Schlocktoberfest IV: Haiku Reviews

Schlocktoberfest IV

Last year, I wrote a series of horror movie haikus that shed new light on classic villains. Not thinking of anything better to do before Schlocktoberfest IV kicks off today, let’s continue that noble tradition:

 

The Thing (1982)

Alien wakes up,
just tries to find a new home
Bullied by Brimley
Wilford Brimley cowboy

Night of the Living Dead (1968)

The dead live again
Wander around hopeless, sad
No place in this world
nightoftheliving-behindthescenes

Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

Meek monster finds love
but social prejudices
doom their short marriage
Bride of Frankenstein behind the scenes

Psycho (1960)

Boy loves his mother
Has a hard time letting go
Needs a cold shower
PSYCHO PERKINS

 Don’t forget to check out our past Schlocktoberfests!

Schlocktoberfest

Schlocktoberfest II: Electric Boo-galoo!

Schlocktoberfest III: The Search for Schlock

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