#GentlerHorrorFilms

It was a hashtag that was trending on Twitter this evening. Here are my contributions to it.

28 Comments on “#GentlerHorrorFilms”

  1. Just realized that, instead of the version I went for, I should have gone with Night of the Gamma Lepus.

  2. The Shinning Mona Lisa Smile
    The Standard
    A Daydream on Elm Street
    The Bling
    9 Months Later
    Mildly Annoyed Dead
    Poltergas
    Frankenstein’s Wedding Planner
    The Mommy
    Shaun of the Hung Over

  3. John Samuel – Australia – An anime fan from the dim, dark, days of synopses and fifth generation VHS copies. I write a range of reviews at "Pirates of the Burley Griffin", check the blog for more.
    John Samuel

    Is amused by, and promptly retweets, The Exercyclist .

  4. This is probably the funniest post (totally subjective, for many reasons) that I’ve read here in some time. Nicely done, sir, and I thank you.

  5. Reading these a day late and found myself laughing even more when I read today’s ‘Bizzaro’ cartoon. Great job Scalzi.

  6. John, were you familiar with the REAL village of the damned speed traps, New Rome, a 1-mile or so stretch of road on West Broad Street in Columbus? It was finally put out of business several years ago by public outrage.

  7. I love it! I wanted to contribute but nothing came to mind. It’s fun to see these tweets. Cheers.

  8. No One Dies

    King Kitten

    Illegal Alien vs. Predation Researcher

    Snakes on a Plain

    @scalzi Attack of the Bacon-covered kittens

    The Birds… begin their yearly migration (David Attenborough voice)

    Eight-Legged Friendly Arachnids that eat mosquitoes and stuff

    Good Vibrations (Tremors?)

    The Excel Excorcist

    28 Kittens Later

    Care-Bear-ie

    Interview With a Night Owl

    PAWS, involving a Great White Kitten escaped in your pantry

  9. Night of the Living Dead-Lines

    Dawn Dishwashing Liquid of the Dead

    (although that first one is sounding scarier now that I think about it …)

  10. Sixth Sense and Sensibility

    “I see unmarried women. Walking around like regular women.”
    “How often do you see them?”
    “All the time…”

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