Oct 31, 2010

Happy Halloween

May you avoid mass-mudering lunatics and soulless, black-eyed things that go bump in the night. Or not. Mwah-ha-ha-ha!!!


Oh, and by the way...here are my top 20 horror films of all-time.  As submitted to Final Girl for SHOCKtober!!!  No particular order, except alphabetic..I guess.

  1. [REC]
  2. Alien
  3. An American Werewolf in London
  4. Dawn of the Dead (1978)
  5. Dog Soldiers
  6. Don't Be Afraid of the Dark (1973) (TV)
  7. Event Horizon
  8. Frontier(s)
  9. Ginger Snaps
  10. Halloween (1978)
  11. Let the Right One In
  12. Salem's Lot (1979) (TV)
  13. The Descent
  14. The Devil's Rejects
  15. The Howling
  16. The Omen
  17. The Shining
  18. The Thing (1982)
  19. The Wicker Man (1973)
  20. Trick 'r Treat


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Note: Remember to play the Badgerdaddy Trivia Challenge every day.  The night HE came home.

5 comments:

white rabbit said...

I confess I'd nevers seen 'Dawn of the Dead' until a few nights ago when it was on tv. That's not a horror film, it's a comedy - albeit unintended...

BWAHAHA! and the like to you too.

:D

sybil law said...

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

Slyde said...

no "He knows you're alone"???

for shame.....

Avitable said...

I still haven't seen [REC] even though I saw the remake. Never heard of Frontier, and never actually saw The Thing.

I just saw "Let Me In", the remake of "Let The Right One In", and it was good. I might even say that it was better than the original.

B.E. Earl said...

Adam - The remake of "Let the Right One In" looks really well done. Not sure if it needed an American remake so soon, but I'll give it a try. I liked [REC] more than Quarantine for one reason alone. The difference in the cause of the outbreak.

Frontier(s) was a slap in the face. Combination Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Boys from Brazil. Odd, scary and what the fuck was that thing crawling in the tunnel?!?!?