Like I mentioned last week, Fangirls, we knew we weren’t going to make it with the full 31 spooky nights, so we overhauled and watched multiple in one night, and we focused on classic shorts instead of full length movies. Our final count ended up being 25/31, which isn’t as terrible as I expected.
Guys, we are behind. Like, over 10 movies behind. We didn’t get through a ton this past week because I was sick so I was usually asleep by the time Rob got home, plus we had a busy weekend where we drove up to New York to grab some more of my stuff (like my desk and desktop which I’m finally using again). I’m exhausted but less sick this week, so hopefully we can end (mildly) strong, and get closer to the goal.
Though this is only the second time I’m writing about this, we’re actually in our third week of spooky movies. Sadly, we’re a bit behind, as last week we were in Disneyland and a combination of travel and busy-ness halted our movie watching progress, but we’re working on it. Here’s what we’ve watched since last time.
Alright Fangirls, it’s finally time to talk about the 3 movies we’ve watched so far for 31 Nights of Horror (which isn’t actually scary). I am the biggest of chickens, so I’m not a fan of genuinely scary movies, but I do like comedies and the like. So TheThirdRLM has modified his list of spooky movies to accommodate my fears, and we’re mostly watching goofy scary movies.