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LSUDVM1999
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North Carolina
Member since Aug 2010
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What are your go to fall/Halloween movies?
I have three that I watch every year in October (along with your typical Halloween flicks like Trick R Treat):

Something Wicked This Way Comes, Disney's Ichabod and Mr. Toad and Campfire Tales (1997). The latter isn't the greatest movie (not bad either IMHO) but I caught it one year on tv in the fall and continue to make it a staple for my fall viewing.
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Amadeo
Harvard Fan
Member since Jan 2004
3841 posts

re: What are your go to fall/Halloween movies?
Roman Polanski's The Fearless Vampire Hunters.

Mostly for laughs as I have no conscious memory of ever being spooked by a movie in any way shape or form.


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Audioman213
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Member since Dec 2012
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AUCom96
Alabama
Member since May 2020
1789 posts

re: What are your go to fall/Halloween movies?
Fright Night
Sleepy Hollow
The Disney Headless Horseman cartoon
It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown


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3nOut
US Space Force Fan
Central Texas, TX
Member since Jan 2013
20824 posts

re: What are your go to fall/Halloween movies?
Odd one, but Dan in Real Life.

Just a nice whimsical fall romcom. We watch it ever September usually.

It’s a Fall movie the way that Love Actually is a Christmas movie.


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Jor Jor The Dinosaur
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Chicago, IL
Member since Nov 2014
4819 posts

re: What are your go to fall/Halloween movies?
I usually watch these every October:

The Thing
The Terminator
Cabin in the Woods
Alien
Halloween
Shaun of the Dead
Evil Deads
What We Do In The Shadows

I'm also forced to watch Hocus Pocus and Halloweentown by the wife. I can see the appeal for those that grew up with them, but I didn't really watch them until I was an adult so they don't do it for me.

I try to watch new horror/thriller movies I haven't seen throughout the month, but not much has been catching my eye this year. I spent way too long last night cycling through Netflix, Amazon, HBO, Starz, Cinemax, Hulu, rinse and repeat, before finally settling on Killing of a Sacred Deer. Open to suggestions if anyone has them.


TomBuchanan
Yale Fan
East Egg, Long Island
Member since Jul 2019
4336 posts

re: What are your go to fall/Halloween movies?
Back to the Future is to be watched on October 21st.


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TomBuchanan
Yale Fan
East Egg, Long Island
Member since Jul 2019
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re: What are your go to fall/Halloween movies?



The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown
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Fewer Kilometers
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CobraCommander83
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re: What are your go to fall/Halloween movies?
Ernest TYFYS


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tigerfan84
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Member since Dec 2003
14942 posts

re: What are your go to fall/Halloween movies?
Halloween I, 2, 4, H20, 2018
The Shining
Salems Lot
The Omen
Scream
Clue

Already watched this year:
The Faculty
The new It movies
Pet Sematary
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Cole Beer
Southern Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2008
4036 posts

re: What are your go to fall/Halloween movies?
Season of The Witch
Night of the Living Dead (1968)
Beetlejuice
Jeepers Creepers
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)


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mizzoubuckeyeiowa
Member since Nov 2015
28875 posts

re: What are your go to fall/Halloween movies?
It's funny you talk to people and the movies are always the same ol' shite for the last 30 years....

The Shining
The Omen
Halloween

The only movies I've found that are actually sort of about Halloween is not Halloween but Trick 'r Treat (which should be regarded as the Christmas Story of Halloween movies) and Tales of Halloween.

I noticed that Halloween movies have now been expanded like Christmas movies because there is such a dearth of them out there.

On IMDB E.T. is listed as a Halloween movie (I guess like Die Hard is listed as a Christmas movie.)


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YNWA
Yale Fan
Member since Nov 2015
5071 posts

re: What are your go to fall/Halloween movies?
Salem's Lot
Phantasm franchise


LSUDVM1999
LSU Fan
North Carolina
Member since Aug 2010
1519 posts

re: What are your go to fall/Halloween movies?
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Phantasm


Just watched this last night.

Image: https://zizihub.com/b53982.jpg


boston vol
Virginia Fan
Lexington-Fayette, KY
Member since Sep 2015
3549 posts

re: What are your go to fall/Halloween movies?
The Exorcist
The Exorcist III
Bram Stoker’s Dracula
All of the Halloween films
The Omen
Lair of the White Worm


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Nado Jenkins83
LSU Fan
Land of the Free
Member since Nov 2012
53836 posts

re: What are your go to fall/Halloween movies?
Trick or treat is my go to. Or creepshow


BorrisMart
LSU Fan
La
Member since Jul 2020
6063 posts

re: What are your go to fall/Halloween movies?
the original Halloween is always a tradition. But I'm sure thats with everyone. Hopefully there will be a few decent new horror films come out this month, but not so sure.


UnluckyTiger
Virginia Fan
Member since Sep 2003
30534 posts

re: What are your go to fall/Halloween movies?
Halloween
Trick R Treat

Also, it was incredible to flip on AMC yesterday and see Fright Night on. Couldn’t turn it off. Love this time of year when you get to see old classics like that.


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ManBearTiger
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BRLA
Member since Jun 2007
20518 posts

re: What are your go to fall/Halloween movies?
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fright night
quote:

creepshow
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