My Horror Collection: Bs

Hey there, Creepy Peeps! It’s time again for another horror collection post! Today, I will be sharing one of my more shameful sections: the Bs. I think you will understand why it’s so shameful as you read on. Enjoy!

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  • The Babadook (Jennifer Kent, 2015)

I had to make this film a part of my collection as soon as I watched it for the first time. I’ve said many times on my channel that the first time I saw The Babadook, the voice of the creature scared me so bad that I had to take a break from the movie for a couple of minutes. Not something that happens to me often while watching a scary movie.

  • Badass Monster Killer (Darin Wood, 2015)

Now we start to get to the shame…not because the movie is bad, I haven’t actually watched this yet, hence the shame. This is a film I got in a HorrorPack and have yet to actually view it. You’ll start to notice that this is a theme of the Bs.

  • The Barber (Basel Owies, 2014)

Again, still have not seen.

  • Bear (John Rebel, 2010)

Again…I haven’t seen it, yet. To my credit on this one, I don’t really like animal attack horror movies, to begin with.

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  • Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon (Scott Glosserman, 2006)

A staple for anyone, like me, that loves meta-slashers. I fucking love this movie and I will never stop loving this movie. I can’t remember if I got this in a HorrorPack or if I streamed it, loved it, and then bought it. Either way, I’m glad it’s in my collection.

  • Bitter Feast (Joe Maggio, 2010)

Say it with me this time: I haven’t watched this yet.

  • The Black Cat (Edgar G. Ulmer, 1934)

Ahhhh, Edgar Allan Poe! How I love thee! Although I could add this to the “shame” category, because there aren’t many more Poe horror movies in my collection, yet.

  • Black Sunday (Mario Bava, 1960)

A classic! While the movie isn’t perfect, I love the imagery and the use of nature in this movie. Plus, that opening scene when that spiky mask is being put on the witch is BRUTAL!

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  • Black X-Mas (Glen Morgan, 2006)

More shame as I don’t yet own the original. Only the shitastic sequel.You may bge wondering why I even own it. Great question. Back in the day, my friends and I would make an evening out of going to MovieStop (which was the next best thing after Blockbuster and Hollywood video closed down), picking out some horror movies, getting snacksonsnacksonsnacks and having a movie night. If you don’t know what MovieStop is (because they have closed down now, too), they sell new and used DVDs and Blu-ray. So, instead of renting movies on Redbox, we would just buy cheap, used horror flicks. Those cheap flicks make up a good portion of my collection now.

  • Blood of the Tribades (Sophia Cacciola and Michael J. Epstein, 2016)

Not seen yet.

  • Blood on Satan’s Claw (Piers Haggard, 1971)

I got this for research for my thesis paper on witches in cinema (in case you were away the five million times I’ve mentioned it, I’m getting a masters in film studies). I didn’t like it all that much, although other really seem to dig it.

  • The Booth (Yoshihiro Nakamura, 2005)

Didn’t watch it yet.

  • The Boy (Craig Macneill, 2015)

Haven’t seen it yet. I don’t know why, either, because I’m pretty sure it has Rainn Wilson in it and I’m pretty sure I love Rainn Wilson.

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  • Bride of Frankenstein (James Whale, 1935)

Do I even need to explain why this is in my collection? It’s a classic!

  • The Burning (Tony Maylan, 1981)

A must for any 80s slasher fan!

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