Halloween Horror Challenge: Finishing Up (Photo Heavy)

I did finish! I’m so proud of myself. But I’m a lazy bum and didn’t post. So we have twenty movies to get through. Here we go:

Day 12:

Day 12

A documentary about sleep paralysis that’s on Netflix. Super creepy.


Day 13:


Another documentary. This one explores the evolution of the American horror movie, and the society and culture that influences them.


Day 14:

Day 14

A great movie about Halloween traditions, four interweaving stories. Plus, Anna Paquin.


Day 15:

Day 15

Who doesn’t love this movie? (If you don’t, please stop talking to me)


Day 16:

Day 16

Because Sissy Spacek is so brilliant


Day 17:

Day 17

Reliving my childhood. I don’t care about Mr. Toad, but I love hearing about “Old Ichy”. And can we talk about Bing Crosby’s voice please? *sigh*


Day 18:

murder maps

I know it isn’t a movie, but it is a docu-series about horrifying events that really happened. Since it’s my challenge, I say it counts.


Day 19:


Documentary narrated by Cornelius Fudge. I mean, Robert Hardy. Yay ghost stories!


Day 20:


Companion piece to the above.


Day 21:


We made it to Wales!


Day 22:


Rounding out the UK


Days 23-28


The Dracula Legacy, 1931-1948. Dracula; Dracula’s Daughter; Son of Dracula; House of Frankenstein; House of Dracula; and Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein.


Day 29:


Where does Halloween come from? Let this History Channel documentary narrated by Harry Smith educate you! Can be found on Youtube.


Day 30:


A documentary about four urban legends. If you aren’t watching anything by Joshua Zeeman, you are missing out.


Day 31:


A classic story that everyone loves, with everyone’s favorite detective!


And that’s it! I hope you all had an excellent Halloween!





Halloween Horror Challenge Day 11

Still going strong! Wooo!

Fatal Attraction

Zombie and I had a discussion about whether or not this counts as horror. I say yes, because people like Alex exist, and anybody could find themselves in that situation. That thought is horrifying, hence horror. Plus, bunny in the pot. I think she considers it more thriller than horror. Discuss.

Halloween Horror Days 6-9

This three day weekend was pretty productive on the movie front. Two yesterday, two today. And guess who’s all caught up? Guess who’s a good girl?

Up first, The Village

The VIllage

Whatever, I love it, and hate The Sixth Sense.

Day 7:


I don’t know if this counts, but Christopher Walken scares me, so we’re going with it.

Day 8:

The Wolfman

The original. The best. Sorry, Benecio.

Day 9:

White Zombie

Bela Lugosi stars in this one I haven’t seen in a couple of years.

Halloween Horror Challenge Days 4 & 5

Yes, I know I’m already behind. I know. BUT it’s a holiday weekend, so that’s okay! Scary movie marathon!

The Fog

John Carpenter is a genius. Then you have Jamie Lee Curtis, some of her Halloween pals, her mom, and Adrienne Barbeau. Can’t lose.

Vincent Price

Yes, you’ve probably seen this image before. But who doesn’t like The House on Haunted Hill? (If you don’t, leave now. We can never coexist.) Vincent is just the king of horror. And that voice? Thriller.

Halloween Horror Challenge Days 1 & 2

Today I decided to watch one horror movie for each month of October. Yes, I know I don’t have the best track record with challenges. Although, if you follow me on tumblr or Instagram, you would know I finished NaKniCroMo.

Since I came up with the idea today, I was obviously one day behind. So tonight, it’s two movies to kick off Halloween month.



Yup. The master. Happy tossing and turning.