Having trouble coming up with something new and different to watch in the lead-up to Halloween? We can help! Bob Chipman joins us once again as we offer up 30 suggestions for lesser-known and lesser-appreciated horror flicks to enhance your October viewing, featuring movies from a variety of countries, time periods, and subgenres. Whether you're looking for killer babies, killer snowmen, demented rock operas, or creepy dream houses, we have you covered. Warning: Contains explicit language, mild spoilers, and some heavy-handed 1980s social commentary.
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Do you have any obscure horror movie picks you'd like to share? Where do you stream your scary flicks? What are your traditional Halloween viewing choices? Leave a comment and keep the conversation going.
Great little selection in here! My obscure horror recommendation is Resurrecting the Street Walker, a British faux-documentary piece about an intern at a small film office in London who finds the raw footage from an unfinished "video nasty" era slasher film, tries to complete it with his own reshoot, and it all goes horribly wrong. It's a very clever little film, as though you can sort of see where it's going, it's a good journey getting there, and there are all these little loose ends in the storyline which hint, though not all that overtly, that there may be some sort of curse, or supernatural force at work. Really deserves to be far better known, I think it's on a few streaming sites.ReplyDelete
I have never heard of this one but its sounds really intriguing! We'll be doing some heavy horror viewing this week so we'll see if we can find it on any of our various streaming options.Delete
Thanks for the tip!