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A vacationing couple, Polly (Jill Wagner) and Seth (Paulo Costanzo), are taken hostage by a criminal (Shea Whigham) and his drug addicted girlfriend (Rachael Kerbs).

A comet lands on Earth (or more specifically, L.A.) and turns the majority of the population into dust.

In the cult classic "Tourist Trap," a group of teenagers searching for their missing friend wind up stranded at an eerie roadside wax museum, which is filled with creepy, lifelike mannequins.

In the wake of the recent "Night of the Demons" remake, I thought we'd take a quick look at the original, one of my go-to Halloween themed movies. On Halloween night, 10 teenagers gather for a party at an old abandoned funeral parlor hosted by Angela (Mimi Kinkade) and Suzanne (Linnea Quigley).

Typically, I try to avoid movies starring Matthew McConaughey, which is probably why I waited until just a few months ago to watch "Frailty." I must admit, I'm sorry I waited so long.

Believe it or not, back in the day, Disney used to produce some great family friendly horror films. "Something Wicked This Way Comes", "Return to Oz", and "Child of Glass" are just a few that I remember watching and loving as a child. My favorite?

"It's Alive" is one of those horror comedy films that I have always heard a lot about but haven't had a chance to watch until recently, when I found it on Netflix Instant Watch.

It goes without saying that "Creepshow" is one of the most popular horror anthologies around. It's definitely one of my go-to movies for the Halloween season. Director George A. Romero and writer Stephen King bring us 5 tales of terror in a tribute to the EC comics of the 1950's.

When I was about 10 years old, I watched the film "Dolls," which subsequently led to my porcelain doll collection being packed away and put in the attic. With the tag line "they walk, they talk, they kill," how could I not be terrified?

It's pretty safe to assume that every October most of us go into horror movie overdrive, watching anything and everything horror.