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Our horror expert suggests some insomnia-inducing scary movies for a creepy night in

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Celebrating Halloween at home is a great idea—it’s easier, cheaper, and much more comfortable than another night of drinks, cover charges, and late-night cab fare (with costumes!). Now that you’ve decided to lose the bad decisions but keep the festivities, you’re going to need a plan; and no Halloween-night-in plan is complete without a scary movie marathon.

We’ve enlisted Washington's Spooky Movie Film Festival founder Curtis Prather for his recommendations on what to watch. Prather is also co-author of Underpants of the Dead (a zombie horror-comedy from DarkHart Press), and a Telly award-winning producer and filmmaker. Check out his list for a spine-tingling horror movie marathon here.

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