Pack away your shorts and t-shirts, get your heating system serviced, and kiss goodbye to late evening sunshine; Autumn has arrived. Whilst its become a national sport to moan about how bad the British summer is, I for one revel in the approach of Autumn and the Halloween set dressing that accompanies it. Bring on the mist, the murk, the bare trees and the biting, frosty air.
Its been championed here before, but there really is no time of the year like October for flavouring up your movie viewing. All summer you've been straining at your TV as the summer sun makes the viewing of any night-time set film an impossible task. No such problems now. Greying skies, turning leaves, misty nights, a nip in the air; it's as if the world outside has becoming a backdrop to the only film genre that can draw additional benefits from a changing of the seasons. The scary movie loves Octob
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