Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Movies for Halloween

For the Month of October I will be trying to give you some unique suggestions for viewing material.  To me Halloween movies don't need to be scary, but have a high energy and uniquely spooky atheistic.

Dead and Breakfast.  This is a straightforward zombie musical, with a rapping cowboy narrator and David Caradine.  If you are not interested now you never will be.

Hatchet.  Adam Green's Hatchet has the energy and style of a Scooby Doo episode within the trappings of an 80's slasher film. 

Innocent Blood.  John Landis' horror comedy follow up An American Werewolf in London.  While it is not a clear classic, it is a fast paced enjoyable romp.  Of particular note are the romance elements at play in an age of True Blood and Twilight.  Watch the first 15 minutes here. 

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