Saturday, September 29, 2018


Hello, friends and fellow fiends! It’s that time of year again, when shadows grow deeper, sweet tooths grow longer, and autumn leaves rustle just a little louder....

It’s time for SCARE-A-THON 2018.

As many of you know, for the past several years I have dedicated my October viewing energies to various organizations deserving of some TLC (Terror Lovin’ Care). Thanks to generous, like-minded souls, we have raised thousands of dollars for over two dozen different groups. This year, I have selected Resilience (formerly Rape Victim Advocates), dedicated to "empowering survivors and ending sexual violence." I think we can all agree it's a topic on many people's minds these days, and here is an easy, tangible way to be part of the solution.

In years past, my goal has been to watch as many movies as possible in the spirit of a walk-a-thon or read-a-thon. This year, I am dialing it back a little, aiming for a humble 31 films, one for each day of the scariest month of the year.

I am asking for your support, pledging whatever amount you deem suitable. If you are able to pledge $2 for every movie, that would be a total of $62. $1 = $31, $.50 = $15.50, $.25 = 7.75, and so on, or you can use nice round numbers if that's more your speed. (All donations are tax-deductible.)

Here is an easy link to make your donation online anytime from now throughout the month of October:

If you would prefer to pay by cash or check, please contact me at and we can easily make arrangements.

That’s it! As in years past, I will be documenting my progress here on the HORROR 101 with Dr. AC blog, so please stop by and see how we’re doing (and maybe get a few recommendations for your own fright nights)! If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to drop me a line here at Also, please, please, please feel free to share the link (and your own good juju) throughout your social circles, online and off. More helping hands are better than fewer....

Thanks for your time! Wishing everyone a happy and healthy Halloween season!

Caring through scaring,



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