My Horror Collection: Cs

Hey there, Creepy Peeps! Welcome to the next installment of me exposing my horror collection! Like the Bs, the Cs in my collection has its fair share of classics and some very deep shame. Keep reading to find out exactly what I mean!

  • Cabin Fever (Eli Roth, 2002)

My all-time favorite Eli Roth film! It has just the right amount of comedy (not too over the top and a little dark) and tons of gore! It also features James DeBello and Guiseppe Andrews, who both starred in Detroit Rock City (Adam Rifkin, 1999), a movie I grew up watching and have a deep love for.

  • Carrie (Brian De Palma, 1976)

A horror classic! I don’t really think I need to explain why this is in my collection.

  • Cell Count (Todd E. Freeman, 2012)

This is yet another HorrorPack film that I have yet to watch. Why does it take me so long to get around to watching these films, you may ask…? Well, I don’t know either so…

  • Cherry Falls (Geoffrey Wright, 2000)

I bought this movie to watch because a Creepy Peep had suggested I review it. At that time, buying it was the only way I could view it, hence why it’s here. Although I will say I enjoyed the movie a lot, it certainly has grown on me even more as I have watched it again and again. What can I say, I love a good self-reflective slasher!

  • Children of the Corn (Fritz Kiersch, 1984)

The pinnacle of creepy children stories. And again, do I really need to explain why it’s in my collection?

  • Children of the Corn: Genesis (Joel Soisson, 2011)

I got this in a HorrorPack, I have no clue what number in the Children of the Corn series this is, and I haven’t watched this or any of the sequels for that matter. I think Children of the Corn is perfect as is, why do we always feel the need to make sequels when they are not needed?

  • C.H.U.D. (Douglas Cheek, 1984)

This movie doesn’t get enough love, in my opinion. Seriously. I think I picked up my copy while at Texas Frightmare Weekend last year (2017), at the Arrow booth.

  • Chopping Block (Joshua Hall, 2016)

I know I quit getting HorrorPack to save money, but even when I do eventually have enough money again to re-subscribe, I don’t think I deserve it until I watch all of these movies.

  • ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2 (Robert Hall, 2011)

I’ve not seen the first one, so I haven’t watched this yet.

  • The Collector (Marcus Dunston, 2009)

I have no clue how this got into my collection. HorrorPack? I can’t remember. I also can’t remember if I have seen the film. I vaguely remember seeing something that resembles this in theaters back in 2009. However, there is another movie called The Collection, I think, and that may have been what I watched instead of this. A simple Google search could probably solve tis dilemma, but I can’t be bothered.

  • The Conjuring (James Wan, 2013)

James Wan can do no wrong in my book. I love this movie.

  • The Covenant (Renny Harlin, 2006)

I cite this film as my second sexual awakening. I think the image provided (above) explains that fairly well.

  • The Crazies (Breck Eisner. 2010)

I enjoy this movie! I really like Timothy Olyphant, I’m a big fan. Still have not seen the original, though. What can I say, I am a millennial!

  • The Creature from the Black Lagoon Legacy Collection

See my post on this collection here. Includes all three films in the Creature franchise.

  • Creepshow (George A. Romero, 1984)

I love a good horror anthology and this one is a freaking classic!

  • Creepshow 2 (Michael Gornick, 1987)

This is probably a blasphemous statement, but I actually like this one slightly better than the first. I know, I’m a disappointment to horror fans everywhere.

  • Croc (Stewart Raffill, 2007)

Woah! A film I got in a HorrorPack that I have actually WATCHED?! WHAT? And I hated it. Maybe that’s why I haven’t picked up the rest of my HorrorPack films yet?

  • Cry_Wolf (Jeff Wadlow, 2005)

Ahhhh, I remember seeing this one in the theater (I was only in the eighth grade, such a youngin’).
  • Cursed (Wes Craven, 2005)

This is the great shame of the Cs. So, I got this film from Gory (yes, Horror Addicts Gory) and as I was collecting the director and year info for THIS POST, I discovered for the first time that this is a Wes Craven film. I am a horrible excuse for a fan! Not only that, it was written by Kevin Williamson. Out of all the movies Gory sent me, this is the only one I haven’t gotten around to watching yet and it’s probably the one most suited for me given the director and writer. Clearly Gory knows me well to give this to me and I have done her an injustice.

Well, I’m going to go commit seppuku now, after that last entry. Hope you enjoyed this post!