We closed out Giallovember and as promised, I wanted to pass along Rob’s movie picks for the month. (Giallo + November=Giallovember, which is nestled neatly between Horror + October and the Holiday Classics/not-so-classics of December) For those of you interested in movies or those of you tired of the drab selections on Netflix, …
Food Flix Cinema
Like many, fall is the season Rob and I love the most. The leaves change and drop, the high temps disappear, and the wildlife changes patterns. We sit quietly as Nature prepares for dormancy and we make our own preparations for the colder months ahead.
Being in Maine for nearly a year has taught us a great number of lessons. I take little for granted now, given power outages, new insects, failing wells, and erratic weather patterns. We now have a generator, a Water Bob filled with water in a spare bathtub, and plenty of snow-salt for winter. Studded snow tires are on next week’s agenda.
Fall was short this year, though no shorter than I remember it being in NC or NY… it’s never long enough, in my books.
If you know Rob at all, you know he’s a horror movie fan. He doesn’t just watch movies or wear horror movie t-shirts though – he studies them. He knows multiple obscure movies and genres, studies directors, watches documentaries on filming and style, and researches the movie industry heavily. You may even know he’s written & directed a few short horror films of his own.
What you may not know is that every October is a special month for him…