MITNG Celebrates Halloween with 31 Frightful Flicks

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Halloween holds a special place in our hearts here at MITNG.  There is no better time or place to celebrate horror, the macabre, the strange, and the supernatural.

Throughout October, we’ll recommend a different horror flick each day for your viewing enjoyment.  From around the world and many different genres, we hope you’ll discover new gems and remember some old favorites.

Some notable films (like John Carpenter’s Halloween) have been omitted in order to suggest some (potentially) lesser known movies.  We know there are thousands of deserving films out there – we love that! – but there are only 31 days in October, so we’ve exercised some creative restraint.  We encourage you to let us know what your favorites are so we can cover them in the future.  We’ve also provided a few links below if you want to know more about the history and celebration of Halloween.

With that in mind, MITNG is pleased to present 31 days of horror to help you get in the mood for Halloween.  We hope you enjoy.

WARNING: THIS VIDEO IS DEFINITELY NOT SAFE FOR WORK

Want to know what Halloween is about?

Halloween History

ABOUT Halloween

What the Scholars Say

What Neo-Pagans Think of Halloween

Christians and Halloween

Published by C. L. Taylor

C.L. is a BIPOC, LGBTQ+ artist & writer who pushes pixels and slings ink in her 9 to 5. She's a content producer's content producer, who's ready, willing, and able to throw down anything from illustration to animation, UI/UX design, and copy. If you want it to sparkle, evoke, or convey a story, chances are C. L. can help! Her short fiction has earned first place in category and honorable mentions in the NYCMidnight short story, micro fiction, and flash fiction contests, and has appeared in Typehouse Literary Magazine, Kaaterskill Basin Literary Journal, and anthologies by Brisk Publications and Alyson Publications. Her poetry will appear in the upcoming October issue of Versification. In her spare time, C. L. chases mindfulness and often falls asleep in savasana pose. You can catch up with her on Twitter: @ctaylor and Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cltaylor_writer/

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