Have you been asking yourself what to watch on the big day tomorrow?
Well let us help….TheHollywoodNews.comÂ hasÂ compiled a handy guide to the ideal Halloween horror marathon and guess what….. not one but two of Mitchel’s Movies made the list and they couldn’t be more different. Great Choices!
Contemporary âÂ Monster House
If youâd rather start your day off with a darker edge thenÂ Monster House is the film Â for you. Itâs aimed at kids but has some genuine scares and an uneasy sense of foreboding. No easy feat for any film, let alone an animated movie. Featuring the vocal talent ofÂ Steve Buscemi, Maggie Gyllenhaal,Â Jason LeeÂ andÂ Kathleen Turner, the film almost bagged itself an Oscar, again an impressive accolade for a horror, but even more so given its pixelated roots. –thehollywoodnews.com
Three teens discover that their neighbor’s house is really a living, breathing, scary monster.
Contemporary âÂ The Sand
Now for something completely different, The Sand. There are a few common threads between The Thing and The Sand and we donât just mean the use of the word âtheâ in their titles. Both feature an alien life form landing on Earth and causing all manner of maiming and mayhem. When picking between the two movies you really only need to ask yourself whether you want sunshine and sand, or darkness and snow. If your choice is sand then I think itâs pretty clear which option you should pick (thereâs a hint in the title). The Sand follows a group of party goers who wake up to find that the ground underneath their feet suddenly has an appetite for long-pig. In case you need anymore encouragement to watch The Sand the writer Alex Greenfield promises a âscares for your sweetie to leap into your arms or for you to leap into theirs.â- thehollywoodnews.com
After an all-night graduation beach party, a group of hung-over twenty-somethings awake to a beating sun, and a seemingly carnivorous beach that devours anything with a heartbeat that touches the sand.