31 Days of Cigs Indoors

Wow! It’s October, and it’s an amazing time to be a fan of Cigs Indoors. Some may even go as far as to say this is the best time of the year, and there is a name for those people, white chicks. Fall is in the air, and Starbucks is pumpin’ out more PSL’s than Wilyums is pumpin’ out Weird Takes..  which actually isn’t very impressive since we haven’t had one for weeks. Anyways, October means a lot of things, apple picking, playoff baseball, and that the nation of Germany will essentially be serving as one anti-Semetic bar until further notice. But most importantly, it means that it’s Spooky szn bitches. That’s right, the 11 month wait for quality horror films and and the excuse to dress up like your favorite HBO character if their life went sideways and they ended up whoring themselves out is finally amongst us. That’s why we at Cigs Indoors decided to make your eventful month even that much better, with 31 Days of Cigs Indoors.

What is 31 Days of Cigs Indoors? Funny you should ask. What the next 31 Days will consist of for our website will essentially be a month of horror film reviews brought to you by yours truly, yes, the master of criticism and expert on shitty movies, Me. Now you might be asking yourself, Brandon, is reviewing 31 movies in 31 days really feasible? Probably not! And I might even miss a day or two, but suck it up. I give my word that I will try my best to accomplish this seemingly impossible feat, and that probably would mean a lot if my word wasn’t essentially worthless. Anyways, most of these films will be accessible if you have access to a Netflix, HBO, or Amazon whatever account. Watch the movies, and then check in with us to see if we thought they sucked less, more, or of equal amount as you. Sounds good? Great. So, without further adieu, I present Cigs Indoors’ first review of the month: Teeth (2007). Teeth is available for streaming on Netflix. Enjoy. Click Here for Teeth Review.

About Brandon Resta

Brandon Resta is a writer/podcaster. He attended the University of Tampa where he studied creative writing and film. Whilst attending college he won scholarships for his film criticism, and was the University of Tampa's Official Film Critic. Arguably his most impressive achievement to date is winning the superlative of "Class Complainer".

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