The list will update as the days pass.
Click on each image for an in-depth article on each film. Some of these are entirely new to me; others I’ve seen before.
Dig any? Hate some? Let me know on Twitter: @fathergore

Day 1 – Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh (1995)

Day 2 – Waxwork (1988)WAXWORK1

Day 3 – Dark Waters (1993)DW4

Day 4 – God Told Me To (1976)GOD3

Day 5 – Hell House LLC (2015)Hell House 4

Day 6 – The Houses October Built (2017)Screen Shot 2017-09-22 at 1.24.41 PM

Day 7 – House II: The Second Story (1987)HOUSE

Day 8 – Humongous (1982)Screen Shot 2017-10-03 at 2.35.05 AM

Day 9 – Night School (1981)Pic 2

Day 10 – Motel Hell (1980)MOTEL2

Day 11 – Popcorn (1991)POPCORN2

Day 12 – The Garlock Incident (2012)FullSizeRender (2)

Day 13 – Sole Survivor (1983)Screen Shot 2017-09-19 at 11.56.14 PM

Day 14 – TerrorVision (1986)TV4

Day 15 – The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016)AUTOPSY2

Day 16 – The Ghost Galleon (1974)Screen Shot 2017-10-15 at 2.47.59 PM

Day 17 – The Tunnel (2011)TUNNEL2

Day 18 – We Go On (2016)IMG_0370

Day 19 – Hellraiser (1987)Hellraiser3

Day 20 – Leatherface (2017)Screen Shot 2017-09-23 at 10.37.20 PM

Day 21 – Puppetmaster (1989)Screen Shot 2017-10-15 at 8.06.58 PM

Day 22 – The ‘Burbs (1989)Screen Shot 2017-10-21 at 10.55.09 PM

Day 23 – Absentia (2011)Screen Shot 2017-10-21 at 2.35.35 AM

Day 24 – Septic Man (2013)Screen Shot 2017-10-22 at 8.17.24 PM

Day 25 – Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon (2006)Screen Shot 2017-10-27 at 2.37.37 PM

Day 26 – Hounds of Love (2017)HOUNDSCover

Day 27 – Pumpkinhead (1988)Screen Shot 2017-10-27 at 4.07.31 PM

Day 28 – Subspecies (1991)SUBSPECIES1

Day 29 – Witchboard (1986)WB

Day 30 – Rabid (1977)Screen Shot 2017-10-30 at 2.16.03 PM

Day 31 – The Burning (1981)


I'm a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) graduate and a Master's student with a concentration in early modern literature and print culture. Although I've studied everything from Medieval literature onward, also spending an extensive time studying post-modern critical theory; I have a large interest in both Marshall McLuhan and Jean Baudrillard. I completed my Honours thesis on John Milton's Paradise Lost + the communal aspects of its conception, writing, and its later printing/publication. This thesis will serve as the basis for a book about Milton's authorship and his influence on pop culture (that continues to this day). My Master's program involves a Creative Thesis, which will be a full-length, semi-autobiographical novel. Author Lisa Moore is supervising the writing of this thesis. I'm already looking towards doing a dissertation for a PhD in 2019, focusing on early modern print culture in Europe and the constructions of gender identities. - I'm a film writer, author, and a freelance editor. My short stories have been printed in Canada and the U.S. I edited Newfoundland author Earl B. Pilgrim's latest novel The Adventures of Ernest Doane Volume I. Aside from that I have a short screenplay titled "New Woman" that went into post-production during early 2018. I was part of a pilot episode for "The Ship" on CBC; I told a non-fiction story of mine about my own addiction/alcoholism live for an audience with nine other storytellers. - Meanwhile, I'm writing more screenplays, working on editing a couple novels I've finished, and running this website/writing all of its content. I used to write for Film Inquiry frequently during 2016-17. I'm currently contributing to a new website launching in May 2018, Scriptophobic; my column is titled Serial Killer Celluloid. Contact me at or hit me up on Twitter (@fathergore) if you want to chat, collaborate, or have any questions for me. I'm also on Facebook at Cheers!

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