Page and I wanna thank everybody who's joining us for our Terrorthon next month. Gotta say, it feels good to be co-arranging a blogathon in which so many people are taking part in - I love looking around and seeing our banners on people's blogs!
This is just to let everybody know where we stand right now, and where we stand is pretty damn good: we've gotten an amazing turnout for this: twenty definites as of this writing, can you believe it?
If you're contributing, do me a favor and check this list for me and make sure this is accurate:
Le (Critica Retro), Nosferatu
Gilby37 (Random Ramblings of a Broadway, Film & TV Fan), TBA
Caftan Woman (Caftan Woman), I Saw What You Did
Terence Towles Canote (A Shroud of Thoughts), The Wizard of Oz
Dawn Sample (Noir and Chick Flicks), Frankenstein
Aurora (Citizen Screen), The Island of Lost Souls, 4.22
Rick29 (Classic Film and TV Cafe), Plague of the Zombies 4.22
Kellee (Outspoken and Freckled), The Omen
Matt (Classic Cinema Review for Kids), The Haunting
The Lady Eve (The Lady Eve's Reel Life), Rosemary's Baby
Ivan (Thrilling Days of Yesteryear), The Skull
Jennifer Giesey (Portraits by Jenni), House of Wax, 4.20
Monstergirl (The Last Drive-In), The Black Cat, 4.20, Horror Hotel, 4.21
Nitrate Diva, Carnival of Souls
Steve Habrat (Anti-Film School), The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, 4.22
Barry P (Cinematic Catharsis), Mad Love, 4.23
Vulnavia Morbius (Krell Laboratories), Let's Scare Jessica to Death, 4.20
Flick Chick (A Person in the Dark), Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte
Brian Schuck (Films From Beyond the Time Barrier), Castle of Blood
As for Page and I, she has picked a film called It's Alive, while I'm currently going with the 70s remake of Invasion of the Body Snatchers, though that may change.
Now the Terrorthon is gonna cover five days, so if you know which day you wanna post on, then let me know in the comments. Those of you who are still TBA, if you've decided on a film, put that in the comments as well. As for the rest of you, there's still plenty of time to join the party - all you gotta do is think of a classic (or even not-so-classic - we've got 60s and 70s movies included too) - movie that REALLY SCARED YOU and write about it. Talk about things like where you saw it, maybe how old you were at the time, why it scared you, things like that. You've got until April 10 to pick a movie. Good luck!