Thursday, 2 October 2008

Well, it is getting very brisk and chilly here in Toronto which is perfectly inline with the beginning stages of October. Soon we will be shuffling through fallen leaves and putting up Halloween decorations.

Speaking of! Looking for a way to get creeped out every day until Halloween? Check out Row Three and Film School Rejects, both sites are having 31 days of Horror in October counting down to Halloween! Also fun with horror over at House of Mirth and Movies with Horror Screencaps, can you guess the films? There are still a few blanks in the bunch!

More horror fun with the Stiges festival which opens today in Catalonia. Looks like they will be treated to familiar titles from the years TIFF and upcoming Toronto After Dark Film Festival.

Looking for a way to match your love ot books and love of film? You should join the Lit Flicks Challenge over at The Bluestocking Society! It started Sept 1/08 to Feb 28/09 (so there is still lots of time!) with the challenge of reading 5 books which films were based on, then seeing 2 of films. Sounds like fun to me!

Pressed for time? Check out Leeny's 353 Reviews - that would be haiku reviews of course! Recent reviews include The Good, The Bad, The Weird and Sparrow. Boy - I wish I was in Vancouver right now!


Suzie Ridler said...

Very cool Shannnon! I love how horror movies start popping up everywhere and paranormal specials start to appear on TV. Man, I don't know a lot of those photos and I thought I really knew horror movies.

So it's cooling off there in Toronto? Hmmm...trying to figure out what to pack for our film fest fun...

Jamie said...

Wow, it's amazing how much is going on each and every day! Thanks for sharing such cool things to check out!

Shannon the Movie Moxie said...

It really is the month for the spookieness to squeek out everywhere!

It is cooling off here, but I hope it's nice while your here Suzie!

I'm glad you are enjoying the daily posts Jamie - there is so much that happens every day!

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