Halloween may be over, but the seasonal fun times are just beginning. Horror lives on all year round for any dedicated genre fan, with the upcoming seasons bringing more holiday favorites to the table. I personally love November, but for many, it can act as a vacant, lonely month. Below I’ve listed ten movies that are sure to cure any post-Halloween blues you may be experiencing, and act as a good bridge between the watchings of Halloween to Christmas horror. In no particular order, this list varies from cult favorites, to 80s comedies, to the campiest of films that all share similar things in common - Thanksgiving and the transition from fall to winter.
As all Halloween fans patiently wait to grab a hot cider, zip up their hoodies and participate in the fun fall actives that represent this fantastic season, October 1st has finally arrived. To celebrate, I compiled a list of 20 films (in NO particular order) that should be watched and commemorated all throughout this cherished month.
As most of you know, February is Women in Horror Month, celebrating the many, many talented women in the horror industry, on and off the screen. From writers to directors, to actresses and artists, these countless women help bring what we love to life, and the characters we see before us. Below I have comprised a list of my ten absolute favorite fictional female horror film characters (in no particular order), who demonstrate nothing short of badassery, intelligence, and strength in their portrayals on the silver screen.
It's officially the season for summoning up our horror favorites of the year. Below are my top five favorites of 2017, and films that I feel everyone should see. I unfortunately have yet to see The Shape of Water, but I am confident that it would have made my number one, so it will be number one in spirit. Let's get started!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year... for horror! With the holidays, snow, and seasonal depression on its way, the only cure to warm yourself up in the next few months is through the watchings of your favorite winter and Christmas horror movies. Seeing as nobody in their right mind would want to read a list that’s forty films deep, I have narrowed it down to fifteen of my favorites (in no particular order) that I like to throw on from now until winter’s dreary end. So let's get started, shall we?
Halloween may be over, but the season lives on throughout the year’s entirety for any horror fan. I personally love November, but for many, it can act as a lonely month connecting the downs of Halloween’s end to the highs of the beginnings of Christmas or Hanukkah. Below I have picked six movies that are sure to cure any post-Halloween feelings you may be experiencing, and act as a good bridge between the watchings of Halloween to Christmas horror. I chose to not add any Thanksgiving-themed horror, because let’s face it, the little that does exist are pretty cheesy and unentertaining (in my opinion). These six films give off a great and chilling vibe that I feel best represents November, with the addition of two non-horror picks that are a must-see for the duration of this month.