Monday, October 1, 2012

Scary Movie Challenge III


It's Scary Movie Month at last, and we've got a lot of work to do.

All of us at F This Movie! and every F Head seems to be more excited about this Scary Movie Month than we've ever been, which makes me think this is going to be the best Scary Movie Challenge yet. THAT'S RIGHT! It's the third annual F This Movie! Scary Movie Challenge! 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.

Some clarification: You do NOT have to watch a movie every day. They do NOT have to be movies you have never seen. You do NOT have to watch ONLY horror movies (though we don't know why you wouldn't). The goal is just for all of us to work together and get as many seven word reviews as possible. Year One we set a goal of 100 and beat it. Year Two we set a goal of 150 and got over 400. That's where we have to set the bar this year, it seems. Let's beat 400.

As always, we'll be reading lots of entries on the podcast throughout the month, so make them good.

We're so glad you all are joining us and that you're so excited. This really is the best 31 days of the year.

Scary Movie Month! (#ScaryMovieMonth)

On your marks...get set...blood.
*UPDATE: Just in case everyone is not understanding -- these have to be HORROR movies and you have to watch them IN OCTOBER. Don't just start posting for stuff you have seen in the past. I don't want to get in the habit of deleting comments that don't meet the standard, but extraneous comments or those that don't apply throw off our total and we want to have an accurate count.

Also, we want to know who you are so we can read your posts on the podcast. If you're posts are coming up as "Anonymous," please take a second to register and get a proper handle. Thanks everyone!

1,003 comments:

  1. Firestarter

    Drew Barrymore as a child scares me.

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  2. Van Helsing

    The scariest part was that I paid.

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  3. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

    First time. see why its a classic.

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  4. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2

    Less Real, More Fantastical, Less Scary. boo :-(

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  5. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3

    Real world, with Jason influences. Big improvement.

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  6. The Descent

    You're FREEEEEEEE!!! Psych, just dreamin'. Cave baby.

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  7. Pulse (2001): J-Horror presents The Social Network. Nightmares follow.

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  8. Nosferatu(1922)

    When cutting bread, thumb placement IS important.

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  9. The Thing (1982)

    Never trust a dog, or Wilford Brimley.

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  10. The Ring Two:
    I'm not your fucking mommy! Shove. Crunch.

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  11. Orphan:
    I'm not your fucking mommy! Kick. Smash.

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  12. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation

    Leatherface too lady, Zellweger/McConaughey too them

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  13. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)

    Leatherface: better, Rest of family: Just dull.

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  14. Waxwork: Same universe as Cabin in the Woods?

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  15. Halloween 8: Resurrection

    JLC dying sucks - so does the movie.

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  16. A Horrible Way to Die: A horrible way to shoot a movie.

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  17. Cabin in the Woods: I wish they had "picked" the unicorn!

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  18. Event Horizon: Don't die baby bear. Liberate tutame sir.

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  19. Insidious: Darth Maul was great in this movie.

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  20. Funny Games: German family's vacation ist nicht so lustig.

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  21. Sleepaway Camp: Contains scariest corn water death ever filmed.

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  22. War of the Worlds (2005)

    Giant mechanical spiders, awesome! Tim Robbins, What!?

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  23. Silver Bullet

    1985 was a very disorganized MEDCU drive

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  24. Jeepers Creepers

    A monster with dated taste in music

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  25. Phantom of the Opera (1925)

    Effective score, handsome production design, status deserved.

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  26. Cabin In The Woods:

    High on fun. Low on fright.

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  27. Dawn of the Dead

    Almost the perfect horror movie.

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  28. Dawn of the Dead: Brains, two for one at American Eagle.

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  29. Psycho (1960)

    Awesome Hitchcock. Anthony Perkins equals twitchy delight.

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  30. The Thing (1982)

    Key line: "You gotta be f___ing kidding."

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  31. Halloween (1978)

    Beware, or the steadicam will get you.

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  32. Hanibal Rising: Superhero cannibal begins coveting broth, cheeks, asian's!

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  33. Friday the 13th Part 3: Shelley is an asshole. JB hates this.

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  34. Cabin in the Woods:

    Bong Hitter Outwits Eggheads. Changes the world.

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  35. S&Man (Sandman): Documentary about underground horror. Snuff films real?

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  36. Killer Klowns from Outer Space: 80's cheese, 80's gore. Doesn't get better.

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  37. The Evil Dead: Raimi's drug count while directing? Too many!

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  38. It:
    I shit myself twice while watching this.

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  39. Saw:
    It only gets worse from here... Seriously.

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  40. Sleepaway Camp 2: Outhouse drowning scene is down right nasty.

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  41. Prometheus:
    Everything I wanted and then some more

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  42. The Mummy (1959)

    Like other Mummy movies, but in England.

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  43. Tod Browning's FREAKS (1932):

    "One of us?" Yeah, right Mitt; shoo ! ;-P

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  44. CABIN IN THE WOODS (2012):

    Patrick loves it, so naturally I don't. :-(

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  45. TERROR IN THE AISLES (1984):

    "Producers? Help! Donald Pleaseance is improvising again!"

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  46. The Blob (1988)
    Space goo, great kills, Del Motherfuckin' Close.

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  47. Daybreakers:
    More Sci-Fi than Horror but hey...vampires.

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  48. Halloween III: Season of the Witch:
    Get over Michael Myers absence. Worth seeing.

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  49. Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (1920)

    One of the earliest, classic silent horror.

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  50. The Corpse Bride

    Burton's players going through the stop motions.

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  51. Blood of Dracula (1957)

    Cool lady vampire/slow and tedious film

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  52. House of 1000 Corpses:

    Run Rabbit. Run Rabbit RUN RABBIT RUN!!!

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  53. Halloween 1978... sometimes the first is all anybody needs.

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  54. Pet Sematary:

    Dr Creed... I'll get a second opinion.

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  55. The Roost: Early Ti West is -- surprise! -- very slow.

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  56. The Innkeepers:

    Unlike Romney, Kelly McGillis knows her garbagewoman.

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  57. In the Mouth of Madness:

    inside reality insane meta book movie film

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  58. Tremors 3: Back to Perfection

    Steven Keaton hunts ass blasters, not bad.

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  59. Stuck

    Type of horror surprise I'm always chasing

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  60. Santa Sangre: Least favorite Jodorowsky film. Still cool though.

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  61. Paranormal Activity 2:

    Actually less terrifying than my home movies.

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  62. The Hitcher (1986): John Waters hitchhikes. Did you know that?

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  63. Halloween (2007): Wanted babysitters to die in this one.

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  64. The Initiation: You had me at "introducing Daphne Zuniga."

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  65. The Mummy (1932)

    Effendi, beware of wrinkled Karloffs bearing gifts.

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  66. CARRIE (1976): Scary Carrie! Scary Carrie! Scary Carrie... Ohhhh.

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  67. FRIDAY THE 13TH 3-D: Oh wow, neato barn! Stab. Gurgle. Repeat.

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  68. The Tall Man: Jessica Biel looks scary without makeup. Sexist?

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  69. Tale of Two Sisters (saw it sunday, late Sept, but i'm throwing it in the Oct. bucket, in spirit)


    Catfighting, bloody bedsheets, questionable dinner. Absent boyfriends.

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  70. The Mummy's Hand (1940)

    A better title: Where's the Damn Mummy?

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  71. Alien

    Montezuma's Revenge ain't got shit on this.

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  72. Candyman

    Lavatory castrations on a child are memorable.

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  73. Pet Sematary

    Just imagine Aunt Zelda in retrofitted 3D.

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  74. The Third Mother

    Asia Argento is HOT, this movie's not.

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  75. Hellraiser:

    I absolutely will not "Come to Daddy."

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  76. Halloween IV

    Poor little Danielle Harris, take cover child!!

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  77. Troll: June Lockhart fights trolls. Sonny Bono swings.

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  78. Maximum Overdrive
    How much coke did Stephen King do?

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  79. Sleepy Hollow

    Walken still scares me as an adult.

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  80. Bloody Pit of Horror:
    Inferiors must be tortured, hence this film.

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  81. The Bite (1989)

    Jamie Farr Vs. Man with Snake Hand

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  82. TROLL (1986)

    Michael Moriarty gets jiggy with it; boss! :-)

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  83. The Mummy's Curse (1944)

    Poor Ananka! Being a reincarnated princess blows.

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  84. Jaws of Satan (1981).

    Motherfuckin snakes on a mother fuckin train.

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  85. Twilight Zone: The Movie

    Final Score: John Landis 3, B.O 29.5

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  86. Ginger Snaps

    Everytime you cramp, a werewolf comes forth.

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  87. High Tension

    Third act doesn't exist in this dojo.

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  88. Zombie

    So bad Patrick discards on Zombie Podcast.

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  89. Tales From The Crypt (1972)

    Strong anthology with a silly framing device

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  90. Halloween 2 (1981)... More gore, less brains, first pointless sequel.

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  91. Friday the 13th Part 2: Uninspired, even by standards of this series.

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  92. Hellraiser 3

    Pinhead crashes rave, series jumps the shark.

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  93. Mute Witness

    Hour of terror, then boredom takes over.

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  94. I Spit on Your Grave (both versions)

    Jennifer's raped. Jennifer kills. End of movie.

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  95. Inland Empire

    Laura Dern walks hallways for 3 hours.

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  96. The People Under the Stairs:

    Mommy and Daddy's silliness derails other merits.

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  97. Nosferatu (1922)

    German silent documentary of young Ross Perot.

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  98. Freaks (1932)

    Classified as horror. More SURREAL than anything.

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  99. Pontypool

    Parlant l'anglais pourrait vous faire un zombie!

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  100. 28 Days Later

    Virus escaped. Everyone infected. Try to escape.

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  101. Friday the 13th: Even on Blu, the movie still blew.

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  102. Tales of Terror(1961): Never wall up somebody when you're drunk.

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  103. The Haunted Mask:
    Goosebumps Viewers Beware: 90's tween horror blows.

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  104. Drag Me To Hell(2009): Probably should've given old lady an extension.

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  105. Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982): It's better than you think it is.

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  106. The Thing (1982): Somehow The Thing gets better with age.

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  107. Watching Suspiria's Like Being Attacked By Suspiria

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  108. House (1977): I liked the watermelon guy. That's it.

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  109. The Devils Rejects: All I can say is, fuck Tiny.

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  110. The Human Centipede

    Yet another reason not to visit Germany.

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  111. An Evening of Edgar Allan Poe (1972)

    Bad presentation of awesome Vincent Price readings.

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  112. Eaten Alive: Crocodile, crocodile. Tasty crunchy meaty morsel. Crocodile.

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  113. Black Sheep

    Yessir, yessir, three bags full...OF BLOOD!

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  114. Paranormal Activity (2007)

    With lights on, meh. Lights off, aaaagh!

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  115. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning

    In The Beginning Leatherface Created Ma's Special

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  116. Creepshow

    That old guy sure does love cake.

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  117. Abbott and Costello Meet The Mummy

    A little mummy, a lotta fake snakes.

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  118. Rosemary's Baby

    This mousse tastes kinda chalky. Yo, Adrian!

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  119. Dead Alive

    The Priest kicks ass for the lord.

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  120. I Saw The Devil: Laughing cannibal, determined hitchhiker and a guillotine!

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  121. Fright Night (2011)

    Who knew Chekov could play the lead?

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  122. Alice Sweet Alice

    Creepy girl wearing creepy mask is creepy.

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  123. 28 days Later

    It's Zombies in my home town!

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  124. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?: Feeding your sister rat is scary, right?

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  125. Vile (2011)

    It's like Saw without all the subtlety.

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  126. Leprechaun 3: Big boobs, big butt, big BOOM! HA

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  127. Cube: Five Characters in Search of an Exit?

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  128. SUSPIRIA (1977)

    "Snow White & Seven Badly-Dubbed Italians."

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  129. The Brainiac a/k/a El Baron del Terror (1962) -
    Revenge and brains are best served cold.

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  130. If this posted twice (I don't see it so I'm thinking no) please forgive and discard.

    Against the Dark:

    Steven Seagal versus zombiepires. What the BLEEP?!?

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  131. House on Haunted Hill (1959):
    Nothing quite haunted in this (great) movie.

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  132. The Shrine (2010)

    It's Hostel! It's Exorcist! No, it's crap!

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  133. Trick 'r Treat

    An alright little scary/funny horror anthology.

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  134. The Omen

    666 is the number of the beast.

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  135. Friday the 13th Part 3

    National Film Registry, ball's in your court

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  136. Forget Me Not

    People are murdered, then they are forgotten.

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  137. Dracula (1931)

    Children of the night... never drink... wine.

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  138. Insidious

    Not-bad haunted house movie gets stupid.

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  139. Repulsion

    Disturbed beauty goes mad in this masterpiece.

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  140. Tales of Terror

    Vincent Price gives good wine tasting face

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  141. The Invisible Man (1933)

    Clarence helps Claude Rains get his wings.

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  142. Gremlins: crazy dolls doing crazy things. Kinda boring.

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  143. From Hell: Jack the Ripper was a misogynist. Wow.

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  144. Creepshow: you're fears and anxieties will kill you.

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  145. Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter

    Rare statement: Corey Feldman saves the movie.

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  146. Poltergeist II: The Other Side

    Do not consume the worm in tequila.

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  147. Horror Island (1941)

    Real horror is that it's a peninsula.

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  148. The Cabin in the Woods

    Whedon has fun upending horror movie conventions.

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  149. David Cronenberg's THE FLY (1986)

    Best 'Hulk' movie ever not featuring 'Hulk.'

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  150. REC - "The rent is too damn low. Zombies"

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  151. The Human Centipede: First Sequence(2010)

    I'm going to throw up: First Sequence

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  152. The Serpent and the Rainbow

    Nail hammered through junk makes me wince.

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  153. The Phantom Of The Opera (1925)

    His name's ERIK? Erik of the opera?!

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  154. Tucker and Dale VS Evil

    Not quite horror, more of an homage.

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  155. The Monster Squad (1987)

    Just one time, but that didn't count!

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  156. Zombie

    Zombie vs Shark. Can't get much better.

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  157. Dracula (1931)

    Never better than the first twenty minutes.

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  158. The Mole People (1956)

    John Agar smarms it up with Ward

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  159. The Phantom of the Opera(19250

    Finally saw it! Glad that I did!

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  160. Paper House

    Why is asymmetrical architecture so damn unnerving?

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  161. Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)

    Am I only one that likes this?

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  162. HALLOWEEN III: SEASON OF THE WITCH... A smart sequel with many dumb parts.

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  163. Jean Rollin's THE IRON ROSE (1973)

    'I was a tomb-raiding nymphomaniac slut.'

    (great flick BTW)

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  164. White Zombie

    Bela Lugosi stares deep into your soul.

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  165. Dog Soldiers

    Decent werewolves, but movie has no rules.

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  166. Don't Look Now (1973)

    Super scary ending. And naked Julie Christie.

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  167. Bubba Ho Tep

    How have I never seen this before?

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  168. The Innkeepers
    Girl looks like Stef from The Goonies.

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  169. Two Orphan Vampires

    Take those stupid filters off the camera!

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  170. The Initiation

    You had me at "introducing Daphne Zuniga."

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  171. May

    If you can't find friends, make them.

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  172. The Woman In Black:

    No one gets out alive. Or sane.

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  173. Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1973)

    The family that preys together, stays together

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  174. One Body Too Many

    No one ever drinks Bela Lugosi's coffee.

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  175. Trick 'r Treat

    Many mini stories, good for your ADD.

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  176. American Psycho: You thought Nolan's Batman was dark? Ha!

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  177. The Evil Dead

    There is something magical about tree rape.

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  178. Scary Movie

    Shorty should be in every horror movie.

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  179. May

    Spoiler Alert: Amy has man hands. ELTON!

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  180. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920)

    Good guy killed by his evil side.

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  181. King of the Zombies

    Stereotypical black butler made it very amusing.

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  182. Son Of Dracula (1943)

    Wolf Man is NO son of Dracula!

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  183. 28 Days Later

    Super fast zombies can be pretty frightening.

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  184. The Howling II: Your Sister Is A Werewolf

    Werewolf sex. Slightly hairy, non-contact, epileptic seizures

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  185. Misery (1990)

    Crash; biggest fan; wood block; ankle snap

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  186. Frankenweenie (2012)

    Saw this first. It's a long bore.

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  187. Frankenweenie (1984)

    Saw this second. It's really great surprisingly.

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  188. The Funhouse

    Shit hits the fan after premature ejaculation.

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  189. Halloween (1978)

    Still my all time favorite horror flick.

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  190. The Lost Boys

    Sleep all day. Shirtless sax all night.

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  191. Hellraiser

    Anatomy man likes to be called daddy

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  192. Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    Ending still sort of pisses me off.

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  193. The Woman in Black

    Better start polishing that "Best Cinematography" Oscar.

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  194. Zombie Strippers:

    Robert Englund you are better than this.

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  195. James Gunn's SLITHER (2006)

    Quoting thyself: 'That's some fucked-up shit.'

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  196. Session 9: Asbestos removal will make you fucking crazy.

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  197. (repost) Demon Knight: Billy Zane is one sexy, seductive collector.

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  198. (repost) Pet Semetery: Never try to bring back the dead.

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  199. Howling III: The Marsupials

    On behalf of all Australians, Im Sorry.

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  200. Deadly Blessing

    Wes Craven is capable of total shit.

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