Sunday, October 2, 2016

Scary Movie Challenge VII (Day 2)


134 comments:

  1. Adam Wingard's BLAIR WITCH (2009) in theaters.

    We get it, Adam. Rent was overdue.

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    1. 2016!. Fucking "Blair Witch" came out just recently! And this year's "SMM VII" gets off to a sucky start for 'moi.' :'( :-P

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  2. WOLF CREEK (2005) at Brooklyn's Nitehawk Theater for the first time.

    Roscoe P. Coltrane retires to Australia. SNAPS!

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  3. Wes Craven's DEADLY BLESSING (1980) on Amazon Prime for the first time.

    Warm-up to "People Under the S̶t̶a̶i̶r̶s̶ Floor."

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  4. Dracula Has Risen From the Grave (1968)

    Badass: Word invented for Christopher Lee's Dracula.

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  5. Karin Kusama's THE INVITATION (2015) on Netflix Instant for the first time.

    If only they had Verizon Wireless plan...

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  6. Cabinet of Dr. Caligari 1920.
    Has Tim Burton seen any other movie?!

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  7. In the Mouth of Madness (1994)

    Vigo the Carpathian relocated to Hobb's End.

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  8. The Inkeepers (2011):

    One star. Definitely would not stay again.

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  9. The Black Cat (1934) and The Raven (1935):

    Karloff and Lugosi don't actually adapt Poe.

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  10. Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977)

    Vulcan mindmeld with Kai Winn? Bad idea.

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  11. Misery (1990)

    He shouldn't have crashed the cockadoodie car.

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  12. The Little Girl Who Lives Down The Lane
    All white movie has awesome blaxploitation soundtrack

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  13. Tenebrae (1982):

    This truly is the giallo gateway drug.

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  14. A Tale Of Two Sisters (2003)

    Well that's one seriously fucked up family.

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  15. Troll (1986)

    Michael Moriartys dance scene changed my life.

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  16. Bride Of Frankenstein (1935)

    Franks reaction to getting friend zoned? Murder.

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  17. The Uninvited (2009)

    I wish Elizabeth Banks was my stepmom.

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  18. Hider in the House (1989)

    Busey's still way scarier in Under Siege.

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  19. Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977)

    Oooh, shiny disco lights. Is this horror?

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  20. The Exorcist (1973)

    I think I'll have the pea soup.

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  21. Repossessed (1990)

    And I thought Scary Movie was bad.

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  22. Hellraiser III: Hell On Earth

    Turns out, Pinhead doesn't really like Hell.

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  23. Burying the ex (2014)
    I'll malt with Alexandra Daddario any day.

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  24. 31 (2016)

    No body puts Baby in a corner.

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  25. Blood Ranch (2006)

    Kinda enjoyed Rob Zombie's Rock Of Love

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  26. The Green Room (2016)

    Warning! Not a sequel from Wiseau Films

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  27. Paranorman (2012)

    Son's first scary movie; made ME cry.

    (Seriously guys this is a "kid's movie" for fans - part of the message re mob-mentality and fear is super-relevant right now and one of the last lines made me laugh out loud harder than I have in a long time).

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  28. Short Night Of Glass Dolls (1971)

    Post Rosemary's Baby, Pre Eyes Wide Shut

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  29. Dracula 2000

    (In Dracu-Doug's voice)

    Save some sweet Vitamin C for me!

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  30. The Boogens(1981)

    Here's a clue...call a furnace man.

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  31. The Lost Boys (1987)

    Grandpa's totally the star of the movie.

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  32. Kiyoshi Kurosawa's Cure (1997):

    An Amnesiac Existential Serial Killer in Japan.

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  33. HOUSEBOUND (2014):

    Morgana O'Reilly is a great final girl.

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  34. The Shallows (2016)

    Tom Hanks looks great in a bikini.

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  35. Sleeper (2012)

    Should've called it "Pro Wrestler vs. Australians."

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  36. Dracula (1931)

    "I love England. I have property there."

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  37. The Thing:

    Computerised Chess has developed a drinking problem

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  38. THE OMEGA MAN

    Jes-us Christ is Ch-uck Hes-ton with a gun!

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  39. Audition:

    Ahh, she's going to cut some cheese...

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  40. Xtro 1983

    173 films yesterday but no Xtro? #HeartBreaking

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  41. Devil Girl from Mars (1954)

    "it's just three words.....MARS NEEDS SPERM"

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  42. The Sand(2015)

    "I don't like sand, coarse and rough"

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  43. Hush (2016)

    Sometimes crossbows are just a real bitch.

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  44. Moonstalker (1989)
    Ummmm...moon? Check. Stalker? Check. Fun? Nope.

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  45. The Fog

    Ghost sailors really hate guys in flannel.

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  46. I Spit On Your Grave (1978)

    First date...rape. Second date...bath time!

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  47. THE WHIP & THE BODY (1963)

    If you dug Crimson Peak, watch this.

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  48. Cathy's Curse (1977)

    Life lesson: Never name your daughter Cathy

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  49. The Conjuring 2

    We interrupt your programming for Elvis break.

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  50. The Last Slumber Party (1988)

    Finally! A movie where nobody wears pants.

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  51. Frankenstein (1931)

    Frankenstein's dad's Twitter feed would be awesome.

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  52. Michael GiammarinoOctober 2, 2016 at 2:39 PM

    Burnt Offerings (1976)
    Tony: You got off light, Mrs. Torrance.

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  53. Michael GiammarinoOctober 2, 2016 at 2:48 PM

    Roar (1981)
    I think those 70 people disagree, Tippi.

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  54. Crimson peak (2015)

    This gothic romance sure feels like horror.

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  55. NIGHT TRAIN TO TERROR (1985)

    Cheesy, corny, with deliciously bad stop motion.

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  56. The Invisible Man (1932)
    Lacks the subtle nuance of Hollow Man.

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  57. Michael GiammarinoOctober 2, 2016 at 3:02 PM

    Mad Monster Party (1967)
    "I've come to steal your formula! Blah!"

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  58. The Sentinel (1977)

    Holy shit Mrs. Griswold, that was awkward.

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  59. Viral(2016)

    This movie was infectious...cough...uh oh

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  60. Prom Ride (2015)

    I'll vote for whoever outlaws found footage.

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  61. Bad Moon (1996)

    Werewolf murder: The 90's way to climax

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  62. Restoration (2016):

    Always check the neighborhood for death cults.

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  63. Nekronomicon, Book of the Dead 1994


    Shit gets real after the Bible burning!

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  64. THE FLY (1958)

    Looks like she chose the wrong brother.

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  65. THE FLY (1958)

    Looks like she chose the wrong brother.

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  66. NIGHT TIDE (1961)

    Hopper's own true romance...with a mermaid.

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  67. Pieces (1982)

    Kendall touched me...and I liked it.

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  68. The Devil's Backbone

    Captain Morgan should invest in dead fetuses.

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  69. The Exorcist III (1990)

    I'll have carp nightmares for a week.

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  70. Teenage Zombies (1960)

    Communist zombie-makers foiled by dopey teenage water-skiers.

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  71. Night Train to Terror

    Only complaint: needs more music video footage

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  72. Harvest Lake

    I always knew mushrooms were an aphrodisiac

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  73. 31

    I'm too disappointed to make a joke.

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  74. Julia's Eyes (2010)

    I see the light! And it burns!

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  75. Blair Witch (2016)

    Those damn sticks are so scary!!!

    Not.

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  76. Session 9 (2001): So wait, what's with the peanut butter?

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  77. Attack the Block (2011): Finn kills his first alien dead, believe!

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  78. The Blair Witch Project(1999)

    Dramamine....required for each and every viewing.

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  79. STAGEFRIGHT (1987)

    Owl mask is effective fucking slasher mask.

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  80. Hush (2016)

    The real horror is having no Wi-Fi.

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  81. The Stone Tape (1972)

    Great TV movie! Slow but super creepy.

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

    Myers quest against all Haddonfield public services.

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  83. Trick 'r treat (2007)
    It's 7-11 pizza, but it's still pizza

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  84. Pieces (1982) (with FTM commentary)

    Kendall lifts me up where I belong.

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  85. The Grudge (2004, American remake)

    Flashbacks work surprisingly well, in my opinion.

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  86. The Ring (2002, American remake)

    Worst mother of year award goes to...

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  87. The Theatre of Blood (1973):

    Surprised scenery's still standing after the chewing.

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  88. Freddy vs. Jason (2003)

    Heroine's cleavage gets bigger as movie progresses.

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  89. The Shallows (2016):

    Train the bird to fight the shark.

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  90. Final Destination 3 (2006)

    This is beneath Winstead. Wish I was!

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  91. Repossessed (1990)

    Match of the Century: Drebin v Pazuzu

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  92. Gavin Leahy OctoberOctober 2, 2016 at 8:46 PM

    Pet Sematary (1989) - Stephen King Marathon

    I guess some cats have ten lives.

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  93. Wolf Creek(2005)

    Crocodile Dundee returns home, loses his shit

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  94. Do You Like Hitchcock? (2005)
    Yes, but I don't like this movie.

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  95. Friday the 13th VII The new blood
    Word has it Pomaro's all-time favorite movie

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  96. Deep Red 1975

    What a strange painting. Holy shit aarrrggghh!!!

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  97. Halloween (1978) dir. John Carpenter

    Oops! What was that, a dolly track?

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  98. Girl in Woods (2016)

    Next time please take a protein bar!

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  99. MAGIC (1978)

    You don't wanna call Fats "some dummy."

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  100. Human Centipede (2010)

    ...I really liked it. Is that ok?

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  101. Willow Creek (2013)

    Goldthwait does horror & does it well.

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  102. Bunni (2013)

    Garbage movie. (Now I'm five words short.)

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  103. DEMONS (1985)

    A gorefest you're definitely gonna wanna see.

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  104. The Crazies (2010)

    Outbreak meets Romero with an Olyphant anchor.

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  105. Phantasm (1979)

    "Does my truck say 'Dead Jawa Storage'?"

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  106. The Changeling
    Follow the red bouncing ball, by George

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  107. Body Bags (1993)

    Balding Stacey Keach is my spirit animal

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  108. Ju-On: White Ghost

    Like Amityville 2 but Japanese and scary.

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  109. The Dead Zone (1983)

    Walken sees Jed Barlet's future, sees Trump

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  110. Bone Tomahawk (2015)

    Such a modern masterpiece. Thanks again, Patrick!

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  111. Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead (2014)
    Unique zombie film. Bianca Bradey. Bianca Bradey.

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  112. The Ambulance (1990)
    "Normal" Eric Roberts is scariest Eric Roberts.

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  113. Son of Frankenstein (1939)
    Apple does not fall far from tree.

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  114. WNUF Halloween Special (2013)

    Cat has a bad day on set.

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  115. Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)

    Not the same without a big crowd...

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  116. Creepshow (1982)

    Jordy Verill says "Weed. Not even once."

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  117. THE DEAD ROOM (2015)

    Kiwi ghost hunting procedural done quite well.

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  118. Michael GiammarinoOctober 3, 2016 at 1:57 AM

    Frankenstein (1931)

    At least we know Maria's no witch.

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  119. Michael GiammarinoOctober 3, 2016 at 2:10 AM

    Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

    Did Pretorius's shrunken people blow up too?

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  120. Michael GiammarinoOctober 3, 2016 at 2:12 AM

    Son of Frankenstein (1939)

    The real standout here was Bela Lugosi.

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  121. The Final Destination 3D (2009)

    The bad writing's what jumps out most.

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  122. The Descent - Down down deeper and down...oh shit

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  123. Night of the Living Dead

    You don't want that look from Ben.

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  124. You're Next (2011)
    A combination of Home Alone and familicide

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  125. Paranormal Activity 3 (2011)

    Maybe Michael Scott was actually onto something!

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  126. The Evil Dead (1981)

    No reason to even try to review!

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  127. [REC] (2007)

    Paris Hilton is terrific in the finale.

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  128. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

    Bride's Theme is my favorite movie music.

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  129. Two Thousand Maniacs (1964)

    Murder town movie could use more murders.

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  130. The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane

    Foster was 14, so...we're Sheen's character?

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  131. Tales from the Darkside: The Movie (1990)
    This would be much better in 2016

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  132. Dog Soldiers (2002)

    Basically, Night of the Living Werewolf Family

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  133. Scream 2: Famous person + small role = the killer.

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