Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Finally: Let the Fright Nights Begin!

I'm more than a little worried about the nightmares this will bring, but it's October, and I'm going back to my roots, y'all! I never would have gone to school for film had it not been for many of these, which is not to say that I spent my time in class studying the ideology of Damian Omen and various tints of stage blood, far from it. I'm still trying to get away from a nagging tendency to drag my sentences on and on and on after reading years worth of French film theory translated into English. . .

ANYWAY.

Here are the films, *please* weigh in if you have anything to say both now and in the upcoming posts, I could talk about this shit all night, in fact, call me or FB me if you want to watch any. Matt has already said he's opting out, and he's the one that isn't bothered by any of this! Me, I'll probably be sleeping with the lights on, starting tonight.

1. The Exorcist
2. The Ring
3. House on Haunted Hill
4. Night of the Living Dead
5. Wait Until Dark
6. The Entity
7. Blink
8. Phantasm 2
9. It
10. The Shining
11. The Mist
12. Children of the Corn
13. Creepshow 1 and 2
14. Silence of the Lambs
15. Hannibal
16. Red Dragon
17. The Birds
18. Psycho
19. Psycho 2
20. Psycho 3 (JEFF FAHEY IS IN THIS, SO BACK OFF!)
21. Saw
22. Saw 2
23. Saw 3
24. Saw 4
25. 9mm
26. Jaws
27. The Omen
28. Close Your Eyes
29. The Blair Witch Project.




Gag. That whole photo collection is already giving me goosebumps. Anyway, hope you enjoy. This comes of course with the October book stack, as if I don't have enough stuff to make me crazy with fear, right? Well, Hunter Thompson said it best, anything worth doing is worth doing right. 
No annotations I'm afraid, I'm fast running out of time already.
1. Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris
2. Dracula by Bram Stoker
3. Danse Macabre by Stephen King
4. The Witches of Eastwick by John Updike
5. Collected Stories by Edgar Allen Poe
6. The Thomas Mann Reader
7. The Stephen King Companion
8. Tales of Terror by Alfred Hitchcock











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