The Horror Returns! It’s the 3rd Annual Halloween Horror Movie Spooktacular!
Silent Movie Monsters!
Wicked Witches and Savage Satanists!
Horrifying Hammer Films!
Terrifying New Guests!
Yup, it’s Anti-Film School’s 3rd annual Halloween Horror Movie Spooktacular! Grab and date and huddle up for 31 days of non-stop terror. Starting October 1st, expect reviews of silent horror films, another series of Hammer Studios reviews, a whole week dedicated to witchy horror movies, and a slew of werewolf reviews guaranteed to make you howl at the moon. As if that wasn’t enough terror for you, there are seven guests waiting to crawl out of their graves and scare you silly. Returning guests include award winning film blogger John LaRue of The Droid You’re Looking For, celebrated Canadian horror blogger GoreGirl of GOREGIRL’S DUNGEON, celebrated superhero blogger Bubbawheat of Flights, Tights, and Movie Nights, and Raymond Esposito, the critically-acclaimed author of You and Me against the World and All of Our Foolish Schemes. New guests include film critic Victor De Leon of Vic’s Movie Den and Horrornews.net, horror diva Eva Halloween of The Year of Halloween, and cult-horror blogger/internationally renowned singer-songwriter Monster Girl aka Jo Gabriel of The Last Drive In.
Last but certainly not least, Anti-Film School is allowing readers to vote for the horror movie they want reviewed on Halloween. The poll will be up from now until October 21st so make sure you get your votes in. And remember, if you don’t see a movie you want reviewed, leave a comment in the comment section of the poll or shoot me an email.
And just remember, boys and ghouls, at the drive in, everyone can hear you scream!
-Theater Management (Steve)
Original artwork created by Eva Halloween
Posted on September 16, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged halloween, horror. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
This is going to be a blast. Can’t wait!
I love your blog banner, by the way.
This IS going to be Spooktacular. I love the banner too!. It’s getting me all excited about Halloween… only the most sacred holiday of them all….
Sounds good! Look forward to this. 🙂