Hello again lil spooky friends! Since making an article about some of my favorite more modern horror films, I thought I'd give a top 10 classic horror films! Since these are going to be the more well known ones, I won't be including the spook level or those types of things from last time but I'll give a brief synopsis for each film.
As you may have noticed we are entering into the spooky season! Horror movies on sale for 5 dollars, pumpkin spice everything, it's honestly pretty hard to miss. So, I thought in order to contribute, I would compile a list of the horror/thriller movies I enjoy/feel others might recommend to give you tons of choices to pick from when wanting a good movie for the Halloween season!
I'll also include a brief description, category of horror it falls under, and a rating from 1-10 of how scary/disturbing it is/I feel it would be for others.
These are in no particular order but I hope you find one you may also enjoy! I should also add, my 'spook levels' may be off as I've watched a lot of horror, so I'll try to base them around how someone that doesn't watch a ton of horror would react but I may be off.
Trigger warning: Article contains film posters with sharps / blood / clowns
I am going to start off this article by saying this isn’t kitten play related as it can be applied to anyone’s relationships or friendships as distance affects anyone it isn’t limited.
I have recently left home to attend a university three hours away and as such I have had to deal with leaving my family, boyfriend and friends behind, now I know what you’re thinking, why choose a university so far from home if you didn’t want to leave anyone behind?
Good question, but put simply I chose this uni as it’s the best in the UK for Forensic Science. As much as I love everyone back home I know they will always support me, so ultimately I chose this university to give me the best opportunity to get the career I desire. Due to me being so far from home I can only see my partner and family once every two or sometimes three weeks so it can be hard to adjust from seeing them more or less every day to once or twice a month.
As people (like me) are entering a new school year or possibly are just dealing with general stresses in everyday life or the workplace, I thought I'd just piece together a couple of options and ideas for how to relax when needed. I combined some general one as well as some more kitten-centric ones!