I have been down sicker than the proverbial dog for the past 2 weeks. Nothing life threatening, just painful. I will be up and running again hopefully ny T-Giving and will be playing catchup on my reviews very soon.
Considering I am starting this column/blog on my favorite holiday, what better horror movie to give my first review for on TBHM than the 1978 John Carpenter classic Halloween.
Now I am sure this pic will make you want to go out and carve up... a pumpkin of course.
Although, if you're a true horror afficianado, then you're thinking giant butcher knives, a white William Shatner mask, dead sex starved teenagers and when you hear this music in your head, the goosebumps start.
I won't go into the actors who portrayed certain characters in the movie, I prefer to concentrate on the story and how the movie manages to gives us a good scare. You can .........