Friday Survey.- Halloween Prep

@kevin · Satellite of Love (SOL) (R)
Oct 23, 2020, 3:53pm PDT

1). Recommend 2 or 3 lesser known Horror films.
2). Which 3 films make a good Horror film night?
3). Recommend 2 scary films children can watch. (And don't say Centipede.)
4). What's a good Horror film that was released in the past year?
5). What's your favorite Halloween decoration?


Answer any or all. Have fun with it.

5 Replies

  • Reply #1

    1). Recommend 2 or 3 lesser known Horror films.


    Pontypool
    The Innocents (1960)
    The Sentinel (1977)


    2). Which 3 films make a good Horror film night?


    Two types:


    Fun Horror Night


    • Slither
    • Evil Dead 2
    • From Dusk Till Dawn


    Real Horror Night


    • The Witch
    • The Babadook
    • The Orphanage

    3). Recommend 2 scary films children can watch. (And don't say Centipede.)


    • The Gate
    • Gremlins 2: The New Batch

    4). What's a good Horror film that was released in the past year?


    Midsommar.


    5). What's your favorite Halloween decoration?


    A spooky ghost

    @ingy · Inglourious Basterd
    Oct 23, 2020, 4:50pm PDT
  • Reply #2

    1). Recommend 2 or 3 lesser known Horror films.


    • Fear Inc
    • Terrifier
    • Trick r Treat

    2). Which 3 films make a good Horror film night?


    • Halloween & Halloween 2
    • Scream
    • Saw

    3). Recommend 2 scary films children can watch. (And don't say Centipede.)


    • Hocus Pocus
    • Hotel Transylvannia

    4). What's a good Horror film that was released in the past year?


    Midsommar is amazing and one of my favorites. I'll also throw out The Lighthouse


    5). What's your favorite Halloween decoration?


    A jack-o-lantern. Either real or the mechanical one that laughs when you walk by it


    Thanks @kevin and Happy Halloween season!

    @angelcake · Zac Efron's Pool Boy
    Oct 24, 2020, 8:33am PDT
  • Reply #3

    1). Final Girls (‘15)
    The Stepfather (‘87). If you thought Terry O'Quinn was odd in Lost then check this one out.
    Daughters of Darkness (‘71). Very weird but fun cult film.


    2). I like my film nights with a sense of humor so . ..
    Fright Night (81)
    Trick R Treat
    Cabin in the Woods


    3). Kid friendly films:
    Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein - it works because the monsters play it straight. Also acts as a gateway film for the Universal Monsters film library.
    The Halloween Tree - an animated Ray Bradbury film about the origins of our Halloween traditions.


    4). Yet another vote for Midsommer.


    5 ). I love the witch that flew into a tree.

    @kevin · Satellite of Love (SOL) (R)
    Oct 24, 2020, 7:42pm PDT
  • Reply #4
    1. Hush, Dead Snow, Zombeavers 😁
    2. Horror Comedy Movie Night: Shaun of the Dead, Zombieland, Tucker and Dale vs Evil
    3. This was a little hard, but I'll go with Jaws, and King Kong
    4. I haven't seen Midsommar, so I can't comment on that, but I'll go with Doctor Sleep, just finished it last night, and thought it was pretty good.
    5. Carved Pumpkins
    @yktgftm · You know that guy from that movie...®
    Oct 26, 2020, 6:15am PDT
  • Reply #5

    Hush is so damn good.

    @ingy · Inglourious Basterd
    Oct 26, 2020, 9:03am PDT
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