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Top 5 Valentine’s Day Horror Films

The Hallmark holiday of hearts, chocolates, and blood is finally here! If you’re looking for something a little more stomachable than an ACTUAL hallmark Valentine’s Day Movie, this list is for you! Learn more about the best Valentine’s Day Horror Movies.

Honest Pop Culture cultivates the best of the best when it comes to films. Learn and find out the ranking for It Follows, Hellraiser, Natural Born Killers, My Bloody Valentine, Valentine, and our honorable mention.

If you want a BDSM horror movie, a Sexually Transmitted Demon, or a couple of mass murderers, you’ll find the niche you want to watch this February 14th. Like, comment, share and subscribe! Follow our meme page on Facebook here all about pop culture: https://www.facebook.com/HonestPCPosters/ Horror on Valentine’s Day is just as important as flowers or chocolates, so indulge yourself!

 

Warm Bodies – Not just a Zombie Twilight

Warm Bodies (2013) has been looped in with the Twilight Franchise ever since the first movie poster appeared, but this movie has much more to offer than any Twilight film. Being a skeptic from the get go my heart did eventually warm up to the idea of a Zom-Rom-Com, most likely because of the catchy TV spots with that damn Black Keys song that is impossible to get out of your head.

(Said song being Lonely Boy, which is even catchier than the TV spot.)

Warm Bodies is easily a modern day, zombiefied, loose adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, so for viewers and critics who claim this is just zombies cashing in on Twilight are seriously missing some cultural background. The main characters are even named Julie and R. R being the zombie love interest (who is hot regardless of the fact that he is dead) can not remember his full name, all he knows is that it begins with an R. Sadly, as much as the overall film screams (or moans) Romeo and Juliet I had not caught on to it until a certain balcony scene. It should have been realized after he couldn’t retrieve his full name and Julie went through a list of ‘R’ names. Continue reading