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31 Days of Horror – October 9

goodnightmommyNight of the Demons III (1997)

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I watched most of this the night before, but re-watched it in the morning before work. Stephanie Bauder (local to Ottawa, no less) is one of the best final girls and her words at the end make me wish there were more of these films.

Goodnight Mommy (2015)

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The Mayfair was showing this one, which seems to be getting a limited run after being a festival darling this summer. Being considered for an Oscar, it is a film that I just had to see. Very slow to start, the end contains one vile and perfect shot that will be ‘burned’ into my head forever. And that’s not even the image that caused two walk-outs that night.

The 31 Days of Halloween ‘Challenge’ is where you take in one or more horror films per day during the month of October. Aside from networks airing more horror for the month, many forums and social networking sites do the same. See what others are watching on The Mortuary.

31 Days of Horror – October 8

Night-of-the-Demons-2Night of the Demons II (1994)

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In preparation for a new Dead Air, I watched this series. Not the remakes however, as I’ll get to them someday but they were not readily available. Of the three, this is my least favourite. Afterward, I started Demons (1985) but didn’t quite finish it so will likely start that again over the next week or two, just because.

The 31 Days of Halloween ‘Challenge’ is where you take in one or more horror films per day during the month of October. Aside from networks airing more horror for the month, many forums and social networking sites do the same. See what others are watching on The Mortuary.

31 Days of Horror – October 7

Let The Right One In (2008)

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A definite re-watch but worth it every time. Along with this, A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night and Only Lovers Left Alive, I realized that most of the vampire films I’ve watched over the last several years have been art films. Dracula Untold is still on the list, but I’d rather see Vampyre (1932) first. Unlike most action-oriented vampire flicks, this movie leaves me a little sad thinking about what this life would be really like.

The 31 Days of Halloween ‘Challenge’ is where you take in one or more horror films per day during the month of October. Aside from networks airing more horror for the month, many forums and social networking sites do the same. See what others are watching on The Mortuary.