Wednesday, October 3, 2007

13 Scary Movies I Always Watch To Prepeare for Halloween: Edition 14





Thirteen Things about Aline de Chevigny


1- Halloween (1978)


2- Halloween 2 (1981)


3- Halloween 3: Season of the Witch (1982)


4- Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988)


5- Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995)


6- Halloween H2O: 20 Years Later (1998)


7- Halloween: Resurrection (2002)


8- Halloween (Rob Zombie Version)(2007)


9- Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)


10- Friday the 13th (1980)


11- Freddy vs Jason (2002)


12- Pumpkinhead (1989)


13- Pooh's Heffalumo Halloween (Terrifying really)


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18 comments:

Michelle Hasker said...

Hehe
I love Pooh

Dee Shore said...

Holy Toledo! I didn't know there were that many flipping Halloweens LOL!

Janet said...

hahahhaah too funny!

WorksForMom said...

you totally NAILED this list!

No Nonsense Girl said...

I'm terrified of horror movies. I'm such a big baby!!!

My TT's up, 13 things I'm grateful for...

Starrlight said...

Season of the Witch just didn't do it for me. And now I am off to add Pumpkinhead to my Netflix!

Anne Douglas said...

Ahh, nightmare on elm street - the good old scarey days!

Blue Momma said...

I've seen them all except for 8, 12, & 13.

I can see where the Pooh one may be the most terrifying. But I do so love the Halloween ones. That was my first horror movie seen at a movie theater.

Scared me for weeks!

Nicholas said...

I'm too scared to watch any of those!

Candy said...

Personally, I enjoy watching Asian horror flicks more because they're not so "blood-and-gore" and I think they're scarier. You should try "Shutter", a Thai scary movie. :o)

Lesley said...

I've never seen the Halloween movies! How out of touch am I really? I really must put them on my Net Flix list. Along with the pooh one! :-D

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

Those Disney-Pooh collaborations ARE scary!

Tell me how Rob Zombie did with the remake, though. I've heard good things, but not from real horror fans.

Tempest Knight said...

Yep, all great Halloween movies! I'm not saying they're good movies. I'm just saying that they're good to watch on Halloween, while eating popcorn and drink Coke. :)

Lorelei said...

I also am terrified of horror movies...including Pooh. My oldest daughter, now 17, would not watch any of that stuff either.

Joyismygoal said...

AAAAAAAAAAAA|HHHHHHHHHHhgh

jeanjeanie said...

I can't get through Halloween without my Michael Myers fix, either.

Denise Patrick said...

No Halloween movies for me - except the Pooh movie.

Happy TT!

damozel said...

Spoo-kay! May I recommend a little known Nicole Kidman film called "The Others"?

would love to leave a link, but you don't have your comments enabled for platforms other than typepad :(

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