Monday, October 27, 2008


Since Halloween is only a few days away, I thought I'd post about a few of my favorite scary/supernatural themed movies, and books. Being a big fan of everything vampire, from Bram Stokers classic "Dracula", to the stylized action movie of "Underworld". These are my top 3 picks, I will also put a list at the end of some other similar themed books, and movies.

1. Since it's first publication in 1897, "Dracula" has had its readers addicted to its rich cast of characters, and the ultimate face off between good, and evil. Bram Stokers "Dracula" is a must read for those who truly enjoy a great vampire novel.

2. "Underworld" Vampires VS Lycans ( or werewolves) what more can anyone ask for? The world of the night belongs entirely to those that are no longer completely human. As they struggle to find out who is the superior species. With its spectacular fight scenes, and the complexity of the characters as they try to find there own way.

3. If you're going to watch "Psycho" the best version is the original. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. To think all the trouble begins, with the theft of $10,000, a case of paranoia, and the unfortunate luck of stopping at Bate's Motel. I absolutely loved this movie.

If you think any of your favorite Halloween movies have been unjustly left out, feel free to let me know by stopping by and commenting.

  1. "The Haunting"

  2. "Interview with the Vampire" the book, or movie.

  3. "Demon in My View" by Amelia Atwater Rhodes.

  4. "Disturbia"

  5. "The Exorcism of Emily Rose"

  6. "The Jewel of Seven Stars" by Bram Stoker.

  7. "Van Helsing"

  8. "Dreadful Sorry" by Kathryn Reiss

  9. "Supernatural" season 1, 2, 3

  10. "Reaper" season 1
  11. "Sleepy Hollow"

Happy All Hallows' Eve,
Dame Orchid

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