spookery

spookery

(ˈspuːkərɪ)
n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) matters relating to spies and espionage
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Solid old-school Poltergeist spookery from the Saw team, shot from unsettling perspectives.
Orson Welles, just 23 years old, was already hailed as a genius, a true original and boy, how his originality showed on October 30, 1938, the night before Halloween, when he decided on a show a lot more frightening than the usual trick or treat spookery.
The producers of the Bond franchise will today unveil the identity of the new 007, just 24 hours after those spoilsports at MI6 took all the mystery out of spookery.
and now reports that the spookery he saw was mostly a waste of time, money and lives.
Solid oldschool Poltergeist spookery from the Saw team, shot from unsettling perspectives.