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Every fall, I dig out some of my favorite horror movies that only feel right to watch around the Halloween season. If you've been following my blog, you know that I absolutely love, love, love, horror anthologies.

I love the Creepshow series, with my favorite short from them being in "Creepshow 2" The Raft features four college kids who decide to take an autumn swim at a secluded lake and are then terrorized by a hungry oil slick.

The "Trilogy of Terror" was an above average horror anthology that featured 3 stories all starring Karen Black. While the first two stories are somewhat forgettable, it's the third story, of an African tribal doll that comes to life and terrorizes Ms. Black that is really memorable.

Now I know what you're thinking, but hear me out on this. The 1987 cult comedy "Summer School" is definitely not a horror movie whatsoever. But it's one of my 'must watch' summer favorites and it features one of my all time favorite horror scenes in a non horror movie.

I think it's pretty fair to say that even though Joe is our main go-to beer guy, all of us at Bloody Good Horror are fans of the beverage.

The "Sleepaway Camp" series is hands down one of my favorite slasher series as a whole (yes, even the third one) and "Sleepaway Camp 2" is one of my all time favorite horror movies.

As you nurse your hangover from last night's festivities, why don't you sit back, pop some aspirin and feast your eyes on this little gem from 2000's Academy Award winning movie "Leprechaun In The Hood." Warwick Davis stars in the below scene as a rapping leprechaun.

Fun Fact: In Italy, the translated titles for "The Evil Dead" and "Evil Dead 2" became "La Casa" and "La Casa 2." The titles, translating to "The House" in English, do not have much to do with the Raimi films other than the simple fact that all the films take place in some sort of cabin or hous

The VHS cover alone was enough to give me nightmares, but the movie was pretty darn creepy too. Casey (Nathan Forrest Winters), one of three brothers, has an intense fear of clowns.

The 2005 holiday themed horror movie "The Gingerdead Man" is about a killer cookie that stalks the girl who sent him to the electric chair years ago. It's just as awful as it sounds, however it does have a few note worthy scenes.