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The Month in Film: October 2013

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School is inching to a close, but amidst midterms and papers it’s been a pretty slow month for moving watching.  I watched about a movie a day, which is weak for me.  If you missed out on any of my reviews, click the handy links and you can catch up on my month in film.

1. A Bay of Blood

2. Gravity

3. Home on the Range

4. On the Riviera

5. The Little Mermaid*

6. Five Dolls for an August Moon

7. Chicken Little*

8. The Stranger

9. Curse of Chucky

10. This is the End*

11. Creature From the Black Lagoon*

12. Before Midnight

13. The Devil Bat

14. This is Spinal Tap*

15. Night Tide

16. Carrie (2013)

17. Meet the Robinsons*

18. Only God Forgives

19. Ain’t Them Bodies Saints

20. Kick-Ass 2

21. I Married a Monster From Outer Space

22. Dracula’s Daughter

23. The Beast With Five Fingers

24. Night of the Living Dead*

25. The Ghost & Mr. Chicken

26. The Counselor

27. Bolt*

28. The Phantom of the Opera (1925)

29. The Uninvited

30. Blackfish

31. The Rocky Horror Picture Show*

32. I Married a Witch*

TOTALS:

32 films watched in October

10 were rewatches

22 were first-time viewings

4 were theatrical releases

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Kristen Lopez View All

A freelance film critic whose work fuels the Rotten Tomatoes meter. I've been published on The Hollywood Reporter, Remezcla, and The Daily Beast. I've been featured in the L.A. Times. I currently run two podcasts, Citizen Dame and Ticklish Business.

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