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Oct
18th
2021

Factober #18 – The Nightmare Before Christmas 🎃👻🎄 · 6:17pm Yesterday

About time I came around this one.

Tim Burton has said his original poem the film was based on was inspired after seeing Halloween merchandise display in a store being taken down and replaced by a Christmas display. The juxtaposition of ghouls and goblins with Santa and his reindeer sparked his imagination.

So if folks weren't eager to put out Christmas crap out early, this film probably wouldn't exist, XD

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Oct
17th
2021

Factober #17 – Goosebumps (2015) 📚🎃👻 · 5:02pm Sunday

Based on a book series I never read and a show I never watched, let's turn the page for Goosebumps.

Mr. Stine (Jack Black) makes the comment that he has sold more books than author Stephen King. Surprisingly, this line of the film is true. King having sold over 350 million books and R.L. Stine having sold over 400 million books.

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Oct
16th
2021

Factober #16 – Halloween (1978) 🎃🔪 · 5:00pm Saturday

You can't talk Halloween without talking about...well, Halloween.

All of the actors wore their own clothes, since there wasn't enough money for a costume department (or much lighting). Jamie Lee Curtis went to J.C. Penney for Laurie Strode's wardrobe. She spent less than $100 for the entire set.

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Oct
16th
2021

First Viewing #86 · 2:37am Saturday

Halloween Kills: 7.5/10
This is part one, don't expect this to be the end yet...

Scanners (1981): 6/10
Took me a long while to comprehend this supposed "horror" film, it was more tech talk than anything, but not bad.

The Ring (2002): 7/10
Seven daysssssss...

Green Lantern: First Flight: 7/10

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Oct
15th
2021

Factober #15 – JAWS 🎃👻🦈🛥 · 5:00pm Last Friday

Shark looks fake.

Now that we got that joke out the way, let's get on board with Jaws.

The mechanical shark the crew used during filming was given the nickname "Bruce".

If you haven't guessed yet (or already knew), Pixar's Finding Nemo includes the iconic vegetarian-ish shark Bruce as an homage to the 1975 horror classic.

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Oct
14th
2021

Factober #14 – Beetlejuice 🎃👻🪲🪱 · 5:00pm Last Thursday

Time for the "ghost with the most" to take the spotlight.

Tim Burton feared the "Day-O" sequence wouldn't go over well, since in his opinion it wasn't very funny. He turned out to be wrong: audiences loved it and think of it as one of the film's most iconic scenes.

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Oct
13th
2021

Factober #13 – Hocus Pocus 🧙‍♀️🧙‍♀️🧙‍♀️🐈‍⬛ · 5:07pm Last Wednesday

A guilty pleasure for many 90's-2000's kids, let's dive into the cauldron of this "classic". That I only watched once...

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Oct
12th
2021

First Viewing #85 · 10:54pm 6 days ago

Scream 3: 6.5/10
It was alright, really enjoyed the first two. Just the fourth one left to watch.

Natural Born Killers (1994): 6/10
This was trippy af. Imagine Let There Be Carnage, but with no symbiotes.

Cult of Chucky: 7.5/10
Bout to watch the series premiere of the franchise tonight, had to check this one out first.

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Oct
12th
2021

Factober #12 – The Addams Family 🎃👻👪🦇 · 5:00pm 6 days ago

Can't get through the spoopy time of year without visiting the family!

In the original Addams Family series (1964), Uncle Fester was Morticia's mother's brother, and his surname is unknown.

In the 90's movies and other subsequent interpretations of the same character, he is Gomez' brother, Fester Addams.

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Oct
11th
2021

Factober #11 – Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit 🎃👻🧀🐇 · 5:04pm October 11th

It came out in Oct. and proclaimed as a "vegetarian horror film for kids", so it counts! This is my CHILDHOOD!!!

This was one of two stop-motion animated films in 2005. The other was Corpse Bride, and in a peculiar coincidence, Helena Bonham Carter has a prominent role in both. In a further coincidence, both films have a subplot about a snobby suitor trying to cash in by the act of marriage.

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