Sunday, October 23, 2016

Scary Movie Challenge VII (Day 23)


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  1. Near Dark (1987)
    No fangs. No sparkle. Lean and mean.

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  2. Psycho II (1983)
    Mother is alive! Then not so much.

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  3. The Brainiac (a/k/a El Baron del Terror) (1961)

    All hail K. Gordon Murray! (This time...)

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  4. Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (2010)

    Stars' comedic chemistry highlights surprisingly re-watchable gorefest.

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  5. Prince of Darkness (1987)

    Roaches work for Satan, I knew it!

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  6. Friday the 13th Part 5 (1985)

    Orgasm face while shitting, oohhhbaby ooohbaby ... ooohbaby

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  7. Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948)
    Writer: "...I need an ending...defenestrate everyone!"

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  8. Poltergeist (1982)
    Screwing Around With Cloud Effects: The Movie

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  9. Dawn of the Dead (1978)

    Makes 'Walking Dead' look like children's programming

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  10. The Bad Seed (1956)

    Rhoda's "Au clair de la lune" chills.

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  11. I sell the Dead 2008

    After Brexit, I'll sell um much cheaper!

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  12. Body Bags (1993)

    Haddonfield. Why does that town sound familiar?

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  13. Day of the Dead (1985)
    At least the dumb fucks work together.

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  14. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

    Insomniacs need not to worry, but narcoleptics....

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  15. Cujo (1983)

    The only film where I understand cynophobia

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  16. Friday the 13th part VIII: Jason takes Manhattan (1989)

    Almost as bad as the Browns' season

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  17. Alien (1979)

    I gotta ask. Did that Hurt, John?

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  18. From Dusk til Dawn (1996)

    What's your name? Sex Machine? Of course.

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  19. House (1986)

    George Wendt is actually a thoughtful neighbor.

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  20. Baskin (2015)

    Mind Opening, how much is too much?

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  21. Death Proof (Aka: Thunderbolt)

    It's great, even without doing "the thing".

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  22. Hellraiser (1987)

    Refined English woman. Goopy blood-man. Love connection.

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  23. Hellbound: Hellraiser II (1988)

    I'll one day regret my Hellraiser marathon.

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  24. Lake Mungo 2008

    Psychic "Schultz" admitted his name is untrustworthy!

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  25. Dude Bro Party Massacre III (2015)

    Motherface would make an awesome Halloween costume.

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  26. The Mask of Satan a.k.a. Black Sunday (La Maschera del Demonio) (1960)

    Totally crushing on Barbara Steele right now.

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  27. Night of the Living Dead (1990)

    It's that thing you love, but not.

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  28. Planet Terror (2007)
    Gets the upper leg on the sickos.

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  29. Child's Play (1988)

    Chicago: prouder of Chucky or the Cubs?

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  30. Child's Play 2 (1990)

    Jenny Agutter acts it like it's Shakespeare.

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  31. Child's Play 3 (1991)

    Eh...still worth watching for Perrey Reeves.

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  32. Krampus (2016)

    Last Christmas I gave you my heart.

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  33. The house by the Cemetery

    Boobs and Blood and Fulci on Ultrabit!

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  34. The Return of the Living Dead (1985)

    Was tough, but I spotted Linnea Quigley.

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  35. The Crazies (1973)
    Panic, fear, confusion, miscommunication, lies. Still relevant.

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  36. Dawn of the Dead (1978)

    Fondue, preferred meal of the zombie apocalypse.

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  37. Ernest Scared Stupid (1991)
    That's an absurd amount of troll snot.

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  38. Day of the Dead (1985)

    Can't teach an old zombie new tricks

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  39. It Follows (2014)

    Still better than getting herpes or AIDS

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  40. Dawn of the Dead (2004)

    Made watching other people's childbirth more gross

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  41. The Mist (2007)

    Ended just like my last relationship did

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  42. The Descent (2005):

    Just don't go down there! The end!

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  43. The Shining (1980)

    Honestly, still not my worst hotel visit

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  44. Cannibal Holocuast (1980)

    Still more appetizing than anything at Applebee's

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  45. Lights Out (2016)

    Lovely message - sometimes suicide is the solution

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  46. It Follows (2015)

    I have to know: does anal count?

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  47. The Horde (2009)

    Aurore never forgot the reason they came.

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  48. Frankenhooker (1990)

    Supercrack scene alone is worth admission price

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  49. Monster Squad (1987)

    Always, always kick em in the nards.

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  50. Day of the Dead (1985)

    I remember you from Weapon X Bub.

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  51. Salem's Lot (1979)

    Dream casting: William Shatner as Ben Meirs

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  52. The Brood (1979)

    Sorry, Ebert, I loved this "reprehensible trash"!

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  53. An American Werewolf in London (1981)

    Still the best werewolf transformation. Completely perfect.

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  54. The Corridor (2010)
    Filmed a few hours from my hometown!

    Atlantic Canadian winter! Moosehead! Alpine! Movie's good!

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  55. Ouija: Origin of Evil

    Hasbro horror. Yes? No? Goodbye? Penis breath?

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  56. Paperhouse (1990)

    Kept wanting Mr. Bean to show up.

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  57. The Shining (1980)

    The Overlook is always watching. Always. Watching.

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  58. Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016)

    Finally, a sequel better than the original.

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  59. Prince of Darkness (1987)

    King of Darknesses son is a douche.

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  60. Deadgirl (2009)

    Indie twee detracts from my necrophilia fix

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  61. Casper (1995)

    Can't possibly explore the topic it raises.

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  62. The Kiss of the Vampire (1963)

    Where's my wife? Found her. Vampires! CREDITS.

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  63. The Relic (1997);

    This episode of Batman is missing something.

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  64. Diary of the Dead: what happened to Romero?

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  65. Night of the Lone Wolf: it's bad when Facebook is more interesting.

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  66. Ghosts of Mars (2001): John Carpenter's Ghost of His Former Self.

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  67. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)

    Tons of parking. Must be the 1970s.

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  68. Fender Bender

    Movie should have ended five minutes earlier.

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  69. Dracula 2000 (2000): Dracula with Mountain Dew and Alt Rock

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  70. The Thing (1982)
    Don't like it? How cool being wrong.

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  71. The Lost Boys (1987)

    Read FTM, you don't need actual movies.

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  72. Survival Island (2002)

    A Killer Piñata! That learns to love...

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  73. Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children (2016)
    PG13 fantasy, with horror in it's heart.

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  74. Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016)

    Takes huge, steaming dump on first movie.

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  75. The Wolf Man (1941)

    Jack Pierce continues making up incredible characters.

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  76. The Raven (1963)

    Young Jack Nicholson is a lousy actor.

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  77. Attack of the Giant Leeches (1959)

    Killed off the interesting people too early.

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  78. Tales of Halloween (2105)

    A great collection of All Sorts candies

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  79. Ghostbusters (2016)
    I tried to get my mom involved.

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  80. Scream (TV Series: The Halloween Special)

    I liked what they were going for.

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  81. Misery (1990)

    Gore is fine. Just no ankle breaking.

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  82. The Fog (2005)

    Sometimes it is worse than you remember!

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  83. In the Mouth of Madness

    I miss Frances Bay so fucking much.

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  84. Paranormal Activity

    Paranormal or not, there's only ever inactivity.

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  85. Behind the Mask

    This movie's full of cliches. Oh, wait …

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  86. Ouija: Orgin of Evil (2016)

    The title card honestly makes the movie.

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