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Happy Halloween 2011





It's here! It's here! Our favorite day of the year! If you're reading this page right here, right now, it's most likely because you realize that Halloween is more than just a spooky occasion to be celebrated once a year. Horror fans live this kind of thing every day while the rest of the world plays catch-up annually!

As always we celebrate this day with a couple of modern classics that have made us smile from ear-to-ear. So, ready or not, let's check in with some of horror's biggest heavyweights in a manner that is ... shall we say ... a bit against the grain. Sit back, relax, and enjoy these truly vintage treats!

Have a very happy Halloween, guys! Stay safe! Eat, drink, and be scary!




Happy Halloween 2011

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Vanvance1's picture

Happy Halloween! I only wish this had been a better year for horror films. So far my movie of the year award goes to 'Hobo With a Shotgun' which had me smiling ear to ear the whole time.

What about you guys?


Submitted by Vanvance1 on Mon, 10/31/2011 - 4:50am.
nazo's picture

Happy Halloween to all, and to all a restless night!

My two favorite horror movies of 2011 so far have been Trollhunter (whose status as a horror movie is somewhat debatable, I guess) and Tucker & Dale vs Evil. Beyond those two, everything else I've seen this year that's been better than "decent" or "hilariously bad" could only be called horror under a very loose definition (i.e., Attack The Block, Planet of the Apes, Super). FWIW, my favorite movie all year, so far, is 13 Assassins, and I'm not even a Miike fan.


Submitted by nazo on Mon, 10/31/2011 - 11:52am.
Cinemascribe's picture

Oh, without question I have to name Super 8. Not only did it successfully capture that Spielbergian vibe , but it has fairly strong horror elements throughout (some of those creature attacks were outright terrifying) and the subplot about the kids making a zombie film was an inspired and loving nod to both Romero's Dawn of the Dead and the manner in which legendary genre auters like Romero have inspired legions of us fans over the years. For my money, I haven't had a better time in a cinema in 2011.


Submitted by Cinemascribe on Mon, 10/31/2011 - 6:15am.
Cinemascribe's picture

Happy Halloween to all and sundry at Dread Central, members and crew alike. May your All Hallows Eve be more treat than trick. Stay scared, horror hounds. ;)


Submitted by Cinemascribe on Mon, 10/31/2011 - 4:13am.
James Coker's picture

and a Happy and spooky and Wonderful Halloween to everyone at the Best Horror news site on the Web : )


Submitted by James Coker on Mon, 10/31/2011 - 1:19am.

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