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Horror Franchise: Halloween (1978 – 2018)

You know I love a horror franchise, and with is being Halloween, I wanted to bring you a special post. Just for you guys, I watched every Halloween film from 1978 til 2018, and you can't find out all about it here. Oddly enough, until a few years back, I hadn't actually seen these films,… Continue reading Horror Franchise: Halloween (1978 – 2018)

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Hallowe’en Flicks: The Craft (1996)

Starring: Fairuza Balk, Robin Tunney, Neve Campbell, Rachel True Director: Andrew Fleming Sarah (Tunney) isn't sure she will fit in at her new school, but when she falls in with three oucasts she might have found where she belongs. Because Sarah has a secret: she can do magic. And these girls love to do magic… Continue reading Hallowe’en Flicks: The Craft (1996)

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Hallowe’en Flicks: Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

Starring: Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes, Ruth Gordon Director: Roman Polanski When Rosemary (Farrow) moves into a new apartment with her ambitious actor husband Guy (Cassavetes) things are a bit strange, including their odd neighbours, but Guy brushes aside her concerns. But when Rosemary finds herself mysteriously pregnant, she starts to get very concerned about the… Continue reading Hallowe’en Flicks: Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

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Hallowe’en Flicks: Burn Witch Burn!/Night Of The Eagle (1962)

Starring: Janet Blair, Peter Wyngarde, Margaret Johnston Director: Sidney Hayers Norman Taylor (Wyngarde) is a Professor who lectures about superstitions but is a man of science and reason. He's shocked when he finds out that his wife has been using voodoo and spells to protect him and advance his career, so he destroys her charms… Continue reading Hallowe’en Flicks: Burn Witch Burn!/Night Of The Eagle (1962)

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Hallowe’en Flicks: Chopping Mall (1986)

Starring: Kelli Maroney, Tony O'Dell, Russell Todd Director: Jim Wynorski A group of rad teens who work in a mall decide to stay late and party in the store after closing. But what they didn't count on was the state-of-the-art robot security system patrolling the building, a robot security that malfunctions and goes on a… Continue reading Hallowe’en Flicks: Chopping Mall (1986)

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Hallowe’en Flicks: The Nun (2018)

Starring: Demian Bichir, Taissa Farmiga, Jonas Bloquet Director: Corin Hardy In the latest Conjuring film, we saw a nun haunting Lorraine Warren, and this film is the story of that scary nun. Turns out the nun in question is a demon kept barely under control by a convent situated on a kind of hellmouth. When… Continue reading Hallowe’en Flicks: The Nun (2018)

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Hallowe’en Flicks: Valentine (2001)

Starring: Denise Richards, David Boreanaz, Katherine Heigl Director: Jamie Blanks At school, all the girls laugh as loser Jeremy Melton. He just can't get a date for Valentine's Day. But those five girls are all grown up, and with Valentine's Day approaching once again, the tables are turned when they're picked off by a masked… Continue reading Hallowe’en Flicks: Valentine (2001)

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Hallowe’en Flicks: Annabelle Comes Home (2019)

Starring: Madison Iseman, Mckenna Grace, Katie Sarife, Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson Director: Gary Dauberman Ed and Lorraine Warren bring Annabelle home and lock her in a cabinet which is sealed by a priest. She's all locked up, what could go wrong? When they go away overnight, their daughter Judy (Grace) is left in the care… Continue reading Hallowe’en Flicks: Annabelle Comes Home (2019)

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Hallowe’en Flicks: Child’s Play (2019)

Starring: Aubrey Plaza, Mark Hammil, Tim Matheson Director: Lars Klevberg Starting over in a new place, 13 year old Andy has trouble making new friends and fitting in, so his mother brings him home a Buddi doll from her work which was returned because it was defective. Andy names his doll Chucky, and this being… Continue reading Hallowe’en Flicks: Child’s Play (2019)

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Classic Movie Of The Week: Freaks (1932)

Starring: Wallace Ford, Leila Hyams, Olga Baclanova, Director: Tod Browning A beautiful but cold hearted trapeze artist gets way more than she bargains for when she and her strongman lover conspire to seduce the leader of the circus freakshow for his money. This film is really unusual. It was made before the production code, which… Continue reading Classic Movie Of The Week: Freaks (1932)