Dudes….is this wise? I mean, I never let that delusional hamster in here.
Dudes, can we seriously quit sounding like Fury and Flint and get with the program for the rest of the Spooktacular. It’s Halloween and time is running out.
For when you go to visit her blog…yes..
After Noelle invited you, Cat Cavendish invited you AND Lace Winter gave you a lovely blog award.
For your own safety…….I have shed buckets.
But, if you cannot find it in your hamstah hearts to welcome Noelle to the last post in the Spooktacular, well I shall just have to do it myself. AND swipe the blog award. AND have a hamstahs week.
I know. But as they say, it is not raining either. Now then, Noelle Clark is an Aussie author and a wonderful supporter of other authors.
In another few weeks she has a new book coming out, which I know she worried about ever seeing the light of day.
But you do, cos it’s not. Anyway Noelle isn’t here today to talk about that. What she drew out the cauldron wasn’t a recipe, it wasn’t an interview, it wasn’t a spooky place, or character. NO…What she drew was the following…
‘Whilst my generation of Aussies don’t really celebrate – or understand – Halloween, the younger generation are embracing the Trick or Treat fun with gusto.
These days, supermarkets are decorated in ‘scary’ stuff, pumpkins, and witches, and I have to ensure I buy some lollies to hand out to the local kids in my street. Heck, don’t want them to egg my car!
But if I had to choose the singular most scary movie that I’ve ever watched (through slits in my fingers because my hands covered my face), then I would choose……
Sorry dudes….the Australian movie Wolf Creek. Scared the you-know-what outta me!
There’s now Wolf Creek 2 out, but I haven’t seen it yet. Not sure I will either.’
Check out this trailer and see what you reckon.
And for more Australian Halloween-ish scary movies, check these out:
Happy Halloween everyone!!