Stevie raves about a whole bunch of films, instead of sticking to the 5*5 rule! Grrr. Arrg.
While the reputation of this film has been coloured slightly by the loss of director Michael Reeves at a young age, it remains a cult classic.
First off - happy birthday Stevie!
And here's her review of Shaun of the Dead.
A flop on its release - and apparently used as roadfill! - The Wicker Man is a pagan folk horror curiousity that has endured over the years.
It is easy to understand why the film remained one of Christopher Lee's personal career favourites.
It's the Exorcist - what more do you want!
Stevie revisits Friedkin's classic for her latest Halloween Horror Bite.
Jordan Peele's Get Out feels like a horror chamber piece Shirley Jackson and Ralph Ellison maybe put together during the writing of The Invisible Man. It is timely, brilliantly unnerving and heralds the arrival of a new horror director with a vision.
It's also Emmet's third Halloween horror pick.
Before bringing about the downfall of Asgard in Thor: Ragnarok, Taika Waititi gave us - Wellington. Or Vellington, as this Kiwi horror comedy depicts the town as being overflowing with supernatural creatures. Stevie explains her love of What We Do In The Shadows.
For his second horror flick recommendation, Emmet makes the case for George Romero's Night of the Living Dead. Not just a classic of the zombie genre, but a game-changer for independent cinema as well.
For the second Hallowee Horror Bite Stevie chooses Tremors - and gives a sneaky shout-out to Irish horror flick Grabbers.
Hereditary is our first pick for this Halloween season. Not just a good scary flick, but a genuine horror classic.
This year we're trying something different. From now until Halloween, Hopscotch Friday will be posting short reviews of our personal favourite horror films - in case you're looking for something to watch over the season.
This episode we review - Damien Chazelle's biopic of Neil Armstrong First Man, Tom Hardy's cannibal alien flick Venom, and the latest adaptation of Nick Hornby 'Juliet, Naked'.
And we also shout-out Fearscape from Vault Comics, by Ryan O'Sullivan and Ram V.