questionswhat tv/movie does fall put you in the mood for?

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Walking Dead and Dexter!
We usually watch the Shining or Dawn of the Dead too.

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This season I can't wait for American Horror Story. One week away!!!!

Walking Dead, Boardwalk Empire, Dexter are all up there as well. But nothing beats AHS!

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i agree with the walking dead. i also can't resist watching hocus pocus every time it comes on tv.

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@pemberducky: YES. THIS.

And scary movies, of course.

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My kids and I usually do the Lord of the Rings trilogy leading up to winter, this year especially leading up to the Hobbit. I also enjoy bundling up and watching some scary movies I've missed over the years, Netflix is good for this purpose

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@the18thtee84: scary movies needs to be more specific!

Scary is in the eye of the beholder, mind you.

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I really like getting into something like Any Given Sunday, Friday Night Lights, and maybe even Rudy. The Program is sort of a guilty pleasure, too. Oh man, I totally want to watch Necessary Roughness now.

YOU BETTER HAVE IT, NETFLIX.

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@gatzby: oooo now i wanna watch The Longest Yard/Waterboy.
<3 dan patrick cameos!

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@gatzby: I picked up Necessary Roughness at Walmart a while back for $5. :)

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I like watching CORPSE BRIDE around this time of year. I'm also looking forward to Tim Burton's new film FRANKENWEENIE.

On Netflix I've been watching the first season of ONCE UPON A TIME. Not frightening, but it's fairly tale milieu does offer creepy undertones in some episodes. I'm looking forward to season 2.

Although my overall favorite scary movie is POLTERGEIST. I can watch that anytime. Of course, I won't be able to sleep for a few days, but it is definitely worth it.

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@sully51: Is that the college football movie with Scott Bakula? I love that film. Truly a guilty pleasure.

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@thetexastwister: Yeah, ONCE can be creepy and fluffy at the same time!

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"The Nightmare Before Christmas" goes into heavy rotation this month, and stays out until Christmas.

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I second "The Nightmare Before Christmas." It gets an extra-long period of 'in season' because it can count as either a Halloween or Christmas movie.

Not quite time yet, but I'll be breaking out "The Muppet Christmas Carol" soon.

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The original Halloween movie.

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I'm also in the mood for THE MUNSTERS. Goofy fun for Halloween.

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The Trouble WIth Harry. And I start wanting to watch Scooby Doo cartoons with breakfast.

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Not a movie, but it's a tradition: It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown