Several years running now, I guess I can call it a tradition now. The wife is adept to the traditional fare, but I was never into the imaginary monsters/killers. The real ones scare me enough to borrow.

Not a drop of blood. No cutlery other than the silverware on the table and only used for the feast, but never fails to give me the chills. If you have not watched it, do so. It is available in Amazon Prime Video and I think also in Netflix.

 

 

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

7 thoughts on “My Official Halloween Movie.”
  1. Really good movie. What’s most scary to me is how “businesslike” it all is. The discussion of mass murder by the millions is discussed in such calm, pleasant tones. This is what evil looks like. Everyone should see this film.

  2. This movie is EXTRAORDINARY and I watch it annually also.
    Knowledge such as this movie should be mandatory in schools. We’re too busy calling each other “Nazi’s” these days to learn anything truthful.

  3. Tuvia Tenebom, in his book “I Sleep in Hitler’s Room”. says that Wannsee is now a big honeymoon spot.
    How the hell did that happen?
    “Honey, where do you want to go after the wedding?”
    “Oh, do you know what would be wonderful? How about that place where they planned the Endlosung?”
    “That sounds great! I’ll make reservations tonight!”

      1. My copy is around here somewhere. I’ll see if I can dig it up and see if the text matches my memory.

  4. Concur.
    Excellent production.
    But I watch it in the winter, around he anniversary of the actual meeting.

    Should be required viewing to pass history and civics, and get a h.s. diploma.

    The tagline says it all:
    The banality of evil.

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