FINAL GIRL explores the slasher flicks of the '70s and '80s...and all the other horror movies I feel like talking about, too. This is life on the EDGE, so beware yon spoilers!

Oct 16, 2017

SHOCKtober: 319-298



Hey hey, we're under 300! But we're still in the land of the onesies, films that got ONE VOTE EACH.

319. The Undead -- 1957, Roger Corman
318. The Unholy -- 1988, Camilo Vila
317. The Wailing -- 2016, Hong-jin Na
316. The Woman in Black -- 1989, Herbert Wise
315. The Woman in Black -- 2012, James Watkins
314. Theater of Blood -- 1973, Douglas Hickox
313. They Look Like People -- 2015, Perry Blackshear
312. Thirteen Ghosts -- 2001, Steve Beck
311. Thriller: A Cruel Picture -- 1973, Bo Arne Vibenius
310. Tomb of Ligeia -- 1964, Roger Corman
309. Tomie: Replay -- 2000, Tomijiro Mitsuishi
308. The Toxic Avenger -- 1984, Michael Herz & Lloyd Kaufman
307. Trick or Treat -- 1986, Charles Martin Smith
306. Trigger Man -- 2007, Ti West
305. Trilogy of Terror -- 1975, Dan Curtis
304. Trollhunter -- 2010, André Øvredal
303. Twilight Zone: The Movie -- 1983, Joe Dante, John Landis, George Miller, Steven Spielberg
302. Twins of Evil -- 1971, John Hough
301. Twixt -- 2011, Francis Ford Coppola
300. Urban Legend -- 1998, Jamie Blanks
299. Valerie and Her Week of Wonders -- 1970, Jaromil Jires
298. Vampire's Kiss -- 1988, Robert Bierman


Trilogy of Terror is a stone cold classic. The whole thing is terrific but of course it's the "Amelia" segment that's essentially one of the greatest horror films of all time, all on its own. And that shit was made for TV!

The official title of Thirteen Ghosts (2001) is apparently Thir13en Ghosts, but that reads as "Thirthirteenen Ghosts" and that is so ridiculous that I will not use it. I WILL NOT.

The end of the "You wanna see something really scary?" framing narrative in Twilight ZOne...you know, where Dan Ackroyd (of all people) turns into a ghoul used to scare the crap outta me.


1 comment:

Joe Pierce said...

a13 double le13ers are now thir13n, it f13ls g13d!