Welcome to the FTS feature that brings you a bi-weekly helping of all things horror. In this very special edition of The Gore Report, I put together a giant list of awesome posts from around the blogging world in honor of tomorrow’s ultimate horror holiday, Halloween! Take a look at the spooktacular articles written by some of my favorite bloggers.
Silver Emulsion Film Reviews is celebrating this month with ‘Horrific October’ where it’s all horror reviews, all month long. Will reviews a film he refers to as one of the “greatest modern horror films.” Read Will’s review for Audition @ Silver Emulsion Film Reviews.
The Movie Waffler presents Waffleween! All month long, Eric Hills reviews all the films in the Halloween franchise. Read all the Waffleween entries @ The Movie Waffler.
The Film Reel keeps the horror reviews coming. One film I had never heard of stood out to me as Will described it as “probably one of the most disturbing horror films around.” Read Will’s review of the Canadian horror film Pin @ The Film Reel.
GO,SEE,TALK! has a 2012 Fantastic Fest interview with the guys behind the chilling new film Sinister. Writer C. Robert Cargill (A film critic I’ve followed from his work on Spill.com) and director Scott Derrickson (creative force behind The Exorcism of Emily Rose had a great convo with GST writer Marc Ciafardini. Read the entire interview with Sinister Director Scott Derrickson and writer C. Robert Cargill @ GO,SEE,TALK!
The Bargain Bin Review takes on the impossibly silly film starring Gary Busy as a killer cookie and even gives us the recipe to make our own! Read Nolahn ‘s review of The Gingerdead Man @ The Bargain Bin Review.
Dan The Man’s Movie Reviews is also doing a Halloween Horror Movie Month full of horror reviews. One review for the French films High Tension is spot on! Read Dan’s review for High Tension @ Dan The Man’s Movie Reviews.
Cinematic Katzenjammer is putting on a show stopping blogathon for “the most f**ked up movie(s) you’ve ever seen”. It’s a great idea nad there are loads of amazing entries. Read all about the ‘Most F**ked Up Movies I’ve Ever Seen’ blogathon @ Cinematic Katzenjammer.
Filmscope is a foreign and indie film review site that also puts together lists and other features. It was hard to narrow down but I picked one of their ‘Best Of’ horror lists that completely nailed it. Read the Best Of French Horror list @ Filmscope.
Moviedex has a review up from something scary to check out in theaters. Tom talks about the new Barry Levinson film that he reviewed as a part of Moviedex’s New York Film Festival coverage. Read Tom’s review of The Bay @ Moviedex.
Goregirl’s Dungeon doesn’t even need an introduction at this point, if you’re into horror, you should be reading her blog. She recently wrote a post about Body Horror films that a great companion to the spotlight on horror I wrote. Check out both for some basics from me and some extreme picks from Goregirl. Read Goregirl’s list of Ten-ish Goregirl-Friendly “Body Horror” Films Not Directed By David Cronenberg @ Goregirl’s Dungeon.
The Droid You’re Looking For has another one of those great infographics he does so well. This time he mixes in some personal flare to the horror genre. Look at John’s 5 Horror Films That Scare Me Infographic @ The Droid You’re Looking For.
Final Girl continues to explore slashers this month by celebrating SHOCKtober over at her blog. Each day this month Stacey talks about a film from a list her readers favorite horror movies. Read all the posts from SHOCKtober @ Final Girl.
Art of the Title has another great post up dissecting the opening titles for the fantastic thriller Cape Fear. Check out the title sequence by the great Elaine and Saul Bass an read the breakdown @ Art of the Title.
Freddy In Space is always showcasing horror. In a recent post, Jonny creatively comes up with some humorous creations that never existed…but should have! See the 10 Horror Movie Tie-In Products I Wish They’d Make @ Freddy In Space.
The Horror Club is also celebrating Halloween this year with The 31 Days of Horror. There is something new every day to fill your daily horror quota. Read all the articles for the 31 Days of Horror @ The Horror Club.
F This Movie! author Ericka has a cool post about remembering her first horror film Do you remember the first one you watched?. Read
My First Horror Movie (Erika’s Take) @ F This Movie!
Bloody Disgusting has a fun editorial up about dressing up your kid on Halloween. Hilarious photos of miniature people included. Read How NOT to Dress Up Your Kid This Halloween @ Bloody Disgusting.
Go, See, Talk‘s Andrew Crump (A Constant Visual Feast) wrote an awesome post breaking down one of my favorite new horror films, The Cabin In The Woods. The epic dissection of the film will leave you full of perspective. Read ‘Going Back to the Cabin: The Horror of Formula’ @ GO,SEE,TALK!.
Forced Viewing had a bunch of great reviews this month that I wanted to highlight but it’s time to throw their fantastic podcast some love. A big panel gets together to discuss a handful of horror movies. Listen to the Forced Viewing podcast @ Forced Viewing.
Top 10 Films keeps the fabulous lists coming. I loved their recent picks for female film character that will have you shaking in your boots! Read the list of Top 10 Most Frightening Female Characters @ Top 10 Films.
Man, I Love Films has a spooky list that really gave me inspiration for my Halloween party decorating this year. Take a look at Lauren’s latest list. Read the Top 10 Haunted House Movies @ Man, I Love Films.
Chuck Norris Ate My Baby is back with another edition of the annual Goosebumps at 33. You know, Goosebumps…that wildly popular book series turned TV show. See what Matt thinks now that he’s older. Read Goosebumps at 33 @ Chuck Norris Ate My Baby.
The Jaded Viewer has been reviewing some local haunted attractions! If you are in the New York area, see what The Jade Viewer thought about some of the nearby haunts. Read all the Haunted House reviews @ The Jaded Viewer.
Best For Film knows we are down for a good excuse to pop a bottle no matter what time of year it is. But if you want to get yourself into the spooky spirit of the seaon while drinking some spirits, check out their latest movie drinking game. Check out the Classic Horror Drinking Game @ Best For Film.
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