Horror Scenes That I Love: The Party Starts in The Cabin In The Woods

Happy Halloween from horror scenes that I love!

Our final scene of the season: the party starts in 2012’s The Cabin In The Woods!


Horror Scenes That I Love: The Bridge Attack Scene From Two Orphan Vampires

Today’s horror scene that I love comes from the 1997 French film, Two Orphan Vampires.

I knew that I really wanted to share a scene from Two Orphan Vampires on this date.  It’s my favorite Jean Rollin film.  Unfortunately, most of the really good scenes have been taken off of YouTube.  That said, I do like the way Rollin uses the color blue in this scene and the opening image of those two blind vampires walking across the bridge is still a strong one.  When viewed out of context, the attack on the poet may be seen weak but actually it’s just another example of Rollin’s dream-like aesthetic.  If the attack on the poet seems fake, that may be because it wasn’t supposed to have really happened.

Watch the film and it’ll make sense.

Horror Scenes I Love: What Happens When You Summon Candyman

Today’s horror scene that I love is from 1992’s Candyman.

For the record, after watching this film, I stood in front of a mirror and I said Candyman three times.  I’m waiting until I have something to be mad about before I say it two more times.