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SHOCKtober: 169-148



Aww yeah, more movies that each received THREE VOTES today! Read 'em and weep rejoice!

169. Demons -- 1985, Lamberto Bava
168. Dressed to Kill -- 1980, Brian De Palma
167. Eyes Without a Face -- 1960, Georges Franju
166. Halloween II -- 1981, Rick Rosenthal
165. Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II -- 1987, Bruce Pittman
164. Hostel -- 2005, Eli Roth
163. The House by the Cemetery -- 1981, Lucio Fulci
162. Ju-on: The Grudge -- 2002, Takashi Shimizu
161. Kill, Baby...Kill! -- 1966, Mario Bava
160. Kwaidan -- 1964, Masaki Kobayashi
159. The Last House on the Left -- 1972, Wes Craven
158. Lifeforce -- 1985, Tobe Hooper
157. Lisa and the Devil  -- 1973, Mario Bava
156. The Masque of the Red Death -- 1964, Roger Corman
155. My Bloody Valentine -- 1981, George Mihalka
154. Night of the Demon -- 1957, Jacques Tourneur
153. Nosferatu -- 1922, F.W. Murnau
152. Parents -- 1989, Bob Balaban
151. Raw -- 2016, Julia Ducournau
150. Repulsion -- 1965, Roman Polanski
149. Slither -- 2006, James Gunn
148. Suicide Club -- 2001, Sion Sono


HELL YEAH HELLO MARY LOU! So underrated, so fun. And My Bloody Valentine! Two from my I Heart series represented. Y'all make me so proud! *sniff*

SHOCKtober: 191-170



Each of these movies received TWO VOTES!

191. The Legend of Boggy Creek -- 1972, Charles B. Pierce
190. The Loved Ones -- 2009, Sean Byrne
189. The Mad Magician -- 1954, John Brahm
188. The Midnight Hour -- 1985, Jack Bender
187. The Other -- 1972, Robert Mulligan
186. The Stepfather -- 1987, Joseph Ruben
185. The Strangers -- 2008, Bryan Bertino
184. The Wolf Man -- 1941, George Waggner
183. Train to Busan -- 2016, Sang-ho Yeon
182. Triangle -- 2009, Christopher Smith
181. Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me -- 1992, David Lynch
180. Under the Skin -- 2013, Jonathan Glazer
181. Vamp -- 1986, Richard Wenk
180. We Are What We Are -- 2013, Jim Mickle
179. What We Do in the Shadows -- 2014, Jermaine Clement & Taika Waititi

What's this? A separate chunk o' list? Yes, because each of these movies got THREE VOTES!

178. A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night -- 2014, Ana Lily Amirpour
177. Alice Sweet Alice -- 1976, Alfred Sole
176. Aliens -- 1986, James Cameron
175. Basket Case -- 1982, Frank Henenlotter
174. Black Sunday -- 1960, Mario Bava
173. Cold Prey -- 2006, Roar Uthaug
172. Curtains -- 1983, Richard Ciupka


Lawd amighty do I love We Are What We Are so much! And honestly, if I didn't force myself to watch it as part of the SHOCKtober 2015 Netflix-only movies I might have continued to avoid it because "cannibal family" makes it sound like a tired Texas Chain Saw Massacre rip-off and I avoid those as much as possible. But if my votes counted for this list, well, We Are What We Are would have had three votes. SHOCKtober: bringing people together since whenever the first time I did it was!

SHOCKtober: 191-170



Each of these movies received TWO VOTES!

191. The Legend of Boggy Creek -- 1972, Charles B. Pierce
190. The Loved Ones -- 2009, Sean Byrne
189. The Mad Magician -- 1954, John Brahm
188. The Midnight Hour -- 1985, Jack Bender
187. The Other -- 1972, Robert Mulligan
186. The Stepfather -- 1987, Joseph Ruben
185. The Strangers -- 2008, Bryan Bertino
184. The Wolf Man -- 1941, George Waggner
183. Train to Busan -- 2016, Sang-ho Yeon
182. Triangle -- 2009, Christopher Smith
181. Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me -- 1992, David Lynch
180. Under the Skin -- 2013, Jonathan Glazer
181. Vamp -- 1986, Richard Wenk
180. We Are What We Are -- 2013, Jim Mickle
179. What We Do in the Shadows -- 2014, Jermaine Clement & Taika Waititi

What's this? A separate chunk o' list? Yes, because each of these movies got THREE VOTES!

178. A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night -- 2014, Ana Lily Amirpour
177. Alice Sweet Alice -- 1976, Alfred Sole
176. Aliens -- 1986, James Cameron
175. Basket Case -- 1982, Frank Henenlotter
174. Black Sunday -- 1960, Mario Bava
173. Cold Prey -- 2006, Roar Uthaug
172. Curtains -- 1983, Richard Ciupka


Lawd amighty do I love We Are What We Are so much! And honestly, if I didn't force myself to watch it as part of the SHOCKtober 2015 Netflix-only movies I might have continued to avoid it because "cannibal family" makes it sound like a tired Texas Chain Saw Massacre rip-off and I avoid those as much as possible. But if my votes counted for this list, well, We Are What We Are would have had three votes. SHOCKtober: bringing people together since whenever the first time I did it was!

SHOCKtober: 191-170



Each of these movies received TWO VOTES!

191. The Legend of Boggy Creek -- 1972, Charles B. Pierce
190. The Loved Ones -- 2009, Sean Byrne
189. The Mad Magician -- 1954, John Brahm
188. The Midnight Hour -- 1985, Jack Bender
187. The Other -- 1972, Robert Mulligan
186. The Stepfather -- 1987, Joseph Ruben
185. The Strangers -- 2008, Bryan Bertino
184. The Wolf Man -- 1941, George Waggner
183. Train to Busan -- 2016, Sang-ho Yeon
182. Triangle -- 2009, Christopher Smith
181. Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me -- 1992, David Lynch
180. Under the Skin -- 2013, Jonathan Glazer
181. Vamp -- 1986, Richard Wenk
180. We Are What We Are -- 2013, Jim Mickle
179. What We Do in the Shadows -- 2014, Jermaine Clement & Taika Waititi

What's this? A separate chunk o' list? Yes, because each of these movies got THREE VOTES!

178. A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night -- 2014, Ana Lily Amirpour
177. Alice Sweet Alice -- 1976, Alfred Sole
176. Aliens -- 1986, James Cameron
175. Basket Case -- 1982, Frank Henenlotter
174. Black Sunday -- 1960, Mario Bava
173. Cold Prey -- 2006, Roar Uthaug
172. Curtains -- 1983, Richard Ciupka


Lawd amighty do I love We Are What We Are so much! And honestly, if I didn't force myself to watch it as part of the SHOCKtober 2015 Netflix-only movies I might have continued to avoid it because "cannibal family" makes it sound like a tired Texas Chain Saw Massacre rip-off and I avoid those as much as possible. But if my votes counted for this list, well, We Are What We Are would have had three votes. SHOCKtober: bringing people together since whenever the first time I did it was!

SHOCKtober: 191-170



Each of these movies received TWO VOTES!

191. The Legend of Boggy Creek -- 1972, Charles B. Pierce
190. The Loved Ones -- 2009, Sean Byrne
189. The Mad Magician -- 1954, John Brahm
188. The Midnight Hour -- 1985, Jack Bender
187. The Other -- 1972, Robert Mulligan
186. The Stepfather -- 1987, Joseph Ruben
185. The Strangers -- 2008, Bryan Bertino
184. The Wolf Man -- 1941, George Waggner
183. Train to Busan -- 2016, Sang-ho Yeon
182. Triangle -- 2009, Christopher Smith
181. Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me -- 1992, David Lynch
180. Under the Skin -- 2013, Jonathan Glazer
181. Vamp -- 1986, Richard Wenk
180. We Are What We Are -- 2013, Jim Mickle
179. What We Do in the Shadows -- 2014, Jermaine Clement & Taika Waititi

What's this? A separate chunk o' list? Yes, because each of these movies got THREE VOTES!

178. A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night -- 2014, Ana Lily Amirpour
177. Alice Sweet Alice -- 1976, Alfred Sole
176. Aliens -- 1986, James Cameron
175. Basket Case -- 1982, Frank Henenlotter
174. Black Sunday -- 1960, Mario Bava
173. Cold Prey -- 2006, Roar Uthaug
172. Curtains -- 1983, Richard Ciupka


Lawd amighty do I love We Are What We Are so much! And honestly, if I didn't force myself to watch it as part of the SHOCKtober 2015 Netflix-only movies I might have continued to avoid it because "cannibal family" makes it sound like a tired Texas Chain Saw Massacre rip-off and I avoid those as much as possible. But if my votes counted for this list, well, We Are What We Are would have had three votes. SHOCKtober: bringing people together since whenever the first time I did it was!

Death Count is on Kindle!

Hi there, I know you are probably tired of hearing about my new book Death Count but I am not tired of talking about it yet, so strap in!

The Kindle version is now available! It's taking a bit for Amazon to merge both print and futuristic cyber versions into one page, so for now CLICK HERE for the Kindle listing. If you're in the market for a print version, hey it's currently on sale for 10% off! CLICK HERE for that.

Hey look, it's all one listing now! CLICK HERE FOR PRINT OR FUTURISTIC KINDLE, YOUR CHOICE YES I'M YELLING.

I've got a mere ten SEVEN sketch edition slots remaining, and that's it! If you'd like one of those (or a signed edition), CLICK HERE for info.

And if you've picked it up already, first of all thank you! Let me know what you think and keep the pics coming, they're adding YEARS to my life!




Death Count is on Kindle!

Hi there, I know you are probably tired of hearing about my new book Death Count but I am not tired of talking about it yet, so strap in!

The Kindle version is now available! It's taking a bit for Amazon to merge both print and futuristic cyber versions into one page, so for now CLICK HERE for the Kindle listing. If you're in the market for a print version, hey it's currently on sale for 10% off! CLICK HERE for that.

I've got a mere ten sketch edition slots remaining, and that's it! If you'd like one of those (or a signed edition), CLICK HERE for info.

And if you've picked it up already, first of all thank you! Let me know what you think and keep the pics coming, they're adding YEARS to my life!




Death Count is on Kindle!

Hi there, I know you are probably tired of hearing about my new book Death Count but I am not tired of talking about it yet, so strap in!

The Kindle version is now available! It's taking a bit for Amazon to merge both print and futuristic cyber versions into one page, so for now CLICK HERE for the Kindle listing. If you're in the market for a print version, hey it's currently on sale for 10% off! CLICK HERE for that.

I've got a mere ten sketch edition slots remaining, and that's it! If you'd like one of those (or a signed edition), CLICK HERE for info.

And if you've picked it up already, first of all thank you! Let me know what you think and keep the pics coming, they're adding YEARS to my life!




Death Count is on Kindle!

Hi there, I know you are probably tired of hearing about my new book Death Count but I am not tired of talking about it yet, so strap in!

The Kindle version is now available! It's taking a bit for Amazon to merge both print and futuristic cyber versions into one page, so for now CLICK HERE for the Kindle listing. If you're in the market for a print version, hey it's currently on sale for 10% off! CLICK HERE for that.

Hey look, it's all one listing now! CLICK HERE FOR PRINT OR FUTURISTIC KINDLE, YOUR CHOICE YES I'M YELLING.

I've got a mere ten SEVEN sketch edition slots remaining, and that's it! If you'd like one of those (or a signed edition), CLICK HERE for info.

And if you've picked it up already, first of all thank you! Let me know what you think and keep the pics coming, they're adding YEARS to my life!




SHOCKtober: 212-192



Ooh la la, today we break the 200 barrier with these films that received TWO VOTES EACH!

212. Race with the Devil -- 1975, Jack Starrett
211. Ravenous -- 1999, Antonia Bird
210. Revenge of the Creature -- 1955, Jack Arnold
209. Salem's Lot -- 1979, Tobe Hooper
208. Saw -- 2004, James Wan
207. Scream 2 -- 1997, Wes Craven
206. Shutter -- 2004, Banjong Pisanthanakun & Parkpoom Wongpoom
205. Sole Survivor -- 1983, Thom Eberhardt
204. Son of Frankenstein -- 1939, Rowland V. Lee
203. Spider Baby -- 1967, Jack Hill
202. Splinter -- 2008, Toby Wilkins
201. Street Trash -- 1987, James M. Muro
200. The Blob -- 1958, Irvin S. Yeaworth Jr. & Russell S. Doughten Jr.
199. The Car -- 1977, Elliot Silverstein
198. The Children -- 1980, Max Kalmanowicz
197. The Collector -- 2009, Marcus Dunstan
196. The Devils -- 1971, Ken Russell
195. Eyes of Laura Mars -- 1978, Irvin Kershner
194. The Grudge -- 2004, Takashi Shimizu
193. The Initiation -- 1984, Larry Stewart & Peter Crane
192. The Lady in White -- 1988, Frank LaLoggia


I'm surprised to see Salem's Lot only got two votes! I watched it again after Tobe Hooper died in August and it's still so great. It's interesting that Mr. Barlow appears for only a few moments and doesn't actually do very much, yet he's still so imposing and terrifying. It's a testament not only to the way he's built up through the narrative, but also the way his brief appearances are shot by Hooper. That grotesque face in shocking closeup, the way he rises from the floor and takes up nearly the entirety of the Petrie kitchen...so, so good. I've never found vampires to be particularly frightening, but every one of 'em in Salem's Lot does it for me.

Glad to see The Initiation up there, and I'd be remiss if I didn't remind you that HEIDI HERSELF commented on my review back in the day. Read it again and bask...Heidi rules! Hopefully now that the film is out on Blu-ray her residual checks have increased.


Look, I haven't seen Stranger Things yet but I've seen plenty of pictures from it. If the world/internet gave Heidi even half the love it gives to ST's Barb, we'd all be better off.

SHOCKtober: 212-192



Ooh la la, today we break the 200 barrier with these films that received TWO VOTES EACH!

212. Race with the Devil -- 1975, Jack Starrett
211. Ravenous -- 1999, Antonia Bird
210. Revenge of the Creature -- 1955, Jack Arnold
209. Salem's Lot -- 1979, Tobe Hooper
208. Saw -- 2004, James Wan
207. Scream 2 -- 1997, Wes Craven
206. Shutter -- 2004, Banjong Pisanthanakun & Parkpoom Wongpoom
205. Sole Survivor -- 1983, Thom Eberhardt
204. Son of Frankenstein -- 1939, Rowland V. Lee
203. Spider Baby -- 1967, Jack Hill
202. Splinter -- 2008, Toby Wilkins
201. Street Trash -- 1987, James M. Muro
200. The Blob -- 1958, Irvin S. Yeaworth Jr. & Russell S. Doughten Jr.
199. The Car -- 1977, Elliot Silverstein
198. The Children -- 1980, Max Kalmanowicz
197. The Collector -- 2009, Marcus Dunstan
196. The Devils -- 1971, Ken Russell
195. Eyes of Laura Mars -- 1978, Irvin Kershner
194. The Grudge -- 2004, Takashi Shimizu
193. The Initiation -- 1984, Larry Stewart & Peter Crane
192. The Lady in White -- 1988, Frank LaLoggia


I'm surprised to see Salem's Lot only got two votes! I watched it again after Tobe Hooper died in August and it's still so great. It's interesting that Mr. Barlow appears for only a few moments and doesn't actually do very much, yet he's still so imposing and terrifying. It's a testament not only to the way he's built up through the narrative, but also the way his brief appearances are shot by Hooper. That grotesque face in shocking closeup, the way he rises from the floor and takes up nearly the entirety of the Petrie kitchen...so, so good. I've never found vampires to be particularly frightening, but every one of 'em in Salem's Lot does it for me.

Glad to see The Initiation up there, and I'd be remiss if I didn't remind you that HEIDI HERSELF commented on my review back in the day. Read it again and bask...Heidi rules! Hopefully now that the film is out on Blu-ray her residual checks have increased.


Look, I haven't seen Stranger Things yet but I've seen plenty of pictures from it. If the world/internet gave Heidi even half the love it gives to ST's Barb, we'd all be better off.

SHOCKtober: 212-192



Ooh la la, today we break the 200 barrier with these films that received TWO VOTES EACH!

212. Race with the Devil -- 1975, Jack Starrett
211. Ravenous -- 1999, Antonia Bird
210. Revenge of the Creature -- 1955, Jack Arnold
209. Salem's Lot -- 1979, Tobe Hooper
208. Saw -- 2004, James Wan
207. Scream 2 -- 1997, Wes Craven
206. Shutter -- 2004, Banjong Pisanthanakun & Parkpoom Wongpoom
205. Sole Survivor -- 1983, Thom Eberhardt
204. Son of Frankenstein -- 1939, Rowland V. Lee
203. Spider Baby -- 1967, Jack Hill
202. Splinter -- 2008, Toby Wilkins
201. Street Trash -- 1987, James M. Muro
200. The Blob -- 1958, Irvin S. Yeaworth Jr. & Russell S. Doughten Jr.
199. The Car -- 1977, Elliot Silverstein
198. The Children -- 1980, Max Kalmanowicz
197. The Collector -- 2009, Marcus Dunstan
196. The Devils -- 1971, Ken Russell
195. Eyes of Laura Mars -- 1978, Irvin Kershner
194. The Grudge -- 2004, Takashi Shimizu
193. The Initiation -- 1984, Larry Stewart & Peter Crane
192. The Lady in White -- 1988, Frank LaLoggia


I'm surprised to see Salem's Lot only got two votes! I watched it again after Tobe Hooper died in August and it's still so great. It's interesting that Mr. Barlow appears for only a few moments and doesn't actually do very much, yet he's still so imposing and terrifying. It's a testament not only to the way he's built up through the narrative, but also the way his brief appearances are shot by Hooper. That grotesque face in shocking closeup, the way he rises from the floor and takes up nearly the entirety of the Petrie kitchen...so, so good. I've never found vampires to be particularly frightening, but every one of 'em in Salem's Lot does it for me.

Glad to see The Initiation up there, and I'd be remiss if I didn't remind you that HEIDI HERSELF commented on my review back in the day. Read it again and bask...Heidi rules! Hopefully now that the film is out on Blu-ray her residual checks have increased.


Look, I haven't seen Stranger Things yet but I've seen plenty of pictures from it. If the world/internet gave Heidi even half the love it gives to ST's Barb, we'd all be better off.

SHOCKtober: Final Mom’s Top 20


I know that sometimes you must read this site and wonder at my taste in horror movies. How did it get to be so good? Was I simply born this way, with perfect and impeccable opinions on what is good and what is not?

Of course I was! But while I would like to give myself sole credit for this, I must in fact give a shout-out to my mom, who obviously also has superior taste in horror movies. Just look at this list! It speaks for itself, so I'll shut up now.


Dracula (1958, Terence Fisher)


Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966, Terence Fisher)


Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968, Freddie Francis)


Night of the Living Dead (1968, George A. Romero)


Dawn of the Dead (1978, George A. Romero)


The Descent (2005, Neil Marshall)


Dog Soldiers (2002, Neil Marshall)


Candyman (1992, Bernard Rose)


Halloween (1978, John Carpenter)


Ju-on: The Grudge (2002, Takashi Shimizu)


Ringu (1998, Hideo Nakata)


A Tale of Two Sisters (2003, Jee-woon Kim)


Alien (1979, Ridley Scott)


Pitch Black (2000, David Twohy)


The Blair Witch Project (1999, Daniel Myrick & Eduardo Sánchez


Jaws (1975, Steven Spielberg)


Suspiria (1977, Dario Argento)


Demons (1985, Lamberto Bava)


Cold Prey (2006, Roar Uthaug)


Dark Water (2001, Hideo Nakata)

SHOCKtober: Final Mom’s Top 20


I know that sometimes you must read this site and wonder at my taste in horror movies. How did it get to be so good? Was I simply born this way, with perfect and impeccable opinions on what is good and what is not?

Of course I was! But while I would like to give myself sole credit for this, I must in fact give a shout-out to my mom, who obviously also has superior taste in horror movies. Just look at this list! It speaks for itself, so I'll shut up now.


Dracula (1958, Terence Fisher)


Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966, Terence Fisher)


Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968, Freddie Francis)


Night of the Living Dead (1968, George A. Romero)


Dawn of the Dead (1978, George A. Romero)


The Descent (2005, Neil Marshall)


Dog Soldiers (2002, Neil Marshall)


Candyman (1992, Bernard Rose)


Halloween (1978, John Carpenter)


Ju-on: The Grudge (2002, Takashi Shimizu)


Ringu (1998, Hideo Nakata)


A Tale of Two Sisters (2003, Jee-woon Kim)


Alien (1979, Ridley Scott)


Pitch Black (2000, David Twohy)


The Blair Witch Project (1999, Daniel Myrick & Eduardo Sánchez


Jaws (1975, Steven Spielberg)


Suspiria (1977, Dario Argento)


Demons (1985, Lamberto Bava)


Cold Prey (2006, Roar Uthaug)


Dark Water (2001, Hideo Nakata)

SHOCKtober: Final Mom’s Top 20


I know that sometimes you must read this site and wonder at my taste in horror movies. How did it get to be so good? Was I simply born this way, with perfect and impeccable opinions on what is good and what is not?

Of course I was! But while I would like to give myself sole credit for this, I must in fact give a shout-out to my mom, who obviously also has superior taste in horror movies. Just look at this list! It speaks for itself, so I'll shut up now.


Dracula (1958, Terence Fisher)


Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966, Terence Fisher)


Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968, Freddie Francis)


Night of the Living Dead (1968, George A. Romero)


Dawn of the Dead (1978, George A. Romero)


The Descent (2005, Neil Marshall)


Dog Soldiers (2002, Neil Marshall)


Candyman (1992, Bernard Rose)


Halloween (1978, John Carpenter)


Ju-on: The Grudge (2002, Takashi Shimizu)


Ringu (1998, Hideo Nakata)


A Tale of Two Sisters (2003, Jee-woon Kim)


Alien (1979, Ridley Scott)


Pitch Black (2000, David Twohy)


The Blair Witch Project (1999, Daniel Myrick & Eduardo Sánchez


Jaws (1975, Steven Spielberg)


Suspiria (1977, Dario Argento)


Demons (1985, Lamberto Bava)


Cold Prey (2006, Roar Uthaug)


Dark Water (2001, Hideo Nakata)