Wednesday, September 29, 2010

The F This Movie! Scary Movie Challenge


Welcome to Scary Movie Month at F This Movie!

To celebrate the greatest month of the year, we're introducing the first-ever F This Movie! Scary Movie Challenge! (Exclamation points!) The rules are simple: Every time you watch a horror movie during the month of October, add the name of the movie and a SEVEN WORD REVIEW (no more, no less) in the comments section of this post.

The goal is to get over 100 movies listed in the comments. We can do this, F'ers!

The best seven-word reviews will be read on the podcast this month, as we do an entire month's worth of shows devoted to horror movies.

It will almost be as scary as:Just kidding! Nothing is that scary.

Let's get started.

125 comments:

  1. Tales Fom The Cypt: Bordello Of Blood- Boobs + Blood+Dennis Miller+Cryptkeeper+Water Guns= Awesome

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  2. Let the Right One In: Slow, oh so slow, but so poetic.

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  3. Nightmare on Elm Street 2010:
    "Well, I saw Elk Grove High School"

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  4. The Shining: I love parties that never end... and twins!

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  5. Poltergeist: Rated PG? That clown raped my childhood.

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  6. Friday the 13th: It's not really Jason, it's his mom.

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  7. Wrong Turn 2: Dead End: Better than the first, but so what?

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  8. Horror of Dracula: Dooku and Tarkin in a Dracula movie?

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  9. The Fly (1958): Much better than I expected. Good movie.

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  10. Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning: It's not Jason, it's the ambulance driver.

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  11. Let Me In: Another in a series of unnecessary remakes

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  12. Ghost Ship (2002): Fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck Ghost Ship.

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  13. The Ring: Naomi Watts' career, goodbye. Girl, use conditioner.

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  14. Child's Play : Brad Dourif possesses a doll, mayhem ensues.

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  15. Tales From The Hood: Spike Lee presents: zombies and killer dolls.

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  16. HOWL: No werewolves?! Allen Ginsberg, you tricked me!

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  17. Army of Darkness: Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell at their best.

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  18. Frontiers: Texas Chainsaw Massacre meets The Devil's Rejects.

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  19. Funny Games (2007): Brilliantly disturbing, truly a sadist's best friend.

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  20. Terribly Happy(Frygtelig Lykkelig): Dry, in a "wet" way. No escape.

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  21. Dark Night of the Scarecrow: The best scarecrow horror film ever made.

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  22. Hatchet: "Old School Horror" must mean crazy gory.

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  23. Cabin Fever: I Don't want to get sick, Pancakes!

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  24. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974): "Swing", "Slash","Vrroom", goes the chainsaw. "Screams!"

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  25. Survival of the Dead: Not Romero's best, but worth the watch.

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  26. Underworld: Sexiest Vampire Ever...after Blade of course.

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  27. Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (1956) -Alien pod people are commies.You're next!

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  28. The Strangers: Scary in its sound and visuals alone.

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  29. Hatchet 2: Twist ending... MPAA is the real killer.

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  30. Let Me In (2010): Eat some now, save some for later.

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  31. Case 39: Scariest part is Renée Zellweger's anteater face.

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  32. Maximum Overdrive: Trucks kill people, then people kill trucks.

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  33. Zombie Strippers: Zombies, Guns, Tits, Zombie Tits, BLAM, End.

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  34. The Raven (1935): Mad-doctor Legosi + Poe-tortue plot = creeptastic!

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  35. Fright Night: Seriously, why do I love this movie?

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  36. The Raven (1935): Don't mess with Bela; he'll torture you.

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  37. The Wolfman (1941): Chaney's a lunkhead, a tortured, anguished lunkhead.

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  38. Stephen King's IT: It's scary. It's terrorizing. It's a spider!

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  39. Psycho: Spoiler alert: it wasn't Jason's mom.

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  40. Underworld: Vampires versus Werewolves! No love? That's Twilight.

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  41. Underworld Evolution: Romance known. More Violence less swooning girls.

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  42. Underworld: Rise of the Lycan: No Kate Beckinsale? What a ripoff, man.

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  43. Dead Alive: Pus pudding, lawnmower vest, rooftop monster birthing.

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  44. Season of the Witch: Ugly seventies fashion + "ballin'"= boredom

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  45. Basket Case: Belial + Basket +Bloodshed = Boffo!

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  46. Killer Klowns from Outer Space: The title really says it all-- duh!

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  47. Theatre of Blood: Overacting raised to a high, bloody art.

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  48. The Phantom of the Opera (1925): What else can one say? It's Chaney.

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  49. Psycho (1960): Winner and still champion: gotta love Hitchcock.

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  50. Night of the Demons (1988): "Where you goin'? The party's just begun."

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  51. Aftermath(1994): A morgue, a camera, and necrophilia. DISGUSTING!

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  52. Audition: Match.com would have been a wiser choice.

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  53. Rabid: It's a pulsing, pink, bloodthirsty, phallic drill!

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  54. Scream 3: movie in a movie? Surely you jest.

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  55. Fright Night: Story cannot overcome 80's cheese-- Let's Dance!

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  56. High Tension: So bloody. Terrible twist. Ooh la la!

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  57. Scream: Barrymore top billing, spoiler alert...She dies.

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  58. Psycho III: Because Psycho II wasn't already pushing it.

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  59. The Thing (1982): All the horror, none of the women.

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  60. Lost Boys The Thirst: Less crappy than Lost Boys the Tribe

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  61. Dawn of the Dead(1978): Four people, one mall, one thousand zombies!

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  62. Magic: Ain't nothin' scarier than a ventriloquist dummy.

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  63. Savage County: Chainsaw, but less eww and more dumb.

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  64. Psycho: what's scarier? taxidermy-ed Mother or cross-dressing schizo?

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  65. Night of the Living Dead: yummm fleshhhhhh... the black guy lives! almost...

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  66. Halloween (1978): John Carpenter invents the modern slasher movie.

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  67. silence of the lambs: it rubs the lotion on its skin.

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  68. The Crazies (2010): What do you expect living in Iowa?

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  69. The Last Exorcism: I saw this ending once on Scooby-Doo

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  70. Misery: You will realize how precious ankles are.

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  71. American Psycho: Wait... a woman really directed this movie?!

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  72. The Wicker Man (1973):Oh Jesus Christ, they smoked the Equalizer!

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  73. Halloween II (2009): Rob Zombie does better second time around.

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  74. Trick r Treat: The best halloween movie since, well, Halloween.

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  75. Humanoids From The Deep: Fish monsters rape women and kill redknecks.

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  76. Thankskilling - Rather Chug A Bucket of Rotten Milk.

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  77. Eraserhead: I'm too uncomfortable to type a review.

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  78. Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)
    Sorry Jackie Earl Haley but this blows.

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  79. Vacancy (2007): Kate Beckinsale checks in, I check out.

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  80. Nosferatu (1922): Surely, the single greatest silent horror film?

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  81. Let the Right One In (2008) - This is one screwed up little boy.

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  82. Let Me In (2010) - Filmmakers loved lingering on shots, bad CGI.

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  83. These Are the Damned (1963): Cool Coldwar creepiness about covert government experiments.

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  84. Psycho: I want my Mommy! Wait, maybe not.

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  85. Carrie: Baptised in blood. Mother crusified. Carrie's resurrection.

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  86. Them!: Giant radioactive ants attack small town America!

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  87. Paranormal Activity 2: You can't stop the inevitable. Only postpone.

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  88. Deathproof: Stuntman Mike fucks with the wrong women.

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  89. The Blob: Who knew Jello could be so deadly?

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  90. Bram Stoker's Dracula: Dear journal, I met a vampire...whoa!

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  91. White Zombie: Lugosi's great, but I prefer the band.

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  92. Identity: Don't worry, it's all in your head.

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  93. Teeth: Scariest movie a man will ever see.

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  94. A Nightmare on Elm Street:Johnny Depp gets eaten by a bed!

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  95. The Car: Josh Brolin: Better actor than his Dad.

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  96. Duel: Spielberg proves himself to be Hitchcock Junior.

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  97. Tremors: Fast-moving "graboid" worms! And Kevin Bacon!

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  98. House of Dracula (1945): What made Universal think mold was scary?

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  99. These are the Damned (1963): Radioactive kids = creepy + Oliver Reed as sociopath.

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  100. Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919): It was a dream! Of a MADMAN!

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  101. Day of the Woman (I Spit on Your Grave, 1978): Rape, more rape, and even more rape.

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  102. The Fly: Be afraid. Be very afraid...of Goldblum!

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  103. House of Wax [the latest version]: Paris Hilton dies. Achilles tendon scene- ouch!

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  104. Peewee's Big Adventure: "tell 'em Large Marge sentcha!" childhood scarred.

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  105. Let the Right One In: i leave my funnel + chloroform at home...

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  106. Alien: First and best-- haunted house in space!

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  107. The Exorcist: Why you do dis to me, Dami?

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  108. Creepshow: Stephen King acting vs. zombies... Definitely zombies.

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  109. Cannibal Holocaust: A gruesome teaching method for anthropology buffs.

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  110. Jeepers Creepers: Since when do Cat Ladies carry shotguns?

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  111. The Wizard of Oz: Not horror, but my vision of hell.

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  112. Carnival of Souls: Better as a half-hour Twilight Zone episode

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  113. I Was A Teenage Werewolf: Wait! This movie isn't legitimately released yet!

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  114. An American Werewolf in London: Ah! This is horror movie heaven, yes?

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  115. Beyond the Door: Biggest October letdown yet: batshit crazy bad.

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  116. The Fog: Ladies and Gentlemen: Carpenter's odd "sophomore slump."

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  117. Cat People (1942): Scariest when the new WIFE withholds sex.

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  118. Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975): Let us do the time warp again.

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  119. DOLLS: They just want to be your friends!

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  120. PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: There's lots of action under those sheets.

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  121. The Howling: Werewolves turn me on too, Joe Dante.

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  122. The Ring: The t.v. offers death, other than entertainment.

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  123. Troll II (1990): What's Nilbog spelled backwards? Pure camp entertainment.

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  124. Frozen (2010): The real killer? Ignorance. Oh, and wolves.

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  125. My Bloody Valentine 3D (2009): Suspense and gore far surpassing OSHA regulations.

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