Flesh to flesh…skin to skin…tell a secret, die for your sin! What better time than the month of October to watch a movie that truly defines the words creepy and psychopath. Since it is that time of year, all month long we will be featuring a different horror movie and the first one happens to be chosen by one of you! We would like to thank Bryan Butt for this weeks movie, 1994’s The Paperboy. Disturbed paperboy Johnny McFarley murders an his elderly only to lure her family from the city out to the country. Why you may ask? Well because he wants to be a part of their family! As each day passes the Johnny tries to make friends with the family. Once the family sees what a sicko he is, they banish him from their lives. Then the terror truly begins, I mean this kid is pure bat shit crazy. He makes Leatherface look like a saint. Seriously, for a performance by a child, this is some next level crazy and creepiness. While this movie may be hard to find, and was provided to us by a listener, we strongly suggest finding this true gem in the killer kid genre.
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Next week we continue our horror movie marathon with a pick by none other than our very own Corey. He has chosen one the most hated horror movies of all time, the Michael Myers-less Halloween 3: Season Of The Witch. What could possibly go wrong when a mask-making company has plans to kill millions of children with something sinister hidden in Halloween masks? We shall find out next week, that’s for sure! Sadly, this is also NOT on Netflix, but is on bluray, dvd, Amazon Instant Video, & I’m sure on YouTube. Sorry folks, we will hop back on the Netflix train soon enough.
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