Splatter Time Fun Fest 2011: Is Here!!!!

It is upon you, that special time of the year, it’s Splatter Time Fun Fest 2011!

Those of you who are familiar with the blog know what Splatter Time Fun Fest is, for those of you who aren’t, here are some tidbits of info.

–For the entire month of October all reviews, marathons and projects shut down, replaced solely by horror movie reviews.

–I’ll be reviewing thirteen movies this year, followed by the annual Splatter Time Fun Fest ending award show, The Bloody Machete Awards. Here’s the schedule, minus dates of course,

#1: Day Of The Dead (1985)
#2: L’uccello Dalle Piume Di Cristallo (The Bird With The Crystal Plumage, 1970)
#3: The Changeling (1980)
#4: Haute Tension (High Tension, 2003)
#5: Let Me In (2010)
#6: Les Yeux Sans Visage (Eyes Without A Face, 1960)
#7: Hausu (House, 1977)
#8: Vampyr (1932)
#9: Peeping Tom (1960)
#10: Cat People (1942)
#11: Repulsion (1965)
#12: Funny Games (1997)
#13: Faust – Eine Deutsche Volkssage (Faust, 1926)
The 2nd Annual Bloody Machete Awards

That about covers it actually, I wanted to let my loving and eternally loyal readers know that Splatter Time Fun Fest 2011 is coming, and I have. Tomorrow the festivities begin, make sure to keep stopping by, and hopefully the fest is a lot of fun for everyone.


4 responses to “Splatter Time Fun Fest 2011: Is Here!!!!

  1. would have loved to see what you thought of insidious. I think Abby and I are going to do a bonus ADMP review of it. Seeing as how we are horror movie aficionados.

  2. That’s the one that just came out earlier this year or late last year, made by the same people who did Paranormal Activity, right? It was in the big list, and I hope to get to it at some point in the near future. Will be interested to hear your thoughts regardless.

  3. it has similar trappings as most supernatural scary movies do, where you eventually just need to take your brain out and put it on a shelf to truly enjoy yourself. It is also basically a valentine to Poltergeist, which in my opinion is one of the best contemporary ‘haunted house’ movies ever made. I was pretty surprised how much I liked it, but with the exception of the first Saw film, I’ve enjoyed most of James Wan’s films.

  4. Cool, I’ll have to check it out some time.

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