Attack of the 14 Nights of Halloween – My Favorite Movie

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Halloween 2015 bloghop

In the Attack of the 14 Nights of Halloween blog hop, we were asked our favorite Halloween Movie.

Favorite? That’s hard, but I finally narrowed it down to IT by Stephen King, and staring a super cast – Richard Thomas, Annette O’Toole, Harry Anderson, Tim Reid, John Ritter and of course Tim Curry. I don’t like clowns and this movie set that in concrete. When my son was given one of those clown dolls to learn how to button, snap, zip, tie a bow, I got it out of the house before he even knew about it.  I see the resemblance!clown doll

One of my favorite things about this movie is following the kids through growing up, none of them able to form a real working relationship or have children of their own until their promise from the past is kept. Let’s face it Stephen King knows his way around a scary story. Of course the book is richer than the movie, but they did a good job and now I want to pull out my DVD and watch it one more time.

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3 thoughts on “Attack of the 14 Nights of Halloween – My Favorite Movie

  1. I love scary movies, but my two favorites are both old. I love the original Friday 13th because I saw it at the theater when it first came out the year I was married, 1980. BTW, it was October. My husband and I drove separately because he met me at the theater after work. After the movie, we drove home. He parked behind the apartment complex we lived in and I parked on the street. I remember walking down the sidewalk alone, wind swirling leaves around my feet, and being scared as sh*t! And my husband jumping out from behind the door when I came inside and scaring the crap out of me. My second favorite movie is American Werewolf in London. It was one of the first movies I watched on HBO. My sister was in a wheelchair and we were sitting in the dark, watching the movie. At the moment the werewolf attack, my cat jumped in my sisters lap and she screamed and nearly jumped out of her chair. We both laughed until we cried. She died almost 3 years ago. 🙁

    • You know I don’t think I’ve ever seen Friday 13th, but I have seen Werewolf in London. Scary movies make the house make noises, I swear! I remember going to see Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte in the theater on my birthday with a friend. We watched parts of it through the button holes of my coat! Glad you have those memories with your sister.

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