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Bloody, Ghostly, Scary as Hell or kinda Ghastly...? is a site dedicated to horror movie fans all over that we affectionately call TBHMmaniacs. Yes, We focus on the Best of The Three Levels of Horror which are, Horror-Comedy, Slasher, and Supernatural. We celebrate both the horror movie heroes and villains (We have our reasons). We strive to introduce to you each month our wild picks of Horror movie hotties and hunks (We assure you, our picks are bodaciously clever). We extend our love to our unique horror movie writers and directors by featuring one of our mutual favorites in our Horror giant section annually. We accept your votes to create our yearly top horror lists. TBHM is here to support great horror movies by reviewing and recommending them to you on our site. We have plenty of juicy Horror topics updated weekly such as WTF Horror Moments and Dare you to watch. Check us out and Spread your Horror!





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WTF Horror Moments

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The Shining (1980) starring Jack Nicholson and Shelley Duvall is one of the most terrifying movies of all times. The visual landscapes within the walls of the Overlook Hotel alone are so eerie when mixed with the absence of people, except for the Torrance family who are hotel seating through the winter, and the supernatural element can throw any mentally stable person over the edge. For the likes of Johnny, it would be especially harder to stay sane. The Shining is absolutely one of my favorites from Stephen King; needless to say that it is spattered with some of the most obscure scenes that are deemed WTF moments in any viewer's perspective.

The one WTF scene that I am claiming for this week is from The Shining and goes like this:

As an hysterical Wendy is frantically running through the halls, after seeing finally the similar events Johnny has been experiencing of the 1920's party, she accidently peers through an open door and she sees shapes huddled together. In full focus, the shapes are revealed to be of two men who were potentially engaging in oral sex. While there is nothing wrong with that potentiality except if you are part of the anti same gender police, but what particularly caught our attention and threw us over the level of accepted abnormalcy was their attire du jour, as one of the men was wearing a full-on "bear suit", not the sexy kind sorry. The Bear Suit guy, completely assorted with a bear mouth and teeth, is conveniently kneeled in front of his possible lover, who is dressed in what appear to be a black tie vest and white shirt, so classy and such a contrast from the bear suit. Nonetheless, they both turn to stare back at Wendy intently.

What was the purpose of this scene if not to push the envelop and create that questionable stillness in our minds if only for a minute? Supreme WTF moment for me!

WTF moment!

What's up with the bear suit? WTF!



Happy New Year TBHMmaniacs!!


"The Best Horror Movies inspire good or evil in the living depending on our essence."or aayaa " """""""""""" -- Alfred"""



The Rose X-mas Eve quiz contest is officially over...Let's congratulate the winner of the Contest Mr. Rob Burns hailing from San Francisco...he won a George R. R. Martin's A Game of Thrones 5-Book Boxed Set (Song of Ice and Fire Series): A Game of Thrones, A Clash of Kings, A Storm of Swords, A Feast for Crows, and A Dance with Dragons [ Kindle Edition ]...and the runner up is Mr. Rich Hinman winning a copy of a short story titled Red-Xmas!

Hope you can play next year, bonne chance et Joyeux Noel!!!


The Exorcist: Best Horror Movie of all times

Title: The Exorcist (1973) Directed by William Friedkin, Written by William Peter Blatty in 1971

Cast: Ellen Burstyn, Linda Blair, Jason Miller, Max Von Sydow, Mercedes McCambridge

Scoop: Based on true events, several strange things occurred throughout the filming of this supernatural flick. Father King was called to bless the set and the cast numerous times.

Unsurprisingly, the barf scene caused an international gag chain reaction within the first day of showing. Most moviegoers were not able to hold their cookie whenever the vomit scene came up. Hence, most theaters warned their patrons to have readily "The Exorcist Barf bag" if they wanted to enjoy the film.

Languages: English, Arabic, Latin, Greek, German, French

Favorite Quote: "It's an excellent day for an exorcism!"

Scariest character: Reagan(Pazuzu)

Running Time: 122 minutes

Filming Locations: Sinjar, Iraq; Manhattan, NY

Favorite Scenes: The arrival of the priest scene, vaginal crucifix stabbing scene, the spider-walk scene, the 360 head spin, the hundred gallons of green slimy vomit. These scenes made this movie what it is now, the best horror movie of all times!

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Why: The Exorcist is that movie you just can't ever get enough of. Even though, you probably have seen it hundreds of times when you were in your teens. As an adult, you still find yourself compelled to watch it again and again. Funny enough, you find new thrills, new scary scenes that you have missed when you were younger or maybe your feeble mind was just not ready to fully digest when you were at that age. Recently, these newly discovered scenes just bite at you to celebrate the greatness of this film. Trust me, it's okay, we are with you on that because surely enough, we have experienced it too. That's the very reason we will continue to celebrate this supernatural cult classic for years to come as the most perversed, the most sinister, the most grotesque, the slimiest hands down, the scariest and the most entertaining horror movie of all times. 


To me that was Supernatural Horror at its best but if you feel there are other horror movies out there way better than "The Exorcist" please do not hesitate to enlighten me. Spread it!


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