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Here’s the latest episode of The Obsessive Viewer Podcast! We return to our Vault to enter 3 movies that we feel deserve a piece of absolute preservation.
There are some important announcements in this episode. First, of course, we refer to the new book site The Obsessive Book Nerd. And Tiny teases a new podcasting endeavor.
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My friends and I have been dedicating the month of October to the horror genre and calling it Shocktober for several years now. I started this blog in February and from the start I was excited about sharing my Shocktober experience with anyone and everyone.
I have been saying for a while that this year has to make up for last year’s abysmal performance. I had it in my mind that I barely watched anything last year. As it turns out, I was 27 movies last year. Not all of them were Shocktober movies, but I had been working under the assumption that I had maybe 10 or 11 viewings total last year.
It’s all for the best because this year was the second best Shocktober I’ve ever had. While I didn’t beat my record of 57 viewings in 2011, I did come close with a very respectable 52 viewings. I’m also proud to say that only 3 of those viewings weren’t Shocktober movies. Continue reading
Posted in Mike White, Monthly Roundup, Movies, Obsessive Friends, Shocktober, Shocktober 2013, Tiny
Tagged 1978, Alfonso Cuarón, all hallow's eve, Apollo 18, blu-ray, Gravity, Halloween, Halloween 3, Halloween 35th Anniversary, House at the End of the Street, Indianapolis, Indie Lounge, Jason X, jennifer lawrence, John Carpenter, Keystone Art, Max Brooks, Michael Dougherty, Michael Myers, Mike, Month in Movies, Monthly Roundup, Netflix, Obsessive Friends, Satan's Little Helper, Season of the Witch, Shocktober, Shocktober 2013, The American Scream, The Awakening, The Collector, The Loved Ones, The Thing, theater, Tiny, trick r Treat, World War Z
Posted in Horror, Obsessive Friends, Shocktober, Shocktober 2013, Tiny
Tagged 2001: A Space Odyssey, Avatar, Bonnie and Clyde, Charles Hallahan, Chewbacca, Dreamcatcher, Frank Darabont, Halloween, Halloween 3, Halloween 4, House of 1, house of 1000 corpses, Hustle and Flow, It, John Carpenter, Killer Klowns from Outer Space, King Kong, Lord of the Rings, Marcia Gay Harden, Michael Myers, Movies, Obsessive Friends, Peter Jackson, rob zombie, Salem's lot, Secret Window, Shocktober, Stephen King, the devil's rejects, The Frighteners, The Mist, The Thing, The Tommyknockers, Tiny, Toby Jones
I picked up the Halloween: 35th Anniversary blu-ray a few weeks ago and was eager to jump into it and the features. In honor of Shocktober I thought I’d review it for anyone curious about whether they should upgrade their collection or enhance it with this horror movie classic for the first time.
The blu-ray comes in a booklet case with 20 pages stapled inside. The pages are filled with old photos from the movie and an essay written by Stef Hutchinson of the Halloween: 25 Years of Terror documentary.
Read on as I detail the release and the features within it. Let me know what you think of in the comments below and be sure to follow me around the internet.
Posted in Blu-Ray and DVD, Horror, Shocktober, Shocktober 2013
Tagged Autumn, blu-ray, Halloween, Halloween 25 Years of Terror, Halloween 35th Anniversary, HorrorHound Weekend, Indianapolis, Jamie Lee Curtis, John Carpenter, Michael Myers, ps3, Shocktober, Shocktober 2013, Stef Hutchinson, The Night She Came Home
[OBSESSIVE NOTE] Check out Tiny’s latest batch of Shocktober reviews! For more Shocktober-related content, check out the official Shocktober page of the site. And don’t forget to check out Tiny on The Obsessive Viewer Podcast.
– Matt (@ObsessiveViewer)
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