Mixing it up sounds good, although having a concentration on Gothic plotlines (not necessarily horror, mind– like “Dracula” isn’t all that horrific, I don’t think). I’m thinking in literary styles right now, and I’m not sure that applies to film.
crazy midgets suffering PMS. Tell me that’s not terrifying?
I hate Little Women. HATE. Hated the book, hated the movie. Ughhh.
Very weird. And The Thing is a perfect film.
The Thing does not get enough love. I would say I’d be hard pressed to find a rough spot in that movie. I remember seeing it as a kid and just loving two things: 1) Wilford Brimley; 2) the scurrying head thing.
Clearly, I was a “special” child.
I’ll probably queue up some Bava films as well for Halloween and some old school Vincent Price. House on Haunted Hill, the Tingler, etc.
She signs off, Mum, like it’s a letter she’s writing.
Aww, that’s kind of sweet, really, in a decidedly different way.
My mom calls me and says, “Caitlin, this is your mother”. Or, “It’s Mom, Caitlin, call me back”. You know, in case I suffered a massive head injury in between when we last spoke and the present and forgot my mom’s own voice. (I kid, Mom, I kid.)
Nay. There are enough horror blogs, and probably also more than enough non-horror blogs that will be doing this. Then again, I’m not really a horror fan, so I might not be the best person to ask. Or maybe I am…