Conceived in October 2012 as a test of endurance and a labor of love, 31 Days of Halloween is a photo series Fox started as a love letter to his fans and the very genre of Horror itself. Every day for 31 continuous days, Fox recreated favorite scene stills from Horror Films both classic and new, beloved and jeered. Playing with gender roles in Horror Films, often the characters are gender swapped to comment on the stereotypes and limitations in the field, and to queer up a mostly straight genre of film. Some are humorous, some sexy, some gory, but all shot in a very intense and stylized manner fitting the particular film and time of initial release. Each day of the month, he then posted these images on Social Media with a story, blog or behind the “screams” tale of the shoot itself to accompany the image. Shooting with no budget, no crew, no assistants, the project took on a life of it’s own, and survived many scheduling changes, late nights, breakdowns, and even a very famous hurricane. But, the series wouldn’t die! Now “31 Days” is a yearly tradition, with Series Three being shot now, and soon to be a book of it’s own!