|Posted by Anna H. on December 10, 2016 at 6:30 AM|
How's it going my gumdrops? Have you done any Christmas shopping yet? Since Wednesday, I have been feverishly shopping for family and friends. By the late morning or sometime this afternoon, I will be going on another shopping spree.
In between shopping sprees, I did manage to update some more blogs for this month. There is 1 Cartoon Sunday blog in particular, that took me forever to update. Every time I was in the middle of updating it to re-share with you all, I started dosing off behind the screen. That's how busy I have been, lately.
Honestly, I have not been on the go this much, since my early 20's. That was 12-15 years ago. Hopefully, everyone will be pleased with what was bought for them.
Meanwhile, a gumdrop sent me this article from Bloody Disgusting on Wednesday. In this article, John Squires (author) listed the 5 Best Christmas Horror Movies Of All Time.
Reading this article was quite fascinating because some of these movies I have already watched and reviewed within these last 2-3 years.
Considering how busy I am at the moment and because I mentioned Christmas Horror Movies, it is only fair to revisit a previous Song Saturday, that is bone chilling. As my veteran gumdrops and newcomers already know, Silent Night, Deadly Night was the most controversial Christmas Slasher from the Slasher Horror genre, during the '80s.
If you are in the mood to embrace the Santaphobia rather than be bored to sleep by all the traditional Christmas Music on the radio stations and stores, you may want to listen to the LP for Silent Night, Deadly Night. This has '80s Christmas Slasher Music etched all over it. The link is below.
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