31 Days of Horror Rises Again

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It’s that time of the year again, friends.  Time to bust out the fake blood packets, sharpen the scythe, and prepare to slaughter sluts – it’s Halloween time!  Almost.  But it is October and we here at Film School Rejects are ready to kick in our second installment of the 31 Days of Horror. Every single mother-lovin day this month we’ll bring to you a horror recommendation, or at least a recommended film that captures the spirit of the season.

Once again we’ll bring you the KillSheet, a break down of everything that matters in a horror movie – namely killer scenes, violence, scares, and of course, sex and boobies! So forget the fact that Hollywood has screwed up their releasing schedule and given you a big fat nothing to enjoy in theaters (well, not nothing, but definitely nothing special) and power up the DVD player because we’re going to hit you with 31 totally awesome horror movies that will never let  get a good nights sleep this October.  Plus, keep an eyeball out for special events we may come up with, like LiveTweeting horror flicks or more horror themed radio shows.  In another new shift this year, we’ll also be identifying certain horror films on Blu-ray and give you the low-down on the high definition bloodletting.

So quit harassing the Sorority Girls down the row, forget about your mother for once, ditch the improbable survival of a horrific accident and turn the lights out – It’s going to be a Killer Month – The Sequel!

Robert Fure is many things: horror expert, ruggedly handsome man of the world, witty prose composer, and writer of his own biography page. Beneath the bravado is a scared little boy, ready to grow into an awesome man and make lies about a scared little boy inside of him. Wait a minute...

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