Thursday, 20 October 2016

Faviourite Horrors for Halloween


With Halloween fast approaching I have been digging out my horrors (who am I kidding, I watch horrors pretty much everyday haha) but seriously, I've been making a list of my favourite horrors to stick on the full week before Halloween. 


I am a big horror movie buff and I would love love LOVE to make my own one day.... I think I'd be pretty good at it if I do say so myself, I just watch so many that I would love to give it a go. Anyway, I have put together a list of my top horrors for halloween, Some I find Jumpy, some I just find interesting but all of them I really enjoy watching, well, apart from The Babadook. Fun fact; It's the only one I have cried at and wouldn't ever watch again because I am that scared of it, I don't even know what makes me so scared of this film but it terrifies me to no end. So this halloween why not snuggle up, stick on a horror and give yourself a right good scare!

Anyway, here's my ultimate horror list for halloween;

Drag me to hell



Insidious 3



Conjuring 



Conjuring 2



Halloween



Nightmare on elm Street



Clown



The Babadook



Scream



The Evil dead



The Silence of the lambs



IT





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3 comments

  1. I used to love watching Horror flicks before I had T. But since becoming a mum, I can't seem to watch them anymore. I get easily creeped out now. How weird is that? ;)

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  2. Me and my heart can not do horror at any level, I am such a scaredy pants and wouldn't want to tempt my heart lol. Just reading this post has my BP shooting up.

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  3. I LOVE horror films. I remember even back to when my best mate and I used to watch them when we were kids. They'd scare the hell out of us. She still doesn't like clowns now at 36 years old hehe!
    The Freddy films are classic.

    Thanks for being part of #MMBC. Hope to see you next week x

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