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Kathryn Hahn

M. Night Shyamalan welcomes you to scream, laugh during your 'Visit'

M. Night Shyamalan may not call "The Visit" a horror film, but when two kids visit their grandparents' home and strange, inexplicable things happen after dark, a little terror sets in. "The movie is entirely about playing on all of our fears — both how we find them ridiculous and how we're terrified by them and what happens to our minds and our bodies when we get old," Shyamalan said. "The Visit," starring Kathryn Hahn, Peter McRobbie, Deanna Dunagan and young Australian actors Ed Oxenbould and Olivia DeJonge, is due in theaters Sept. 11. HERO COMPLEX: Follow us on Twitter The director, whose previous credits include "The Sixth...