Shocktober 2016 is off to a great start!
Thanks everyone for reading my first ten posts of the month – it’s Halloween season, and every day I am sharing another “Shocktober” classic!
Day #1 got off to a rousing start with “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” – you can read some great trivia about this seminal film here:
For day #2, I offered up the legendary Actor George C. scott is a terrific haunted house movie:
See the classic spooky trailer here:
I kept it on the classics the first few days, which leads to America’s favorite “Scream Queen!”
Jaime Lee Curtis starred in what many feel is the greatest “Halloween” movie ever – because, well it is called “Halloween!”
I offered up some fun trivia on the film, which you can see here:
Eli Roth paid homage to one of the world’s most shocking films on day #4 – the “under-stated” horror classic:
Read about Roth’s terrific “The Green Inferno” AND the court case brought against the makers of “Cannibal Holocaust” all right here:
I needed a break from “shocking” – so I went with a different kind of Halloween thrill:
Yes, there are some great Halloween movies that also featured naked Vampires! See all you need to see right here!
This Halloween season, a real life creepiness is underway – real creepy clown sightings!
I look at this troubling phenomenon – as well as the greatest clown horror films around – right here:
Of course, some movies are “great” films, but boy, are they wildly entertaining!
“Pieces” is certainly not a perfect film, but the blu-ray includes a bonus documentary about New York’s notorious 42nd street of the 70’s – see it here:
Back to some classic horror films – one of the best is this one:
“Rosemary’s Baby” is also known as the movie Frank Sinatra divorced Mia Farrow over! Find out why here:
For day #9 of Shocktober, I decided to highlight one of the most iconic – and bizarre – horror films from the early 70’s:
Yes, Christopher Lee has a really big “Wicker Man” behind him – and click on my story to find out why:
Finally, on day ten I celebrated my friend Sasha Grey’s bloody horror thriller:
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