30 Day Horror Movie Challenge
Day 30 - Your Favorite All Time Horror Movie (Or One Of)
Let the Right One In. It’s such a beautiful, haunting film and a prime example of what the horror genre can be capable of.
Happy Halloween!

30 Day Horror Movie Challenge

Day 30 - Your Favorite All Time Horror Movie (Or One Of)

Let the Right One In. It’s such a beautiful, haunting film and a prime example of what the horror genre can be capable of.

Happy Halloween!

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30 Day Horror Movie Challenge
Day 29 - Worst Horror Movie
Let Me In. There are worse-made films out there but this takes the cake as being a cynical cash-grab, a near shot-for-shot remake of a foreign film that came out before the paint could even dry on the original. Bonus: Watch the DVD for a shameless featurette on how they try to sell the film as being a new adaptation of the original novel without even mentioning the Swedish film.

30 Day Horror Movie Challenge

Day 29 - Worst Horror Movie

Let Me In. There are worse-made films out there but this takes the cake as being a cynical cash-grab, a near shot-for-shot remake of a foreign film that came out before the paint could even dry on the original. Bonus: Watch the DVD for a shameless featurette on how they try to sell the film as being a new adaptation of the original novel without even mentioning the Swedish film.

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30 Day Horror Movie Challenge
Day 28 - Horror Film You’d Like to See Remade / Rebooted
The Shining. I think the novel deserves a film adaptation that’s both faithful to the original book and is actually good (sorry Stephen, but your miniseries was… not).
Frank Darabont would be an ideal choice in my opinion.

30 Day Horror Movie Challenge

Day 28 - Horror Film You’d Like to See Remade / Rebooted

The Shining. I think the novel deserves a film adaptation that’s both faithful to the original book and is actually good (sorry Stephen, but your miniseries was… not).

Frank Darabont would be an ideal choice in my opinion.

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ifitwerestine:

 - let the right one in - tomas alfredson - 2008 -

This whole site brings back such fond memories of my childhood reading Goosebumps.

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30 Day Horror Movie Challenge
Day 27 - Your Guilty Pleasure Horror Movie
House of 1000 Corpses. Looking at it objectively it’s a pretty cheesy and trashy film but I still enjoy it.

30 Day Horror Movie Challenge

Day 27 - Your Guilty Pleasure Horror Movie

House of 1000 Corpses. Looking at it objectively it’s a pretty cheesy and trashy film but I still enjoy it.

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30 Day Horror Movie Challenge
Day 26 - Horror Movie For a Chicken
Paranormal Activity. I’m all for horror movies that rely on suspense as opposed to outright scares or gore, but this film was not scary… at all.

30 Day Horror Movie Challenge

Day 26 - Horror Movie For a Chicken

Paranormal Activity. I’m all for horror movies that rely on suspense as opposed to outright scares or gore, but this film was not scary… at all.

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30 Day Horror Movie Challenge
Day 25 - Favorite Christmas / Holiday Horror Movie
I don’t know a whole lot, so off the top of my head I’m picking Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale.

30 Day Horror Movie Challenge

Day 25 - Favorite Christmas / Holiday Horror Movie

I don’t know a whole lot, so off the top of my head I’m picking Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale.

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30 Day Horror Movie Challenge
Day 24 - Horror Movie Character That Describes You
Nothing comes to mind but I do have a great deal of empathy for Frankenstein’s monster as portrayed by Boris Karloff.

30 Day Horror Movie Challenge

Day 24 - Horror Movie Character That Describes You

Nothing comes to mind but I do have a great deal of empathy for Frankenstein’s monster as portrayed by Boris Karloff.

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30 Day Horror Movie Challenge
Day 23 - A Great Quote From a Horror Movie
“Do you know what’s really scary? You want to forget something. Totally wipe it out of your mind. But you never can. It can’t go away, you see. And it follows you around like a ghost.”
— A Tale of Two Sisters

30 Day Horror Movie Challenge

Day 23 - A Great Quote From a Horror Movie

Do you know what’s really scary? You want to forget something. Totally wipe it out of your mind. But you never can. It can’t go away, you see. And it follows you around like a ghost.”

— A Tale of Two Sisters

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30 Day Horror Movie Challenge

Day 22 - Best Death Scene

This scene from Frontier(s) still brings a huge grin to my face whenever I see it. I wonder what that says about me?

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