Monday, October 26, 2015

Scary Movie Challenge VI (Day 26)


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  1. Pumpkinhead (1988)

    Brb, seeking directions to local Haggis house.

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  2. The Descent (2005)

    Palms are sweating before any crawlers appear

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  3. I know the daily comment boards aren't supposed to be flooded with anything other than the seven word reviews, but I thought I should give some context to my next series of reviews:

    I decided to to the Halloween series (having only seen the first one), and to try and watch as much as possible on my plane flight(s) from Sydney to Las Vegas. 15 hours.

    I watched 1-4 on the way over and number 5 on the way back. Look, it was Vegas, I was tired.

    So here goes:

    Halloween (1978)

    Austin Powers in his first ever movie.

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  4. Halloween II (1981)

    I like this like I like garbage

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  5. Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)

    Definitely my favourite Halloween sequel involving witchcraft

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  6. Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988)

    Sort of hoping for a plane crash

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  7. Halloween 5 (1989)

    Michael Myers is the new road warrior

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  8. Christine (1983)

    Why? Because it isn't Halloween, that's why.

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  9. The Human Centipede (2010)

    What’s the middle girl trying to say?

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  10. Braindead aka Dead alive (1992)

    Operating a lawnmower has never been funnier.

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  11. Dawn of the Dead (1978)

    Just a little off the top, please.

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  12. Rabid (1977)

    Cronenberg's worst ever transgression? Killing Santa Clause

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  13. A Christmas Horror Story (2015)

    Should have watched Treehouse Of Horror instead

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  14. American Mary (2012)

    Shoehorns rape in like... well... like rape

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  15. From Beyond (1986)
    This film made my pineal gland hard.

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  16. The Fly (1986)

    Only thing missing is Curtis Mayfield soundtrack.

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  17. Land of the Dead (2005)

    Zombies are officially more organized than me

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  18. Crimson Peak (2015)

    My wife wanted more Tom Hiddleston ass.

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  19. Child's Play (1988)

    Worth so much if mint in package

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  20. Diary of the Dead (2007)

    Could've used zombie apocalypse in film school.

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  21. The Thing (1982)

    Gets better with each viewing. Carpenter's masterpiece.

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  22. The Dead Pool (1988)

    Callahan straight up murders unarmed mental case.

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  23. Tales of Halloween (2015)

    adrianne curry's twitter account is very important

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  24. Pieces (1982)

    Start with corners, then edges. Wait, what?

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  25. Dressed to Kill (1980)

    Things Caine hates: Adulterous housewives. The Dutch.

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  26. The Exorcist III (1990)

    Pazuzu spends movie using garden shears incorrectly.

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  27. The Devil's Rejects (2005)

    Murderous, sadistic hicks are the new black.

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  28. The Fog (2005)

    Neat-o ghost effects. The rest? Not neat-o.

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  29. Halloween 4 The return of Michael Myers

    Why do Loomis's scars keep changing Shape?

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  30. Black Christmas (1974)

    Blimey, those phone calls are really something.

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  31. The Shining (1980)

    Shelley Duvall wasn't even the scariest part.

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  32. Fright Night (1985)

    Will be watching this many more times.

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  33. In the Mouth of Madness (1994)

    I don't think those were regular cigarettes.

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  34. Playing catch-up on posts to keep my goal of 31:

    Rosemary's Baby (1968)

    "An indoor garden with no marijuana? Terrifying!"

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  35. Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (2010)

    We all have a hillbilly in us.

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  36. Roadgames (1981)

    "Young Jamie Lee Curtis meet Aussie horror."

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  37. Night of the Comet (1984)

    "Escape zombie invasion or go shopping? Priorities."

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  38. Razorback (1984)

    "Creature feature. Swine are far from fine."

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  39. The Stuff (1985)

    "This gives lactose-intolerant a whole new meaning."

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  40. Nail Gun Massacre (1985)

    "Frugality never fails -- cheaper than a chainsaw.."

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  41. TerrorVision (1986)

    "Stealing satellite is the new deadly sin?"

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  42. Deadly Friend (1986)

    " 'Weird Science' by Wes Craven...it's better."

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  43. Halloween 5 The Revenge of Michael Myers

    I wouldn't complain being connected to Dannille!

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      Michael Myers pulls over to buy Ciggarrettes!

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  44. Proxy (2013)

    This month's most depressing movie. Sad face.

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  45. Deep Red (1975)

    Mom!! Did you have to kill Dad?!?

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  46. Crimson Peak (2015)
    Patrick was happy - and he is right.

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  47. Halloween (2007)

    Rob Zombie dialogue writer < Rob Zombie stylist

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  48. The House by the Cemetery (1981) Dir. Lucio Fulci 2nd viewing; 1st remastered Blu-Ray

    Gorgeous! New films don't look this good.

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  49. Cam2Cam (2014)

    Makes Unfriended look like Lawrence of Arabia.

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  50. Housebound (2014)

    Guess I better start checking my walls.

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  51. The Return of the Living Dead (1985)

    Great fun, great soundtrack, also More Brains!!!

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  52. Extraterrestrial (2014)

    There's only ten people in this town?

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  53. The Town That Dreaded Sundown (2024)

    Never thought I'd want to visit Texarkana.

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  54. Vampire Killers (2009)

    Best movie about lesbian vampires I've seen.

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  55. Nightbreed: The directors cut (1990)
    Felt like a play by Max Fischer

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  56. Crimson Peak(2015)

    Incest always ruins a happy, wholesome honymoon.

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  57. The Babadook(2014)

    It's creepy, kooky, altogether spooky, The Babadooky?

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  58. The Woman in Black

    Atmospheric, complete. They should make a sequel!

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  59. Bubba Ho-Tep (2002)

    Anal increases risk of soul-transmitted diseases.

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  60. Teeth(2007)

    Feels like the first time....and last.

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  61. Sheitan (2006)

    Vincent Cassel as satanic goat herder? Sold.

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  62. Oculus (2013)
    Mirror, mirror on the wall, awe fuck.

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  63. Pet Sematary (1989 Dir. Mary Lambert)

    Negatives: spinal meningitis
    Positives: still a redhead.

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  64. Ravenous (1999)

    Like Highlander and Bone Tomahawk got Brundleflied

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  65. Devil's Due

    Antichrist convinces staunch vegetarian to try venison.

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  66. Friday the 13th (2009)

    Sammy you shouldn't do this without Dean

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  67. Valentine (SPOILER)

    David Boreanaz kills in this star-studded cast.

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  68. The Exorcist III (1990)

    Dear Morgan Creek Productions,

    You're the worst.

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  69. Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988)

    Ghost dad smells like fish, vodka, regret...

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  70. Maniac Cop (1988)

    Man, even Shaft sells out eventually? Fuck...

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  71. Phantasm (1978) - Boy, oh boy oh boy....I'm confused!

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  72. Day of the Dead (1985)

    Sorry, my voice isn't usually like this!

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  73. Anaconda (1997)

    Dear Jon Voight,

    YOU'RE TERRIBLE.

    Sincerely,

    Everyone

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  74. Tales of Halloween (2015)

    Why isn't Patrick Bromley IN this movie?

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  75. Valentine (2001)

    Sh*tty slasher, decent ending, want that mask!

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  76. The Dead Zone (1983)

    Cronenberg. Walken. Clairvoyance. Political intrigue. Popped collars.

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  77. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920)

    Human owl summons sleepy, gothy beanstalk. Or?

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  78. Gremlins (1984)

    Is China scary, or just American Chinatowns?

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  79. The Birds (1963)

    The original template for zombie apocalypse films.

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  80. Nail Gun Massacre (1985) - I Spit On Your Texas Nail Gun.

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    A nail in my arm! I'm dead!

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  81. Bone Tomahawk (2015)

    I would've split, before I got split.

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  82. Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) - Who would be a cop in Haddonfield?

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  83. May (2002)

    A Friend! I love a happy ending.

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  84. Mimic (The Director's Cut) (1997)

    Good, but I was expecting The Relic.

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  85. Trick 'r Treat (2007)

    Jack Skellington's impoverished nephew really loves Halloween.

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