Scary Movie

Halloween DVDThroughout the month of October I start watching all of the scary movies that I love. There are many of them to get through before Halloween night hits. It’s not that I don’t watch scary movies all year round, but I like to watch all of my favorites at this time of the year. Of course the month always culminates in watching Halloween on Halloween night after the trick or treaters are done ringing the door. It is important to note that I love only the original Halloween. The new Rob Zombie Halloween was way too gory for me and didn’t give me the same chills that the original one does. I did actually like that they put a little more back story on the new one. It made it interesting to see what they thought had turned Michael into a monster. On the other hand that actually took some of the scariness away from the story. I don’t think I need to know that Michael had a bad childhood. It’s more scary to not understand how he became this way. Why can’t they leave the classic movies alone? There are thousands of books published every year. Why not pick out something more original? I’m still angry that they remade Psycho. I actually like Vince Vaughn a lot, but the new Psycho sucked big time and Anne Heche was horrible casting. That idiot couldn’t act her way out of a paper bag. Anyway, everyone seems to have their favorite scary movie that they pull out on Halloween. Let me know what your favorite is. I also just love to watch Hocus Pocus with my daughter every year, so tell me your favorite family Halloween movie too. I want to compile a list of must watch scary movies and lets face it I want to see if there are any that I haven’t seen or forgotten about.

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2 Responses to “Scary Movie”

  1. Marissa Darling Says:

    if you can stand foriegn horror i highly suggest inside and marters.. also splinter was really good

  2. Anonymous Says:

    The Shining by Stanley Kubrick, Night Of The Living Dead (1968), The Omen (1976), The Exorcist (1973), Plan 9 From Outer Space, Bride Of the Monster, Amityville Horror (1979), Rosemary’s Baby, Carnival Of Souls, Dracula (1931), Frankenstein (1931), The Wolf Man, Scream

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