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:
A documentary about sleep paralysis that’s on Netflix. Super creepy.
Another documentary. This one explores the evolution of the American horror movie, and the society and culture that influences them.
A great movie about Halloween traditions, four interweaving stories. Plus, Anna Paquin.
Who doesn’t love this movie? (If you don’t, please stop talking to me)
Because Sissy Spacek is so brilliant
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*
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.
Documentary narrated by Cornelius Fudge. I mean, Robert Hardy. Yay ghost stories!
Companion piece to the above.
We made it to Wales!
Rounding out the UK
The Dracula Legacy, 1931-1948. Dracula; Dracula’s Daughter; Son of Dracula; House of Frankenstein; House of Dracula; and Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein.
Where does Halloween come from? Let this History Channel documentary narrated by Harry Smith educate you! Can be found on Youtube.
A documentary about four urban legends. If you aren’t watching anything by Joshua Zeeman, you are missing out.
A classic story that everyone loves, with everyone’s favorite detective!
And that’s it! I hope you all had an excellent Halloween!