With October and Halloween just around the corner, I am gearing up for my month-long movie fest. However, this year I think I might need some help with what movies to watch.
I am looking for your suggestions to help with my horror-fest. I’ve seen the Exorcist and will NOT be watching it again. Please don’t ask me to spend any time with Pennywise because that certainly isn’t going to happen. But, for the most part I am open to your referrals. Last year I watched an oldie from the 60’s and it was creepily good. This year on my list so far is Eyes Without a Face. Eep!
Post a message in the comment section below with your choices and I will let you know if I add them to my list.
Last weekend I got a hankerin’ to start my Halloween movie watching – albeit a little early. With the coolness in the air last weekend, and now that the leaves are starting to change color and develop their crisp, Autumn scent, it seemed appropriate that my viewing would come sooner this year.
My beau and I were talking about Stephen King’s Silver Bullet and, of course, that’s what I decided to spend a late, lazy Sunday afternoon watching. After spending nearly all of my weekend working on my fitness biz, it was a perfect-ish way to relax for a few hours.
And, as always, Silver Bullet did not let me down. Corey Haim and Megan Follows are forever perfect as Jane and Marty, siblings dueling with each other, and with a werewolf – with a conscience.
And, of course, we can’t forget Gary Busey. I love that dude. He is spazz-tastic. Just say no to drugs, kids.
So, there I was, Sunday evening, watching Silver Bullet with not another thought to it. A movie I’d seen a bunch of times before. And all was well.
Then, Monday morning came. Eaaarly Monday morning. I’ve been teaching fitness classes in the park very early Monday mornings since the summer and as the summer came closer to ending, the later the sun has been rising. And last week when I went out, not only was it pitch dark, it was foggy. There was a thick rolling fog. Perfect for a nervous Nelly….and werewolves.
As I’m waiting for my class participants to arrive, I’m sitting in my car, doors locked, of course, staring down over the park, trying to see through the thickness of the fog. And texting my friend about the possibility of werewolf attacks. She called me a fool and said there was no such thing as werewolves.
But, I’m pretty sure that the last person who got attacked by a werewolf was certain there was no such thing as werewolves.
Next up (hopefully): Texas Chainsaw Massacre (the original!)
Well the day has finally arrived. It’s Halloween.
I’ve had my costume planned since last year but never got around to doing anything about it until two nights ago. So, in a mad dash I rummaged through my closet trying to find out what I had and what I needed. Then I mad-dashed on my lunch break yesterday to get the remaining items and last night after getting home my my classes at almost 10’o’clock I finished up the remaining few details…sewing here and there.
I waited allllll day to put on my costume.
Why…it’s Mary Poppins.
Yep, that’s me.
I had to go to the grocery store in that outfit. I got plenty of compliments and a couple of odd looks. (It’s Halloween people! Lighten up!) I have two costume parties to go to tomorrow night. One of them I’ll definitely be rocking this costume you….the other party is a themed party but, albeit keeping with the them, I’m gonna throw some originality in there too.
And now I’m home and my plan for the night is to sit back with a glass of wine (check) and watch Scream 4 and maybe Monster Squad.
I had waited and waited for so long for Scream 4 to be released but I suck and never got to see it in theater. Then when I did finally watch it it was a shitty version and I missed half of what was going on. So here’s hoping tonight will be better.
Monster Squad is freakin’ awesome movie. I talked a little bit about it a while ago (you can read it here). And even though it’s technically aimed at kids, it’s still scares me. I recommend it. For adults. Don’t let your kids watch this crap…you’ll be spoon-feeding them cough syrup just to get them to sleep.