HHFF #6 Something Wicked This Way Comes – My very first Horror film as a child. Jonathan Pryce gives an astonishing and unforgettable performance as Mr. Dark who leads the Autumn People into a small town to reap the sorrow and pain of the townies. This film was the subject of this year’s Halloween Feature here at Nostalgia Factor. Check out my artwork and full review HERE.
HHFF #7 Stake Land – In the face of the Zombie Genre becoming stale. This film blames it’s post-apocalyptic vision on mindless Vampires. Same idea as Zombie, but it’s Vampires. Actually the movie is well acted and ends up being its own unique thing. Really enjoyed this film.
HHFF #8 Funny Games U.S. – “Where’s the remote?” lol Michael Haneke. I’ll give you a pass on crossing the line of my biggest movie story telling pet peeves ONLY because you made me laugh out loud while doing so.
HHFF #9 The Devil’s Backbone – An early masterpiece from Guillermo del Toro. A genuinely haunting example of great filmmaking and story telling.
HHFF #10 Red Riding Hood – This movie is more concerned with stylish haircuts and pretty teenagers than storytelling, but there’s enjoyment to be derived from it none the less. Also the Fever Ray music is fucking awesome!