Hello, Plotaholics! The season of the witch is nearly upon us, and we have our most interactive event planned so far! The Plotaholics are proud to present, Listeners’ Halloween…
That’s right, ladies and ghouls: last week, Evil Dead won out in our poll to decide the October 7th film. This week, we have a new slate of contenders for you to choose from. The link to vote is below, but before we get into that, here are your nominees for The Plotaholics Podcast‘s October 14th film:
30 Days of Night (2007)
Alaska gets pretty dark sometimes, right? It’s because of its proximity to the North Pole (Merry Christmas!). So, you know how in most vampire movies, if you can make it to sunrise, everything is cool? Well, what if sunrise was a whole THIRTY DAYS AWAY!?! Holy hell! That’s a lot of nighttime. That’s…oh wait…30 days of night.
Interview with the Vampire (1994)
Gothic romance at its finest/ creepiest! Follow the two most handsomest vampires–Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt–through the antebellum south as they creep on a young Kirsten Dunst.
The Lost Boys (1987)
An early-running favorite to win this week, The Lost Boys tells the story of two brothers who move to Cali and fight a gang of young vampires. Spoiler alert: Peter Pan does not make an appearance. Or does he? Hmmmm…interesting.
Near Dark (1987)
1987 was a big year for vampire flicks, apparently. In this one, a country boy is bitten by a sexy lady-vampire and joins up with her gang of vampire drifters. Cool story!
Queen of the Damned (2002)
A vampire becomes a rockstar. He plays music that is so incredibly killer (metal?) that it wakes up the literal queen of vampires, played by the late Aaliyah. Is this movie scary? I don’t know. Can someone tell me? Are you that somebody?
So there you have it. Voting is open now and will remain open until 9/24/19 at 6:00 PM EST. We love that people are getting into the voting for this year’s Listeners’ Halloween! Join the fun and follow the link below to vote. It’s super quick and you don’t have to sign up for anything.
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