Saturday, October 10, 2009

Pink Julep's Favorite Halloween Movies!!!

It's nearly time for Trick-or-Treat!!! I thought I'd share with you some of my favorite Halloween worthy films!!!

A Nightmare on Elm Street

Always makes me afraid to go to sleep!!!

Child's Play
This movie forever changed how I feel about dolls!

Pet Sematary
One of my ALL TIME FAVES!!!

Silver Bullet
A childhood favorite! You can't have Halloween without Corey Haim chasing a werewolf priest!

Lost Boys
How cute is Kiefer Sutherland in this movie? Love me some vampire hotties!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer
LUKE PERRY!!!! Nuff said...

Teen Witch
Been a while since I've seen this one, but I bet I'd still like it!

Death Becomes Her
How could anyone NOT love Goldie Hawn, Meryl Streep and Bruce Willis together in the same movie?!?!?! SOOOOO GOOD!!!

It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown

This one never gets old!

The Witches of Eastwick


The Craft

This movie is so BAD it's almost good!

and my new favorite, not just for Halloween, but all year round...

The hottest vampire on the PLANET is gonna make Halloween HAWT this year! hee hee

What are your favorite Halloween worthy films?
Pink Julep!


  1. All of those movies are awesome..of course twilight :-) but I love teen witch and used to watch it every favorite would have to be gremlins though! <3

  2. Teen Witch!! Love it! "Top that, top that"

  3. I love Death Becomes Her! Great movie!! I haven't seen Witches of Eastwick, but I'm planning to. I hear they are doing a remake of it to! Some of the others movies on here I would be to scared to watch.. That doll would give me nightmares for a year!!I like a movie called Hocus Pocus (I hope that is the englis title to). Kind of a teen movie, but still Bette Midler and Sarah Jessica Parker? Not that bad :) It really makes me miss Halloween, as the plot takes place on Halloween and there are so many great costumes! ET to really!

    I see you just finished LA. Candy. What did you think==


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