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October 2008

October 2008

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FROM the Founder
Halloween is by far my favorite holiday to celebrate. I’ve always been interested in mythology and folklores from all cultures especially from Mexico where the traditions and elaborate heritage expresses through a celebration annually on the first and second day in the month of November called “Day of the Dead” which is translated into Spanish “Día de los Muertos” (see Salma Hayek in Frida).

I can recall numerous times in my youth when I use to be terrified by watching horror
FROM the Founder
Halloween is by far my favorite holiday to celebrate. I’ve always been interested in mythology and folklores from all cultures especially from Mexico where the traditions and elaborate heritage expresses through a celebration annually on the first and second day in the month of November called “Day of the Dead” which is translated into Spanish “Día de los Muertos” (see Salma Hayek in Frida).

I can recall numerous times in my youth when I use to be terrified by watching horror

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FROM the Founder
Halloween is by far my favorite holiday tocelebrate. I’ve always been interested inmythology and folklores from all culturesespecially from Mexico where thetraditions and elaborate heritageexpresses through a celebration annuallyon the first and second day in the monthof November called “
Day of the Dead 
which is translated into Spanish “
Día delos Muertos” 
(see Salma Hayek in
Frida
).I can recall numerous times in my youth when I use to be terrified by watchinghorrorfilms, a specific film that use to terrify me greatly was the 1973, TheExorcist; I had seen the film at the age of six. Was I terrified? Absolutely, I wasMonte Pictures© was founded by Javier Abraham Serrano in San Diego, Californiain the year 2007. In his quest to pursue a career in filmmaking, Mr. Serranocomposed a monthly newsletter to express visually his passion for cinema to allvariety of audiences. In his non-published autobiography, “What a Life,” he stated,“If I could achieve this dream and goal of mine to open a film studio – MontePictures, then it is obviously possible for anyone to achieve their dreams.
JavierAbrahamSerrano
terrified. I remember when my sister had to write a review on a film and shechose to watch “The Exorcist” let’s just say she could not sleep for three days.Four years ago, I had the courage to watch the film by myself. The film wasextremely excellent and under the circumstances that the films is based onactual events, based on a young boy not a girl in the film’s version. This issue willcontain fewer pages from previous months, but my goal for this issue is toexpress the best horror films to date and the subject and history of the 1974Amityville Massacre which left a family of six dead. I would like to conclude mymessage by saying great health to you and your family.
 
This film gave me nightmares for years, just look at the mask.Halloween launched Jamie Lee Curtis to stardom; she is the daughter of Janet Leigh, theill-fated guest at the Bates Motel in Alfred Hitchcocks masterpiece “Psycho.On Halloweennight 1963, six-year-old Michael Myers stabs his seventeen-year-old sister Judith Myers todeath at their home in Haddonfield, Illinois. His parents are in the state of shock from theirson’s cruelty behavior, they send him to Smith’s Grove where he is supervised under the careof child psychiatrist Dr. Sam Loomis (Donald Pleasance) .Eight years of unsuccessful treatment, Dr. Loomis tries to keep Myers locked up in thesanitarium center where he will be soon prosecuted as an adult. Myers escapes fromSmith Grove, steals a car and returns to Haddonfield. Dr. Loomis knows exactly where Myerswill be heading. Laurie Strode, seventeen, is adopted by a local family in Haddonfield andchanges her last name. Laurie, at school, becomes eerie when a man wearing a white maskwatches over her from across the street.

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