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It's that time of year again, when red and orange-colored leaves fall through the cool Fall air,  we clutch the hands of our dearest loved ones as hard as we possibly can! Why, you might ask? Well, it’s because we’re holding each other tight in front of a horrifying silver screen as we happily scare the living daylights out of ourselves. After all,  it’s HALLOWEEN, and we at Dish couldn't be any more exited than to introduce you to some of the ultimatelycreepiest, eye-popping thrills coming to a big screen near you this October.

This year’s offerings are creepier than ever, so expect a wide variety of hair-raising action this season- including haunted toys, epic vampire action, spooky collections and even Bigfoot! This year we promise not to disappoint! Check ‘em out........


AnnabelleAnnabelle follows the story of John (Ward Horton) and Mia Form (Annabelle Wallis), a happy, young couple expecting their first child. But when John buys his wife an antique, vintage doll named Annabelle, it strangely and violently becomes the obsession of a dangerous satanic cult, who decide to pay the unwitting family a visit. Fortunately the couple escape the incident unscathed, (unlike their neighbors),  but unbeknown to them, something evil has escaped with them.

In an effort to put the horror behind them, the Form’s move to a new house, only to discover that Annabelle has somehow also made the trip. They don't realize it at first, but the creepy doll they neatly place in their baby daughter's room has a demon attached to it. Now, they must again find a way to escape the demon, who has its eyes set on making their life a living hell.Annabelle


If scary dolls aren't doing it for you this Halloween, then maybe you should consider scary boardgames. Ouija, Hasbro's first ever scary movie, brings to life what every human soul secretly fears about the game,  What if I contact something evil?

When Elaine Morris (Olivia Cooke) discovers her friend was brutally killed in a bizarre accident, she unearths evidence that may point to an old spirit board (now called a Ouija board) as a clue to her fiends demise. Of course, she enlists the help of her teenage posse to play a little game of Ouija, just to try and contact their beloved friend one last time. But what they find instead may just cost them their lives as well!Ouija

Dracula Untold

DraculaFrom first-time director, Gary Shore, Dracula Untold is a horror/action film about the dark origins of one of the most infamous monsters of all time. Starring Luke Evans (Immortals) as the war-torn Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia, this movie gives its audience a sympathetic approach to the tale of Dracula's birth. Dracula

The script was based on both Bram Stoker's original novel and historical archives on the real-life person Dracula was modeled after, a man that lived in what is now Romania in Eastern Europe between 1431 and 1476. His name was Vlad Dracula.

As Vlad faces an overwhelming Ottoman army at his door, he realizes he must turn to drastic measures in order to protect his family and kingdom. He seeks out a mysterious hermit in the mountains, who offers him a dark gift that could save his people. Without knowing what consequences lie in accepting the power, Vlad desperately jumps at the chance to drive away his enemies-- even if it means selling his soul. Also starring Sarah Gadon as Mirena, Vlad's wife; Dominic Cooper as Mehmend II, the Turkish leader; and Samantha Barks as Baba Yaga, a delicate, young woman turned evil witch!


Of course, we can't leave out a good, old-fashioned creature feature. From Eduardo Sanchez, director of The Blair Witch Project, Exists brings us back into the woods for another first-hand view of terror. When five friends take a summer vacation to a cabin in the Texas Big Thicket, they soon realize the forest holds a dangerous secret. A legendary creature stalks their every move, and it's thirsty for blood. Using modern video equipment, such as the Go-Pro camera, Sanchez puts a modern edge on his first-person filming style.Exists

ABC's of Death 2

Ready for a little variety this Halloween season? Be sure to check out ABC's of Death 2. Combining humor and horror, this spooky sequel presents a collection of 26 short horror stories (one for each letter of the alphabet) by 26 different directors. You can expect a little something for everybody, from childhood wonderlands turning horribly bloody to murderous priests and zombie hordes. Though digital downloads are available as of October 2nd, you can catch it on the big screen Halloween night! It's kind of like Trick or Treating, only (much) bloodier!of Death 2 / Issue 163 - September 7078
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