I was challenged by 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 7, enjoy the following picks!
Horror Author Joe Chianakas pick-of-the-day:
The Cabin in the Woods
What's not to love about this movie? If you haven't seen it, call in sick to work NOW, and watch it NOW. Seriously. It's a horror-lovers orgy.
You've got the classic cabin in the woods setup, but there's a twist. This is all some kind of end-of-days government project? And there are really hundreds of monsters that could be unleashed any moment? WHAT?
Just watch it, kick back, and enjoy a thoroughly creative and humorous horror flick.
Available on: Check Syfy-- they're showing it several times this month. Also on iTunes and Amazon.
Rabbit in Red pick-of-the-day (a movie referenced in an upcoming part of my horror series):
This is a great film brought to us by Blumhouse (Jason Blum; JB-- anyone make that connection?).
Home invasion movies scare me more than any other type of horror, usually. This one-- imagine being deaf and having a home intruder break in. You can't even hear him creep up on you. Ahhh! It's a good film.
Available on: Netflix
The Magnificent Movie Emporium pick (join the movie group by clicking the link):
My friend Dave runs a fun movie group on Facebook, so I've been asking him for his picks, too, to give you some extras!
The Thing (1982)
It's John Carptener, it has an all-star cast, there's an alien craft in the Antarctic-- what more can you ask for? Classic Halloween fun!
Available on: Amazon, iTunes
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