Katlyn. Art enthusiast. Crafty like a fox.
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Sleepaway Camp(1983) | 31 Days of Halloween

Day 16: So much going on in terms of fashion inspiration here. Makes me sad it’s too cold outside for cutoffs right now. And we need to bring back the man crop tee, pronto. This movie has kind of a crazy twist that might be offensive? Probably is, but yet again I was drunk when I watched this one so who knows. My main takeaway is that yes, high-waisted shorts are cool and I need to invest in a bandana.

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I Was A Teenage Zombie (1987) | 31 Days of Halloween

Day 15: LOVE IT. And the soundtrack is really fuckin good. I was very very drunk when I watched this, so I think I’ll have to watch it again before the rental expires.

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Audition(1999) | 31 Days of Halloween

Day 14: So this starts out kind of like a romantic comedy, but BOY DO THINGS GO SOUTH. (Spoilers ahead) A widower is convinced by his buddy to hold a sham movie audition as a way to meet women, and he ends up falling for this young woman, Asami. Her past is extremely shady, but he is so taken with her none of that matters, until it turns out she’s a goddamn serial killer. I loved that the actress portrayed Asami as a shy, sweet girl who only seems alive and happy when she’s torturing someone. It was chilling to see such a cute person be so psychotic and enjoy it. 

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House on Haunted Hill (1959) | 31 Days of Halloween

Day 13: Mmmm… yes… what an amusing film. Mysterious vats of acid in the basement, close up shots of hysterical women screaming, tiny coffins with guns in them, a skeleton marionette, and a scandalous affair all make for one hell of a party, let me tell you. Vincent Price is a goddamn treasure.

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Sweeney Todd (2007) | 31 Days of Halloween

Day 12: Oh man this brings back memories of me and thevultureslove at seventeen. We watched this movie like a billion times, and I even did her hair and makeup like Mrs. Lovett. Still just as good.

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Hocus Pocus (1993) | House on Haunted Hill

Day 11: Classic! I don’t know what else there is to say except this reminds me of my childhood? 

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Pontypool (2009) | 31 Days of Halloween

Day 10: Zombie and otherwise “infected” movies are a dime a dozen and for good reason: zombies are fuckin’ cool. But Pontypool takes that genre and gives it a creative, very Canadian, twist: (spoilers ahead)

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Hellraiser (1987) | 31 Days of Halloween

Day 9: HOLY SHIT THAT WAS SO SCARY. I really wasn’t expecting Hellraiser to be an actual scary scary movie since it was made in the 80’s and relies pretty heavily on special effects, but there is this feeling of dread throughout that makes you forget the cheesy 80’s gore. Almost.

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The Cabin in the Woods (2011) | 31 Days of Halloween

Day 8: After all the B horror I’ve seen this past week (with the exception of Rebecca and Dumplings), I really needed a palate cleanser, which for me was The Cabin in the Woods. This was a re-watch, but I’m honestly always in the mood to watch this. It’s funny, great special effects, interesting concept, well-acted, and has some genuinely scary parts. It’s not the kind of scary that will give you nightmares, but I’m cool with that since I’m watching most of these at midnight by myself anyway.

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Ghost Shark (2013) | 31 Days of Halloween

Day 7: Here’s the scoop, a shark gets killed by these rednecks on a boat, but before it can die it swims into a magic cave that turns it into a ghost shark. It gets its revenge pretty quickly, so most of the movie is the shark popping up wherever there is water and brutally biting people in half. WHEREVER THERE IS WATER. It’s pretty goddamn hilarious, Scy Fy at its finest. Easily as good as Sharknado.

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31 Days of Horror Day 5

thevultureslove:

So Katlyn wanted to do a 31 days of Halloween movie-a-thon. I am trying to find mostly things I haven’t seen already but it is hard as I basically only watch horror movies. So here is my review/thoughts of one I watched, the others I’ll just post each day. Mild spoilers for The Conjuring ahead….

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Love this movie. I would not recommend watching it alone though, unless you have nerves of steel like thevultureslove. I’m really excited for Annabelle, they have such a great story to work with they better not fuck it up.

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Rabid Grannies (1988) | 31 Days of Halloween

Day 6: Rabid Grannies (Les mémés cannibales) is a Belgian horror movie about a pair of cackling aunties who, after being infected with a never explained curse, gleefully tear apart their annoying relatives one by one. It starts slow, with a lot of close talking/yelling by the relatives as they make their way to their aunts’ house for their birthday. There’s some kind of inheritance plot and a love triangle but nobody cares about that when a rabid granny is stalking the halls of a mansion wearing, I shit you not, a full suit of armor. 

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Dumplings (2004) | 31 Days of Halloween

Day 5: Once you get past the initial shock at the idea of eating fetuses to make you young again, Dumplings is actually a pretty subtly creepy film. I mean, I guess theres nothing terribly subtle about that metaphor, but overall I thought it did a great job portraying our obsession with youth from both male and female perspectives. Spoiler alert: no one gets over it. 

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Re-Animator (1985) | 31 Days of Halloween

Day 4: Jesus fucking christ this movie.

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