A Bucket List of Horrors, Part 2

Today Cinedelphia hosts the second part of my Bucket List of Horrors. These are films that may not be of the highest quality or even particularly scary, but were special to me for some reason or another. Hopefully some of these films will give you the same joys they’ve given me.

You can check out the list right here.

Please feel free to list your choices in the comments section, if you’d like.

A Bucket List of Horrors, Part 1



Recently, I was asked by my friends over at Cinedelphia to come up with a Bucket List of Horror movies. I determined that there was no way I could narrow it down to ten. Truthfully, narrowing it down to twenty will be difficult enough, but doable. The first ten are up now, along with a little bit of backstory as to how I became interested in horror.

Check it out at Cinedelphia.

5 Days of Goblin: Day 2, Suspiria


For director Dario Argento, Suspiria was the film that changed the way the world would perceive him. His early work had established him as a European counterpart to Hitchcock and a strong voice in the giallo subgenre. With Suspiria, he created something else entirely and firmly cemented his status as a master of horror.

Read the rest at Cinedelphia.