October is a fine time to lay down the best and worst horror of the year. You know for the remainder of the year, all the big studios will be pushing their Oscar contenders, and October is the last great hurrah for horror to make its impact. In other words, if it is good and it’s horror, it is already out by now. 2013 has been a very polarizing year for horror, in my opinion. On one hand, you have a few movies that really kicked the genre’s ass (hint hint), but like always, you had horror films that seemed to follow the same boring tropes that lead all horror movies to an ironic and untimely death. It seems this year, the biggest offender when it came to bad, as is often the case, were the sequels. In regards to good, there are many that stand out. So much so, in fact, I will break convention and break down this list by genre to make it a little easier on you guys. Bad will be bad, but good will be put into more specific categories. Just thinking of my REMlins. Now, for your consideration, the best and worst horror films of the year. Some of which you may agree with, some if which you may laugh at me for, and some I am sure you’ve never heard of.