It’s the most wonderful time of the year!
Now that October is finally here, I’ll be celebrating all month long by posting a trailer a day of my top 31 favorite selections from the esteemed ranks of horror cinema, as well as a few notes on why I love each film. Now, this list is wholly biased and personal, and, honestly, I keep changing the rankings day by day. So go easy on me if we don’t agree!
31. Nightbreed (1990) Directed by Clive Barker
This is the ultimate B-movie; something that aspires to greatness but wildly misses the mark, but is fun, off-beat, uneven, bizarre, creepy, and a heck of a good time. The entire budget went to masks, make up, and sets. They certainly didn’t have any money left over for a comprehensible script. It’s a poor man’s funhouse mirror reflection of The Wizard of Oz. I suggest a few beers (or a Colorado brownie) when watching this one. Avoid the inferior Director’s Cut if possible. Then again, this looks great on Blu-Ray.
High Strange Horror Kindle Giveaway
Aaaaand we’re giving away the updated Kindle version of High Strange Horror, our bizarre and diverse paranormal/high strange/weird horror anthology, for the next few days. Grab a copy and read a few spooky stories to celebrate the season! Click on the image below for the link.