It’s Friday the 13th tomorrow. It seems like a good day to stay home and watch a horror movie. I’m headed to a screening of a horror film in a cemetery tomorrow evening. Seriously disturbing. What are you up to?
If you haven’t made plans, you might want to check out The Pact. It’s a horror movie from director Nicholas McCarthy that has garnered decent but not stellar reviews from movie critics. Here’s the New York Times review and the trailer in order to help you decide:
There are, of course, a few classic horror movies that you might want to watch instead on Friday the 13th. Here are the trailers for them:
Halloween (1978) starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Donald Pleasence as slasher Michael Myers:
Here is the trailer for the original Friday the 13th movie from 1980 starring Kevin Bacon:
A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984):
In order to help you pick out your Friday night movie, you might also want to check out these two posts from the interwebz earlier in July:
Top 10 Favorite Haunted House Movies – The Vault of Horror
5 Most Haunted Apartments from Movies – Screen Junkies
Friday the 13th will not reappear for 14 months. The next Friday the 13th is September 13th, 2013. So all you have to do is survive the day tomorrow. Good luck!