Splatter Time Fun Fest 2010: Is Here!!!!

It’s that time of the year again, it’s time for Splatter Time Fun Fest 2010, oh yes it is!

Hey peeps, just a quick announcement to let you all know that tomorrow begins the second annual Splatter Time Fun Fest here at Bill’s Movie Emporium. Here’s the bare bones of what you need to know, if you didn’t know all of this already,

–This is a horror fest, I will cover only horror movies for the entire month of October.

–I try to do thirteen movies, I think the reason for that number is obvious, but I usually end up reviewing one or two more than that, just because.

–The format of the reviews is the same as my other reviews, but this time it’s horror movies all month long so way, way cooler!

–Last year I only used the Splatter Time Fun Fest moniker for the awards post at the end of the month. I decided to change things up this year, instead of being called Horror Month 2010, the entire month will be called Splatter Time Fun Fest 2010.

–The award show, final post, that wraps everything up will be the 2nd Annual Splatter Time Fun Fest Awards.

That just about covers everything, but I am looking for a computer minded person who could possibly take a blood splatter image and insert the world’s Splatter Time Fun Fest into the image and that would be the logo for the fest year after year. I’d do it myself, but let’s face it, I suck at the knowledge with the computers!

Alright folks, that’s all I have, tomorrow the fun begins. Keep checking back throughout the month for a bevy of horror reviews, and I hope you have a good time reading them because I’ll have a ball writing them, I can guarantee you that much!

Cheers,
Bill

*Blood splatter image courtesy of LayoutSparks.com

4 responses to “Splatter Time Fun Fest 2010: Is Here!!!!

  1. Mark Middlemas

    What movies are you doing?

  2. This is pretty much the final rotation of films,

    Bride of Frankenstein
    The Night of the Demon
    Sleepaway Camp
    The House of the Devil
    Trick ‘r’ Treat
    The Mist
    Nosferatu the Vampyre
    The Nightmare On Elm Street (original)
    Friday the 13th (original)
    Dawn Of The Dead (original)
    A Tale of Two Sisters
    28 Days Later
    An American Werewolf in London
    Psycho

    That’s not the order they’ll be posted in, but that should be all the films.

  3. Night of the Demon, Trick ‘r’ Treat, The Mist (which I re-watched recently) and Nosferatu the Vampyre will be the highlights for me.

    Tale of Two Sisters: is that the Korean film?

  4. Indeed it is kind sir.

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