Friday, October 28, 2016

28 of 31 Days of Halloween!

I was challenged by my local Barnes & Noble to develop a list of 31 horror movies to watch, one a day for October. My only problem is that I couldn't pick just one.

For October 28, enjoy the following picks!

Horror Author Joe Chianakas pick-of-the-day:


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I enjoyed the remake from a couple years ago, but nothing will top this first one. Carol-Anne, that old TV, and THAT tree! The characters in here are great, and all the actors do a wonderful job. It's still freaky as hell.

Available on: HBO

Rabbit in Red pick-of-the-day (a movie referenced in my horror series):


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Is it just me, or are horror flicks that center around creepy children scarier than ones about adults? This one has great child actors, and a terrific story, too. It's a remake, yes, but one the does it right!

Available on: SyFy

The Magnificent Movie Emporium pick (join the movie group by clicking the link if you enjoy discussing your favorite movies!):


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This is a gory and memorable flick that will make you want to stay close to civilization on your next trip! What happens when a group goes into the mountains and one gets a hell of an "infection?" 

Available on: HBO

Want more? My friend Bryan at Fitz of Horror, the hottest horror movie page on Facebook, is posting favorite movies by the HOUR this month!

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1 comment:

  1. Agreed on the Poltergeist movies, we love in the second one at the end when she says "our last closet ate me"