By Sunita Smith
DEAD SILENCE 2007 FROM THE WIRITERS & DIRECTORS & PRODUCERS OF “SAW”
This movie is sure to give you the scares. Jamie Ashen played by actor (Ryan Kwanten) who moves back to his creepy hometown of Ravens Fair after his wife’s death to uncover the mystery of her murder. Jamie is about to discover the legendary truth of Mary Shaw played by actress (Joan Heney) the Ventriloquist whose sinister presence still till this day haunts the town of Ravens Fair. This movie is R-rated.
POLAROID 2019 FROM THE PRODUCERS OF IT AND IT CHAPTER TWO
“Who would have thought finding a vintage Polaroid camera would hold dark & mysterious secrets.” That’s just what high school Bird Fitcher played by actress (Kathryn Prescott) discovers when she finds this Polaroid camera, she soon realises that whoever has their picture taken by it will soon be victim to a tragic and untimely death. This movie is rated PG 13.
GOOSEBUMPS 2: HAUNTED HALLOWEEN 2018
DIRECTED BY ARI SANDEL AND WRITTEN BY ROB LIEBER & DARREN LEMKE
This American comedy horror movie is for the whole family. It is mildly scary, funny and enjoyable at the same time. Its about a two friends Sonny played by (Jeremy Ray) and Sam played by (Caleel Harris). Whom stumble upon an ancient manuscript in an abandoned house while cleaning. Whoever would have thought? That just by reading the text from that manuscript is going to bring Slappy the ventriloquist dummy to life and that’s when things start to take a turn for the worst. This movie is rated PG.
HUBIE HALLOWEEN 2020 DIRECTED BY STEVE BRILL & CO-WRITTEN BY TIM HERLIHY & ADAM SANDLER.
This movie had me in stitches! What a brilliant comedy/mystery movie starring (Adam Sandler) who plays Hubie Dubois the towns eccentric, devoted community volunteer with a good nature, who is always getting pranked on by the town’s folks. It’s October 31st in Salem Massachusetts when Hubie finds himself in the middle of a real investigation, for a real murderer.
HALLOWEEN 1978 DIRECTED & SCORED BY JOHN CARPENTER & CO- WRITTEN WITH DEBRA HILL
Finally ending with one of my ultimate favourite movies for Halloween has to be Halloween 1. On the night of Halloween back in 1963 Haddonfield, the hometown of six-year-old Michael Myers played by (Nick Castle) who brutally murdered his 17-year- old sister Judith played by (Sandy Johnson). Myers was sentenced to 15 years in prison for committing the murder of his sister. Now 15 years later Myers who is 21 played by (Tony Moran) who is being transferred for a court hearing when he escapes Smith’s Grove and returns to his quiet hometown of Haddonfield, Illinois to find his next victim. Let’s hope it’s not you! This movie is 18 rated.
DRAG ME TO HELL 2009
DIRECTOR SAM RAIMI
I don’t think no one wants to go to hell right? Unfortuatly for loan officer Christine Brown played by actress (Alison Lohman) whose life becomes a living nightmare after she is cursed by an old lady for refusing her an extension on her loan just because she wants to impress her boss. Christine seeks a physic’s help to break the curse, but the price to save her soul may be more than she can afford to pay. This is a American supernatural horror rated PG 13.
Well that’s it from me folks! There you have it, some of my favourite horror movies which I would highly recommend worth watching during the spooky month of October!
“Remember don’t get scared now!”