Friday, October 24, 2014

THM Picks: Spooky Film Classics

We all have our favorite scary (or not so scary) movies this time of year, and there's certainly no shortage from which to choose. This includes classic films - even ones without Boris Karloff or Vincent Price. So if you're looking for something different, or haven't seen these classics in a while, they're sure to hit the spot this Halloween season:

  • The Uninvited (1944) - a ghost story with great 40's style.
  • Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) - murder most silly in this screwball comedy.
  • Rebecca (1940) - because Mrs. Danvers is just that creepy.
  • I Married a Witch (1942) - a long-term Salem resident has her eye on Fredric March.
  • Gaslight (1944) - there's nothing like being terrorized by a man with a French accent.
  • The Lodger (1944) - long before they had background checks.


halloween jack-o-lantern movies
Don't forget to turn out the lights :-)


Happy viewing!

>o<

4 comments:

  1. I enjoy a good spooky movie... Perhaps Gaslight because I'm a sucker for a French accent...lol

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  2. Let's have the 'pretty in pink drink' whilst we watch Charles and Ingrid.

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  3. White Wine. There was. And Spinach Ravioli with Delicious (sauteed Mixed Greens), Swiss Chard, Spinach and Kale for dinner... munching on pistachios and banana pudding (homemade custard)of course... as we digest on that Great movie!!! Lovely evening...

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