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Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983)

Two boys seek adventure and excitement; escape from their monotonous midwest home town.  Lo and behold, the carnival is coming to town.  Not just any carnival....Dark's Pandemonium Carnival.  Mr.

The Uninvited (1944)

You may notice by my reviews this month that I'm partial to Haunted House stories.  This is a wonderful Haunted House film.  Ray Milland and Ruth Hussey play a brother and sister who, while on vacation, discover a grand house for sale at a ridiculously low price.  They make an offer and it is immediately accepted, much to the dismay of the owner's granddaughter.  But...all is not well in this house....why does the one room upstairs feel so damp and filthy??  Why does their dog Bobbie run away?  Can they cleanse this house of it's evil past?

House on Haunted Hill (1959)

It's October...and my thoughts turn to Halloween.  I'll be reviewing several classic horror movies this month and here is the first.  The "House on Haunted Hill" is one of my classic favorites!  Vincent Price and his wife host a party where each guest, who agrees to stay the night in a haunted house, will earn $100,000.

Gaslight (1944)

As a fan of classic horror films, this is as close as it gets without being an actual "monster" movie.  The young heiress falls prey to the advances of a dapper piano player.  Their marriage seems to be perfect until small things turn up missing or misplaced.  Is the lady of the house just forgetful or is she losing her mind....or are more sinister minds at work?  Watch this film and find out!

King Kong (1933)

A mysterious voyage, an island surrounded by mist, a high wall built by ancients which is maintained to this day by fearful natives...if that isn't enough to get you to check out this classic film, how about dinosaurs and a great big, angry ape!!!  This film was revolutionary in its time.  Who could have imagined a romance involving a beauty and a beast...oh wait.  In any case, you'll root for the beast in this film.

Hannibal Rising (2007)

Not for the squeamish!  What kind of childhood could create a grown-up Hannibal Lecter?  The answer is believable but unsettling, and gives new meaning to "war is hell."  This one might give you nightmares.

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