Thursday, September 30, 2010

Horror Movies in the Theaters October 2010 - 31 Days till Halloween

There's nothing quite like watching a good horror movie in the movie theaters, sitting in a giant blackened room and soaking up the crowds reactions as the suspense and terror ratchets up. Nothing, save for watching that horror movie in a theater during the month of October, as Halloween waits in the near distance.

October 2010 has a pretty good selection of movies to watch on the big screen, with a little something for everyone as the screen gets a sampling from just about every subgenre of horror. Check out the schedule below.


LET ME IN - For the vampire crowd out there, the American remake of LET THE RIGHT ONE will definitely be one to sink your teeth into.

HATCHET 2 - Adam Green's sequel to his 2006 slasher genre throwback offers more blood and more guts in all its unrated glory.

CHAIN LETTER - Just another blood and guts slasher

CASE 39 - for the thriller crowd (aka those that don't watch "horror") Renée Zellweger stars as a case worker who tries to save a girl who may not be so innocent.


MY SOUL TO TAKE - Wes Craven writes and directs this teen-centered slasher focuses on the return of a serial killer who supposed died the same night seven kids were born.

I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE - Another week, another remake release, this time focused bringing one of the hardest movies ever to watch to a 2000s audience.


PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 2 - For those that didn't learn from following the hype machine the first time around, here's more camcorder horror to bore you with.


MONSTERS - This year's DISTRICT 9 focuses on the journey of a man and woman through a restricted area in Mexico that is full of aliens who now call Earth home.

SAW 3D - The movie franchise that helped establish the modern torture horror genre comes to a close in three glorious dimensions!

So you see, a little something for everyone. Which films will you be seeing?

31 days till Halloween...


Luda said...

I'm excited for all of these, but I wish there were more DVD and VOD releases here. I know the Fangoria FrightFest movies are out, The Tomb and Dark House are great. I prefer being scared in the privacy of my own home.

Unknown said...

What do you think of the @IAMROGUE article on top 10 vampire films. Which ones would you add?

Ryan Midnight said...

@Luda - No worries, I'll be highlighting horror DVD releases every Tuesday throughout October telling you the best and worst the week has to offer!

@Theo - I'll check out the article and let you know!

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