This is Halloween!

Posted by Lady Mel On Tuesday, October 27, 2009 4 comments


I hate really, really scary movies. I can get so traumatized to the point where I think the monster is right by my bed watching me sleep and I am 22 years old! I won't say any names, but I recently saw just a promo picture of my most hated scary movie of all time on hulu.com and I could not function for about three days straight. (Urggh). Anyway, Tim Burton's classic masterpiece, The Nightmare Before Christmas, is one of my all-time favorite Halloween movies as a child. It is entertaining in a not-so scary way even with the dark overtones.


I've posted the "This is Halloween" and "What Is This?" songs above just to give you guys a sneak peek or a walk down memory lane. Good childhood memories. If you haven't seen this movie, go on Netflix.com and rent a copy this week. This will be worth your wild.

4 comments:

Sarah Nicole said...

I'm just like you. I hate scary movies with a passion. I get so freaked out and I have nightmares. My friends laugh at me because I can't even watch the trailers.

Kittie Howard said...

Me, too! I hate scary movies, they really scare me!! Also can't look at the trailers...good to know I'm not alone, tho. And I bet there are more of us out there than Hollywood thinks.

Kittie Howard said...

Think I messed up -- comment didn't take -- I hate scary movies. Can't even take the trailers. Good, tho, to know I'm not alone. And happy you blogged this topic -- bet there are more of us out there than Hollywood thinks!! Thanks!

LadyGaga said...

Haha, recent Halloween movies don't really scare me. It's those classics (I won't say names, it's like It-Should-Not-Be-Named) that terrorizes audiences over. Scary movies are not scary anymore. SAW VI does not count.