#VundaHalloweenAthon Day 27: "Graveyard Shift"

 


#VundaHalloweenAthon Day 27: "Graveyard Shift"

Any movie that features a cemetery or graveyard scene in it is perfect for today. Bonus Pumpkin Points if the plot of the movie revolves around a cemetery or graveyard. 

Here's our watchlist for today...


D-Rock: 
-The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988) directed by Wes Craven - 1h 38m - Peacock
-Poltergeist (1982) directed by Tobe Hooper - 2h - HBO Max
-Nightbreed (1990) directed by Clive Barker - 2h - Peacock, YouTube
-Phantasm (1979) directed by Don Coscarelli - 1h 29m - Shudder (JBB), Peacock
-Grave Robbers (1989) directed by Ruben Galindo, Jr. - 1h 28m - Shudder
-Pet Sematary (1989) directed by Mary Lambert - 1h 42m


Stephen & Dani: 
-Sleepy Hollow (1999) directed by Tim Burton - 1h 45m 
-Cemetery Man (1994) directed by Michelle Soavi - 1h 40m
-Mortuary (1983) directed by Howard Avedis - 1h 31m - PlutoTV, Tubi, Shudder
-Spookies (1986) directed by Brendan Faulkner, Thomas Doran, & Genie Jospeh - 1h 25m - Shudder

Tell us about your picks on social media by tagging @Vundacast or @Vundablog and #VundaHalloweenAthon in your tweets or posts.


Our official #VundaHalloweenAthon art that feature Freddy, Captain Spaulding, and Sheetar was done by Josh Stifter who is not only an artist but a filmmaker. If you subscribe to his Flush Studios Patreon you can access great behind the scenes content and his short films which could fit many of our themes. He has two feature length films: The Good Exorcist is a comedic horror film made for $7000 under the supervision of Robert Rodriguez available on TromaNOW (perfect for "Blood Baths" or "Elevated Horror of the 2010's" day) or his Hubbie Award winning second feature film Greywood's Plot (perfect for "Black & White" or "Monster Mania" day) a film about friendship, cryptids and making a monster, out now thanks to Terror Films on digital and Tubi.




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