A Horror Movie A Day Keeps This Girl Happy & Sane (Part 1)

October – definitely our favorite month around Sci-Fi & Scary. We both absolutely love horror movies, and there are so many good ones out there! (Of course for every good horror movie, there’s about 20 bad ones, but it is what it is.)

We’ve been seeing “31 Days of Horror” type posts around, and decided to join in on the fun and do one of our own. Except, there’s going to be two because Gracie and I have different tastes in a lot of areas!

We’re putting them in alphabetical order just to keep you guessing on which ones are our absolute favorites.

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Lilyn’s 31 Days of Horror List

  1. 28 Days Later
  2. A Nightmare on Elm Street: New Nightmare
  3. Arachnophobia
  4. The Autopsy of Jane Doe
  5. The Birds
  6. Black Sheep
  7. The Craft (I have doubts that this is actually a horror movie, but the internet says it is..so…)
  8. Darkness Falls
  9. The Descent
  10. Drag Me to Hell
  11. The Exorcist
  12. Final Destination
  13. Get Out
  14. Ghost Ship
  15. IT (Either one. I like them both equally)
  16. Insidious 3 (You should start with Insidious 1 if you haven’t seen any of them yet, though.)
  17. Jeepers Creepers 1 or 2 (I seriously couldn’t make up my mind which one to list.)
  18. Lights Out
  19. The Mist (2007)
  20. Night of the Living Dead (1968)
  21. Oculus
  22. Paranormal Activity (Only the first one, folks. Please pretend the rest don’t exist.)
  23. Poltergeist (The original, not the remake!!)
  24. Pontypool
  25. Rare Exports – Subtitled
  26. The Ring
  27. Stitches
  28. Stung
  29. The Thing
  30. Thir13en Ghosts
  31. Train to Busan – Subtitled

I think my list definitely shows that I favor paranormal horror movies, doesn’t it? I don’t have a single ‘normal’ serial killer type movie on it! Out of all the horror movies on this list, only a handful of them are ones I haven’t watched at least 2 or 3 times.  Some of them I’ve watched upwards of 5+ times at a minimum. And while only two foreign horror movies on the list, there are lots of good ones we recommend. You can check that list of best foreign horror movies out here.

It occurs to me that I need to rewatch a lot of these movies so I can get reviews up for them!

2 thoughts on “A Horror Movie A Day Keeps This Girl Happy & Sane (Part 1)

  1. There’s a few suggestions I mean to look up on here, starting with “The Autopsy of Jane Doe.” On the other hand, I’m more for the original “Nightmare on Elm Street” than any of its sequels, and I’d rather go with the darkly funny “Deathgasm” from New Zealand, rather than “Black Sheep,” which didn’t quite live up to its trailer, IMHO. Finally, what did you think of the original Carl Kolchak TV movie, “The Night Stalker”?

    1. I haven’t seen Deathgasm, but now that you’ve mentioned it, I’m going to look into it!! It’s been a long, long time since I saw The Night Stalker, but I remember being creeped out by it.

      The Autopsy of Jane Doe is a pretty fantastic movie.

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