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Halloween movie

Are you fond of watching a Halloween movie as the Halloween season approaches? However, in deciding what is the best Halloween movie ever is quite hard to do. In doing so, you need to come up with some criteria. One of these criteria is determining how scary the Halloween movie is. Through these criteria, you get the chance of sorting out the best Halloween movie of all time.

Let’s go over to some of the best Halloween movies ever created throughout the years that you can still enjoy watching over and over again up to this current time.

The movie the “Jaws” is regarded as one best Halloween movie because of its category as an excellent horror movie. However, some critics regard this movie as a poor Halloween movie because in reality, there are minimal chances of such great shark attacks during the Halloween season unless you are living on a boat.

Another great Halloween movie of all times is the movie of young Jamie Lee Curtis and Mike Myers during the year 1978 when Mike had become a horror legend as well because of the movie. In this Halloween movie, Mike Myers had brutally and emotionlessly stabbed his sister to death at the age of six during the night of Halloween in year 1963. However, in 1978, Mike had escaped from a mental institution and continued his reign of terror in the hometown of Haddonfield, Illinois.

The “Psycho” is also one great Halloween movie where Norman Bates just like Mike Myers had become a horror legend because of this movie. This movie was directed by listed scary movie directors.

With the torture scenes shown in the movie of “Wolf Creek”, these had made it one of the best Halloween movies of times. The scenes in this Hollywood movie are pretty disturbing than that of the “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” and “The Hills” movies.

“Friday the 13th” is one scary Halloween movie for those people who love to go on camping. The thought some scary hockey mask is running after you in the dark really make the movie as best and scary Halloween movie.

Nothing can beat the 1973 Halloween movie of “The Exorcist as it is the scariest movie of all time. If you get to watch this movie up to this time, it would still creep you out.

Some of the Halloween movies included in the list are the “The Shining”, “Nightmare on Elm Street”, “Hostel”, and the “Saw”.

However, to be able to enjoy watching from any of the abovementioned Halloween movie, you need to watch them with friends as you enjoy eating your favorite Halloween recipes.


October 8, 2007 - Posted by | Blogroll

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