Perfect in my Mind

Perfect in my Mind

Friday, October 28, 2011

Very Scary.

Holy crap.

It's almost Halloween, already?  How'd that happen?  I thought I just barely started school! 

My mind + October coming to an end - Breakfast / Magic = Confusion.

I think this time of year is so beautiful.

And I probably think you are so beautiful, too.

Uhm.  Moving on . . .

I'm not like wayy into Halloween.  Maybe I was when I was a little nuggie poo--but not as an adult.

What I really about this holliday is movies. Scary/Thriller movies.

So, here is a list of some of my favorite, Halloween appropriate movies:

The Sixth Sense

"I see dead people." <--not me, Haley Joel Osment.
This was the first "scary" movie I ever saw.  Even though I know the twists and turns the movie takes, I still get a little nervous and excited when I watch it.  If you haven't seen it, you probably should.

The Shining

"All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy."
I hadn't seen this movie until this year, but it was well worth the wait. Stephen King has never disapointed me.  And Jack Nicholson is so good at being creepy. *Warning* this movie might make you wet your pants a little.

"Can I keep you?"
You are not allowed to make fun of me for loving this movie.  I will, forever, laugh at Uncle Stinky and Uncle Fatso. 


"They're here."
This movie is kind of a cute kind of scary.  There are anamatromics, which automically makes the movie a win in my book.

"Well yes, a spider web would reveal an arachnid presence."
Mista T. and I watched this movie a few days ago . . . and I am scarred.  If you want a movie that has no gore, language, or sexual content . . . but will still make you shake with fear, this is probably your best bet.  And, just so you know, I will never eat ceral from the box again.

What are YOUR favorite Halloween appropriate movies???

{I seriously want to know . . . this is probably my favorite topic ever}


Sean Marie said...

I'm not big on dressing up for Halloween or anything either but I love scary movies, even though they make me pee myself!

Ryan Adair said...

The Shining is my favorite! And I love to dress up!

Purposely at Home said...

thank you so much for the sweet comment you left on my blog. ;)

i LOVE this time of the year too! the leaves on our driveway are fabulous right now.

Cyndy said...

The Shining is a good one or one of the Omen movies, very scary!

I remember you and Jacquelyn in this photo. Both of you were (and still are) very cute.
Love and miss you Chels

P! said...

I hate scary movies, but I do love Casper. Casper is about all I can handle lol!

katilda said...

casper and....HOCUS POCUS! and the winnie the pooh one....spookable pooh and frankenpooh...those are GEMS!

Deveny said...

I begged my dad to let me watch Sixth Sense when I was ~13 & he finally relented & watched it in the dark with me. It ended after midnight and he said, "Ok, goodnight" and left me to turn off all the lights. Needless to say I saw moving shadows that night & slept with my door shut for years afterwards... hahaha
I love Hocus Pocus, that's a classic. The Others was pretty creepy.

The Harrison's said...

I'm so glad that I'm not the only one that hates dressing up for halloween. I do LOVE scary movies though.
I know i'm bad but the paranormal activies scare the crap out of me. And I love it!
Hocus Pocus will always be my favorite halloween movie. Sixth Sence was my first scary movie too!

Emilyface said...

I absolutely love scary movies. Some of my favorites are The Shining, Signs, and What Lies Beneath (and a whole lot of others that I can't think of right now). It is really really creepy in the first half, but then gets boring in the second. I watched Cry Wolf edited a few years ago and it was really creepy. I haven't seen Arachnophobia yet, so I think I should watch that this year!!

Autumn said...

Yeah, I totally can't watch poltergeist and am scarred for life from it. My sister used to get it from friends and watch it when she was babysitting me when I really little. Ahhhh so scary.


Emma Frances said...

I haven't seen almost any of these! I am a scaredy cat though! My husband and I watch scary movies on fast forward. Haha. Embarrassing? Probably! Oh well!