I've been doing this for a bunch of years, it's a whole lot of fun but depending on the parameters, it can be a bit much for some folks. The basic idea is that you challenge yourself and friends to watch 31 horror movies over the course of the month of October, culminating in the best horror movie pick on Halloween night itself. There are ways you can go about it so the challenge is a little more difficult, so my friends and I added the caveat of only horror movies you haven't seen yet, so I'm watching 31 horror movies of varying quality from the past year and it helps if you lay off the genre fare for the few months prior lol. But you can do other things like "no sequels or remakes" or make it so you have to watch at least one movie from each decade and make yourself a bit of a bingo checklist, and it's a lot of fun and usually exposes you to at least a few hidden gems. I'd recommend hardcore horror movie fans try to take a bite out of this, I always enjoy myself and obviously you don't end up watching a movie every night and maybe pile-up a bunch of viewings over the course of a few Friday nights, so it's totally do-able and something different to try out for the jaded horror movie fan. Just thought I'd drop a thread here about it, since I don't think I've ever mentioned it and it's always a gas. Between Netflix, Shudder, Amazon and VOD, it's pretty easy to come up with a decent 31 before going into the deeper dives of buying on iTunes or an amazon purchase. If anybody is interested, I'll repost as I get through my watchlist. Enjoy.