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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

It's the most wonderful time of the year!

Well, in case you haven't yet noticed, it's officially the first of December, but for us here at CNAMB, that can only mean one thing…it's officialy the first day of DEATH-CEMEBER!

You're in the spirit now, right?! Now, many of you have no clue what Death-cemeber is, well, it's simple. It's a month were all the films reviewed will be either holiday related or will take place in some sort of winter setting. I have many times before claimed my love for snow and winter conditions in the cinema I watch, and I am a sucker like no one else for Christmas, so for me, this month is the awesomest month of the year outside of October.

Last year brought forth a massive amount of reviews in Death-cemeber (click on the creepy golden Santa on your right to see them all), but I have unfortunately had a very busy last few weeks, so I will be sort of playing catch up to make this month as special as it deserves. I do have a good idea of what I will be reviewing, which will be films that cover a nice multitude of genres, whereas last year was almost all holiday horror films that were reviewed. Most every horror writer will be doing a similar holiday theme, so I will try as hard as possible to stay as far from the typical stuff as I can (still waiting for that Chanukah or Kwanza horror film to be made…). However, I'm sure at least one or two holiday horror films will make it in because frankly, they are so much fun to watch.  

I've been pumped for this month since the minute Halloween ended, and now that it's finally here, I look forward to a month filled with blood covered snow, and I hope you do too.

7 comments:

  1. I echo the huzzah. My brother and I talked out a brilliant idea for a Hanukkah horror, but sadly I can't remember a single thing. Except that it involved death by dreidel, but duh.

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  2. Christine: I know! It's pretty awesome that we did all of our decorating (to the Christmas music mix 2010!) and it snowed for the first time, all on the first day of, Death-cemeber!

    Emily: You need to get with Miles and work on something, stat!

    "Dreidel dreidel dreidel, I made you out of flesh!"

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  3. Is Santa bringing you a wedding for Christmas?

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  4. Why am I worried that a Kwanzaa horror film would be more funny than scary?

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  5. IP: Unfortunately, it doesn't look that way...it's all those years being bad catching up with me! Damn that Santa!

    Ashlee: It would have to be a Kwanzaa Slasher, but it wouldn't be the same if it wasn't a from the 80's. Maybe the ThanksKilling crew could make it?!

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  6. MOshing Santa needs elves to mosh with :-P

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