Anti-Film School’s Halloween Horror Movie Spooktacular!

Hey readers!

Today, Anti-Film School is announcing our upcoming October project. Starting October 1st, Anti-Film School will be taken over by horror movies and it will last all month! Expect new reviews and articles on horror films every day throughout October. Yup, all thirty-one days. You can expect reviews for the Universal Movie Monsters, George A. Romero’s Dead saga, a look back at John Carpenter’s The Thing in honor of the prequel, Vampire films (NOT Twilight), an article on Rob Zombie, and more! Here’s the really nifty part: You get to choose our final Halloween review! We want you to vote in our latest poll that asks you which horror movie classic you want to see reviewed on the 31st. We will launch the poll today and it will stay open until October 21st. If there is a movie that we do not include in the poll, a horror movie that you would like to see, leave a comment on the poll post or email Steve, Charles, or Corinne. We want the readers to get involved with the site so don’t be bashful! You will still be able to find reviews for new movies throughout the month, so rest assured those who dislike horror, we have you covered. We are really excited to do this project and we hope you guys enjoy it. Now start voting in the poll and tell your friends! Everyone has a favorite horror flick!

-Anti-Film School

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Posted on September 17, 2011, in FEATURE and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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