Sunday, October 30, 2016

Scary Movie Challenge VII (Day 30)


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  1. Cannibal Apocalpyse (1980)
    Tackles the lesser known condition 'PTSDevour Everybody'.

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  2. Cheepshow:
    Spoiled brats are required to provide cake

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  3. Goosebumps (2015)
    Even PG ventriloquist dummies are creepy AF!

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  4. Ghost Story (1981)
    Chowder Society more about murder than chowder.

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  5. Poltergeist (2015)
    Gave it a shot; it's not good.

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  6. Lucio Fulci's CONQUEST (1983) in 35mm at Anthology Film Archives' 'The Genre Terrorist: Lucio Fulci' Retrospective for the first time.

    Nymphomaniac Cobra Commander battles Mexican Christopher Lambert.

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  7. William Friedkin''s THE EXORCIST (1973) in 35mm at Brooklyn Nitehawk Cinema's 'A Nite to Dismember.'

    Scarier than Pazuzu? Early 70's medical technology.

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  8. Tales From The Hood (1995)
    Maybe the real horror is SOCIETY, motherf'ers.

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  10. Don't Breath (2016)

    Did he sterilise that turkey baster first?

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  11. Bride of Boogedy (1987)
    Boogedy!!! (Do the other words even matter?)

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  12. Creepers aka Phenomena 1985

    Fuck Richard Wagner, Give us Richard Gere!

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  13. Bubba Ho-Tep (2002):

    Comfort food during a 14 hour flight.

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  14. UNDER THE SHADOWS (2016) at Brooklyn Nitehawk Cinema's 'A Nite to Dismember' for the first time.

    "The Babadook": Iran/Iraq 80's War Edition.

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  15. Neon Demon (2016)

    So beauty is only eye deep then.

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  16. Cabin in the Woods (2011)

    Finally showed this to my boyfriend, win!

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  17. THE LEGEND OF HELL HOUSE (1973) in 35mm at Brooklyn Nitehawk Cinema's 'A Nite to Dismember' for the first time.

    Roddy McDowall trash-talks ghost to death? WIN!

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  18. Edgar Ulmer's THE BLACK CAT (1934) in 35mm at Brooklyn Nitehawk Cinema's 'A Nite to Dismember' for the first time.

    Satanic rituals and modern-day architecture don't mix.

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    The "Freddy vs. Jason" of its day.

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  19. Stephen King's It (1990)

    Strong first half. Beep beep second half.

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  20. Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986)

    Awkward question, are you wearing my face?

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  21. Wes Craven's New Nightmare (1994) with Wes Craven Commentary

    I could listen to Professor Craven indefinitely

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  22. The Entity 1982

    The scariest use of an Airhose ever!

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  23. NIGHT OF THE DEMONS (1988) in 35mm at Brooklyn Nitehawk Cinema's 'A Nite to Dismember' for the first time.

    Flirts with Troma-like cheesiseness, but sticks landing.

    or

    Lydia from "Beetlejuice's" busting out all over!

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  24. FUNERAL HOME (1980) on Amazon Prime for the first time.

    The slow, boring, dull side of Canucksploitation.

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  25. The Gallows (2015)

    Friends shouldn't let friends watch The Gallows.

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  26. Let The Right One In (2008)
    That's too many cats for one person.

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  27. The Blob(1988)

    Blub blub blub blub blub blub.....blub

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

    That's not how you use a shotgun.

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  29. The Neon Demon (2016)

    Proof Winding Refn doesn't give a shit

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  30. Don't Breath (2016)

    Wish I was blind after turkey baster

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  31. The Mist (2007)

    Extreme measures taken to avoid single parenthood

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  32. Rec 2007

    Who said Subtitled films bite? No-one here

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  33. The Others (2001)
    Pale Nicole Kidman is just good casting.

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  34. An American Werewolf in London (1981)

    Get the proper vaccinations before traveling abroad.

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  35. The Cat o' Nine Tails (1971)

    Who doesn't enjoy some milk after sex?

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  36. When a Stranger Calls (1979)

    This guy is murdering my phone bill.

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  37. Event Horizon (1997)

    Not great as I remembered. Still, good.

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  38. Warm Bodies (2013)
    My tween daughter's pick. Actually pretty good.

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  39. Freddy vs. Jason

    The horror equivalent of Tom and Jerry

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  40. Stephen King's IT

    The reason I carry silver around clowns

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  41. Final Destination 3

    Death has a passion for "I Spy"

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  42. Cujo (1983)

    CUT! The dog just ate his makeup.

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  43. The Ghoul (1933)

    1930's horror is a many splendored thing.

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  44. Green Room (2015)

    Boy, that Trump rally escalated quickly...

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  45. The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

    Dr. Clitorious set's up terrible blind date.

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  46. Pontypool (2008)
    It's fun. Fun. Fun...Fun...Fun, FUN...!

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  47. The Mutlilator

    God damn songs stuck in my head, Again

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  48. Cat People (1982)
    First hot Crazy Cat Lady. Okay, second.

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  49. Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    "We need windows to see.....watch TV!"

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  50. Event Horizon (1997)

    (As Dr Ian Malcom)
    "What kind of inter-dimensional spaceship is this"?

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  51. Daylight's End (2016)

    "Look how cool we are, shootin' zombies."

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  52. Bloodlust! (1961)

    So underwhelming I can't think of anything.

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  53. Christine

    I think my expectations were too high.

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  54. Society

    Woke up confused to a giant butthead.

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  55. Street Trash (1987)

    Technicolor melting winos? Had me at "melting"

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  56. Apollo 18 (2011)

    Below average historical/found-footage/horror-in-space/monster movie

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  57. Halloween (1978)

    What makes this movie so goddamn perfect?

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  58. A New Nightmare (1994)

    Heather Langenkamp is terrible as Heather Langenkamp.

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  59. The Wolf Man (1941)

    FTM community recommended and it totally delivered.

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  60. Under the shadow (2016) time to leave, ok leave, jesus leave

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  61. The Last Time I Saw Ricard (2014)
    If short films count, do for it.

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  62. Event Horizon (1997)

    My Sci-Fi itch has now been scratched.

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  63. Hellions (2015) (One of the best Horror movies, ever)

    Proof that Rotten Tomatoes' ratings are meaningless.

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  64. The Mind's Eye (dir. Joe Begos 2015)

    Scanners and The Fury have good company!!

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  65. Under The Shadow (dir. Babak Anvari 2016)

    Bed sheets are more scarier than bombs!!

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  66. El vampiro (1957)
    Did that woman just strangle a vampire?!?
    and
    Everything that DrĂ¡cula (1931) should have been.

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  67. The Witch (2015)

    Having trouble relating to ultra-religious characters.

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  68. Curse of Chucky (2013)

    Good before it became a Chucky movie.

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  69. Goosebumps (2015)

    Waaaay better than I thought it'd be.

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  70. Ghose Story (1981)

    Compelled to look up sidewalks on Wikipedia.

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  71. Tales From The Hood (1995)

    *See my seven word Goosebumps review above*

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  72. Casper (1995)

    KIDS sequel had a surprisingly light tone.

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  73. Knock Knock (2015):

    Is Roth just screwing with us now?

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  74. The Grudge (2004)

    Still not sure how this "Grudge" operates.

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  75. The Blub (1988)

    Dude, that was a sweet jump. Blub

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  76. Gong Tau: An Oriental Black Magic (2007)
    Cheating husband contracts STC (Sexually Transmitted Centipedes.)

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  77. The Day Before Halloween (2016)
    Multiple movie ripoff. CGI flies. SyFy nonsense.

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  78. The Return of Dracula (1958)

    He's less Dracula, more a Eurotrash creep.

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  79. Young Frankenstein (1974)

    "Puttin' on the Ritz" totally owns me.

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  80. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

    I always wish I liked it more.

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  81. The Funhouse (1981)

    Feeling randy? Say no to the handie.

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  82. The Prophecy (1995):

    Definitely in my top 5 Walken performances.

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  83. The Tomb of Ligeia (1964)

    Holy crap! Didn't realize the double role!

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  84. Phantasm IV (1998)

    Reggie Bannister: Ball-buster and ball-busted.

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  85. Rec 2

    I've spent twenty bucks on worst things.

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  86. Fear, Inc. (2016)

    "The Tension Experience: The Movie" and cut

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  87. Vamp (1986)

    Jack Klompus has a hankering for cockroaches.

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  88. The Fog (1980)

    Atkins litters church and lays hitchhiker. Nice!!!

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  89. Frankenstein (1994)

    Frankenstines monster must really hate using tinder.

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  90. Cat's Eye

    Most heroic cat music in cinemas history.

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  91. Resurrection (1999):

    Mulcahy and Lambert reteam for Se7en ripoff.

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  92. The Witch (2015)

    Adding "goats" to my list of phobias.

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  93. The Shining (1980)

    What did Wendy think of the manuscript?

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  94. The Cabin in the Woods (2012)

    C'mon! Your basic human needs disgust me!

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  95. Poltergeist (1984)

    Ghosts apparently cool with first headstone move?

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  96. The Neon Demon (2016)

    It's America's Next Top Viciously Psychopathic Model.

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  97. Suspiria (1977)
    I wore out my remote's volume controls.

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  98. Mute witness 1994

    I was screaming for her, very tense

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  99. Sleepy Hallow (1999)

    Listen Maggots! Ichabod Crane's rough necks. OORAH!

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  100. Trick r Treat (eternity)

    Everyone knows it's lightening in a bottle.
    So where do you put the hotdog?
    Want to learn about the nature special.
    Guess what shopping carts are very scary.
    Kid's killing other kids is very HALLOWEEN

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  101. The Fly (1986)

    But wouldn't dustmites....ah, forget it - classic!

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  102. Exorcist II:
    The power of T3s compelled me.

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  103. The Brainiac (1962)

    Eating brains is creepiest with a spoon.

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  104. The Houses October Built:


    For real, can we just go home?

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