Monday, August 8, 2011

Theme Weeks

So, at the request of several of my friends, I'll be doing theme weeks here and there either selected by me, or the friends who insisted I do them. Provided below is a list of the theme weeks already decided upon. If you have an idea for a theme week please feel free to suggest it. I'm also willing to take suggestions for horror movies you would like to see a review of.

Approved Theme Weeks:
Kookoo for Kiwis (films from New Zealand (and yes, I know that's not how you spell kookoo))

Full Moon Fever (Full Moon Pictures/Features films)

Shark Week (I would hope that this one is self explanatory...)

UK Invasion (films from Ireland/Scotland/England)

Wanna See Saw? (all 7 Saw films)

Asian Persuasion (films from Korea/China/Japan/Taiwan)

Pertwee for Me (films featuring Sean Pertwee)

Vive la Frenchie (films from France)

Must Bleed (films that I think every horror, and non-horror, fan alike should see)

She's the...Scream Queen (Jamie Lee Curtis films)

Gore-Be-Gone (films devoid of gore (blood does not count as gore) that are "good" horror movies)

Are You Afraid of the Dark? (films (the one's I liked) from the After Dark Horrorfest selections)

Oh No They Didn't... (remakes)

Craven Images (Wes Craven films)

Things That Go Bump in the Night (monster/creature films (minus zombies/werewolves/vampires))

Howlin' For You (werewolf films)

Hail to the King (Stephen King films (none of the mini-series))

Game Over, Man! Game Over! (films based on video games)

Crop Circle Demesne (films with extra-terrestrials)

Stuck On Repeat (my favorite horror films)

We All Go a Little Mad Sometimes (films set in insane asylums)


  1. Only two of Hitchcock's movies could be considered horror (Psycho & The Birds), the others would be considered thrillers or mysteries.

  2. True True. I just really like them