31 Movies of Halloween (“31” Series)

This post contains affiliate links to Amazon.  Each title links to it’s movie.

Let me tell ya, this is an easy one! I know Freeform is doing  31 nights of movies. You’re welcome. Thanks to my man for jogging my memory and referencing some oddball ones.

If it’s a series, I’ll include all of them, right next to the title for you. If there’s a remake, same thing. All links should open up in a new tab for you. I hope you guys enjoy!

So here’s 31 movies that are Halloween, or spooky/scary:

Halloween (the series)
Hocus Pocus
Halloweentown (the series) (#2, High, Return to…)
Abe Lincoln Vampire Hunter
Nightmare Before Christmas
Boo! A Madea Halloween
It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
Scream (the series) (#2, #3, #4) (bundle pack for first 3)
Annabelle
Annabelle: Creation
The Conjuring (series) (#2)
The Last Exorcism
The Exorcism of Emily Rose
Friday the 13th
Nightmare on Elm Street (remake) (#2, #3, #4) (bundle)
Silent Hill (Revelation)
Mimic (#2, #3) (bundle)
The Crazies
IT (2017 remake)
The Clown
American Psycho (#2)
Saw (the series) (#2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7) (bundle)
The Hills Have Eyes (#2)
Hellraiser (the series) (#2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9)
The Reaping
Child’s Play (the series) (#2, #3, Bride of Chucky, Seed of Chucky, Curse of Chucky, Cult of Chucky)
Dawn of the Dead
Army of Darkness
Evil Dead (#2)
The Puppet Master (the series) (#2, #3, #4, #5, Curse of the Puppet Master, Retro Puppet Master, Puppet Master: the Legacy, Puppet Master: Axis of Evil, Puppet MAster: Axis Rising)
The Mist

What movies did you forget about from my list? What’s your favorite horror movie?

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Blog 2 Bank Review: 5 Day Facebook Challange

Yes, I’m still on Facebook. My personal page has turned into a recipe diary, animal videos, and a diary of when I do finally get to/decide to do things. I’m mostly involved in dog groups (living vicariously right now…one day babe and I will get a house to get ALL OF THE PUPPERS), cooking groups, among other groups. I’ve gotten into lifestyle groups lately, as well as a few blog groups, to see what that’s like.

Last week, in one of those groups. I think, someone shared that they were doing the Blog to bank 5 day challenge. So what did I do? Joined it. I looked at the daily emails, which had the general gist for each day, plus a few questions for self reflection on your own blog, relating to the topic of the day.

Each day had a little bit of a different theme, and sort of built on each other, but were good stand alone topics. It spanned from focusing on your niche to an email list, to where you wanted your end goal in mind, so you could work backwards, and make money on it.

The creator was Rachel Ngom (yea, try pronouncing that one guys!) from She’s Making an Impact. No I’m not sponsored to make this review (but I would be down for future ones, no lie!), but I just did it, to see what I could get out of it. One of my favorite little things from at least the email part, is her cute little titles for each day.

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Here’s what I got out of this free 5 day challenge, that was more a reflection series and learning series than anything:

-There’s always room to be more specific for your audience.
-Don’t be afraid to share parts of your story! Even if it may be a little off from your content, you can always make your story relateable!
-Have both a why and an end goal/ideal end in mind. It’ll help you through your unmotivated days, and when the haters want to hate.
-I got 4 ideas for blogs just from the questions, plus some other inspiration for future posts! (Expect them starting in November!)
-Ideas for upgrade-able content/sell-able content (free or paid worksheets, for here and on Etsy, easy access meal ideas, and the like)
-The most profitable way to earn money on a blog, is by offering a course/program. I’m thinking about a podcast/audio only version for cooking/recipes.

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Would you guys like an audio version of a cook book where there was an art gallery of the meals? Let me know in the comments! I’d love to know, truly.