Do you like scary films? How about your husband/boyfriend? Balazs and I have a deal that whenever we go to the cinema, we pick the movies in turns. So I usually go for a drama that will make me cry or a sweet little comedy, but when it's Balazs' turn he likes the thrill of scary movies.
Having said that, the one night in the year that I’m up for a horror is Halloween. So I asked Balazs to share 10 films that are worth scaring yourself silly for. There are a few classics that I even enjoy, but there are also a few that without a bucket of popcorn and some candy, I can't sit through. Anyhow, tomorrow night I am ready to get scared to the fullest. How about you?
1.Friday the 13th, starring a very young, pre-Footloose Kevin Bacon, 1980.
2. Halloween, 1978. Nobody screams like Jamie Lee Curtis.
3. Scream. The movie where Courteney Cox & David Arquette hooked up.
4. The Shining - before you watch the actual movie check out this spoof trailer from 2006. Here's Johnny!
5. The Ring. The movie that made me stay away from VHS tapes - thank God they're a thing of the past!
6. Alien, 1979. That famous scene where the baby-alien breaks out from the chest gave me a few sleepless nights.
7. The Strangers. The sheer terror of the unknown and unseen
8. Zombieland. The lighter side of gore, but with equal amount of blood. And Jesse Eisenberg before he became Mark Zuckerberg.
9. Panic Button. A rare find. This british psycho-horror will hit home with all of us actively engaging in social networking. Truly terrifying!
10. A Nightmare On Elm Street, 1984. With the really fresh-faced Johnny Depp. And a fashion note: this is the reason I stay away from red/black striped sweaters :)
Loves, have you seen any of those film? Which one tickles your fancy? How do you celebrate Halloween this year? xo
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