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Discussion in 'Site News' started by rhett, Oct 13, 2009.
My bloody valentine.
But Halloween is prolly more appropriate this time of year...
My Bloody Valentine, either one.
For classics- Halloween
For Fun- My Bloody Valentine or Silent Night Deadly Night
Silent night deadly night will always be a fun slasher for me. A lot of people hate the first 45 minutes of character development, but I found it to be one of the best things about the movie. Plus Linnea Quigley impaled on a decorations antlers...coooommeee oooonnn
I would say Thanksgiving but since that is not an option
I'll say Friday the 13th
Halloween...II! Ha ha, yes, it's true. While the original is loved and considered a classic by many, and for legitimate reasons, the sequel was a thrill ride for me. And sometimes, that's all I want.
It's obvious answer. John Carpenter's Halloween all the way.
HALLOWEEN is the best slasher film EVER!!
HALLOWEEN is also the second best HORROR FILM EVER!!!
HALLOWEEN FOR ME!!!
Halloween for sure, but not just for the Carpenter film. There are plenty of other great horror films that take place around Halloween, like Night of the Demons and more recently Trick 'r' Treat.
I got to go with Black Christmas Again!
Halloween all the way! Favorite day of the year and Trick 'r Treat is the shit!
halloween of course.
Then you've never seen Home Sweet Home.
Hmm, thats a toughie, i'd say both Halloween and Christmas are perfect slasher setting movies, and even though I love MBV and F13, they arent really slasherific holidays with the exception of those movies. This is a hard choice, I guess I'd have to go with Halloween, but Black Christmas is a close second.
As much as I love Friday the 13th series and My Bloody Valentine, when I think of horror I think of Halloween.
Birthdays don't count unless they're yours. Even then, most everyone else doesn't care.
Tough call, but Halloween for me also!
Incidentally I first discovered this site in fall 2003 when I was researching the difference between the old version and the new Divimax version of Halloween. Enjoyed your reviews ever since.
I would have to say Halloween as well.
Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter, even though it doesn't take place on Friday the 13th.