We hope everyone had a fantastic Halloween! Filled with goblins, ghouls, candy, and most importantly, your favorite scary movies! If you’re sad that it’s all over, don’t despair! Stay awhile and read our winning contest entries from last month’s spooktacular Scary Movie Contest!
Congrats to the winners and thanks again to everyone who took the time to enter! Check out November’s contest for more chances to write and win!
Scary Movie Contest Prompt:
To celebrate the month of October, we’re asking you to write a short story inspired by your favorite scary movie. The only thing we ask, is that you include in your story at least one famous quote from the movie itself. Please put quotation marks around the quote in the story and include the name of the movie that was your inspiration. You have 1000 words. Good luck and happy writing!
First Place Winner
The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967)
By Paula St. Paul
You should have never worn that dress, said the count and stuck his fangs into her boob. She was a red knockout and unconscious. The pain made her screech and jerk but she was not awakened.
Children, come and feast, he said to his minions who were bald and like overgrown children. They tore her on the floor and the minute she woke up, her ribcage and heart were torn apart and she fell dead. The cross she had worn came off.
“Oy vey, have you got the wrong vampire,” said the count and gazed from his window, far above from the tower of his medieval castle, how the rescuers rushed with their horse carriages to the scene through the icy tundra. They would be next. Dumb schmucks!
(The movie: The Fearless Vampire Killers. 1967)
Paula St. Paul (1982) a.k.a. Paula Puolakka is the author of CAIN, The Garden of Eden, and ADAM. Her first book “Näkymättömän naisen isku” was Beat poetry and published to celebrate Finland’s 100 years of independence.
The inspiration for the piece:
I’m not a fan of horror movies, to tell you the truth. They are only scary if you are too fixated with your own mind. The Fearless Vampire Killers, however, made an impact when I was a kid. The scene with Sharon Tate taking a bath in a “safe place” and snow suddenly starting to sprinkle on her as the vampire found a way to get to her through the roof window, it was great. The film is quirky and full of awkward humor. Since I have studied Judaism and also worked for a Jewish paper, I felt comfortable showing a glimpse of my personal past in this piece, too.
Social link: https://www.facebook.com/paula.st.paul.71
Second Place Winner
Welcome to My House
By Chirayu Writer
“Theme for Halloween”
Bold is a cold of night
Hold to fold for the time,
It’s Autumn season
Plays Halloween tonight
To bright your theme for all that might”.
There is a day where I rule at night,
no matter how we plan to bring all faces to realistic
Which Is waiting to clinch you inside out for a whole night?
Welcome to my Scary Halloween Party Night:
“Welcome to my house…”
The Theme for the night is a mysterious hut with a creepy to illusion active lights of reflection blurred of an eerie mask. Hence, it’s a creature for Demon spiritual faces to make it a ready quote label for the Party night, will mark out to be the Best Halloween night.
I bet this party will be an intriguing later on by spooky glamorous at night with the Cracked game of all time.
Date: 31st Oct at 11 pm
Venue: Hallow Town of Stuffy street
Costume: Creepy Hat with a Long Spooky Coat dual colors — usually red and black & blurry abstract tattoos at the end of the party as a complimentary of the night…
Menu card name :
Special Spooky Party Menu
Blood Soup with Cheese Croutons
Fried Nail with elbow Cluster
Twisted leg With crispy Shoulder
Roasted Pepper teeth with Blood drink
King Nose Sizzler with Sticky Ears.
Pudding Skin Custard Creme
At the end, you will get a chance to meet the most beautiful Halloween girl of the night for an hour. So plan for it to Rome to comb your fairytale inside your arm and enjoy the night.
Hope u have enjoyed my Invitation card.. so plz dare to come & enjoy the scary night to remain until the next time.
“Once again…welcome to my house ( Bram Stoker’s Dracula).