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11 DAYS - Monsters (1988-1991)   opening

Flash Fact: The show followed producer Rubinstein’s other anthology show Tales From The Darkside, a collaboration with George Romero. This show marked the end of a successful resurgence of anthology horror that had begun with the Tales in 1983 and the re-introduction of the Twilight Zone in 1985. Often unapologeticly filled with dark humor and at least one crazy monster an episode the series was a lighter take on horror than previous shows. However sometimes the show used that to it’s advantage and would deceive with humor to bring things to a rather dark end. This show is well worth the time you spend watching it if you are horror nut or like me love short stories and anthology horror shows.

12 DAYS - The Evil Dead (2013)   trailer

Flash Fact: I originally hated this film. Then it grew on me. Now I am upset we will never follow up on the where the story left things. I still however could do without that very last nod to the original. 

13 DAYS - The Conjuring (2013)   trailer

14 DAYS - The Blob (1988)   trailer

IMO: This is a great update to the original. You have a young Frank Darabont taking the premise in a brutal direction and updating the scares. A much more straight horror adaption of the original film it utilizes the special effects advancements of the day nicely.

wednesdaydreams:

Countdown to HalloweenHalloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)

They’re going to kill us. All of us! All of us!

cunterion:

endless list of horror films - Dawn of the Dead (1978)

Still my favorite!

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15 DAYS - Charlton Comics  more

bewarethehorrorblog:

A list of the most festive Halloween horror movies. (in no particular order)

kimnovaks:

“The Mummy” 1932 

Anck-es-en-Amon, my love has lasted longer than the temples of our gods. No man ever suffered as I did for you. “

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16 DAYS - A Bucket of Blood (1959)   trailer

Flash Fact: Dick Miller is a legend, nuff said!

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