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Halloween Movies to Break the Routine

Recommendations by Enrique Bonilla

Comments and compilation by Alexis Ibarra-Ibarra

Pumpkin Pies! Since Halloween is so amazing, here’s a list of weird movies Enrique Bonilla recommends, movies that do not belong to the regular listings, so you can watch something different this year! You can also check Enrique’s list of his favorite Horror movies (1930-1959)

The City of the Dead (1960)

Who wants to be immortal?

Image: Wikipedia

The Monster Squad (1987)

Dracula travels to… the USA…

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Chopping Mall (1986)


So Bad, that is good,
not a lot of chopping, though.

Image: Amazon

Phantom of the Paradise (1974)

Creepy musical, with majestic music!

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Vuelven (2017)

An amazing contemporary Mexican Movie!

The Halloween Tree (1993)

An animated classic by Hanna-Barbera and Ray Bradbury!

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Hausu (1977)

Japanese movie…
The producers were on drugs, and it’s difficult to imagine how the script looks like.
What did I just watch?

Dead of night (1945)

An Excellent Horror anthology movie by Dan Curtis!

Image: IMDB

El vampiro (1957)

Mexican Cult Movie you should watch!
Not sure if you can find it in English,
but if you know Spanish, you will enjoy it!

Fright Night (1985)

Vampire neighbor!
What would you do?!

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Cronocrimenes (2007)

Low budget Sci-fi Spanish Movie!
WHAT?! and is better than most Scifi!

Return to Oz (1985)

Non-official Non-Sequel Sequel to The Wizard of Oz! By Disney!

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The innocents (1961)

A Victorian House, Ghosts, and the most frightening creatures of all… KIDS! 😛

Scary, isn’t it?

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Ghostwatch (1992)

A banned mockumentary that has been re-released until very recently. This British TV mockumentary caused the same catastrophic effects as the Orson Wells’ The War of the Worlds radio broadcast. BBC received multiple lawsuits for psychological and emotional damage… People developed PTSD, had heartattacks, and commited suicide because they didn’t know this wasn’t real (Summary of what Enrique said a couple of weeks ago XD).

Please… never read, listen, or watch anything without the intro.

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Pumpkinhead (1988)

When the Devil knows what you did… “last summer” XD

(No, it’s not the same movie. It has a better monster)

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The mummy (1959)

TBH, British archeologists [robbers] had it coming…

Egypt and this mummy only want their stuff back.

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Wallace and Gromit :

Wallace and Gromit have so many good Halloween stories to tell, so you cannot miss them!

Check Enrique’s recommended W&G movies list below:

A grand day out (1989)

The wrong trousers (1993)

A close shave (1995)

The curse of the were rabbit (2005)

A matter of loaf and death (2008)

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The Gate (1987)

“A Kids’ movie that is actually made to scare adults!”

(Enrique, 2020)

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Dracula (Spanish Version, 1931)

“Is better than Bella Lugosi’s version,

but no one knows it because it’s in Spanish!”

(Enrique, 2020)

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The Fall of the House of Usher (1960)

“Vincent Price and Director Roger Corman at their best!”

(Enrique, 2020)

Image: Pinterest

Mas Negro que la Noche (1975)

“THE Mexican Slasher!”

(Enrique, 2020)

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Salem’s Lot (1979)

“One of the best Stephen King’s TV adaptations, that inspired a whole generation and is quickly being forgotten!”

(Enrique, 2020)

Have you watched any of them? Will you watch them? Please share a slice of your opinion in the Comment Section below! The Bakers are always thrilled to read your comments!

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