What's this stuck in the DVD player!?!
I prefer to think of October 31st as THE day to celebrate what milestones the horror genre has to offer, gorging oneself on unsuspecting Trick or Treaters is, of course, an added but nevertheless delicious, bonus (I would suggest removing the bones and costumes first unless you wish your next BM to be something slightly resembling a fanged cast member from any of the Twilight films).
12:00 (Midnight) Halloween has officially begun.
Some may feel the need to call in sick, perhaps state that your asshole is on fire or some other excuse so utterly vile and over the top in descriptiveness so that the person receiving the call just wishes it to be over lest they start to feel the same symptoms!
Dir. John Carpenter
Dir. Conor McMahon
Where's my brolly, it seems to be raining teenagers
Dir. Lucio Fulci
Dir. Stephen Norrington
Hostel 2 (2007)
Dir. Eli Roth
Fuck that! I'm not taking any trip to the Eastern Block, those lil brats are vicious!
Evil Dead (1983)
Dir. Sam Raimi
Noon Movie #7
Freddy Vs. Jason (2003)
Dir. Ronny Yu
Dir. George A. Romero
Dog Soldiers (2002)
Dir. Neil Marshall
This is my favorite Lycanthropy flick folks (*Feind’s is American Werewolf In London btw). The interaction between many of the characters is what makes this movie. The interaction between the 'squaddies' and their predators, when the writing is on the wall, is what places this movie on my top five list. “I hope I give you the shits!” There are more Neil Marshall flicks, Descent, Doomsday and Centurion all of which IMO kick ass and are more than worthy of a peek. (*Descent is a Feind favorite btw again)
Hellraiser 2: Hellbound
Dir. Tony Randel
What is your pleasure Sir? (*Unfortunately the Hellraiser films are not my pleasure sadly)
Cannibal Holocaust (1980)
Dir. Ruggero Deodata
So here it is, and surprise, surprise it's probably not what you might have expected me to choose.
Dead Alive aka Brain Dead (1992)
Dir. Peter Jackson