Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Scary Movie Challenge VII (Day 11)


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  1. Rob Zombie's HALLOWEEN (2007) for the first time.

    Redneck kid snaps, becomes hulking killer wrestler.

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  2. Tim Burton's MISS PEREGRINE'S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN (2016) in 4DX 3D in theaters for the first time.

    At least it doesn't have swirly circles.

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    From the studio that made "X-Men"... THIS!

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  3. House of Usher (1960)
    If only Mike Holmes had been there. (._.)

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  4. Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein (1948)

    Universal goes Looney Tunes and it's glorious.

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  5. Body Bags (1993)

    Every man's deepest fear: losing your hair.

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  6. Tarantula (1955)
    Agarophobia: Fear of open spaces containing Agar.

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  7. Dawn of the Dead (1978)

    Those lovable zombies before they were running.

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  8. Fright Knight (1985)

    The boy who turned Marcy D'Arcy gay

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  9. Creepshow (1982)

    Leslie Nielsen's terrifying, yet still oddly attractive

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  10. The Leopard Man (1943)
    Got bored, wondered what Leopardchaun'd be like.

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  11. Shin Godzilla (2016):

    Is Godzilla or bureaucracy the bigger threat?

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  12. The Purge: Election Year (2016)

    Visit the Lincoln Memorial when you visit!

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  13. Halloween III: Season of the Witch

    All those masks but where's the Shatner

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  14. Contamination (1980)

    A space horror...this isn't at all.

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    1. Are you the former heavyweight boxing contender, Shannon...? Because that would be awesome.

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  15. Inside (unrated version, 2007) That's one sharp pair of scissors.

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  16. Ghoulies (1985)

    "Shoot in Italy! Cocaine is cheaper there."

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  17. Don't Breathe (2016):

    Are you sure that baster is clean?

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  18. The Howling
    Transformation not as good as American Werewolf

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  19. Don't Breathe (2016):

    Are you sure that baster is clean?

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  20. The Descent: Part 2

    Expected suckage, but found it surprisingly good.

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  21. Ghoulies II (1988)

    Trump surrogate exploits hard-working immigrant Ghoulies.

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  22. The Legend of Hell House (1973)

    Is there a name for horny ghosts?

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  23. The Witch (2016)

    Public Notice: Free Wood; Beware of Goat.

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  24. Long Weekend (1978)
    Eagle eggs, a good metaphor for abortion.

    When A Stranger Calls (1979)
    The movie primarily responsible for helicopter parents.

    Wolfcop
    Hair of the dawg that split ya'.

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  25. Mumsy, Nanny, Sonny, and Girly (1970)

    This is the most confusing game ever.

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  26. Halloween Tree (1993)

    Ghost pip sure is a giant asshole.

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  27. Dead Heat (1988)

    The best horror buddy cop movie around

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  28. Lost boys (1987)
    Boy, that Corey Feldman sure can act.

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  29. The VVitch (2016)

    That wood was stacked way too high.



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  30. Frankenhooker (1990)

    Now this is B movie gold, trash-tastic!!

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  31. Slither (2006)

    Space slugs are ruggedly handsome, aren't they?

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  32. The Hitcher (2007)

    It's just like the original, but terrible.

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  33. Never Sleep Again (2010)

    Why can't all documentaries be this long?

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  34. Paranormal Activity 3 (2011)

    Sheets haven't been this horrifying since puberty

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  35. Pieces (1982)

    The world is poorer without Dick Shadows.

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  36. They're Watching

    Not as scary as actual reality tv.

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  37. Cry Wolf (2006)

    And let slip the dogs of rumormongering.

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  38. Leprechaun (1993)

    I'd vote for this fucker over Trump.

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  39. The Vampire's Coffin (1958)

    The night was alive with flood lights!

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  40. Don't Breathe(2016)

    Movie where hero, villain roles flip drastically.

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  41. WNUF Halloween Special (2013)

    Programming note: adjust your tracking, and expectations.

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  42. Nightmare Sisters (1988)

    These movies defined my awkward teenage years.

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  43. Microwave Massacre-(1983)

    That opening sequence sure was...something else.

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  44. House of the Long Shadows (1983)

    Vincent Price calls Christopher Lee a bitch

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  45. Cloverfield (2008)
    Too few rats in subway. Not realistic.

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  46. Maniac (1980)
    Not everyone can handle Yo Mama jokes.

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  47. Horns (2013)
    Harry Potter goes Slytherin. kinda liked it.

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  48. Christmas Evil (1980)

    My daughter's now terrified of Santa. Fantastic!

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  49. Gavin Leahy OctoberOctober 11, 2016 at 5:07 PM

    The Shining (1997) - Stephen King Marathon

    Killer topiary, that's what the original needed

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  50. Night of the Comet (1984)

    Catherine Mary Stewart is my final girl.

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  51. The Beyond (1981)

    My first Fulci, didn't finish my snacks.

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  52. Hannibal Rising (2007):

    Do DeLaurentiis films count as Italian horror?

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  53. Basket Case (1982)

    DeVito was struggling for work in 1982

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  54. Q: The Winged Serpent (1982)

    Moriarty is from a different planet, right?...

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  55. Cats eye

    It's safer to smoke than actually quit

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  56. Angel Heart

    I Sold my soul to Lucy fer

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  57. Poltergeist (1982)

    Patrick's Blumhouse article inspired me to revisit.

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  58. All Through the House (2016)
    Hedgeclipper Santa delivers stabbiest Christmas ever. Fun.

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  59. The Witch(2016)

    Black Philip, the Greatest Of All Time

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  60. Orphan(2009)

    Imagine if Brad and Angelina adopted her.

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  61. Slugs (1988)

    Not Mike Pence sure loves his Wendy's.

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  62. What Lies Beneath (2000)
    Deep marital issues, that's what lies beneath.

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  63. 976-Evil II (1991)

    Why's astral projection bad for skin care?

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  64. Friday the 13th (1980): And then there was one . . . wait, ZOMBIE?

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    1. Or . . . "I think Mrs Voorhees has Man Hands"

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    2. Or ... "why did I watch this on Tuesday?"

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  65. House on Haunted Hill (1999)

    Peter Gallagher separated his eyebrows for this.

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  66. Tourist Trap (1979)

    33 and barely handled this nightmare fuel.

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  67. Strip Nude For Your Killer (1975)

    Bianchi takes giallo into Trump level sleaze.

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  68. The Thing (1982)

    What's cooler than being cool? Ice cold!

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  69. Krampus (2015):

    Or: How the Trump Voters Saved Christmas

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  70. Frailty (2001)

    Powers Booths fooled by obvious plot device.

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  71. The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh (1971)
    Someone buy Edwige Fenech clothes ! ... or not?

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  72. Prince Of Darkness

    Piss out your mouth, make people satan.

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  73. The Collector:

    Why not collect marbles instead? Less Effort.

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  74. Event Horizon (1997)

    This is my review of Event Horizon.

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  75. Blood Rage (1987)

    What is that thing in your hand?

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  76. The Shallows (2016)

    Sequel pitch: Bird comes back, seeking vengeance.

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  77. Phantasm: Ravager (2016)

    Reggie Bannister is Steven Segal without catchphrases

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    1. Sorry, had to fix spelling error...

      Phantasm: Ravager (2016)

      Reggie Bannister is Steven Seagal without catchphrases

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    2. Actually a better one might be:

      Phantasm: Ravager (2016)

      I didn't know Ted Nugent could act

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  78. The Devil's Rejects (2005)

    Worked with yellow glasses wearing dickhead once

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  79. Poltergeist (1982)
    Couldn't get any worse for them... shit.

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  80. Ghostbusters (1984)

    It's Ghostbusters, if you don't know already …

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  81. Prince of Darkness (1987)

    Do possessed grads pay student loans?

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  82. Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go To College (1991)

    Do Ghoulies pay out-of-state tuition?

    Kill List (2011)

    Wicker enthusiasts are poorly represented in horror.

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  83. Cujo (1983)

    Good boy, movie, that's a good movie.

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  84. Child's Play (1988)

    A pretty quiet weekend by Chicago standards.

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  85. The Fly (1958)

    Why the hell wasn't Jeff Goldblum warned?

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  86. Ghostbusters (2016)

    I'm boycotting my own seven word review.

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  87. Don't Go in the Woods (1981)

    Everyone should watch this film once...please!!

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  88. Kill List (2012)
    evil Joe Biden hires the Boondock Saints

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  89. Dark Summer (2015)

    New subgenre: Infatuated Teenage Satanic Witch Ghost

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  90. Xtro 1982

    Not enough Xtro love yet this SMM

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  91. Poltergeist (1982)

    Yep, I still enjoy this Hooperberg flick.

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  92. We Are What We Are

    It's true, they are what they are.

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  93. Young Frankenstein (1974)

    I miss you, Marty, Gene, & Madeline.

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  94. Billy Club (2013)
    CRACK! YAA-awwww.. a not so grand slam

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  95. The Witch (2015)
    My Dream of owning pet goat? dashed.

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  96. HANSEL & GRETEL: WITCH HUNTERS (2013)

    I am totally a witch, Gemma Arterton.

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