Monday, September 17, 2012

Genre Favorites Blogfest




Alex J. Cavanaugh is hosting the Genre Favorites Blogfest ... One blogfest, four favorites! List your favorite genre of movie, music, books, and a guilty pleasure genre from any of the three categories! Click on the pic to check out other participating bloggers.

My choices:

Movie - Tie between comedy and horror 
Music - pop rock
Books - (young adult) romance 
Guilty pleasure - cheesy horror. I know it's probably more of a subgenre, but it fits perfect for this choice. :D


Thanks for stopping by and thanks to Alex for another cool blogfest!




50 comments:

  1. I'm all for comedies but it is very rare that I make it through a horror movie. Too much of a chicken, I guess.

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    1. Hey, I'm chicken, too! LOL I watch a majority of them through my fingers, but I still love them!

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  2. I used to be able to sit through horrors. Then I just couldn't.
    My other half watches them all the time and, although I cannot see the screen all that well while at the computer, I have to leave the room as soon as they start.

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    1. Some are so flippin' scary, but I can't help but watch... through my fingers. hehe

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  3. Yay! High-five on choosing YA as the fav book genre. It was my pick as well.

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    1. Awesome! Great minds and all that. :D

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  4. comedy & horror! what a combo! and i believe their offspring is cheesy horror! ha!
    great choices!

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  5. I love cheesy horror too. It's fun to laugh at how silly it is.

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    1. You're right! And there's something about laughing and yelling at the same time. :)

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  6. Horror was my favorite movie genre, too. I enjoy the cheesy ones, but I really love the ones that make me cringe AND laugh.

    I enjoyed reading about your favorite genres,
    Jocelyn

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  7. Haha - Cheesy horror. Good guilty pleasure.

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  8. Horror!!! I need a movie night out!

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  9. have you see, tuck and dale vs. evil... that is a mixture of comedy/horror.

    Jeremy [Retro-Zombie]
    Howlin' Wolf Records: On-Line Magazine

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    1. No, I haven't seen that one, but thanks for mentioning it. I'll have to check that one out!

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  10. And there's lots of cheesy horror out there to satisfy any fan.
    Thanks for participating in my blogfest!

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  11. I mean, horror of any type is not really my thing. I enjoyed seeing what you liked for your favorite genres.

    www.modernworld4.blogspot.com

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  12. I chose a subgenre for my guilty pleasure, too. :P

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  13. Great picks! We have a lot in common. lol

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  14. Great list! I'm not much of a horror fan, although I have a few that I watch over and over again - like the Lost Boys. :D

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  15. Cheesy horror movies like Blacula? Or remember Eddie Murphy's cheesy vamp flick? Too funny.

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    1. Vampire in Brooklyn? Eddie Murphy is hilarious!

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  16. Cheesy horror! I love it! Too fun. Fun list... this has been a fabulous fest. ;)

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    1. Thanks! Yep, it's been a blast reading others choices!

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  17. I can't do horror-cheesy or otherwise. Comedy, I can do!

    Allison (Geek Banter)

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  18. If I'm going to watch a horror movie, the cheesier the better. Hooray for YA Romance.

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  19. Cheesy horror? Ah, heck, then you need to run down a comedy vampire horror film entitled "Blood on the Highway." It's funny, bloody and has cool effects. You'll recognize Zander from Buffy and Tom from "House of a 1000 Corpses." I believe you'll enjoy it.

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    1. Thanks for the suggestion, Jeremy. I just read the synop on IMDB. I can't wait to check this one out!

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  20. I've been working my way through the blogfest participants and it's amazing how many list cheesy horror. Who knew?

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    1. I've noticed Rom Coms being mentioned, which surprised me. I mean, I like them, but was just shocked to see it on a lot of blogs.

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  21. Hey, jackie,

    Hopping over for the blogfest... nice to meet you.

    Comedy and Horror ... Now that's an interesting split.

    Pop rock .... ROCKS!

    Y/A romance... well I do enjoy Y/A and write in this genre with more of an edge though.


    CHEESY horror is great. How could you not get a good laugh out of it!

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    1. Hello, Michael!
      Thanks for taking time to stop by my blog and for the follow!

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  22. Reading "cheesy horror" I immediately thought of "Monster Squad" and the original "Fright Night." Is that the kinda thing you mean?

    I do heart me some comedic horror, I have to say...and some straight-up horror, though I can't watch it too late in the day, else I can't sleep. :-D
    Some Dark Romantic

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    1. Exactly! Cheesy horror like the original Fright Night ... although the one with Colin Farrell (meow) is really good, too!

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  23. Hello, Jackie. It's good to meet you. I'll follow anyone who likes horror. So, big Maroon 5 fan, huh? I've seen them a couple of times, but not so pleased w/ the new dance-sound direction. That debut cd was huge, though. I still play the heck out of that thing! I like Train a bit more, but they're starting to head that direction, too. Oh, well. I love music, so I will keep my mind open on the subject.
    Have a great weekend and thanks for sharing.

    -Jimmy
    http://jamesgarciajr.blogspot.com/

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    1. Yep, big Maroon 5 fan!!! I saw their M5/Train tour... such an awesome concert! :D
      The main reason I love them, besides Adam's voice, is because of the lyrics.
      Thanks for stopping by!

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