I hear John Carpenter’s Halloween score starting up. Yeah, Michael Myers must be somewhere.
The countdown is coming to an end for the biggest event of the year. It’s October, and all the hype, madness, and craziness has started. It is that time of the year when people celebrate with all the joy, and show off the inside monsters they have been hiding for the whole year. You will see lanterns glowing in your neighbor’s house. You will see people dressed up in scary and eerie costumes, or children celebrating their day with trick or treat party, while others may be enjoying their day carving pumpkins like never before. The celebrations are everywhere.
Halloween is almost here!
Do you remember the werewolf? During the full moon he turns all hairy, grows long fangs, and begins to slobber. Never let him catch you or you will turn into a werewolf too if he bites you. Once he becomes human again he’ll never remember just what he had done the night before. Sort of like going on an alcoholic bender only much worse. Among my favorite werewolf movies is the original 1941 movie The Wolf Man starring Lon Chaney, Jr. Well worth watching on Halloween. It will make you fear werewolves and gypsies too.
A few weeks ago I did a part 2 of "Underappreciated Horror Films" and started doing horror-related stuff in the spirit of Halloween.
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1. Doctor Sleep (31 October, Intrepid Pictures)
Ghouls and ghosts, falling leaves and jack-o-lanterns, costumes and candy—What more can you ask for in a holiday?
“Even a man who is pure of heart and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf, when the wolfbane blooms and the autumn moon is bright” – Kurt Siodmak
It's that time of year again. Millions know what I am referring to. It’s time for Charlie Brown and his gang to give us our October treat. It’s time for Linus and Sally to wait in the pumpkin patch all night for nothing. "It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown" will air on ABC on October 22nd and again on the 29th at 8:00 PM EST both nights.
I have put a spell on you, and now this night is filled with hocus pocus!
I love scary movies. Horror films have been my favourite genre for a very long time now because a lot of the older ones offer new and exciting perspectives on fear. During the 1930s, in Hollywood especially, there was a large increase in the amount of horror films being created, and then there was again almost twenty or so years later, and after that the world got Alfred Hitchcock's films as well. In the 70s there was a resurgence with films like The Exorcist and The Omen pushing the boundaries on horror film. Then there was the likes of Cronenberg's The Fly and psychologically challenging horror films like The Silence of the Lambs. In this list, I'm going to cover one hundred horror films that I love. They are in no particular order, but I will be discussing some memorable experiences that I have had watching some of them. You may also see that I am a Conjuring Universe Super-Fan...