There’s so many different goodies to eat and bake that are pumpkin flavored and let’s not forget pumpkin spice coffee!
One of my favorite pumpkin flavored something or other are pumpkin spice donuts they’re just so delicious and taste almost like muffins. Dunkin Donuts also have these delicious pumpkin muffin donut holes!
Monsters are the real bane of movies and have been since the beginning of cinematic history. From Giant spiders to giant dinosaurs there’s a whole wide variety of monster movies. My favorite monster movie is the original 1954 Godzilla.
The original Godzilla was made as a horror film in 1954 from the Hiroshima bombing. The movie throughout has an eerie feeling to it even when Godzilla finally makes land. After all of his mayhem and destruction they show very scary and similar wounds and deaths from the Hiroshima bombing. It was truly a terrible historic event.
If you’ve only seen the American version stating Raymond Burr I highly recommend watching the original Japanese release of Godzilla.
The 80’s had everything from Slashers, aliens, robots, and even monsters.
My favorite 80’s horror film is Clive Barker’s Hellraiser. Hellraiser released in 1987 stating Douglas Bradley as Pinhead the lead cinobite. I really recommend watching this if you’re a horror fan because the storyline is addictive and inquisitive.
Day 14 favorite 90’s horror film
The 90’s had a lot of slasher films with Top billing movies such as Scream and I know what you did last summer.
My favorite 90’s horror movie comes from Tim Burton and was released in 1999.
Sleepy Hollow had such a rich cast and I dearly love the old tale of the headless horseman. I watch this every single year whether it’s on TV or another streaming platform. If you’re a fan of Tim Burton movies this is definitely one to watch.
The 70’s were filled with so many cheesy b rate horror films from The Exorcist to John Carpenter’s Halloween. It was a weird and experimental time for film makers.
My favorite 70’s horror film is Don Coscarelli’s Phantasm. Angus Scrimm, who sadly passed away in 2016, plays the character known as The Tall Man who is the mortician at this funeral home in a small town. He just has the scare presence and was able to bring fear throughout the movie.
I really recommend checking this movie out if you haven’t.
There are millions of horror movies out there to pick and choose from for favorite horror movie which makes it difficult to choose from!
Yet every Halloween I always look forward to watching John Carpenter’s Halloween because for me it’s the original scary movie. I first saw it on dvd when I was 18 at a friend’s house. The music throughout the movie helps move the suspense along wondering when Michael Myers will strike as he’s good at hiding out of sight. The whole fear factor of you never truly know what’s out there in dark.
There’s so many villains especially in Disney and even though they might be evil they have their moments which make them lovable. Which Disney Villain is your favorite?
My personal favorite Disney Villain is Captain Hook. He is just a funny villain who tries attempt after attempt to capture Peter Pan. It’s even more hilarious while he’s freaking out when the crocodile comes around with the ticking clock still in its belly. Smeeee! 🤣🤣🤣
There are so many Halloween stories to read from but which one is your favorite?
My favorite Halloween story is The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Its just a tale that never gets old and it’s fun to read each year. Will Icabod make it to that bridge?
What’s one of your favorite Halloween Stories?
I’m really geeky about things and a little bit kinky! I’m a full time mom of two teenagers and I live on the East Coast. I’m very active with my children and advocate for them as they both have special needs. I love movies especially horror, sci-fi, fantasy, and drama. I like coloring, Godzilla, coffee, painting (mostly acrylic), video games, reading, anime (especially Black Butler).
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