Today's Review Wednesday is a little bit different. But first, let's look at this super kawaii Sailor Moon café in Japan. There are 4 of them to enjoy!! The link will take you to Dose's video.
Sailor Moon Café
|Luna candy drink.|
And now, for our list of Halloween movies for fans of this spooky time of year!
If you're a fan of less scary, more 'spoopy' movies, try these:
- Hotel Transylvania 1 and 2
- Monster High: Ghouls Rule (the cute monsters and humans come to learn the meaning of Halloween)
- Hocus Pocus
- Ghostbusters 1 and 2
- Anything by Tim Burton, like 'Nightmare Before Christmas' or 'Frankenweenie' or 'ParaNorman'
- Casper (the animated/live action 1995 film)
And if you want a cute and fun classic, try the 1966 'It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown'
If you'd like to see something moderately scary:
- The Gremlins (which actually 'takes place' around Christmas)
- Nightmare on Elm Street
- Child's Play
- The 1990 two-part series of IT
- Any of the Paranormal Activity series
- Fright Night (another 80s classic)
- The Sixth Sense
- Insidious trilogy (the 'tip toe' song will get stuck in your head)
- Poltergeist (great special effects in 1982!)
And if you're incredibly brave, don't mind jump-scares and lots of blood:
- The 2017 remake of IT
- The Conjuring
- The Exorcist
- The Ring
- House on Haunted Hill (1999 remake)
- The Grudge
- Mirrors and Mirrors 2
- One Missed Call
- Pretty much anything by Stephen King
If you're a 'weeaboo' (or otaku) like me, then check out last year's horrific list of Japanese Halloween movies.