With the coming holiday, Halloween, what movie(s) would you most likely watch to get you into the holiday mood? We have all done it, time and time again…..watched the movie when it’s on local tv with the commercials and edits to the movie made. Why do this to yourselves again this year? Why not watch them uninterrupted and in spectacular surround sound?
Premium Audio knows nothing builds suspense better when leading up to the frightening scenes like having the erie sound of the theme soundtrack echoing thru the surround and side speakers (if you have a 7.1 channel surround sound). How about the bass pounding effects that can only accurately be produced by your subwoofer(s)? Let’s not forget of course setting the mood right before the movie even begins. To do this you need to make sure the room is super dark with only a glimmer of light to find the popcorn and drinks without creating any distracting glare. Of course, you also will need a surround sound setup to truly enjoy it.
There are many ways to enjoy a movie now. Here are just some of the ways you can do this: pop in a DVD, or Blu-Ray, or stream it from a subscription service like Netflix, Vudu, or Hulu, or subscribe to a Premium Channel (for example HBO or Showtime). The point is there are options…more options then ever before on how to watch a movie, so why settle for the edited and interrupted way?
There are so many great Halloween themed movies having been created over time. Some favorites come to mind as I sit here and write this. Below is my list (in no particular order), but what is yours? What are the best Halloween Movies to watch and hear?
- A Nightmare on Elm Street series
- Scream series
- Halloween series
- The Exorcist
- The Shining
- House on Haunted Hill
- Night of the Living Dead
- House of a 1000 corpses
- Pet Semetary
- Phantasm series
- Sleepy Hollow
- Friday the 13th series
- Hellraiser series
- Children of the Corn
- The Amityville Horror
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