Monthly Archives: October 2014

Horrorfest: Halloween

Okay, if you haven’t seen this film…you must live under a rock. This one has been scaring the daylights out of me since I was a very young child (thanks for letting me watch horror films, mom and dad!). But … Continue reading

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Horrorfest: Rosemary’s Baby

This film is a classic, and after watching it, it’s easy to see why. Here is another horror film that will make you decide against children if you’re on the fence! Polanski’s iconic film still haunts audiences today–while this film … Continue reading

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Horrorfest: Hellraiser

Hellraiser…what the hell? I can say, without hyperbole, that this was one of the most bizarre movies I have ever seen. Don’t get me wrong–it was terrifying–but even at the end of the film, I found myself scratching my head … Continue reading

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Horrorfest: Children of the Corn

Let’s just say that if you’re on the fence about having kids, probably don’t watch this movie. Under the influence of a child prophet named Isaac, these cute little Bible thumpers decide to murder all of the adults in their … Continue reading

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Horrorfest: Poltergeist

They’re heeeeeereeee! This 1982 film is definitely a classic (at least to me). When someone asks me which horror films are amongst my all-time favorites, Poltergeist is very near the top. It remains a seminal classic from my childhood; in … Continue reading

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Horrorfest: Let the Right One In

Okay, I admit that sub-titles are not really the most enjoyable experience when I want to sit down and watch a film. I can’t shake the feeling that something is lost in translation, and that while reading the words, I’m … Continue reading

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Horrorfest: Carrie

How could we have a Horrorfest without this classic film? Even though this film came out a good nine years before I was born (feeling old yet?) it still maintains a solid foothold in the Horror genre, and for good … Continue reading

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