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 13, enjoy the following picks!
Horror Author Joe Chianakas pick-of-the-day:
FRIDAY THE 13th
Here's the thing: I know so many young horror fans who never saw the original, and I think this is totally worth watching. I don't want to spoil it-- but there are two great twists. The reveal, and then THAT very last scene. Like many of you, perhaps, I watched this already knowing about the Jason mythology. Can you imagine what it would be like watching this for the first time? Not knowing anything about Jason or . . . his family? :) I think that would be great.
Available: This Friday, look for it to play on AMC multiple times throughout the day!
Rabbit in Red pick-of-the-day (a movie referenced in my horror series):
I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER
It's fun! I remember reading the book as a kid, and then getting to see the movie. Again, I have a love of these teen slashers, and I think anyone who loves the genre would appreciate it, too. This was one of those movies I got to see in the theater on a Saturday night when I was still a high school student. Teens and horror-- it's a relationship that will never die :)
Available on: Amazon, iTunes
The Magnificent Movie Emporium pick (join the movie group by clicking the link if you enjoy discussing your favorite movies!):
Sci-fi and horror! Great actors in this one, and if you love going into deep space for a few scares, then give this one a shot!
Available on: Netflix
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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