I survived, did you?
So this year’s Horrorfest was very, very different. After last year’s issues, I started writing this in May. This was the first time I have ever fully planned out a Horrorfest, as I had all the films picked and almost all finished by September.
So for the past two years, you have heard me say how I haven’t been able to complete all of Universal’s Classic Monster Films. Well I finally did it. Wooot!!!
Once I wrote that post, I was so excited. You see, I felt I really couldn’t do a post on any werewolf films until I had covered the first one. I thought it was only right to start with the original. With that done, I could move onto any other werewolf film I desired. And I did. I decided to end Horrorfest with The Wolfman (2010). But then I decided to take it one step further. About every five episodes has a werewolf in it. It was a howling good time.
I also decided to do When a Stranger Calls, because of the phone harassment I had experienced. I took this one step further by doing all four of the Scream films, along with the Alfred Hitchcock film Dial “M” for Murder.
Speaking of Alfred Hitchcock, after hearing me complain for two years about trying to review one of his films, I have reviewed not one, not two, but three Alfred Hitchcock films. I was only planning on doing Under Capricorn, because I was planning on talking about Samson Flunky for St. Patrick’s Day 2015. I ended up doing Shadow of a Doubt as it just entered my mind and Dial “M” for Murder. Still haven’t gotten around to Psycho. Well, there’s always next year.
So every year I mention wanting to do Vincent Price films; like House on Haunted Hill. The Tomb of Ligeia, The Pit and the Pendulum, etc. I didn’t get around to any of those famous Vincent Price films, but I did do a film with him in it. I went over Laura (1944), which is when he is really young.
So I hope you all enjoyed it! I did. But then everyday to me is October.
So I usually put in a poll to see what you all you like, but I decided that I don’t care. I liked them all. Instead I’m just going to list them below for some of you who might have missed them.
Even a Man Pure of Heart: The Wolf Man (1941)
It’s Coming From Inside the House: When A Stranger Calls (2006)
In Their Proper Place: Metropolis (1927)
What’s Your Favorite Scary Movie?: Scream (1996)
I’ll Be Back: The Terminator (1984)
Let Them Fight: Godzilla (2014)
Unleash the Savage Instincts that Lie Hidden Within: I Was A Teenage Werewolf (1957)
What is This Thing?: Phantoms (1998)
Only A Woman: Queen of Outer Space (1958)
Happily Ever Aftermath: Grimm (2012)
It’s Happening Again, Isn’t It?: Scream 2 (1997)
You Think You Know Something, Don’t You?: Shadow of a Doubt (1943)
You Will Die in Seven Days: The Ring (2002)
Keep Clear Of the Moor. Beware the Moon: An American Werewolf in London (1981)
I Was Here For A Moment. And Then I Was Gone: The Lovely Bones (2009)
Part X: The Movie List That Would Not Die
Tuesday the 17th: Psych (2009)
All I Know About Trilogies is That in the Third One, All Bets are Off: Scream 3 (2000)
Who’s Afraid of Cory Wolf: Boy Meets World (1994)
But the Book, It Will Never Close…: Along Came a Spider (2001)
Every Time I Bring a Girl Over, You Try to Eat Her!: Vampires Suck (2010)
Murder is My Favorite Crime: Laura (1944)
Monster Movie: Supernatural (2008)
You’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat: Jaws (1975)
Don’t F*** With the Original: Scre4m (2011)
Werewolves Roam Among Us: Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet the Wolfman (2000)
The Past of a Man: Under Capricorn (1949)
There’s Nothing Out There. Nothing in the Mist: The Mist (2007)
What Have We Done to Each Other?: Gone Girl (2014)
The Perfect Murder: Dial “M” for Murder (1954)
Beast or Man: The Wolfman (2010)