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Shocktober Foreign Frights: Spain

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For our tribute to Spanish horror, we're focusing on the works of three of the country's best-known directors (Jesus Franco, Narciso Ibáñez Serrador, and Paul Naschy) as well as two newer talents, Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza.

Monday, October 6th: The Awful Dr. Orlof (1962) by Nate Yapp
Tuesday, October 7th: Dracula, Prisoner of Frankenstein (1972) by Julia Merriam
Wednesday, October 8th: Who Can Kill a Child? (1976) by Joseph Maddrey
Thursday, October 9th: Night of the Werewolf (1981) by Timothy J. Rush
Friday, October 10th: [REC] (2007) by Dan Haynes

Other Reviews of Spanish Horrors:

Hatchet for the Honeymoon (1970)
Vampyros Lesbos (1971)
She Killed in Ecstasy (1971)
Cannibal Man (1972)
Fury of the Wolfman (1972)
Return of the Evil Dead (1973)
Horror Express (1973)
Lisa and the Devil (1973)
Vengeance of the Zombies (1973)
The Ghost Galleon (1974)
Pieces (1982)
Alien Predator (1987)
Anguish (1987)
The Others (2001)
Dagon (2001)
The Devil's Backbone (2001)
28 Weeks Later (2007)

The Shocktober 2008 Schedule:

October 1st - 4th: Mexico / South America
October 5th - 11th: Spain
October 12th - 18th: Germany
October 19th - 25th: Southeast Asia
October 26th - 31st: Miscellaneous

Nice list. This reminds us of

Nice list. This reminds us of the famous horror films of all times. - Dennis Wong

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