Halloween Horror Movies
Halloween Horror Movies

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Bulletin Board Kammy Kuang Featured Program East Tennessee State University Sleepy Hollow 1999 On the Halloween movies list because   Theres hardly a better fit for a creepy night in than director Tim Burton and his take on the Washington Irving short story is ghoulish intriguing f ID: 645127 Download Presentation

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Halloween Horror Movies Bulletin Board

Kammy Kuang

Featured Program:

East Tennessee State UniversitySlide2

Sleepy Hollow (1999)

On the Halloween movies list because:


There's hardly a better fit for a creepy night in than director Tim Burton, and his take on the Washington Irving short story is ghoulish, intriguing fun.


Critics say:


"Gorgeous filmmaking that brims over with fun-house thrills and ravishing romance... Heads roll, bodies pile up, and the horseman

played in flashback by a megaweird Christopher Walken

rises from the dead."

Peter Travers,


Rolling StoneSlide4

Halloween (1978)On the Halloween movies list because: Halloween all but invented an entire subgenre of slasher horror movies, those that take place on All Hallows' Eve.

Critics say

: "There isn't another post-1970 release that comes close to it in terms of scaring the living hell out of a viewer."—James Berardinelli, Reelviews Slide5

Paranormal Activity (2007)

On our Halloween movies list because:

 Something of a modern classic, this shocking feature plays on a culture saturated with reality television and near omnipresent surveillance. 

Critics say:

 "It comes by its screams honestly, earning them with incremental, at times agonizing gradations of old-fashioned, what's-that-noise-in-the-hallway suspense."—Dana Stevens, 


The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) On our Halloween movies list because

: More slaughterhouse than haunted house, this classic still chills. 

Critics say

: "[A] sneaky equation of middle-class values with cannibalism and wholesale slaughter."—Dave Kehr, 

Chicago ReaderSlide7

Panic Room (2002)


our Halloween movies list because

: This harrowing home invasion movie is a realistic nail-biter totally devoid of ghouls or the supernatural, making it a choice pick for those who know they'll be triple-checking their locks when the movie's done. 

Critics say

: "It could be an especially grisly, profanity-laced entry in the 

Home Alone

' series. And, it must be said, an exceptionally well-directed one."—A.O. Scott, 

The New York TimesSlide8

Evil Dead (2013)


our Halloween movies list because:

 This new update to the 

1981 original

 eschews some of the camp and piles on the gory scares, making it a decidedly creepier pick for the holiday. 

Critics say:

 "The gore is considerable (though often imaginative) and Alvarez's decision to forego CGI effects pays grisly dividends. That may not be a genuine tongue being slashed in half lengthwise (while still, it should be noted, in its owner's mouth) but damned if it doesn't look like one."—Christopher Orr, 

The AtlanticSlide9

Note from the editor

This bulletin board could easily be adapted into a program where the community

votes on movies they want to see

The community comes together once a week in October to watch the scary movie that wins the voted and

The Community comes together on a special evening for a scary movie marathon evening or weekend!