unscary

unscary

(ʌnˈskɛərɪ)
adj, -rier or -riest
undaunting; not terrifying
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Among the movie's targets are our flicks' action hero cliches and conventions, the usual vengeance motive and motif, local horror movies' unscary and even ludicrous excesses-and overly over melodramas
Sizzling scenes, funny lines, powerful performances from Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, dollops of unscary Gothic horror and a PC dash of women's rights.
When teaching sex education in secondary school I have been disturbed by the tendency to focus on frightening and negative things like diseases; Dawson succeeds in addressing the subject in a cheerful, cheeky, unscary way.
Now we have this singularly unscary ghost story starring flavour of the month Jessica Chastain.
Now we enter the driest period with this unscary ghost story starring Jessica Chastain.
Featuring distinctly unscary ghosts and plenty of humor, these stories are ideal for readers from Grades 2-4.
The whole idea is to make opera as accessible and unscary as possible," Naishtat said.
nature allegory, "Million Dollar Crocodile" feels like a compendium of several popular genres, most played strictly for laughs, with effective if unscary f/x thrown in.
THE DARKEST HOUR (12A) Unscary invisible aliens invade Moscow and it's up to American teens like Emile Hirsch to save the world.
Darkest Hour (12A) A sort of Tomorrow When The War Began in Russia in pointless 3D, a bunch of American teens and hard nut Russians take on unscary invisible aliens who've devastated Moscow.
A very little, very unscary fox who is crying and lost in the dark.
This is the second script from Diablo Cody, the stripper turned Oscar-nominated writer behind Juno, but while it retains that same sharp humour it just doesn't mix very well with the gory, but distinctly unscary horror interludes.