Bewitching Trick-or-Treat Blog Hop

Aloha and welcome to my contribution to the Bewitching Trick-or-Treat Blog Hop. Thanks for stopping by.

Bewitching Trick-or-Treat Blog Hop
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Caveat Emptor 1: Charmed Lover AND Caveat Emptor 2: Trapped Lover


Caveat Emptor 3: Provoked Lover AND Caveat Emptor 4: Anguished Lover


– Men of Hawaii 2012 Calendar

– What movie (or TV show) do you love to watch to get you in the Halloween mood?

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– Answer the above question (include your name and email address) and you are entered to win PDF copies of TWO of my Caveat Emptor series novellas (written as Zenobia Renquist). You can meet Ryver and Theron in CE1 & CE2, or you can meet Sicily and Lamon in CE3 & CE4. PLUS, you will receive a Men of Hawaii 2012 calendar.

– Anyone can play: readers, authors, stateside, and international. You will need to provide a mailing address (if you win) in order to receive the calendar.

– Contest STARTS 28 October 2011 4:20AM EST and ENDS 01 November 2011 12:01AM EST. ONE winner will be announced on this blog on 01 November 2011.

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  1. I love to watch any scary movie like the originals of Halloween, Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm Street, etc. I used to watch The Shining, but lately it has really scared, especially if I was alone πŸ™‚


  2. Huge fan of horror. In fact, sad but true, I am the only one in my immediate family that loves and enjoys watching horror movies/shows.. Right now the ones I love are the Halloween series, True Blood and the American Horror Story.


  3. Eva – Those are all good choices. I don't think I've watched The Shining all the way through. Maybe I should.

    Trinity – H20 was my favorite Halloween just because it joined old and new. I love pretty much every Dracula movie — Bram Stoker's Dracula, Dracula 2000, Prince of Darkness, Blade Trinity… etc.

    Anya – I love horror movies too. The hubby and I are planning a horror movie watching night this Halloween. For us, it's more the comedic value. We both have inappropriate senses of humor and like to laugh at the stupid people dying. πŸ˜›

    Lisa – I haven't seen Poltergiest in forever. I need to watch it again. Sorry you're not a fan of horror. Not everyone is. But at least you have given it a chance.

    Thanks all for stopping by.

    Have a happy Halloween.

    ~ Renee

  4. My favorite scary Halloween movie is Halloween with Jamie Lee Curtis. It still scares me, but I still pull out the DVD and watch it every Halloween. LOL
    Having a blast hopping with you! It’s great visiting with old friends and finding new authors and books to add to my wish list.

    Thank you for being part of the hop AND for the chance to win!

    reneebennett35 at yahoo dot com

  5. Andrea – That's too bad. But thanks for stopping by and commenting.

    Renee – Yes, the Halloween movies are a must at Halloween. It's in the title. πŸ˜›

    Jennifer – I love watching The Stand during cold and flu season. A Stephen King marathon is a great idea.

    Wanda – I know a lot about those two movies from the previews and pop culture but have never actually watched any of them. Maybe I should this Halloween.

    Thanks all for stopping by.

    ~ Renee

  6. I've watched a lot of horror movies, but the only scary one I ever cared to watch again was House, released in 1986 with William Katt of Greatest American Hero fame. I always felt that the comedic elements kept it from being nightmare material.

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  7. Marianne – “Ghost” did have some scary elements. Those soul eater things freaked me out and made me happy I wasn't dead. πŸ˜›

    Jennifer – Yes the classics are always good.

    Kathryn – I have seen the cover for this movie hundreds of times but never actually watched it. I should give it a try. Thanks for the suggestion.

    Julianne – The Great Pumpkin is a Halloween classic. Have you seen “The Halloween Tree?” It's an animated movie where kids learn about the history and meaning of Halloween while trying to save their friend's life. Very good and highly recommend it.

    Thanks all for stopping by,

    ~ Renee

  8. Mnjcarter – I couldn't agree more. Horror movies now are all about the gross out rather than the scary. It's why I've switched to Asian horror when I want a good scare. Now that is sick and twisted in a psychological way. They go for gore too but it's still high on the scary. Plus Asian horror doesn't have the same rules as US horror. No one is safe, not even the main character.

    Thanks for stopping by.

    ~ Renee

  9. Soneni – The original is good. I enjoyed the remake. I enjoyed even more seeing Robert Englund in person. Very interesting guy.

    Gloria – I love Nightmare Before Christmas. It's a multi-seasonal/holiday movie. You can watch it starting in October and keep on watching it straight through December. Very good thinking on Tim Burton's part.

    Thanks for stopping by,

    ~ Renee

  10. I like to watch Hocus Pocus, Practical Magic, It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown or Casper. I'm not big on the scary/horro movies. I hope that you have a happy Halloween.
    jessangil at gmail dot com
    -Jessica B

  11. JoAnne – I love LOVE that episode. It ranks amongst my all time favorites. I have to trot that out today too.

    Fingers – I've never watched that show, but that's appropriate for the season.

    Fedora – The horror genre isn't for everyone. But Charlie Brown is always welcome for every holiday.

    Jessica – Practical Magic is a great choice along with the others.

    Thanks all for stopping by and I hope you have/had a happy Halloween.

    ~ Renee

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