Sunday Sesh: It’s October! Let’s Get Freaky!

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Come out from the shadows, you creatures of the night! The Christmas lights and seasonal greetings will soon be upon us, but it is not this month! This month belongs to horror movies, to scary costumes, and to spooky tunes! This month belongs to us! Today we kick off the annual month-long celebration of Halloween, so grab your hockey mask and your creepiest black metal record!

As some of you may know, I prefer my horror more on the ponderous, dread-inducing side. Give me a brooding atmosphere, a gnawing, clawing, biting sense if unease, a healthy dose of mystery, and an uneasy resolution and I’ll be a happy (albeit disturbed man). It is that sense of the unknown, of the impossible forces conspiring for ruin, that has always appealed to me in the works of writers like Lovecraft and Simmons and that permeates some of my favorite horror movies, like The Thing and Babadook.

As a welcome to October, then, I greet you with an ambient album that casts a dour tenor upon the days ahead. In 2008, Steven Stapleton’s imperious drone project Nurse With Wounds was commissioned to remix Sunn O)))‘s strenuous debut ØØ Void. His version, christened Sunn O))) Meets Nurse With Wounds when it came slithering and hissing out of Stapleton’s fetid womb, was included as the second disc of The Iron Soul of Nothing.

Intriguingly, Stapleton perversely subverts the impermeable gravitation of Sunn O)))’s drone music, bathing it in a sinister masque of coiling tape hiss and undulating electronics. The release retains its heaviness, but under Stapleton’s occult tutelage, it takes on a pallid hue and sinister intent. Rather than crush you to a pulp with a bloody hammer, it traps you in the dark and undoes you with clandestine knives just as your sanity frays, leaving you to question everything.

It would make an excellent score for a brooding horror film and works as a fantastic introduction to the month of Halloween.

Perhaps you’re more of the slasher type, though. What will you be jamming to get your blood boiling and your fear churning? What movies do you plan to watch? Let me know in the comments below.

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  • Señor Jefe El Rosa

    I’m going to watch Re-Animator, one of my favorite horror movies. Night of the Creeps is another good ne that I’m sure i will watch. Shining, Thing, list goes on.

    Music wise, I’ll stick with this classic:
    https://youtu.be/0lVdMbUx1_k

    • more beer

      I went on a ghost tour at the real Shining hotel a couple of years ago. The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park Colorado. It was a whole lot of fun.

      • Señor Jefe El Rosa

        That sounds totally bad ass

        • more beer

          Yea I am really glad I did that.

    • more beer

      I went to a really fun punk rockabilly show last night. One of the bands was from your neck of the woods. Just Another Monster. They were good even if it was total Misfits worship. But the headliners Who I really didn’t think I was going to like. Kitty in a Casket ended up being really good. They played a killer set and were just a fun band to see.

      • Señor Jefe El Rosa

        Ooh, nice. I like rockabilly, good fun jams with an excellent aesthetic. I’ll have to check those two out though, I’ve never heard of them.

        • more beer

          The kitty band is from Austria.

          • Ayreonaut

            There’s a lot of good rockabilly bands from Europe I’ve noticed. The baboons are really good

          • more beer

            I will check them out. I don’t go to too many rockabilly shows. But the ones I have been to have been a lot of fun. Plus damn there are a lot of good looking ladies at those shows. All of these metalheads who cry about not being able to meet ladies at metal shows. Should go to some rockabilly shows. If I didn’t have a lady I would be all on that. It’s like shooting fish in a barrel.

    • Óðinn

      Blak Sabbath. Fuck yeah!

  • Pentagram Sam

    If a movie binge happens, it’ll prob be the Phantasm series. This used to be a Halloween tradition with some friends. GOLD BALL ATTACK! Music wise, Misfits, Tallica, Mercyful Fate, Ozz-Sab, and got the Ghost cd Meliora. I know they be divisive but I am down to ride that train down to Satan-town.

    BTW something tells me that the outro of the last song Deus Absentia will be used by a SHITLOAD of bands as an intro tape for live shows. Hell, it bleeds into A Dangerous Meeting well.

    • I’ve been on a huge Misfits bender as well.

    • Scrimm

      YES!!!!

  • Paddlin’ Rites ov Beargod

    Halloween’s not traditionally much of a thing here, and I’ve never really celebrated in any way. Since no one wants to play Kekripukki with me anymore.
    So I’ll probably watch 0-3 scary movies (no, not the titular series), jam 400-500 albums and drink a few bottles o’ rum. Business as usual.

  • FrankWhiteKingOfNY
    • Señor Jefe El Rosa

      FRANKMUTHERFUKKINWHITE!!!!!!!!

      • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

        Back from the dead

        • Señor Jefe El Rosa

          In the land of the living once again!

        • Señor Jefe El Rosa

          Hey man, I did and Opeth discog dive last week. Let me know what you think?
          http://www.toiletovhell.com/observing-opeth-a-discography-breakdown/

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Awesome! I’ll look into it as soon as I get home and finished this crappy job.

          • Señor Jefe El Rosa

            Haha!

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Great write-up, dude!

          • Señor Jefe El Rosa

            Thanks!

    • FrankWhiteKingOfNY
    • more beer

      Welcome back my friend!

      • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

        Haha thanks man! Currently rather busy with work and the job is complete shit

        • more beer

          I have been busy as fuck at work too. It’s work so of course it sucks.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Truer words have never been spoken.

    • ME GORAK™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      IMMOLATION SMASH!!!!!! HI FRANK!!!!!!!!

      • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

        Good to see you Gorak!

        • Normamperson4

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    • Kevin Nash’s Jackknife

      Yay!

    • Eliza

      FRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANK!!!!!

      • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

        Hi Eliza!

        • Eliza

          Missed you! How have you been?

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Been doing alright. Rather busy with work. How have you been?

          • Eliza

            Nothing special, just school, then the summer vacation and since September school again.

    • Welcome back, pal!

      • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

        Thanks man!

  • Watched Halloween II & III back to back last night. One of those is a decent film; the other is not.
    Next up: Slumber Party Massacre, The Blob, Night of the Creeps … I’m going to force my girlfriend to watch Ginger Snaps with me and she is going to shut up and like it.

    Hey Dubz, have you ever seen this brooding slow-burn of an indie horror film? I think it fits your criteria quite nicely.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAmkp-E2foQ

    • Scrimm

      Slumber party massacre is better than it has any business being.

      • Truth. It looks and sounds stupid and it’s kind of stupid while you’re watching it but then it’s over and you realize you somehow enjoyed the fuck out of it–even though you can see the killer’s face the WHOLE FRIKKIN TIME.

        • Scrimm

          Pretty much.

    • III > All.

    • JWEG

      The Ginger Snaps Blu Ray is the absolute gem of my collection.

      Even though from a technical standpoint the Army of Darkness collector’s edition ought to take that award Ginger Snaps was such a milestone for me as a Canadian film, indie film, and horror film fan that you bet I rejoiced when I finally had a high-definition replacement for my long-worn-out DVD.

      Side note: occasionally the providers of fine genre Blu-rays take notice of my Tweets, which is exactly why I make a point of regularly dropping hints that GS2 needs the high-def treatment too.

      Especially with all the attention on Tatiana Maslany for Orphan Black.

      • GS2 was an abomination. I shall not speak of what was to follow.

  • ME GORAK™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ
  • Scrimm

    My favorite time of year, AND I finally get the new Phantasm. Really going to try to watch more movies this year and will probably revisit The Thing, but Babadook most certainly will not be one of those.

    • Señor Jefe El Rosa

      Don’t like Babadook?

      • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

        I thought Babadook was awfully disappointing.

        • Abradolf Lincler

          FRAAAAANK!

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Good to see you man!

        • FRANK!!!!

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            JIMMY!!!!

      • Scrimm

        UGGGGH fuck no. I watched it a second time cause some people here really like it but no. Aside from my reputation of not likeing anything I am generally pretty forgiving of horror movies but I hated it.

        • Señor Jefe El Rosa

          Huh, I liked it, the ending was a little lackluster unfortunately but it had a lot of really good moments I thought.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            I hate it when directors ruin a potentially good movie with godawful creature design. I remember watching Conjuring 2 and despite some cringe dialogue scenes, I thought some of the scares were well done…but suddenly I realized that the “big bad monster” looked exactly like Marilyn Manson. And I fucking hate anything that has to do with Marilyn Manson.

          • God

            I want a fucking movie about the crooked man. His scene where he slams into the closet and pops out the wardrobe in the room at the other end of the hallway was so goddamn cool.

          • frozengoatsheadupanunsarse

            Me too. Bit with the dog was my favourite. Definitely rather see more of him the the nun.

          • God

            In horror films, unnatural movement (I.e. when frames are missing to convey a otherworldly brokenness and speed) like in the grudge or in insidious really make me uneasy. That dog to crooked man transformation hit all the right buttons to give me goosebumps.

          • frozengoatsheadupanunsarse

            Done well it can be an excellent effect. I seem to recall fine use in Jacob’s Ladder. Me, I’m a big fan of things turning out to be bad things in disguise. One of my great (but forlorn) hopes is that one day someone will make a good film out of the car is actually a squid monster concept from the mediocre at best film Hybrid.

          • God

            Well someone is making a car/squid monster movie but not in the way you hoped….
            http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=wQGawWqJdfs

          • frozengoatsheadupanunsarse

            This looks agreeably bonkers!

          • God

            Me and the wife saw Storks last night (one of the weirdest ADD movies I have ever seen and I was laughing my ass off for almost all of it 4.5/5) and that preview showed before the movie. My wife thought it looked dumb but it seemed like such a unique concept to me that I actually wanna see it.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            The crooked man was a great touch. Overall I thought Conjuring 2 was alright and it did have some tense scenes, so that definitely counts for something. I’m just dying to see a horror movie that’s a completely harrowing experience, on all counts, without some kind of cringe love story or overblown spectacular CGI set pieces at the end.

          • God

            I think that’s what I loved about Grave Encounters. I can’t believe I left that off my list. A lot of people hate it (they are right on the second one, total trash) but I thought it was a great horror film through and through. Super claustrophobic with an impending sense of dread and isolation throughout.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            I haven’t even watched the first Grave Encounters tbh. I’ll put it on my list!
            A movie I really did find rather disturbing is David Lynch’s Inland Empire.

          • God

            And that’s one to add to my list!

          • frozengoatsheadupanunsarse

            I didn’t like how the mum got to have a bit of a Ripley moment. But I thought the very ending was nice, in keeping both with the children’s tale theme and that of depression. Overall thought it was excellent, one of the best recent horrors. Took me a while to get used to a monster out of German Expressionism or something in an Australian suburb, but I think that makes sense from the brief moment of an old Italian horror classic (Three Faces of Fear, from memory) on television, suggesting that the two of them might have seen something suggestive of the Babadook.

        • d00d i didn’t care much for The Witch either! …about which you warned me

          • Scrimm

            I wanted to like that one but it just didn’t do it for me. Kept seeming like it was about to get good but everything was ver anticlimactic

          • No no no no no The Witch was fantastic.

          • frozengoatsheadupanunsarse

            Co-signed.

          • the great: costumes, props, sets, cinematography, direction, Black Philip, dreadful atmosphere
            the okay: dialogue (i understand, folks back then liked God)
            the not so great: lack of scares, slow-moving plot.

            one could say i appreciated a lot of aspects of the film, moreso than not. having said that, i didn’t think “what a great film!” after it ended, and have no desire to see it again

          • frozengoatsheadupanunsarse

            Amusingly, the reviewer in the Times complained that after a scary opening it became a standard body count picture. I’m not sure he actually watched it…

          • sounds like that dude talked shit, and is gonna get shot

          • I agree that it is not scary. But it is tense and eerie. I have the patience to get into hypnotic films like that.

          • You’ve seen the Black Rainbow film, rite? I’ll kill myself if you say no.

          • I have. It rules. You are safe–for now.

          • W.

            Richter, did you like Babdook? You and I tend to have some common grounds.

          • Did not like Babdook. I generally don’t go for any movies of that Ghost/Boogeyman/AnnoyingChild/PG-13 type.

          • W.

            Well then, get bent!

            JK can we still be friends? I want to see the VVitch because I like dread rather than gore, typically.

          • I am already bent, good sir. Our friendship remains intact.

          • Yessss.

            It’s so enchanting!

    • W.

      Did you see the new Blair Witch? I know you were curious about it because you liked the old one.

      • Scrimm

        I posted about it. Went to see but some dumbass lady was so loud and disruptive it completely screwed any enjoyment I was getting. Lost my temper in the theater and again outside. Most ridiculous moviegoing experience ever. I’ll have to revisit it later

        • W.

          Sorry, I guess I didn’t see wherever you posted about it. That sucks. The theater can definitely affect a viewing. I basically only go to Alamo Drafthouse now partially for that reason.

          • Scrimm

            Yeah this was the worst by far. Alamo Drafthouse has a big history with Phantasm

  • frozengoatsheadupanunsarse

    Love horror, love it love it love it. Almost all kinds of it. Give me EF Benson or MR James old school class, give me Lovecraft or Hope Hodgson cosmic nightmares, give me Hutson style grim splatter mania, give me Ramsey Campbell’s reality warping slow burner creepers. Give me Braindead, give me Bride of Frankenstein, give me the original Haunting, original Dawn of the Dead and Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Give me Ringu, give me Kairo, give me A Tale of Two Sisters, Onibaba, Kuroneko, Blind Beast, Eternal Evil of Asia, Inferno, The Mask of Satan, The Cabinet of Dr Caligari, Nosferatu, Vampyr. Give me almost anything, it’s almost all good.

    For this month, have presently lined up: Wither, Island of Death, Sledgehammer, Horrors of Malformed Men, Snuff Movie, The ABC’s of Death, Zirneklis, My Brother Has Bad Dreams, The Hackers, Macabre, The Ghoul, The Raven, The Black Cat, Dr Blood’s Coffin, The Vulture. Planning to maybe get A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night. Other than that, up in the air. Musically I shall be listening to any and all good stuff that is pointed at me, starting with that Sunn O)))/Nurse With Wound. Once I’ve finished the washing up of course.

    • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

      I used to be a huge horror movie fan as well. I don’t know if you’re familiar with the website AITH? Years ago I donated a small amount of money for John Fallon (a really cool dude) to make his movie The Shelter.
      I kinda got out of touch with the genre though and started watching more gangster flicks, but I still own a shitload of horror classics, including Fulci and Argento flicks.

      • frozengoatsheadupanunsarse

        I used to read Arrow in the Head a lot, really good reviews. Loved the personal style and the way he would comment on gore, nudity, music and direction specifically, properly trying to get inside a film, not just the story and whether it was fun or not. Cool that John Fallon actually got to make a film, was it any good?

        I’m not as voracious or as up to date a horror viewer as I used to be, I don’t have enough time or energy for it these days, and I’ve become pretty keen on classic non genre cinema. But horror is my first great love, especially in the winter time.

        Oh, and excellent to see you back man!

        • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

          Good to see you too man!

          I haven’t seen John Fallon’s movie yet. As far as I know it hasn’t been distributed. I’d like to see it though. Fallon’s a cool guy; he personally thanked everyone who threw in some money for his movie, as little as it might have been.

          I still watch horror movies, but I don’t really go into the obscure indie stuff anymore. I haven’t really been creeped out by a horror movie in a long time. Last time I was unnerved was when I watched the first half of the movie Sinister.

          • frozengoatsheadupanunsarse

            Cheers!

            Ah, distribution limbo. What an irritating place to be! Nice to hear that about Fallon.

            I’ve found with indies that there aren’t quite real gems to justify the time and effort that it takes to unearth them, unless you’re really into geeking out. So I concentrate a bit more on older classics and interesting looking or highly rated foreign films. I’ve still not seen Sinister myself, though have heard good things. Last time I was really spooked by a film was watching Noroi earlier this year, though it was actually made in 2005 or so.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Ah that Japanese found footage movie! Heard good things about it, but never watched it. It’s still on my list.
            In terms of Japanese movies I used to be a huge Miike and Kitano fan.

          • frozengoatsheadupanunsarse

            Miike is a mad genius. Such variety, such fun, and within it all a pretty interesting working out of personal themes. Love Kitano as well. And historically I’m into people like Kinji Fukasaku, most of the assorted crime and period action purveyors in fact.

  • Abradolf Lincler

    Oh man, do i love Fall. im not a big horror or movie person. We did watch Stranger Things. Im just enjoying the weather right now. Getting down into the 40s at night.

    Ive also dropped 16 pounds in the last 2.5 weeks.

    I also guess me always listenin to black fuckin metal makes more sense now.
    https://youtu.be/rAWjCW2xbqs

    • God

      What are you doing to drop the weight? I’m looking to drop about 40 pounds before my son is born in March and I’ve been tossing around the idea of doing keto. Suggestions?

      • Abradolf Lincler

        well, first was to quit drinking. that is the main reason im dropping weight so quickly.

        also back on what i would call a close to extreme workout schedule after being off for close to half a year.

        cut red meats out of my diet for the most part. diet is pobably the second biggest reason.

        • God

          Damn I love my beer and liquor, but if thats what helps, then so be it!

          • Abradolf Lincler

            well, i had to quit drinking for more than one reason. i must say, no one loves to drink more than me . . . but i feel so much better now, its pretty enlightening.

  • ME GORAK™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    MAYBE GOOD TIME TO FINALLY CHECK OUT Z NATION!!!!!! PROBABLY PLAY SOME RESIDENT EVIL!!!!!!!! ZOMBIES>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    https://youtu.be/HEcazWY_rD0

  • God

    Have the whole day to myself, gonna be rewatching The Conjuring 2, Event Horizon, and In the Mouth Of Madness. Movie marathon! Woot!

    • God
      • Kevin Nash’s Jackknife

        I never enjoyed Carnifex. I did like that one band Pathology though at one point.

        • God

          Pathology is a guilty pleasure of mine. Generic slam that’s always fun! Carnifex to me seems to only get better with age. They started to lean more towards death metal and less towards ‘core’ around Hell Chose Me. It’s very obvious the whole band was listening to a lot of black metal while writing/recording Slow Death.

    • frozengoatsheadupanunsarse

      At the risk of sounding like a hipster, In The Mouth of Madness might just be my favourite Carpenter film. Also, I saw it and Event Horizon close to each other when I was about 11, and for several years thought Sam Neill was the scariest guy ever.

      • God

        I was pleasantly surprised by ITMOM! I wasn’t expecting a ton going in and instead got a lovecraftian romp through a film that explores the question that if enough people believe something, does it make it real? It’s one of my favorite movies.

        • frozengoatsheadupanunsarse

          It seems to have worked for you and the economy 😉

      • W.

        In the Mouth of Madness is so good.

    • JWEG
  • Kevin Nash’s Jackknife

    One of my favorite songs for the Halloween season:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yO7l6TmIRI

  • Señor Jefe El Rosa

    Anyone that isn’t watching some iteration of Evil Dead is doing it wrong.

    • God

      Opinion on the Evil Dead remake from a few years ago?

      • Abradolf Lincler
      • Señor Jefe El Rosa

        Still haven’t watched it. I know Sam Raimi was involved, but it just isn’t the same.

        • God

          I enjoyed it for the fact that I’ve always had a curiosity what evil dead would have been like if they took out the campy moments and unintentional humor. What I got was a decently creepy gory movie. I never saw it as a remake, more or less a reinterpretation.

          • Señor Jefe El Rosa

            I’ll get around to it at some point, but I really enjoy the campiness and humor of the originals

          • God

            Absolutely. They can no way be replaced.

        • Abradolf Lincler

          worth watching/10

      • It was OK, but I much prefer the originals because Bruce Campell owned that shit and no one will ever touch his performance. The man deserves an Oscar for the posessed hand scene alone.

        • Señor Jefe El Rosa

          Backed

        • God

          Bruce Campbell is a goddamn treasure. I’m glad his popularity is at an all time high thanks to ash vs. the Evil Dead. The dude actually has some great acting chops.

        • tigeraid

          Indeed. He was the best part of Burn Notice, as well.

      • Flush.

      • Loved it!!!

    • frozengoatsheadupanunsarse

      This is good advice that I may well follow!

      • Abradolf Lincler

        i can get behind this idea, too

    • more beer

      Ash vs the Evil Dead returns tonight!

      • Señor Jefe El Rosa

        I still need to watch that!

        No starz though

        • Abradolf Lincler

          psssst a few more patches and my studs on the way)

          • Señor Jefe El Rosa

            Siqqq, when will we see some progress pics?

          • Abradolf Lincler

            soon. personal issues got in the way of progress lately but do not fear

        • more beer

          I don’t even have cable. I use thewatchseries.to

          • Señor Jefe El Rosa

            I will check that out

          • more beer

            That an

          • Francesgconnolly2

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        • tigeraid

          Boss pls! Use the Internet! Anything with Bruce Campbell is immediate watching priority.

          • Señor Jefe El Rosa

            Haha! I went to a panel with him at the con I went to, that dude is priceless.

    • JWEG

      Oh, hey, I could have mentioned Scream Factory’s Army of Darkness Blu Ray here instead…

      I’ll be sure to watch all four versions (Theatrical, Director’s, 4K European, SD TV version) at least once each before the month is over.

    • sweetooth0

      That’s the plan this weekend, re-watch all of Ash vs Evil Dead Season 1 on my blu-ray set, then all three Evil Dead movies. The remake does not qualify in this dojo!

      • Señor Jefe El Rosa

        Intense weekend! Sounds pretty sick!

  • If I find time I want to watch/purchase Cargo 200 again because that is one of the most disturbing movies I’ve ever seen. Music-wise it looks like this October is gonna be grindy with some stuff I’ve been jamming recently and Wormrot in a few weeks.

    • Señor Jefe El Rosa

      You’ll be listening to grind? How uncharacteristic of you!

      • I’m pretty much almost always doing that, but this month it is going in a direction that will have me devoting more listening to it than usual.

    • What is Cargo 200? Sounds like it’s about sexual slavery.

      • More like mental, physical and sexual torture. Also does not end well.

  • Ayreonaut

    My dudes,
    I haven’t owned a TV in years, nor do I have any way of watching movies.. .
    I really miss horror flicks

  • Jack Rabbit

    Speaking of horror, anyone here play Until Dawn? Was thinking of buying and playing it this Halloween, since the price is down to like $20 or something.

    • I haven’t played it but I hear it’s a winner.

    • Xinen

      Its not bad, at a lower price point I’d say go for it. I’ve been meaning to pick it up again myself. Sadly I’ve been constantly derailed by a huge backlog and continuous amount of titles releasing. Good from what I recall though.

    • Scrimm was talking very highly of it on Facebook, and his is an opinion I can trust

  • Óðinn
  • Óðinn
    • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

      Good album, but Deicide’s first two albums >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVKy2Va7Ds0

      • FrankWhiteKingOfNY
      • ME GORAK™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

        ABSOLUTE CLASSIC!!!!! THIS 1 SURPRISINGLY PRETTY GOOD THOUGH:
        https://youtu.be/YxnQhH3n-qs

        • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

          Stench of Redemption is the best thing Benton did after Legion.

          • ME GORAK™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            AGREED!!!!!!!! BUT STILL LIKE VITAL REMAINS ICONS OV EVIL ALSO!!!!!!!

          • Abradolf Lincler

            nahhhhhh

            vital remains still

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            I really dug Dechristianize, but never really got into other VR albums.

          • Abradolf Lincler

            well, dechristianize obvs my favorite

          • Dave Vincent’s Perm
      • Óðinn

        Yup. First 2 albums are classics.

  • W.

    I need to watch Candyman again this month.

    • frozengoatsheadupanunsarse

      If I were still a ranking man, Candyman would most definitely be in my all time top five horrors.

      • Stanley

        Lol. Old habits die hard.

  • JWEG

    Well, my tunes were just going to continue to be in the ‘doom’ vein as I chip away at my bandcamp wishlist, some but not all of which might actually work with the theme, but I’ll try to wedge in more suitably evil tunes from the rest of my collection.

    A lot of that will be horror soundtracks rather than metal, but maybe a few of both:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rqmykr9B_PA

  • JWEG

    Also: if I watched one horror film per day for the month that would hardly be different than any other month when averaged out. Right now I’m working through my latest batch of bought Scream Factory titles. Of them I think I may watch Deadly Blessing, Psycho IV or Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 tonight.

    On the not-quite-horror front I’ve also got Manhunter and The Island left to view, which I may work in tonight too…

  • JWEG

    Also worth noting my horror-themed apparel purchase yesterday:

    https://twitter.com/teeVillain/status/782067571227058176

    Which should arrive around the same time as some Atomic Cotton buys from late last month:

    http://atomicotton.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2015/04/America-Mary.jpg
    http://atomicotton.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2015/05/Poltergeist-shirt.jpg
    http://atomicotton.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2016/06/wolfcop-web.jpg

    I will be very happy if mailmanbro sees fit to get these to me within the same week, but I understand the difficulty in coordinating with several other cross-border mailmanbrethren.

  • CT-12

    Haven’t checked through the comments, but I’m fairly sure Portal will be featured (and obviously, for good reason). Always try to spin this album a few times in October. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ayM0hqsxsA

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