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Before I rush off to carve Jack O’Lanterns I wanted to recommend a film for you all to track down and enjoy. The Collingswood Story is massively creepy and worth your time. I was hesitant to watch it at first because I am SO over the whole found footage film craze, but I am glad I gave in and queued this one up. It is a low budget affair without major studio polish and recognizable actors (though if you do your research you will discover that Stephanie Dees who portrays our protagonist did appear in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers) but why should that bother you? The major studios have proven over and over again just how little they truly understand horror. If you’re looking for a seasonal scare that will resonate with you long after the credits roll and may even become a new Halloween favorite… here is your film.
Well, not my first award EVER… that was when I was in elementary school and won a coloring contest. But my first blog award! I am honored and I shall always cherish it. It is from the fabulous James who runs the equally fabulous Behind The Couch. You really should be reading him if you are not. He wrote such nice things that I am very inspired to dive back into reviewing. Per the rules of the award I shall now share three interesting facts about myself:
1. I have never seen any of the Star Wars films and it is a personal goal of mine to make it through life with this remaining true.
2. Someone once told me that I reminded them of Hannibal Lecter. Of course I took it as a compliment.
3. It is claimed by some that I dance like Elaine from Seinfeld.