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

2. Sssssss (1973) “Don’t say it. HISS IT!”

3. Night of the Comet (1984) Valley girls vs. zombies

4. Dolls (1987) Stuart Gordon + killer dolls = gold.

5. Hellraiser (1987) Revisiting a classic. “We have such sights to show you!”

6. Invisible Invaders (1959) A pretty decent sci-fi Night of the Living Dead.

7. It! The Terror from Beyond Space (1958) The basis for the Alien movies and their ilk.

8. Moon of the Wolf (1972) Let me save you the pain of slogging through the first 70 minutes.

9. Blood and Lace (1971) It’s a hammer-killin’ hootenanny!

10. The Manster (1959) Guy gets drugged by mad scientist, sprouts second head, goes bananas.

11. The Sentinel (1977) What a great apartment! And only $500 a month? What’s the catch?

12. Blood Bath (1966) Beatniks vs. a vampire artist and surprisingly little blood or bathing.

13. The Crimson Cult (1968) AKA Curse of the Crimson Altar AKA Boris Karloff’s last movie.

14. Hands of the Ripper (1971) A cool, gory, Hammer-produced spin on Jack the Ripper.

15. Encounter with the Unknown (1973) Trilogy of terror? Or Night Gallery reject pile?

16. Children of the Corn (1984) How the hell did this movie spawn NINE sequels?

17. Awakening of the Beast (1969) I forgot how bonkers this one was. Coffin Joe never disappoints.

18. Dead Snow (2009) They’re not just zombies. They’re NAZI zombies.

19. The Video Dead (1987) A film as timeless as the Walkman.

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

21. Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981) Why not? It’s on AMC right now.

22. Friday the 13th Part 3 (1982) A maniac in a hockey mask terrorizes teens.

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

24. Prime Evil (1988) Wait: am I watching public access TV?

25. Eternal Evil aka The Blue Man (1985) Public domain astral projection! Yawn.

26. Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985) In a nutshell: #31HorrorFilms31Days

27. Waxwork (1985) Walk it off, dude.

28. XTRO (1982) Ebert: “It’s movies like this that give movies a bad name.”

29. Trick or Treat (1986) I’ll let this clip speak for itself.

30. Rockula (1990) May God have mercy on us all.

31. Ghost Fever (1987) Prophetic final words and a song from Mr. Sherman Hemsley.

32. Son of Frankenstein (1939) I forgot how many bits Mel Brooks lifted from this one.