Quantcast Trilogy Pics - 3 Movies You Should Watch Tonight: OCTOBER 2004 - HALLOWEEN NIGHT PICKS



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It's Halloween weekend, and everyone's probably having a costume party to celebrate. But, alas! What will you and your friends be watching!? Here's our three recommendations.

You should start the evening out with the obscure & underrated Cherry Falls. This movie came out under the radar in 2000 & stars Brittany Murphy (both at her hottest and before she was a complete wacko), Michael Biehn (you know him from the original Terminator film & Aliens), and Jay Mohr (of Suicide Kings & SNL fame). The premise is simple & to the point. Some one is going around the town of Cherry Falls and murdering students. Their one connection? They were all virgins. So the remaining high school kids decide to throw a 'pop your cherry' party to avoid falling victim to the towns killer. But is there a dark secret the parents are hiding that led to this murder spree to begin with? Seriously, start your night out with this. If anything, for a few good laughs, some hot Brittany Murphy and some pleasent surprises.

Next up... I say go for my all time favorite horror movie, Evil Dead 2: Dead By Dawn. You can't go wrong with Bruce Campbell & Sam Raimi's masterpiece. In fact, this seems to be a real fun movie to watch with a group because everyone's pretty much already seen it, hence you can do your own little commentary or make a drinking game out of all the times Bruce Campbell gets hit with something. Even the commentary track (probably my all time favorite commentary on a DVD release) is entertaining for the whole crew.

Last but certainly not least, what's a Halloween night without a Halloween movie. This is a toss up. If you're hanging out with some serious hardcore horror fans, then you probably want to watch the original Halloween movie. However, for all those whom have seen it a million times, and for all of you with annoying impatient girlfriends whom might find this flick a bit "too slow", then go for Halloween 4: The Return Of Michael Myers. Granted, it may not be the best of the Halloween films, but it's certainly one of the most funnest entries into the series. We watched it last Halloween night and everyone who was over seemed to have a blast with it. You and your friends probably will too.

So, there you have it. Mike will have his John Carpenter trilogy pics for November's edition next week. Cheers! And Happy Halloween! -robg.

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