31 Days of Horror: The Babysitter Official Trailer #1 (2017)

The Babysitter is a 2017 American teen horror-comedy film directed by McG and written by Brian Duffield. The film stars Samara Weaving, Judah Lewis, Robbie Amell and Bella Thorne. It was released by Netflix on October 13, 2017.

Twelve-year-old Cole Johnson is a naïve kid who tries to fit in with everyone else. When he is bullied by his neighbor Jeremy, his babysitter Bee stands up for him and draws them away from him. The following day, when his parents go out for an overnight stay at a hotel, Bee and Cole spend quality time together until after 10.00pm. About 30 minutes or so later, Cole is encouraged by a text from his best friend Melanie to go see what Bee gets up to after he goes to sleep. To his surprise, he sees what looks like Bee and several friends – Max, John, Allison, Sonya, and Samuel – having a harmless game of Spin the Bottle. However, as Bee kisses Samuel, she pulls two daggers from behind like back and stabs him in the skull.

I just finished watching this movie… Like just now… Oh my God it was a lot fun! Just good or fashion what the hell was that?… This is what I like to call a popcorn movie, no brains require. Just sit back and forget your problems for and hour or two. I found myself doing a double feature tonight, one being American Werewolf in London. Followed up randomly with The Babysitter, and it did not disappoint! The movie is a well balance of Horror and comedy, with just the right amount of gore.

If you haven’t watched it yet, do so now! It fits perfectly into any spooky movie marathon this month.

31 Days Of Horror: The Hitcher – 1986

The Hitcher is a 1986 American road action-horror film directed by Robert Harmon and written by Eric Red. It stars Rutger Hauer, C. Thomas Howell, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and Jeffrey DeMunn. Howell plays Jim, a young man who gives a ride to a hitchhiker, played by Hauer. After narrowly escaping death, Jim repeatedly encounters the hitchhiker, who is revealed to be a serial killer, and the two engage in a game of cat and mouse. It was released in the United States on February 21, 1986. Cast: Rutger Hauer as John Ryder C. Thomas Howell as Jim Halsey Jennifer Jason Leigh as Nash Jeffrey DeMunn as Captain Esteridge John M. Jackson as Sergeant Starr Billy Green Bush as Trooper Donner Jack Thibeau as Trooper Prestone Armin Shimerman as Interrogation Sergeant Gene Davis as Trooper Dodge Jon Van Ness as Trooper Hapscomb Henry Darrow as Trooper Hancock Tony Epper as Trooper Conners

31 Days Of Horror: Trick or Treats (1982)

Five years after his wife, Joan, had him wrongfully and deliberately committed to a mental institution so she could live with her boyfriend, Malcolm escapes on Halloween night and arrives back at his old house to murder her, except Joan is not home but she’s out with her boyfriend while babysitter Linda is looking after Malcolm’s 10-year-old son Christopher, an equally psychotic and demented practical joker until, under cover of darkness, Malcolm shows up and begins a real terror game of attrition with Linda.

31 Days of Horror: Sometimes They Come Back (1991)

Sometimes They Come Back is a 1991 made-for-TV horror film based on the short story of the same title by Stephen King. Originally optioned as a segment of the feature film Stephen King’s Cat’s Eye, producer Dino De Laurentiis developed it into a separate feature instead.

31 Days of Horror: The Stuff (1985)

A private detective investigates a new consumer taste treat that’s absolutely delicious and just possibly lethal.

A delicious, mysterious goo that oozes from the earth is marketed as the newest dessert sensation, but the tasty treat rots more than teeth when zombie-like snackers who only want to consume more of the strange substance at any cost begin infesting the world.

31 Days of Horror: House 2 – The Second Story

House II: The Second Story (also released as La Casa Di Helen or informally as La Casa 6) is a 1987 American comedy horror film. While it is a sequel to the 1986 film House, House II does not involve the storyline and characters from the first film, and is a new supernatural comedy, with a tone even lighter than the original film’s.