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31 Days of Halloween

Adventures in Movies! Looks at… ‘To Your Last Death’

Looking at the rare animated horror that is not family friendly.

Welcome to another installment of 31 Days of Halloween! This is our chance to set the mood for the spookiest and scariest month of the year as we focus our attention on horror and Halloween fun. For the month of October we’ll be sharing various pieces of underappreciated scary books, comics, movies, and television to help keep you terrified and entertained all the way up to Halloween.


The gang from Adventures in Movies! watches a lot of films. Every once in a while they see one they want to talk a little more about. Welcome to Adventures in Movies! Looks at…

This week, we start 31 Days of Halloween with a look at a rare adult targeted animated horror. Danny, Blake, and Nathaniel look at TO YOUR LAST DEATH. The story is about a woman who survives a brutal attack and relives the night over and over again. If you like GROUNDSHOG DAY but did not think it was violent enough, then this may be the movie for you. The three talk about the lack of animated horror that is not family friendly, horror tropes that always work, and animation.

INTERVIEW WITH DANI LENNON FOUND HERE

 

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