After tackling round one and round two of this year’s Spook Series films, it’s time ROUND THREE! These may not be the top vote-getters from my Spook Series poll, but there are some very worthy films on here, and I’m glad to have watched every one of ‘em. Continue reading
Alright, kids. It’s high time I got around to more of these Spook Series film, don’tcha think? So far, I’ve covered the top three films that you, my beloved and beautiful readers, picked from this poll. Now I’ve got another batch coming your way! Without further ado, I give you the second most popular group of films from that poll for your consideration this Halloween: Continue reading
HAPPY OCTOBER, BOYS AND GHOULS!!! I don’t know about you guys, but I can tell you that I am ready and rarin’ to kick off a month jam-packed with scary movies. Over here at Silver Screen Serenade, I like to refer to this horror-watching binge as Spook Series, an endeavor I began last year by watching 79 movies. Yep, you read that right—79. It was…a task. Haha. But an awesome task! Continue reading
I realize it’s only late August, leaving us more than a month before Halloween season kicks off, but I’m looking to the future because I LOVE watching scary movies, and I want to put out lots of reviews during the month of October. So here’s what you can do for me: Help me decide what gets priority. Continue reading
See that picture above? THAT’S HOW MANY MOVIES I WATCHED LAST MONTH.
…No. That’s a lie. But I did watch a lot of freaking horror movies for Spook Series–79 of them, if I did my math correctly. But I was looking at my lists a while back and I thought it would be cool to do something I intended to do yesterday, but didn’t: create a master list. Like, I have all these different movies, but when it gets down to it, what are the ones you really need to watch? Continue reading
Happy Halloween, kiddos! Hope you’re donning costumes and/or gobbling candy while you’re reading this last Spook Series 2013 post. It’s been a fun ride with lots of different horrors (all of which you can view in the Spook Series Archives), but alas, all good things must come to an end. Continue reading
We’ve seen some spine-tingling classics, family-friendly films, ghost stories, horror-comedies, and mockumentaries (all of which can be reviewed in the Spook Series Archives if you happened to miss any), but what would a good Halloween film collection be without some creepy creatures? Continue reading