Saturday, October 31, 2015

Scary Movie Challenge VI (Day 31!)


172 comments:

  1. Hooray, it's almost over!!! :D

    DEADTIME STORIES (1986, Amazon Prime) for the first time.

    Cheerleading witches, werewolf bitches, demented telekinetic stitches.

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  2. Tobe Hooper's LIFEFORCE (1985, Blu-ray).

    Greatest 'B' movie Hammer Studios never made.

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  3. THE BATTERY (2012, Blu-ray).

    "A Connecticut Ballplayer in Jeremy Gardner's Orchard."

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  4. SCARECROWS (1988, Blu-ray).

    Where's Joe Pilato when you need him?

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  5. FROM A WHISPER TO A SCREAM (1987, Blu-ray).

    Four great horror tales, one outstanding Price.

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  6. Psycho II (1983)

    One of the best horror sequels ever.

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

    Even more phone calls than anticipated. Incredible!

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  8. Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    Movie's only negative: Johnny's ugly ass tie

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  9. The exorcist III (1990)

    Please wipe feet off before ceiling climbing

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  10. Monster House (2006)

    I’m a sucker for that Amblin feeling.

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  11. The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)

    Patricia Quinn’s lips a lasting prepubescent obsession.

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  12. I'm off to a midnight double bill of Razorback and Road Games, 2 oz classics! I won't be able to upload them on Halloween in Abut everywhere else I'm set.

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  13. Halloween (1978)

    The real reason I refused to babysit.

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  14. Halloween (1978)

    Still the ultimate movie to watch today

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  15. Halloween II (1981)

    Myers is incredibly organised in this movie

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  16. Halloween Remake 2007

    Parents beware, It's all Your fault now!

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  17. The Keep (1983)

    Wheelchair bound Magneto, sics monster on Nazis.

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  18. Silence of the Lambs (1991)

    Today, Clarice would've just googled all this.

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  19. Late Phases (2014)

    I have a weakness for werewolf movies.

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  20. The Gift (2015)

    Take this...it will give you syphilis.

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  21. Signs (2002)

    Stop, Yield, No U-turn, Deaf Child Area

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  22. A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night

    Best vampire movie since DeToro made Cronos

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  23. White Zombie (1932)

    Zombie Superbeasts are Less Human Than Human.

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  24. Scream 2 (1997)

    Go big or go home. Olyphant’s EYES!

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  25. Children of the Corn (1984)

    uh oh, shouldn’t ate that popcorn… Malachi!!!!

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  26. Psycho (1960)

    End exposition unnecessary...but cool skull face!

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  27. Frankenstein (1931)

    This village goes all out for Oktoberfest.

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  28. Scream 3 (2000)

    Has diminishing returns, like Courtney Cox’s bangs.

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  29. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

    O subtlety, thy name is Una O'Connor.

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  30. Army of Darkness (1993)

    "That movie was about retarded." - my father

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  31. Starry Eyes (2014)

    Fellatio (plus) old producers (equals) murder mayhem.

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  32. The Babadook (2014)

    Leave ME alone, just take the kid!

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  33. Halloween (1978)

    The night he (John Carpenter) came home.

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  34. We Are Still Here (2015) 2nd Viewing Dir. Ted Geoghegan

    Unquestionably top 5 Horror of the year.

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  35. Tucker & Dale vs Evil (2010):

    Damned college kids and their suicide pacts

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  36. Halloween (1978)

    Michael's poor sister... One minute, seven seconds...

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  37. Fear(s) of the dark (2007)

    Black and white with just enough red.

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  38. Halloween 2 2009

    Not finished. 7 Chainsaw movies to Watch!

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  39. Scream (1996 Dir. Wes Craven)

    2015 Version: "Oh hey, dropped your phone."

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  40. Housebound (2014 Dir. Gerard Johnstone)

    These people can really take a beating.

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  41. The Guest (2014)

    Unusually loud music for a delightful trifle.

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  42. King Kong (1933)

    Imagine first seeing this in 1933 - amazing!

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  43. Tales of Halloween (2015)

    Like campfire stories from the coolest CITs.

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  44. An American Werewolf in London

    Coolest werewolf flock that's ever been made.

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  45. I meant to type "flick." Too late now.

    They Live

    Loaded with important social commentary. Lacking bubblegum.

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  46. Ouija (2014)

    What a waste. Just play Candyland instead.

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  47. We're Still Here (2015)

    Creepy house's unfinished basement has unfinished business.

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  48. Frankenstein (1931)

    It's aliiiiiiiiiiiiive...... it's allliiveeee... it is alive.

    OR

    "We'll see whether I'm crazy..." Probably crazy.

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  49. Housebound (2014)

    Every third New Zealander is a Ghost-Hunter.

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  50. Dead Alive (1992)

    Django Unchained was Tarantino's homage to this.

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  51. Evil Dead II:

    Face grab count stopped at about 23

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  52. The Voices (2014):

    My friends are in the fridge too!

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  53. Creep (2014)

    Mark Duplass does a passable batshit crazy.

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  54. Dawn of the Dead (2004)

    Ghastly adventure with Rhames. Solid SMM finale.

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  55. Halloween (1978)

    Smoking in other people's bedroom is rude.

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  56. Dracula (1931)

    The winner and still champion: Bela Lugosi

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  57. The Spanish Dracula (1931)

    Possibly the worst Dracula ever? Carlos Villarias

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  58. King Kong (1933)

    No kidding, Ann, he's on the level...

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  59. Tales of Halloween (2015)

    Dana Gould's right-- it's worth dying for!

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  60. Rob Zombie's HALLOWEEN (2007, Amazon Prime) for the first time.

    'Machete's' mom: "Look, my son's on TV!'

    and/or

    Starts too slow, then moves too fast!

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  61. Ils aka Them

    Hideous, tedious; don't understand all the praise.

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  62. Prey (2007)

    Peter Weller bores in Open Water: Safari.

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  63. Mad Doctor of Blood Island

    Fuck! Calm down with that zoom lens!

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  64. Crimson Peak

    Del Toro wagers everything, loses hard. Sorry.

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  65. Dog Soldiers

    Proof that a movie can be too badass.

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  66. Motel Hell

    Good companion to Tourist Trap. Pretty creepy!

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  67. The Tenant

    Complete masterpiece. Perverse, tense, artful. Bravo!

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  68. Soul Surviors

    Dreck on a DTV Hellraiser sequel level.

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  69. The Manster

    Work hard, play hard, split in half!

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  70. We are still here (2015)

    Barbara Crampton is still hot as hell.

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  71. The Fly (1958)

    This movie is actually about catching flies!

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  72. The Creeping Terror

    Inept to the point of being psychotic.

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  73. Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama

    Never knew I loved Wynorski before SMM.

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  74. Les diaboliques

    Dude, that was a ludicrously elaborate scheme.

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  75. Deadly Friend

    Short Circuit meets Frankenhooker? I love it!

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  76. Black Rock

    Two talented writer/directors get naked together.

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  77. Ginger Snaps

    Sooooo '90s. Smart, good, but too long.

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  78. Dagon

    Amazing! Best Lovecraft movie by a mile.

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  79. Evil Come, Evil Go

    Hilarious and strange. Southern belle murders fornicators.

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  80. Terror at Orgy Castle

    Just shy of hardcore; therefore less interesting.

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  81. Don't Deliver Us Evil

    Kind of disturbing French Heavenly Creatures precursor.

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  82. Malevolence

    Dead-on Jason clone; lamer, more predictable.

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  83. Bereavement

    Even with Daddario, this is a chore.

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  84. Doctor Cyclops

    Not a head shrinker, an everything shrinker.

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  85. The Madmen of Mandoras

    Not enough Hitler's head in a jar.

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  86. Intruder

    Very creative. Seen this one yet, Dennis?

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  87. Dark Sanity

    Alcoholic housewife has premonitions of decapitations. Ace!

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  88. Grabbers

    Irish Tremors clone. Fun and impressive!

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  89. The Great Bear Scare

    Teddy bears foil Dracula's world domination scheme.

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  90. Campfire Thrillers: Tallow Glee and the Golden Key

    Lame. The Vindow Viper? Really, Tallow Glee?

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  91. Bunks

    Fun Disney Channel campground zombie kids comedy.

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  92. Things

    An all-timer. Mind-boggling laugh riot.

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  93. Blood and Black Lace

    Beautiful, a little draggy. More influential Bava.

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  94. The Brainiac

    Brain-eating medieval warlock menaces '60s Mexico.

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  95. Happy Birthday to Me

    Structurally unorthodox slasher from Cape Fear's director.

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  96. Biotherapy

    Green Hornet from space gorily slaughters Nipponese.

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  97. F3 Part III

    Hermaphrodite ghost rapes women via teddy bear.

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  98. Horror of Dracula

    Oozes class. Gorgeous Technicolor. Cushing surprisingly athletic.

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  99. Brides of Dracula

    Even better IMO. Sexy, surprising, excellent acting.

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  100. Torso

    Sergio Martino should have stuck with westerns.

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  101. Dracula, Prince of Darkness

    Dullsville! Halfway finished before Dracula shows up.

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  102. Island of Death

    Actually made me kinda queasy. Absurd, though.

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  103. Didn't You Used to be Satan?

    Pointless, misleading short portrait of Linda Blair.

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  104. KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park

    Essentially a live-action Scooby-Doo movie.

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  105. Hellraiser: Bloodline (1996)

    Drink every time someone says Toy Maker.

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  106. Monsters Crash the Pajama Party

    Automatic two extra stars for gorilla suit.

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  107. Night Life aka Grave Misdemeanours

    Scott Grimes gets bullied by preppie zombies.

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  108. Beast of Blood

    Last, least of the Blood Island trilogy.

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  109. The Beyond (rewatch, theatrical showing)

    Perfect way to end SMM. Happy Halloween!

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  110. The Black Cat (1934)

    Want Karloff's house. Ground floor up, though.

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  111. The House of the Devil (2009)

    One hell of a night for babysitting

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  112. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

    The Real World: Dr. Pretorius' Homunculi Edition

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  113. Evil Dead II (1987)

    Even more fun with audio commentary, Groovy !

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  114. Deathgasm (2015)

    Wish I could've seen this in 1986.

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  115. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974 Dir. Tobe Hooper)

    Alternate title: The Texas Mostly Sledgehammer Massacre

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  116. Trick 'r Treat (2007) Dir. Michael Dougherty

    Cannot believe it's almost 10 years old.

    and

    Our traditional watch now past 5 years.

    and

    Waiting for an anthology than can compete.

    and

    This will be the Creepshow of 2037.

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  117. Hocus Pocus (1993)

    Annual viewing. I love this darn movie!

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  118. The Exorcist (1973)

    This movie will forever freak me out.

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  119. Frankenstein (1931)

    Glad I'm paying for those swim lessons.

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  120. It Waits

    Fun gruesome version of messing with Sasquatch.

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  121. Drag Me to Hell

    Raimi makes a fluid ride in terror.

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  122. Silver Bullet

    Very fun, concluded on Halloween night...perfect!

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  123. Trick 'r Treat

    Maybe the best Halloween night movie ever.

    Happy Halloween/SMM Everyone!

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  124. Scream (1996)

    If everybody's a suspect, nobody's a suspect.

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  125. Hocus Pocus:

    Easily the most sing-alongable movie watched today!

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  126. Trick r- Treat:

    BAM! Sookie Stackhouse eats herself a vampire!

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  127. Dracula Has Risen From The Grave (1968)

    Where's the topless girl from the cover?

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  128. Candyman (1992)

    I think that was an insane masterpiece?

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  129. The Final Girls (2015)

    Great concept. Flawed execution. Marry me, Maeby.

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  130. The Final Girl (2015)

    Maybe hire director who's seen '80s horror?

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  131. Tales of Halloween (2015)

    Saved this for last. Happy Halloween, everybody!

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  132. Braindead AKA Dead Alive: (First Viewing)

    Wow. Fucking WOW! Mama Rat Queen's BOOBIES!

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  133. Rosemary's Baby (1968 Dir. What's his name)

    Could be Satan....or fetal alcohol syndrome.

    or

    Anyone else suddenly think of Bill Cosby?

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  134. Frankenstein (1931)

    Closes out Scary Movie Month in style.

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  135. Frankenstein (1931) - They all float, Kid. They all float.

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  136. Grabbers (2012)

    Don't forget to turn back your clocks.

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  137. The Gorgon (1964)

    Hammer says "It's all Greek to me."

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  138. Scream 4 (2011)

    "We're getting to old for this shit."

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  139. Halloween (1978)

    My favorite way to end every October.

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  140. Halloween 6 (1995)

    Why is everyone so obsessed with candles?

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  141. Bone Tomahawk (2015)

    Believe the fleas are alive. And talented.

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  142. Wolf Creek (2005)

    Shoulda called it Australian Sniper Rifle Massacre

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  143. Shaun of the Dead (2004)

    This guy should make a superhero movie.

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  144. Duel(1971)

    Pissed off trucker verses Dennis Weaver's mustache

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  145. Trick 'r Treat (2007)

    Tradition says the rules must be followed.

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  146. The Cabin in the Woods (2012)

    Probably the pinnacle of cinematic postmodern horror.

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  147. The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)

    Best Transylvanian transvestite mad scientist musical ever.

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  148. Night of the Living Dead (1968) - "I hear shooting. I'll walk towards it..."

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  149. Halloween (1978):

    Hands down my favourite movie villain music

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  150. Howling II: Your Sister Is A Werewolf (1986) - Even embalming her won't stop her turning !!! (???)

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  151. Scream Blacula Scream (1973) - I wish they'd made more of these.

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  152. Scream 2 (1997)

    Can't wait for next sequel, SMM 7!

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  153. The Shining (1980)

    Kubrick is the GOAT. Simple as that.

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  154. One last movie...

    The WNUF Halloween Special

    Found footage perfected. My new Halloween tradition.

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  155. Bone Tomahawk (2015)

    Sweet CREAM on an ice cream sammich!

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  156. Scream (1996)

    Winkler supports hanging douchebags. Strong but fair.

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  157. The Exorcist (1973 Dir. William Freidkin)

    Second best Ouija based film.....behind Ouija.

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  158. William Castle's Homical 1961

    I missed the ending, was it good?

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  159. Spider Baby (1967)

    "I'll copy this, too," said Rob Zombie.

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  160. Hellraiser (1987)

    Bit of advice: Don't come to daddy.

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  161. Halloween 2 2009

    Did he need to eat the Dog?

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  162. Tobe Hooper's POLTERGEIST (1982, 35mm theatrical screening).

    Mom's 32, older daughter's 16? My hero!

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  163. Nick DenBoer and Davy Force's THE CHICKENING (2015, theater) for the first time.

    Low-brow humor + cheesy CGI = big laughs.

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  164. Mario Bava's BAY OF BLOOD (1971, 35mm theatrical screening) for the first time.

    Who'll think of the children? Bava did.

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  165. William Castle's HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL (1959, theater).

    Can't put 'Price' on Vincent's charming performance.

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  166. Wes Craven's SCREAM (1996, theater).

    Hasn't aged well, Lillard overacts. Sorry, Wes.

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  167. Joe Begos' THE MIND'S EYE (2015, theater) for the first time.

    "Almost Human" director out-"Scanners" "Scanners'" sequels. Psychokinetics!

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  168. Hellraiser (1987)

    Mean uncle? Big whoop. Everybody has one.

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  169. Zombeavers 2014)

    Best undead beaver movie ever made. Boobs.

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  170. Damn ESADD watched 49 movies this day, that talks some doing, maybe 8 tvs all playing a film simultaneously and watching 8 at once? that's some set up....

    or maybe a timelord that stopped time?

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