Posted on October 7, 2010 by Monica Valentinelli
While every day is Halloween for me, this time of year brings out the best in a lot of free television and movie websites like Crackle.com.
During the month of October, I’m writing about horror movies for Crackle.com from a fan’s perspective. This week, I take a look at the classic horror film 13 Ghosts, which was produced by William Castle. For those of you who have seen the modern remake starring Tony Shaloub, I highly recommend you check out the original in black-and-white.
Here’s a sneak peek at my first article in this series:
The plot of 13 Ghosts wasn’t as straightforward as other horror films I’ve seen; several mysteries in this ghost movie intersected with one another. How did Plato control the ghosts? Why are they in the house? What does the attorney want? Who is the maid? Will the Zorba family stick around? While I don’t want to give anything else away, I will tell you that this movie is nothing like its contemporary remake. — SOURCE: A Fan’s Guide to Scary Movies: 13 Ghosts
If you’re a horror movie fan, I would like to invite you to check out A Fan’s Guide to Scary Movies: 13 Ghosts.
What’s new for next week? Stay tuned and find out!