It is almost October. Days and nights are at an even keel now. However, as we approach late October and Daylight Savings Time ends, the nights will be longer and longer. During this time, darkness reigns supreme. What is YOUR favorite most blood curding, tingling horror movie to watch on those eerily dark nights where YOU really don't know when SOMETHING or SOMEONE will.........APPEAR........?
I LOVE horror movies! It's hard to pick just one favorite. The Shining is a my fave to watch anytime I need a good creep out, but the original Halloween is my favorite to watch this time of year!
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