October 31, 2011

Happy Hallowe'en and Goodbye!

Happy Hallowe'en! Tonight's the big anticlimactic night so it'll be eleven months before anybody has to endure another batch of seasonal horror fans.

As usual for Hallowe'en, I'm not going to be watching anything horrific at all apart from "Bring It On" (2000) starring the delightful Kirsten Dunst from "Interview with the Vampire" (1994), Eliza Dushku from "Wrong Turn" (2003), and Jesse Bradford from "The Echo" (2008). Apart from "Clueless" (1995), this is truly the greatest movie of all time.

It's been one of the worst years for horror movies ever, and with the genre now completely dead (both creatively and physically), I'm not going to be updating my blog anymore.

I could, of course, continue to review all the old horror movies which I already love, but what's the point when a million other sites with nothing new to write about are doing the same thing already? I'd rather just watch films from now on than waste my time writing reviews which hardly anybody reads anyway.

I'm done here. Just like Barry Norman, I'm walking away from all the bad movies and the poor taste of the audiences who continue to support them.

I thank you all for reading and commenting over the years but, after 17 years as a horror journalist and 15 months as a blogger, I'm moving on to something else now.

I'll see you in another life when we are both cats.

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