🎃October 28🎃

As a companion (or familiar?) to previous posts about haunted television, TCM’s fright nights and movie watchlists, here’s a list of lists: (warning: some scary images follow)

🧟movies not to watch alone in the dark🧟

rotten tomatoes: top 100 horror movies

imdb: 100 best horror films

imdb: top horror films 2000-2020

🦉When the American movie crew wrapped up for the day, a Mexican film crew worked on the same sets overnight, creating a nearly identical film in Spanish with a mostly Mexican cast. Both were released in 1931. {Apparently, in the early days of filming with sound, this was a common practice with Spanish, French or German crews and casts taking the night shift. Whooo knew? Did you?}🦉

🕯️books/stories not to read alone by candlelight🕯️

good reads: good reads: best horror novels

good reads: the definite horror book list

O magazine: vampire books

O magazine: werewolf books

The Guardian: ghost stories

🐺The first werewolf book is thought to be Leitch Ritchie’s 1831 The Man-Wolf, a tale set in the 11th-century. Catherine Crowe’s 1846 “A Story of a Weir-Wolf” is considered the first werewolf story penned by a woman.🐺

🩸paintings and photographs not to admire alone🩸

the huffpost: scary paintings from art history

the guardian: best scary paintings

Insider: photographs to give you nightmares

🏚️and . . .  places to visit without the ghostbusters! (yah, who you gonna call?)🏚️

msn: 25 of the most haunted places in america

hope your day is frightfully good – as defined by the Addams family: