Halloween Month & Plans for the site.

For those of you who have kept updated via Twitter and Facebook today you will already be aware that I have some exciting news regarding the coverage for this year’s Celluloid Screams. My horror partner in crime, Caitlyn Downs of http://www.scaredsheepless.com/  and http://www.allhorror.net will be joining me at this year’s festival as part of my annual video reviews filmed straight from Sheffield. We are both very much looking forward to being part of the festival and are eagerly anticipating finally seeing this year’s selection of gruesomely gory films. Then we will bring you more grizzly delights at Abertoir, a fortnight later.

Back in 2011, I dedicated October solely to Halloween Month, a look back at some classic and nostalgic horror films to get you in the mood for the spooky season! Halloween Month is making a hellish return with the intention of providing retrospect reviews on some essential genre films that have made a strong impact on fans for decades and decades. I intend for my choices to be as wide spread as possible, covering a range of the genre.

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Following this will be reviews from Celluloid Screams then Abertoir. Busy times are ahead, making this my favourite time of year.

I’d also like to give a shout out to http://www.snakebitehorror.co.uk/ who have kindly shown an interest in my work recently which is much appreciated.

Hayley Alice Roberts.

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2 Responses to “Halloween Month & Plans for the site.”

  1. You got the photo, so how about a review of “Halloween III:Season of the Witch”??

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