The List: October Horror Movie Month

Okay gang, here is a day by day accounting of my October movie month (which began in the late night hours of September 30th). I’ve included the non-horror related stuff as well, in parenthesis.

September 30:  Pet Semetery/ Pet Semetery 2
October 1: (Pitch Perfect)/ Sleepy Hollow
October 2:  John Carpenter’s The Fog
October 3:  Clive Barker’s Book of Blood/ The Midnight Meat Train
October 4:  (Thunderball)
October 5:
October 6:
October 7:  Beneath Still Waters/ Evil Dead 2
October 8:  Fanex Files: Hammer FilmsHowling 2: Your Sister is a Werewolf
October 9:  Cursed
October 10:  (You Only Live Twice)
October 11:  The Skeptic
October 12:  Salvage/ Primal
October 13:  (Book Launch and Party for Shelia O’Connor’s new YA Book Keeping Safe the Stars)
October 14:  (Argo)/ Ginger Snaps/ Poltergeist
October 15:  Sinister
October 16:  John Carpenter’s Village of the Damned/ Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992)/ Soul Survivors
October 17:  Dracula 2000/ The Gate/ (Mulholland Falls)
October 18:  House on Haunted Hill
October 19:  Ghost Ship
October 20:  Horror of Dracula
October 21:  Curse of Frankenstein/A Nightmare on Elm Street/ Halloween: H20/ Nosferatu
October 22:  Thirteen Ghosts/ (Alex Cross)
October 23:  (Sherlock 2.1)
October 24:  (Sherlock 2.2)
October 25:  Event Horizon
October 26:  Stigmata
October 27:  In the Mouth of Madness
October 28:  A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge
October 29:  (Sherlock 2.3)
October 30:  (Fun Size)/ Wes Craven’s New Nightmare
October 31:  Red State

All in all, I managed to talk about all but seven of the horror movies that I watched this month. One of the titles, Fanex Files: Hammer Films, is a documentary that I found at Half Price Books on the horror movies that Hammer Films produced. It provides a nice overview of their history as well as interviews from some people who have spent significant amounts of time becoming knowledgeable about the studio’s movies and the background history around the movies, as well as footage from the Fanex festivals of many of the surviving actors and crew that helped cement Hammer Films’ reputation in horror (including Christopher Lee). Interesting background on the movies and because of it I added two Hammer horror movies to my watch list: The Curse of Frankenstein and The Horror of Dracula, which was being written about at the same time as I was watching them at BrittaWrites, by fellow film buff Britta Moline (*waves*).

Total movies watched: 43
Total horror movies watched: 35

More later …


Published by: Thomas Rohde

Artist // Writer // Theatre Professional // Nerd // Night Owl Inspired by a steady and lifelong infusion of pop culture, comic books, and a vast assortment of films and books, our friendly neighborhood blogger has doomed himself to a life of creative pursuits. There's not enough time for everything, but we all do what we can. Artist: of watercolor, ink, comic illustration, horror/ sci-fi/ fantasy art. Writer: of fictions, tweets, captions & blogs. Lover: coffee, whiskey, wine & beer. Instagram and Twitter as @demipho


2 thoughts on “The List: October Horror Movie Month”

  1. It was good. Not quite what I was expecting, though I don’t really know what I was expecting. I don’t think that I’d call it a horror film. Michael Parks and John Goodman were excellent and it did manage to keep away from predictable storytelling. Not quite sure what people protested about–but then, I never really understood why people protested Dogma either.

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