Halloween has always been my favorite holiday. So, since 2011, I have spent the entire month of October every year reviewing a horror movie each day. I've changed formats many times over the years, and in the past few years, I've even been joined by my wife Solee, as well as the occasional guest. We've got text, drawings, video reviews, audio reviews... we got it all! Wanna check out our reviews? Look below, or use the menu to the left to dig deeper!
Have you seen this series? What do you think? It's a lot of fun for me, almost an interactive movie game. Other people find them very tedious (and I totally understand why!). Keep your eyes peeled during this review to spot some paranormal activity of your own.
Creepy kids and high fructose corn syrup, the classic American combination. Fun fact: When Youtube presents me with three choices of stills to show for the video, I try to find the one that makes me look the most stupid. Always a tough choice!
Well, it's a week into November, so I thought I'd throw the last 3 movies together and get it done! I was thrown by the fact that I had already recorded a review for Exorcismus, but not The Devil's Rock, yet I had recorded clips of The Devil's Rock, but not Exorcismus. The disorder of it was too much for my brain, so I started over with this.
It's been quite a month of movie watching. Making the reviews was quite a bit of work, but what I was surprised by was that watching the movies started to feel like work! I didn't want to throw away 2 hours of my night every night, I always had other things I wanted to do. Luckily, we went out on a high note with 3 solid movies, and the final one makes it all worthwhile.
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