Spook Series 2015: A Ranking

Brace yourselves--Halloween is coming.

Brace yourselves–Halloween is coming.

Well, kids, tomorrow is officially HALLOWEEN!!! And, yes, I may have reviewed my last film for Spook Series yesterday, but, as I did last year, I thought it would be fun to line up all the films below and see which ones were winners, losers, and…erm…inbetweeners? Continue reading

Spook Series 2015: A Sinister Single (#12)

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It’s Halloween week, y’all! Can you believe it? That’s a little nuts to me…But, here we are, nonetheless. Unfortunately, this marks the end of something that always keeps me busy this month: my Spook Series. It’s been a fun run, but it’s time to call it quits. However, not before we get in one last spook! Continue reading

Film Club: The Shining

It’s just about Halloween, so it’s definitely time to discuss one of my Halloween faves, The Shining. Luckily, that’s just what Natasha chose for this month’s Film Club! Why don’t you go check out what the gang had to say?

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This months Film Club is a suittably scary edition as Natasha from the excellent Films and Things chose Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining. Read on as we dissect the classic 1980 horror.

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Cara’s Top 10 Horror Movie Heroines

Just a lazy little reblog for today, but a very Halloween-appropriate one. I did this top 10 list last year, and it’s easily one of my favorite posts ever. Here are my top 10 favorite horror movie heroines.

Silver Screen Serenade

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Sorry for the lack of post yesterday, my friends. Life is a tiny bit crazy right now. But I’m back with a vengeance today to talk about one of my favorite elements of scary movies: the horror heroine. Now when I say “horror heroine,” I’m not talking about the half-naked slutty chicks that get slaughtered in the first third of so many awful gorefests or the clumsy, brain-dead innocents who walk home by themselves at night and trip a million times when the killer begins to chase them.

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