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Since it's Halloween I had to ask the shops what their favorite horror film is. The Queen Zombie over at Blood Bath told me "Hmmm that's a tough one because I have so many! I suppose I'll go with Dario Argento's Suspiria."
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Now for tonight's movie. Make sure to leave a comment below. Anyone who leaves a comment, with their opinion of the movie, for each of the 31 movies will get an extra 10 entries in our GIANT Giveaway.
Night 7 - Silver Bullet
Tagline - Whenever the moon is full... it comes back!
Directed by Daniel Attias and released on October 11, 1985 by Paramount Pictures (rated R). When Marty (Corey Haim) starts to suspect the brutal murders in town are being caused by a Werewolf he enlist the help of his sister and uncle (Gary Busey) to help him kill it. Unfortunately for Marty the Werewolf knows he knows! Uh ooooh!!!
I decided to put this on the list because I like Werewolf stories and I remembered it being a good movie. Then I was worried that it might not hold up after all these years and it might be a painful review. Happily it ended up still being a fun movie that more than deserves to be on the list. Great dark and spooky atmosphere, not too bad 80's Werewolf makeup (best when he stays in the shadows) and a good amount of bloody killings. Plus, if you're a fan of Lost, you get to see a very young and very skinny Locke (Terry O'Quinn). It's also based on a Stephen King Novelette.
The truly scary part of the film... having to watch Gary Busey! Eeeek!!
Some trivia about the movie...
1. Early drafts of the film's script, including the pressbook release, it stated that the werewolf speaks. In the actual film itself, the werewolf does not speak at anytime.
2. Producer Dino De Laurentiis was very unhappy with the werewolf used in the film. He was disappointed in both the way it looked and the way the costumed actor moved. This proved to be a bit of an insult to the actor wearing the suit as he was an accomplished modern dancer and was hired specifically for his movement skills.
3. Based on the Stephen King novelette "Cycle of the Werewolf". King also wrote the screenplay but did not appear in the movie like he did in so many of his other books turned to movies.