The 2013 Annual October Horror Movie Watching Thread!!!

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  1. satans-sadists

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    10/2/13

    The Walking Dead “The Suicide King” (2013)
    The Walking Dead “Home” (2013)
    The Walking Dead “I Ain’t A Judas” (2013)

    10/4/13

    The Walking Dead "Clear" (2013)
    The Walking Dead "Arrow on the Doorpost" (2013)
    The Walking Dead "Prey" (2013)

    10/5/13

    The Walking Dead "This Sorrowful Life" (2013)
    The Walking Dead "Welcome to the Tombs" (2013)
    The Fog (1980)
    Prince of Darkness (1987)

    10/6/13

    Psycho II (1983)
    Psycho III (1986)

    10/7/13

    Baron Blood (1972)
    Lisa and the Devil (1974)

    10/9/13

    American Horror Story: Asylum "Welcome To Briarcliff" (2012)
    American Horror Story: Asylum "Tricks & Treats" (2012)

    10/11/13

    Dracula (1958)
    The Vampire Lovers (1970)
    Twins of Evil (1971)

    10/12/13

    Asylum (1972)

    10/13/13

    American Horror Story: Asylum “Nor’easter” (2012)
    American Horror Story: Asylum “I Am Anne Frank Part 1” (2012)
    American Horror Story: Asylum “I Am Anne Frank Part 2” (2012)
    American Horror Story: Asylum “The Origins of Monstrosity” (2012)

    10/14/13

    Race With the Devil (1975)

    10/16/13

    American Horror Story: Asylum “Dark Cousin” (2012)
    American Horror Story: Asylum “Unholy Night” (2012)

    10/17/13

    Virgin Witch (1972)

    10/18/13

    American Horror Story: Asylum “The Coat Hanger” (2012)
    American Horror Story: Asylum “The Name Game” (2013)
    American Horror Story: Asylum “Spilt Milk" (2013)
    American Horror Story: Asylum “Continuum” (2013)
    American Horror Story: Asylum “Madness Ends” (2013)

    10/19/13

    Fall of the House of Usher (1960)
    The Pit & The Pendulum (1961)

    10/20/13

    The Haunted Palace (1963)
    Masque of the Red Death (1964)

    10/21/13

    House of the Devil (2009)
    The Innkeepers (2011)

    10/23/13

    Lifeforce (1985)

    10/26/13

    Witchfinder General (1968)
    The Monster Club (1981)
    Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park (1978)
    The Funhouse (1981)

    10/27/13

    The Night Child (1975)
    The Amityville Horror (1979)
    Amityville II: The Possession (1982)

    10/28/13

    Frankenstein (1931)

    10/30/13

    Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)
     
  2. YottNik

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    Halloween (1978)
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    Halloween II (1981)
     
  3. MisterTwister

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    10/30:

    House of Whipcord (1974)-8/10
    FleshEater (1988)-8/10
    Evil Laugh (1986)-7/10
     
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    Oct. 30th [#23, 24, 25, 26, 27]

    Whoo-weee! Big day for me, in terms of viewings. Saw quite a few and most were a blast.

    House on Haunted Hill (1959) & The Bat (1959)
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    Classic Vincent Price deliciousness.

    Full-Tilt Boogie (1997)
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    A doc where you see maybe too much of how the sausage is made. Tarrantino is eye-rollingly self-absorbed, while Rodriguez is aloof. And all the union bullshit is just that. I don't want to know your politics! I just wanna see some behind-the-scenes horror--and there is surprisingly little of that here.

    Tales from the Hood (1995)

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    Seriously, Clarence Williams III is the shit. Oh yes, he's the shit all right.

    Creepshow 2 (1987)

    Watch out for the trash bag in the water OMG!
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    This one is pretty dissatisfying, specially when compared to the first. Where are all the morality twists? It's mostly just shitty people getting killed with embarrassing animation book-ending it all.
     
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    10.30.13
    The Vincent Price Collection Blu-ray
    The Fly (1958) Blu-ray
    Madhouse (1974) DVD
    The Last Man On Earth DVD
    House On Haunted Hill (1958) DVD
     
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    10.30.13 (52)

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    After Midnight (1989) (DVD) [​IMG]

    Too bad we are still stuck with the letterboxed MGM DVD. This anthology certainly deserves better. I love the stories, especially the first and second which are oozing with great atmosphere. The film kind of runs out of steam in the third act but the wild ending of the wraparound story makes up for it.
     
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    Here's one for fans of Lon Chaney, Jr., Boris Karloff, and Peter Lorre:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUS7BiX6ejo

    It's the complete Route 66 episode where they recreate some of their most famous roles. I've wanted to see this since I was a little kid looking at stills I found in a book.

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    Some more info is here:

    http://www.classicfilmtvcafe.com/2010/10/route-66-lizards-leg-and-owlets-wing.html

    I haven't watched yet but will get to it later today. I wanted you guys to have the opportunity to squeeze it in today too.

    Happy Halloween!
     
  8. dave13

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    Wait a minute...so are you saying you watched ALL SIX films in the Vincent price collection, in addition to these other 4? hot damn, that's a lot of movies in one day!
     
  9. maskull

    maskull I finally got an avatar!!! Yay!!

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    Thanks for posting this! I'll definitely squeeze it in.
     
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    It's finally here! This is what I have on the agenda tonight to cap things off!​

    78) Ginger Snaps

    79) House Of 1000 Corpses

    80) Scream

    81) The Haunting (1963)

    82) Evil Dead (1984)
     
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    My pleasure. I'm really psyched to see this and knew some of you guys would be too.

    I picked up this book as a 7-year-old in 1975! It features some pics and a write-up of this show. I never thought I'd actually get to see it.

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    I think he means those are the films from the collection that he watched.
     
  13. Paff

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    I'm sure everyone has their Halloween viewing planned, but I just thought I'd mention that MGMHD has a lot of cool movies showing today, like Twins of Evil, Vampire Circus, Last Man on Earth, etc. I missed Planet of the Vampires earlier this month, but my DVR is set for today's lineup.
     
  14. dave13

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    no, that can't be - none of those films are a part of the Vincent Price collection.
     
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    SPAWNINGBLUE'S 2013 OCTOBER HORROR MOVIE WATCHING

    Bold = first time viewing. Rating out of 10.

    October
    1
    The Fog (1980) 9/10
    This Is the End (2013) 7.5/10
    2
    The Boogens (1981) 7/10
    3
    V/H/S 2 (2013) 7/10
    Frankenstein's Army (2013) 6/10
    4
    The Lords of Salem (2013) 4.5/10
    5
    Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! S:1 - What a Night for a Knight (1969) 6.5/10
    The American Scream (2012) 7/10
    Campfire Tales (1991) 5.5/10
    6
    The Real Ghostbusters S:1 - Mrs. Rogers Neighbourhood (1986) 6/10
    The Simpsons S:24 – Treehouse of Horror XXIII (2012) 4/10
    The Simpsons S:25 – Treehouse of Horror XXIV (2013) 5/10
    Bob’s Burgers S:4 – Fort Night (2013) 6/10
    Halloween Wars S:3 – Zombie Prom (2013) 6.5/10
    7
    The Nest (1988) 6.5/10
    Ticks (1993) 7/10
    8
    Planet of the Vampires (1965) 7/10
    9
    Crystal Lake Memories (2013) 8/10
    11
    Garfield's Halloween Adventure (1985) 7.5/10
    Sharknado (2013) 3/10
    12
    The Real Ghostbusters S:1 - Silmer, Come Home (1986) 6/10
    The Real Ghostbusters S:1 - Troll Bridge (1986) 7/10
    Home Improvement S:2 - Haunting of Taylor House (1992) 7/10
    Monster House (2006) 6/10
    Let's Scare Jessica to Death (1971) 7/10
    Triangle (2009) 7.5/10
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    War of the Worlds (1953) 7.5/10
    Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! S:1 - Hassle in the Castle (1969) 7/10
    Every Other Day is Halloween (2009) 6/10
    Halloween Wars S:3 – Twisted Nursery Rhymes (2013) 7/10
    15
    Tales That Witness Madness (1973) 6/10
    16
    The Amityville Horror (1979) 7.5/10
    17
    Home Improvement S:3 - Crazy for You (1993) 8.5/10
    Dance of the Dead (2008) 7/10
    Witch's Brew (2011) 6/10
    19
    The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) 2/10
    Dark Skies (2013) 8/10
    20
    The Real Ghostbusters S:1 - When Halloween Was Forever (1986) 7.5/10
    Halloween Wars S:3 – Swamp Creatures Attack (2013) 7/10
    Roseanne S:2 - Boo! (1989) 9/10
    21
    Hocus Pocus (1993) 6.5/10
    Roseanne S:3 - Trick or Treat (1989) 8/10
    Sinister (2012) 6.5/10
    22
    The Conjuring (2013) 8/10
    23
    Severance (2006) 7/10
    25
    The Monster Club (1981) 5.5/10
    26
    The Real Ghostbusters S:3 - Halloween II 1/2 (1987) 7/10
    American Scary (2006) 7/10
    27
    Little Shop of Horrors (1986) 7/10
    The Real Ghostbusters S:5 - The Halloween Door (1989) 7/10
    Halloween Wars S:3 – Nightmares (2013) 7/10
    28
    Night Flier (1997) 7/10
    [REC] (2007) 8.5/10
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    [REC 2] (2009) 7/10
    Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College (1991) 7.5/10




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    The Conjuring (2013) - I don't know if this movies lived up to all it's hype, nor was it as frightening as I had hoped, but I did really enjoy it. Based on a true story about a haunted house that the famous paranormal investigators the Warrens exorcised. I was glad to see most of the scares CGI free, and although I thought they showed a little too much at times, especially near the end, it still all mostly worked for me. The acting was good from all involved especially Vera Farmiga, the Directing very effectively staged the scares, and the spooky atmosphere was prevalent throughout. I loved the room of cursed items that the Warrens kept, and the clap scene was well done even if it was spoiled on all of the marketing. It's a real shame James Wan is retiring from horror films as he has really delivered some modern horror classics.




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    Severance (2006) - I have heard nothing but good things about this horror comedy for years now, but I just now finally got around to checking it out. I don't know what I was waiting for as it was for the most part really enjoyable. It's advertised as The Office meets a slasher film and I would say that's a fair description. This film was Directed by Christopher Smith who I have already praised quite a bit this month thanks to his excellent Triangle, and he delivers here as well. He is definitely a Director I will kbr eeping an eye on from this point forward, as I really enjoyed Black Death and to a lesser extent Creep as well. The only problem I had with this film is who is revealed to be behind the murders. It makes sense considering the characters are all weapons dealers, but I still think it took a little out of the film.




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    The Monster Club (1981) - This was one of the movies I was most excited to watch this month. I love Vincent Price, anthologies, 80s films, monsters, and really like Donald Pleasance as well, how could this be bad? Unfortunately it really let me down. On our podcast I ripped it apart, but I was tired when I watched it so I revisited the last half a few days later, and although it's still not great, it's not as abysmal as I originally made it out to be. The wraparound although a little hokey was a entertaining, and even though the costumes and makeup were a little cheesy, and the music video style performances on stage were laughably bad, I found myself just going along for the ride. Price's charming presence on screen always elevates the film, and this one was no different. I kind of liked the idea behind it all as well, even if it was all rather childish. Unfortunately the three stories in the middle never really stood out to me and were all very mediocre, lacking the ridiculousness that carried the wrap around story. The first tale is about a woman who is helping a rich recluse catalog his various treasures with the plan to eventually steal them. Unbeknownst to her, the man is actually a Shadmock, a creature that kill people with but a whistle. Silly fun, although I have no clue why everyone acts like he is hideous looking when really he is just a little pale with a mole. Did I miss something or did they just not have enough budget to make him more ghastly looking? The second story was a quick one about some bumbling vampire hunters who end up having to stake one of their own. And finally the third story was about a movie Director scouting locations for his next film who comes upon an isolated decrepit village only to find out it is stalked by ghouls. Again though, the ghouls just looked like regular people with ratty clothes and a bit of green our their faces!? Even with no money you can be a little more creative then that! That being said, this story did have a few creepy moments, and again the story was interesting just not presented very well. The best example of this was when one of the more fascinating scenes, the origin of the ghouls, was only told with stills, again I'm assuming a budgetary reason. The final wraparound was again lot of fun though, tackling man being the worst monster of all. I wanted to love this one but it's probably near the bottom for me as far as anthologies go. I'll have to give it another chance next year though, and hopefully with such low expectations be able to get more out of it.




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    The Real Ghostbusters S:3 - Halloween II 1/2 (1987) - I loved the last Halloween episode, and even though this one wasn't quite as interesting, it was still very entertaining. Samhain makes a return when two goblins sneak into the Ghostbusters Halloween party and release him back into the world. He takes over the firehouse, transforming it into his ghoul lair as he builds an army of ghosts. The junior Ghostbusters also make an appearance here, which made the episode seem a little more kid friendly then normal. I was shocked and saddened to hear Peter Venkman and Janine with new voice actors. I thought Lorenzo Music who also voiced Garfield was perfect for the Venkman character, although Dave Coulier from Full House fame isn't a completely terrible replacement.




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    American Scary (2006) - I never got to see too many horror hosts growing up so it's been a real hoot checking out the various documentaries focusing on them and what they were all about. Every Other Day Is Halloween focused solely on horror host Count Gore De Vol, and althoguh it dragged a little at times, it was still enjoyable enough. This one was a lot more entertaining as it covered the history of horror hosting as well as all the various horror hosts throughout the years, everyone from Vampira and Zacherley to Bob Wilkins and Elvira, it covers them all. I wish I could have grown up with these hosts introducing my weekly horror fix, but I guess this is the next best thing. The clips strewn throughout really take you back in time and help add some variation to the mix. I found the Big Chuck and Hoolihan / Lil' John skits especially entertaining!




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    Little Shop of Horrors (1986) - If you read my thoughts on Rocky Horror you would know I am not into musicals at all, so this film already had a strike against it. With that said, this film was a huge surprise and I ended up really enjoying it. There was a little too much singing for my tastes, but thankfully most of the songs were't too grating, actually some of them were actually pretty amusing. What really sold me on the movie though were the various cameos from Steve Martin, John Candy and Bill Murray, were all utterly hilarious. The colourful sets and well done practical effects added a lot of magic to the film as well. Thankfully my first time watching it was the Director's Cut, which after comparison has the much better ending and makes it the superior cut over the the theatrical version. This wasn't my favourite movie this month, but so far it's the biggest surprise for me and one I will definitely watch again!




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    The Real Ghostbusters S:5 - The Halloween Door (1989) - This the final Halloween special and like the others before it was very enjoyable. This was from a later season, so it's a little lighter and goofier then the earlier specials, but still contains a very unique story. In this episode, a man hates Halloween so much he creates a machine that will eliminates anything related to the holiday. Unfortunately, what he does't know is that we celebrate Halloween as a pact with the ghosts and goblins, so by eliminating Halloween the monsters come back to haunt our world. Another really idea for a children's cartoon!




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    Halloween Wars S:3 – Nightmares (2013) - The final episode of Halloween Wars! Even though it's crazy that the grey team has made it this far, thankfully the show didn't completely let me down, and made the right choice with the green team eventually coming out on top. When you compare the final sculptures it was obvious who was going to win, as the grey team's sculpture was very simple and generic looking where as the green team created a very detailed and grotesque nightmarish boogeyman. This episode restored my faith in the show and I can't wait to tune in again next year!




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    Night Flier (1997) - This is a movie that really flew under the radar upon its initial release and I always assumed it was a straight to video release. Thanks to a small but slowly developing following, it has received lots of praise over the past few years and is the reason I finally decided to give it a shot. Based on a Stephen King short story about a vampire who stalks his prey at night in a black plane. Like many of King's novels, the plane takes on character traits of its own, dark and ominous or the machined incarnate of death itself. The mystery is engaging, keeping the story moving but also adding an increasing sense of dread throughout. The main character wasn't very likeable, but he was at least interesting, and well acted. There was surprisingly some gruesome aftermath scenes in this, and the sets were well staged and the scenes well framed. It's too bad they spoil the look of the vampire all over the disc and case, as part of the mystery surrounds the look of the creatures who spends most of the movie in shadows.




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    [REC] (2007) - I have watched this film several times now, and although it has lost a little of its edge due to familiarity , it was still mostly effective. One of the best modern horror films, and one of the best found footage films that blows away the passionless remake. The found footage angle actually makes sense for the most part here, the zombies are very frightening, the acting is well delivered, and the night vision finale with the bony creature is still scary as hell!




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    [REC 2] (2009) - I was really excited to see this followup as I have heard by many that it tops the first film, which as mentioned above I love. Unfortunately I disagree with that assessment, and I feel it is a lesser film in every way. Some of the characters are annoying, the acting isn't as believable, the scares aren't as effective, and most importantly I feel like the religious angle that they touch upon in the first film but fully develop here actually hurts the film in that it makes it all a little silly. Where as the first kept you on the edge of your seat and uneasy at all times, I felt this film didn't work as well because you didn't really care if any of the characters survived. That's not to say it was a bad film, as it's still much better then most of the tripe getting released including 90% of all found footage films. I guess it just didn't come anywhere near the first film for me or my expectations.




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    Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College (1991) - The concept and cover of this movie alone was so ridiculous that I had to see it. I assumed it would be another so bad it's good film to add to my list, thankfully it was, but was also so much more. I was totally down with this film the first 5 min., with the ghouls in the toilet, the comic book, and the frat pranks. I hated the first film, but loved the second film. Thankfully this one falls more in line with the second film, combined with a Porkys or Revenge of the Nerds style teen romp, which I am a big fan of. Yes, this film was made for for me! It delivered lots of laughs, pranks, gratuitous nudity, unique kills, and of course ghoulies mischief. It's probably more comedy then horror, but there are definitely enough horror elements throughout. I had a blast with this movie and can't wait to revisits it again!
     
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    65.) FleshEater (1988) 3 / 5 (blu-ray)
    Let me preface by saying this movie is extremely awful, but it's just so incredibly entertaining to watch. I've seen it a few times now, devoting way more of my life to the film than it deserves. It's mostly just a string of random vignettes of Halloween night zombie attacks, but I don't care. It's all in good fun. Still, I can't bring myself to give it higher than a 3.

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    66.) Hollow Gate (1988) 4 / 5 (VHS)
    Another Halloween favorite, combining a fun-little slasher tale with punctuated "so-bad-it's-good" moments. I think being mauled by golden retrievers has to be one of the more creative kills in slasher movie history. And there's a very un-PC war rant that always has my jaw on the floor. Somebody bring this gem to DVD please, my VHS is on its last legs!!!!

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    67.) Roseanne: Tricks & Treats (1989 - 1996) 4.5 / 5 (DVD)
    All the Halloween episodes. I had never really watched the show aside from the occasional episode here and there, but picked this DVD up completely on a whim (plus it was super cheap). Was surprised how much fun these were! Really enjoyed the heck out of them. The last two episodes were pretty crummy though. 5 / 5 for the first six episodes, 1.5 / 5 for the last two. I could see myself revisiting this DVD for many Halloweens to come.

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    68.) I've Been Waiting For You (1998) 4.5 / 5 (DVD)
    I've always gotten a kick out of the post-Scream slashers, and have always loved this made-for-TV cross between I Know What You Did Last Summer and The Craft. Sure, the body count is super low and it's strictly PG-13, but the cast and atmosphere are a lot of fun, the whodunit is well-done, and the lack of kills are made up for by some quality chase scenes. Huge fan of this one.

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    69.) Evil Breed: The Legend Of Samhain (2003) 3 / 5 (DVD)
    I remember being extremely excited for this backwoods slasher, but being incredibly let down when I finally saw the film. Now that the initial disappointment has faded, I do think it's an extremely fun little backwoods slasher. Definitely gory, and the uncut version of Jenna Jameson's death scene in the DVD extras is incredibly grotesque. Kind of funny, a majority of the female cast are porn stars. I thought Ginger Lynn actually does a pretty good job, doing a fairly subtle Irish accent. Not a good movie, but still a lot of fun to watch.

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    70.) American Nightmare (2002) 5 / 5 (DVD)
    I've watched this every October since it was released. I absolutely love it. Debbie Rochon's performance is incredible. The entire cast of characters are extremely likable. It has a really fun atmosphere about it. Definitely low-budget, but all things considered this is a very effective little slasher flick. If only all indie-slashers took this kind of care and appreciation for the material.




    Previous movies:
    1.) Return To Sleepaway Camp (2008)
    2.) The Burning (1981)
    3.) Dead Before Dawn (2012)
    4.) Jack Ketchum's The Lost (2006)
    5.) Hallows' Eve (2013)
    6.) Helter Skelter (1976)
    7.) Arachnophobia (1990)
    8.) 100 Bloody Acres (2012)
    9.) Scarecrow (2013)
    10.) Wither (2012)
    11.) My Babysitter's A Vampire (2010)
    12.) Phantasm II (1988)
    13.) Sorority House Massacre (1986)
    14.) Sorority House Massacre II (1990)
    15.) Return Of The Living Dead III (1993)
    16.) Curse Of Chucky (2013)
    17.) Static (2012)
    18.) Nothing Left To Fear (2013)
    19.) Strangeland (1998)
    20.) The Return Of The Living Dead (1985)
    21.) The Absent (2011)
    22.) Silver Bullet (1985)
    23.) Night Of The Demons (1988)
    24.) Pet Sematary (1989)
    25.) Pet Sematary II (1992)
    26.) Eyes Of Laura Mars (1978)
    27.) House Of Fears (2007)
    28.) The Fly (1986)
    29.) The Fear: Halloween Night (1999)
    30.) Halloween Night (2006)
    31.) Shiver (2012)
    32.) Amusement (2008)
    33.) Retribution (1987)
    34.) Toy Story Of Terror (2013)
    35.) Witchboard 2: The Devil's Doorway (1993)
    36.) Lady In White (1988)
    37.) Boo (2005)
    38.) Killer Eye: Halloween Haunt (2011)
    39.) Headless Horseman (2007)
    40.) The Hollow (2004)
    41.) The Craft (1996)
    42.) The Evil Dead (1981)
    43.) The Blob (1958)
    44.) Halloween (1978)
    45.) The House Of The Devil (2009)
    46.) Jug Face (2013)
    47.) Halloween 4: The Return Of Michael Myers (1988)
    48.) Halloween 5: The Revenge Of Michael Myers (1989)
    49.) The Haunting (1963)
    50.) Halloween: The Curse Of Michael Myers (1995)
    51.) Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998)
    52.) Close Encounters Of The Third Kind (1977)
    53.) Halloween: Resurrection (2002)
    54.) Night Of The Living Dead (1968)
    55.) Dark Night Of The Scarecrow (1981)
    56.) The Bates Haunting (2012)
    57.) Salem's Lot (1979)
    58.) Buck Wild (2013)
    59.) On Air (2012)
    60.) Race With The Devil (1975)
    61.) Halloween (2007)
    62.) Lightning Bug (2004)
    63.) Jack-O (1995)
    64.) The Hazing (2004)
     
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    then we remain...in deadly suspense!
     
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    Now, if you REALLY want to branch out your tastes, try seeing Little Shop when a local theatre production puts it on (I'm sure you know the film is based on the off-Broadway musical based on the Corman film). A local company did an amazing production of it in 2011, that also wanted to include references to the original Corman film. Here's a clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0Du0wSNGOo
    What makes this so bad-ass is that the sets, the costumes, everything, are all in black and white! The only things in color are Audrey II and the urchin singers.
     
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    October 1st

    01. Night Gallery: The Cemetery


    October 2nd

    02. Night Gallery: Little Black Bag


    October 3rd

    03. Night Gallery: Finnegan's Flight


    October 4th

    04. Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984)


    October 5th

    05. Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985)


    October 6th

    06. Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives (1986)


    October 7th

    07. Night Gallery: Class of '99


    October 8th

    08. Night Gallery: The Return of the Sorcerer


    October 9th

    09. Night Gallery: Aunt Ada


    October 10th

    10. Night Gallery: A Question of Fear


    October 11th

    11. The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)


    October 12th

    12. The Shining (1980)


    October 13th

    13. The Fog (1980)


    October 14th

    14. Christine (1983)


    October 15th

    15. They Live (1988)


    October 16th

    16. The Thing (1982)


    October 17th

    17. Prince of Darkness (1987)


    October 18th

    18. In the Mouth of Madness (1994)


    October 19th

    19. The Mummy's Hand (1940)
    20. The Mummy's Tomb (1942)
    21. The Mummy's Ghost (1944)
    22. The Mummy's Curse (1944)


    October 20th Happy Birthday Bela Lugosi! :evil:

    23. Dracula (1931)
    24. White Zombie (1932)
    25. The Black Cat (1934)
    26. The Raven (1935)
    27. Son of Frankenstein (1939)


    October 21st

    28. The Seventh Victim (1943)


    October 22nd

    29. The Mask of Satan (1960)


    October 23rd

    30. The City of the Dead (1960)


    October 24th

    31. Night of the Demon (1957)


    October 25th

    32. I Bury the Living (1958)
    33. Night of the Living Dead (1968)


    October 26th

    34. The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue (1974)
    35. Zombie (1979)


    October 27th

    36. Dawn of the Dead (1978) [Extended Version]
    37. Day of the Dead (1985)


    October 28th

    38. The Return of the Living Dead (1985)


    October 29th

    39. Creepshow (1982)


    October 30th

    40. House of Wax (1953)
    41. The Haunted Palace (1963)
    42. The Masque of the Red Death (1964)
    43. The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971)


    October 31st

    44. Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)
     
  20. Gore Lunatic

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    Yep. I started watching a little after midnight and got through the first four films in the set. Got my five hour rest, then watched the remaining two films and decided I should just keep the Vincent Price train rolling with the other four films. I usually plan these giant marathons once or twice every Halloween and think the best way is to start right at midnight for the first half, rest, then continue. It also helps if you have the day off and have no plans. I did the same thing a couple years back with a Stephen King marathon. Working on another one right now actually :glasses:.

    This set includes 6 films The Pit & The Pendulum, The Masque Of Red Death, The Haunted Palace, The Fall Of The House Of Usher, The Abominable Dr. Phibes and Witchfinder General. The Blu-ray set also includes a cool 24 page book. The other four films I listed were single releases. I would love a Blu-ray of Madhouse and Last Man On Earth though.
     

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