide commentary on their review of Frankenweenie!
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