1. My 31 Horror Films 31 Days wrap up

    1. Dr. Heckle and Mr. Hype (1980) - Oliver Reed goes from heinous to hunk care of a drug overdose http://t.co/I1Pmtq2f

    2. Sssssss (1973) “Don’t say it. HISS IT!” http://t.co/ELSOJqTu

    3. Night of the Comet (1984) Valley girls vs. zombies http://t.co/bSNcYh2N

    4. Dolls (1987) Stuart Gordon + killer dolls = gold. http://t.co/LrvoCjTL

    5. Hellraiser (1987) Revisiting a classic. “We have such sights to show you!” http://t.co/zQTTUiOv

    6. Invisible Invaders (1959) A pretty decent sci-fi Night of the Living Dead. http://t.co/y42KTMOW

    7. It! The Terror from Beyond Space (1958) The basis for the Alien movies and their ilk. http://t.co/y3BVWJbD

    8. Moon of the Wolf (1972) Let me save you the pain of slogging through the first 70 minutes. http://t.co/9sqI95y5

    9. Blood and Lace (1971) It’s a hammer-killin’ hootenanny! http://t.co/n0AhsVuq

    10. The Manster (1959) Guy gets drugged by mad scientist, sprouts second head, goes bananas. http://t.co/4TTxUJv6

    11. The Sentinel (1977) What a great apartment! And only $500 a month? What’s the catch? http://t.co/uReAjjoO

    12. Blood Bath (1966) Beatniks vs. a vampire artist and surprisingly little blood or bathing. http://t.co/Fr3W4qet

    13. The Crimson Cult (1968) AKA Curse of the Crimson Altar AKA Boris Karloff’s last movie. http://t.co/Mia8nHc9

    14. Hands of the Ripper (1971) A cool, gory, Hammer-produced spin on Jack the Ripper. http://t.co/N7mRoEHd

    15. Encounter with the Unknown (1973) Trilogy of terror? Or Night Gallery reject pile? http://t.co/vIPm8bQI

    16. Children of the Corn (1984) How the hell did this movie spawn NINE sequels? http://t.co/zCd6L4QK

    17. Awakening of the Beast (1969) I forgot how bonkers this one was. Coffin Joe never disappoints. http://t.co/tlpEr9dW

    18. Dead Snow (2009) They’re not just zombies. They’re NAZI zombies. http://t.co/GyHAGDxn

    19. The Video Dead (1987) A film as timeless as the Walkman. http://t.co/7FU5sExn

    20. The review for Snowbeast (1977) was merely a two word review which simply read: Shit Sandwich. http://t.co/dSBKyvKg

    21. Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981) Why not? It’s on AMC right now. http://t.co/gSu7eFgy

    22. Friday the 13th Part 3 (1982) A maniac in a hockey mask terrorizes teens. http://t.co/2l3XCKiv

    23. Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984) A maniac in a hockey mask terrorizes teens. http://t.co/cnjMAISR

    24. Prime Evil (1988) Wait: am I watching public access TV? http://t.co/tby0qwfk

    25. Eternal Evil aka The Blue Man (1985) Public domain astral projection! Yawn. http://t.co/ZKnPl5HU

    26. Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985) In a nutshell: http://t.co/B61fn4Yz #31HorrorFilms31Days

    27. Waxwork (1985) Walk it off, dude. http://t.co/aGXWrQF6

    28. XTRO (1982) Ebert: “It’s movies like this that give movies a bad name.” http://t.co/112uX0Tp

    29. Trick or Treat (1986) I’ll let this clip speak for itself. http://t.co/FaKUN98j

    30. Rockula (1990) May God have mercy on us all. http://t.co/jh4KIKNc

    31. Ghost Fever (1987) Prophetic final words and a song from Mr. Sherman Hemsley. http://t.co/cnwNSyRU

    32. Son of Frankenstein (1939) I forgot how many bits Mel Brooks lifted from this one. http://t.co/o6AGyjUx