Friday, October 10, 2008

Friday Fright Night




Hi everyone! Thanks for all the sweet words of support. I'm doing all right and will probably write about my current situation when I have a little distance from it as is my way. But for the weekend question, I'm going to ask for your favorite horror/ Halloween movies. Mine include The Shining (of course, what could be better for a writer?!), Carrie (those dirty pillows!), and The Exorcist. I have others that I will suggest over the month, but I'd love to hear from you. Happy Friday!

12 comments:

Stormy said...

The Blair Witch Project, Christine (gotta love the car) and American Werewolf in London.

Scott said...

Hi Michelle! I hope you're doing OK. :)

Some of my favorites I'll be featuring some of my favorite horror films on my blog, but there's a short list of some I really like: The Exorcist, American Werewolf in London, The Howling, Frankenstien, Dead Alive, Night/Dawn/Day/Land of the Dead,Zombie, The Blind Dead series,Suspiria, Inferno,Eraserhead, The Beyond, Dagon, City of the Living Dead, Let's Scare Jessica to Death...etc, etc.

the walking man said...

I must be an old poop! I have no nomination for a Halloween film.

ARCHAVIST said...

The Universal Bride of Frankenstein - there is no better movie for all hallows.

Anonymous said...

"The Tingler" with Vincent Price. A human spinal column strangles people. I'm not kidding. Filmed in screamarama.--Oscar Winner

Charles Gramlich said...

Ghost story. I also love action horror movies, like Alien and Predator.

Vympel said...

My favorite one is THE EXORCIST by William Friedkin...i like it !!!

Anonymous said...

Angel Heart. Robert De Niro's fingernails are worth the rental fee.

Lana Gramlich said...

Alien, Ghost Story (although the book was better, of course,) & The Fly (which was so horrific to me I can't even watch parts of it NOW, years later!)

laughingwolf said...

for me, alien [the first one]

be strong... winter's coming but spring can't be far behind :D

Laura Benedict said...

Mine has to be The Haunting (1963).

A month or so after P and I began dating, we watched it on my tiny television on a bright and shiny fall afternoon. But even in the middle of the day, when that disembodied knocking started we were both scared to death!

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