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8 hours ago

Morbidly Beautiful

#ThisDayInHorror

Halloween released October 25, 1978.

John Carpenter and Debra Hill have stated many times over the years that they did not consciously set out to depict virginity as a way of defeating a rampaging killer. The reason why the horny teens all die is simply that they are so preoccupied with getting laid that they don't notice that there is a killer at large. On the other hand, Laurie Strode spends a lot of time on her own and is therefore more alert.
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18 hours ago

Morbidly Beautiful

31 DAYS OF HALLOSTREAM DAY 24:
Seasoned horror filmmaker Mike Flanagan offers a truly chilling twist on home invasion horror with his 2016 film HUSH, a beautifully brisk film that will often leave you breathless in how it manages to be both visually striking and unrelentingly gruesome — as well as competently and compellingly acted.
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Recommended by Jamie Lynn Alvey. View all our Hallostream recommendations at morbidlybeautiful.com/hallostream-2020/.
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31 DAYS OF HALLOSTREAM DAY 24: 
Seasoned horror filmmaker Mike Flanagan offers a truly chilling twist on home invasion horror with his 2016 film HUSH, a beautifully brisk film that will often leave you breathless in how it manages to be both visually striking and unrelentingly gruesome — as well as competently and compellingly acted.
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Recommended by Jamie Lynn Alvey. View all our Hallostream recommendations at https://morbidlybeautiful.com/hallostream-2020/.
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