13th - The Objective (Myrick, 2008) (this was a late substitution for The Return of Count Yorga. I just couldn't face any more bloody Yorga), and then my late-night double-bill was Friday the 13th part VI: Jason Lives (Mclaughlin, 1986) and Friday the 13th (Nispel, 2009), what with it being the appropriate day and all. My favourites from the Friday the 13th franchise are The Final Chapter (Zito, 1984), A New Beginning (Steinmann, 1985) and the delightfully daft Jason X (Isaac, 2001) but part VI and the 2009 reboot were the pair I felt were most in need of a re-watch.
14th - The outstandingly crap/magnificent (crapnificent?) Robot Monster (Tucker, 1953), plus a double-bill of The Last Exorcism (Stamm, 2010) and The Last Exorcism part II (Gass-Donnelly, 2013).
15th - My creature-feature was one of the greats: The original King Kong (Cooper/Schoedsack, 1933), followed up that night with The Exorcism of Emily Rose (Derrickson, 2005) and horror grand-daddy The Exorcist (Friedkin, 1973). Why so many exorcism movies over 24 hours? The power of Christ compelled me!
16th - I missed my creature-feature for Monday (it was supposed to be Haruyasu Noguchi's 1967 kaiju pic Monster From a Prehistoric Planet aka Gappa: The Triphibian Monster) but I still caught my double-bill, It Follows (Mitchell, 2014) and A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (Amirpour, 2014), neither of which I loved quite as much as I did the last time I saw them. Hm. Maybe I wasn't in the mood for them.
Yesterday - My creature-feature was the dismal Creature From the Haunted Sea (Corman, 1961) and my double-bill was The Cabin in the Woods (Goddard, 2011) and The Midnight Meat Train (Kitamura, 2008), both of which I enjoyed quite a bit more than I did the last time I saw them. Hm. Maybe I was properly in the mood for them.
Today, I've just finished the f*ckawful but amiable enough The Killer Shrews (Kellogg, 1959), and tonight I shall be tucking into a pair of Stephen King pics from 2007: The Mist (Darabont) and 1408 (Håfström). We've only just beguuuuuuuuun...