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Episode 31 - Little Girls Are Creepy

10 Scary Movies for a Spooktacular Halloween

Halloween is special holiday for films, as despite the plethora of Christmas films, the smattering of Valentine's Day movies, and the one lone Easter picture (sorry Thanksgiving and...Presidents Day...?), no other holiday but All Hallow's Eve has spawned an entire genre of movies, the HORROR film.  However, despite being a very popular genre, the recent trend of scary movies released in theatres tend to be the worst things you ever Saw (see what I did there).  So rather than see Tired Franchise 6 this year, why not check out a frighting film from our list ten superb scarers from horror history.  That, or go see Paranormal Activity like everyone else...if you must...

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Weekly Monotony Episode 31 - Little Girls Are Creepy

Show Notes:

(01:45) What We’ve Been Watching and Playing         

  • Todd: 
    • Terminator Salvation
    • X-men Origins: Wolverine
    • Duplicity
    • Observe and Report
  • Dustin 
    • Zombieland
    • Where The Wild Things Are
    • Uncharted 2: Among Thieves (PS3)

(30:11) 10 Scary Movies for Halloween

  • Todd’s Picks:
    • Scream (1996)
    • Event Horizon (1997)
    • The Ring (2002)
    • The Exorcist (1973)
    •  John Carpenter’s Halloween (1978)
  • Dustin’s Picks:
    • Event Horizon (1996)
    • Let the Right One In (2008)
    • The Birds (1963)
    • The Shining (1980)
    • What Lies Beneath (2000)
  • Honorable Mentions:
    • Silence of the Lambs (1991)
    • Se7en (1991)
    • The Cell (2000)
    • Signs (2002)
    • Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)

Weekly Monotony Episode 31 - Little Girls Are Creepy

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