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Oct 21 '14

31 Days of Horror: #21

Film: Donnie Darko

Year: 2001

Director: Richard Kelly

Donnie Darko is definitely a weird one, but really unique. Strange, but successful blend of Horror and Sci-Fi elements, all set to a great 80s soundtrack of Tears for Fears music.

Oct 20 '14

31 Days of Horror: #20

Film: Nosferatu

Year: 1922

Director: F.W. Murneau

While not my favorite vampire film, Nosferatu boasts having my favorite film version of a vampire, his design being among the creepiest. 

Oct 19 '14
Some of my horror films are available on prints and phonecases over at Redbubble, check em’ out, reblog and support! Request which ones you’d like to see in my storefront!
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Some of my horror films are available on prints and phonecases over at Redbubble, check em’ out, reblog and support! Request which ones you’d like to see in my storefront!

http://www.redbubble.com/people/deimos-remus/collections/329404-horror-movies

Oct 19 '14

31 Days of Horror: #19

Film: The House of the Devil

Year: 2009

Director: Ti West

I tried to have only one film per director for this list, but had to make an exception with Ti West. Great slow-burn style and excellent homage to 1980s horror. Nice and tense, with a focus on buildup and getting the audience to care about the characters. 

Oct 18 '14

31 Days of Horror: #18

Film: Eraserhead

Year: 1977

Director: David Lynch

Eraserhead was very ahead of its time, with its ultra-bizarre and equally horrifying visuals, as well as its stark, but very well-shot black and white cinematography. David Lynch broke new ground with his first full-length surrealist feature.

Oct 17 '14

31 Days of Horror: #17

Film: Tremors

Year: 1990

Director: Ron Underwood

Simply put, Tremors is just great fun. Super entertaining premise, cast and creatures. Doesn’t take it self too seriously, and has the right amount of campiness, which I really appreciate. 

Oct 16 '14

31 Days of Horror: #16

Film: Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer

Year: 1986

Director: John McNaughton

One of the most effectively disturbing films I’ve ever seen, accomplished with such low-key and subtle acting that there was always a shadow of a doubt that it could’ve all been real.

Oct 15 '14

31 Days of Horror: #15

Film: Hellraiser

Year: 1987

Director: Clive Barker

What Hellraiser lacks in terms of acting and pacing, more than makes up for in its atmosphere, dramatic lighting, set pieces, and the cenobite designs, some of which are the most uniquely disturbing and memorable movie monsters I’ve ever seen. 

Oct 14 '14

31 Days of Horror: #14

Film: Manhunter

Year: 1986

Director: Michael Mann

While guilty of having some 80s cheese to it, Manhunter remains a great installment in the Hannibal saga. The ever awesome Tom Noonan delivers a chilling performance as Francis Dolarhyde, the Tooth Fairy, and steals the show.

Oct 13 '14

31 Days of Horror: #13

Film: Pan’s Labyrinth

Year: 2006

Director: Guillermo del Toro

31 Days of Horror: #13

Not a horror per se, but indicative of a Halloween mood. Everything about Pan’s Labyrinth is just about perfect; the atmosphere, the setting, the story, characters and especially the unique and amazing creature design.