October Countdown: 31 Fantastic Films to Make Your Halloween Scream, #14

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Are you looking to hang out with a few friends on Halloween night and watch a great horror flick? Every day in October, I’ll be suggesting a film that I believe will make for excellent Halloween viewing. Whether you’re an avid celebrator or a casual observer of the holiday, these films will convey the proper mood and spirit of October. In no particular order (and by no means a completely representative), here’s the next entry in my list of 31 excellent movies for Halloween Night—or whenever you’re looking for a frightfully good time.

My recommendation for October 14th is… Feast.

Official Synopsis: In a remote bar, a newcomer advises the customers to seal the place up, as hungry monsters will soon attack them. The customers must quickly organize a strategy to defend themselves from the deadly creatures.

The product of Season 3 of Project Greenlight never got the respect it truly deserved. As a trilogy, Feast fails in a big way, but the first installment is pure bubble-gum horror delight! The awesome ensemble cast is a veritable who’s-who of B-Movie and Indie actors. The real stars of the film, however, are the disgusting ghoulish creatures that dress in road-kill and mutilate, regurgitate, fornicate, and procreate with gooey abandon. Feast is razor sharp Horror-Comedy, the kind of film that turns stereotypes and expectations on their head. This film will especially please fans of Robert Rodrigues. Check it out!

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  1. American Mary
  2. Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon
  3. Botched
  4. Cabin Fever
  5. Chop
  6. The Cottage
  7. Dark City
  8. Dawn of the Dead (2004 Remake)
  9. Dead Snow
  10. Drag Me To Hell
  11. End of the Line
  12. Evil Dead
  13. Excision
  14. Feast
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About Saucy Josh

I write a blog for intelligent Horror movie aficionados called Blood and Guts for Grown Ups: https://bloodandgutsforgrownups.wordpress.com/ View all posts by Saucy Josh

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