Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Scary Movie Challenge VII (Day 4)


110 comments:

  1. House Of 1000 Corpses (2003)

    Dr Satan- A hat wearing a hat

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  2. The Haunting (1963)

    The perils and maddness of home ownership.

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  3. Slugs (1988 - from the director of Pieces)
    Also exactly what you think it is

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  4. Son of Frankenstein (1939):

    Committing crimes against nature: a hereditary condition.

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  5. John Carpenter's The Ward (2010)

    Puts me In The Mouth Of Sadness

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  6. Halloween: Resurection (2008)

    Wu-tang maybe, but Kung-fu Busta? Come On!

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  7. The Phantom of the Paradise

    Great movie ruined by weird floating birds.

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  8. Birdemic- Shock and terror

    Terrible movie, ruined by weird floating birds.

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  9. Pieces (1982)

    This movie is... exactly what I wanted.

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  10. Sleepwalkers

    Cats: the cute and furry bad asses

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  11. The Thing (1982)

    Earliest example - paranoia and mistrust of Windows

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  12. Ginger Snaps (2001):

    But if I associated menstruation with lycanthropy...

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  13. Sleepy Hollow (1999)

    Ah screw it, I like this movie

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  14. The Vault of Horror (1973)
    Office building basement cemetaries are sooooo '70s.

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  15. 'A Nightmare on Elm St 2: Freddy's Revenge' (1985)

    Alternative title: Freddy and the Blue Oyster

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  16. Tales of Terror (1962)
    Poe fans will see the endings Corman'.

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  17. Under The Skin (2013)
    Evidently Michael Myers taught her to drive

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  18. A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985)

    Just what the original lacked: exploding parakeets.

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  19. Candyman (1992)

    Movie hooks you right from the beginning

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  20. Devils Rejects (2005)

    Family enjoys murder and tootie fuckin frutie

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  21. Cobra (1986)

    Night Slasher wields the best knife ever.

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      George P. Cosmatos trope: cold-cocking authority figures

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  22. The Funhouse (1981)
    Weird kid from 'Phenomena'? How you've grown!

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  23. IT (1990)

    Does Pennywise poop his parachute pants? Depends.

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  24. I, Madman (1989)

    Too much flesh cut from the script.

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  25. Lawnmower Man (1992)

    VR Frankenstein's Monster sez "RRRRRRRR... Firewalls BAD!!!"

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  26. Creep (2014)

    Mark Duplass is why I avoid hugs

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  27. Gaslight (1944)

    IMDb says Thriller but really stealth Gothic

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  28. Watchers (1988)

    Schlock monster stalks genius dog. Two stars

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  29. Ouija Experiment 2: Theater of Death (2015)

    The purest expression of unnecessary meta sequel.

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  30. Night Train to Terror (1984)

    I assume the dancers came with satan

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  31. Before I Wake (2016) :
    still less scary than the 2016 elections

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  32. The purge: Election year (2016)
    Why aren't people stealing stuff, i would

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  33. V/H/S (2012)

    Surprisingly good use of found footage (occasionally).

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  34. The Golem (1920)

    Why waste clay on a stupid dreidel?

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  35. The Curse of Frankenstein (1957)

    Dr.Frankenstein shoots his fiancé in the boob!

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  36. When Animals Dream (2014)
    Small town. Big secret. Things get hairy.

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  37. Phantasm Ravager (2016)

    The balls on this fuckin' guy, huh?

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  38. The Invitation (2015)

    Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf's death cult?

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  39. The Shallows

    Blake's wonderful tiny bikini and a shark.

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  40. Halloween (2007)

    full frontals, rape, RZ magic getting R?

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  41. What We Do in the Shadows (2014)

    That was really funny and surprisingly sweet.

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  42. The Number 23 (2007)

    This Michael Jordan gambling biopic is weird.

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  43. Gavin Leahy OctoberOctober 4, 2016 at 1:44 PM

    Sleepwalkers (1992) - Stephen King Marathon

    Werecats, that classic monster from the 90's.

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  44. Freddy Return: A Nightmare Reborn (2009)

    Creative, if professionally undernourished, Freddy fan film.

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  45. The Dead Zone (1983)

    Walken with limp defeats Evil Jed Bartlet.

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  46. Deathdream (1974)
    Folks sure love killing John Marley's pets.

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  47. I Bury the Living (1958)

    No "Mr. Potter"s in town for experimenting?

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  48. Bleed (2016)

    Another regrettable choice made while browsing Netflix.

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  49. Braindead aka DeadAlive 1992

    Best Zombie killing kick ass priest ever

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  50. Creep (2014)
    Hello? 24hr engraving? I need another one.

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  51. Green Room (2015)
    Imogen Poots, missing Anton, Stewart can walk?!?

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  52. Mirrors(2008)

    Patrick's go to movie practically every October.

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  53. A Horrible Way to Die (2010)

    Having your dick shoved down your throat.

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  54. Child's Play (1988)

    Drive faster..away from the back seat.

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  55. Darling (2015)

    Greatest horror of all: Cleaning the bathroom.

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  56. Species (1995)
    Single alien looking for a good time.

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  57. Dolly Dearest (1991)

    Mexico steals our evil doll manufacturing jobs.

    -or-

    Mattel'll have a field day with this.

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  58. Tales from the darkside (1990)
    Cat got your tongue? And the rest!

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  59. The Thing (1982)
    The hateful great(est) monster movie ever

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  60. The Shallows (2016)

    It's called 'Murderer Shark Beach.' Happy now?!

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  61. Phantasm II (1988)

    I'll say it-- I like LeGros' Mike.

    Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead (1994)

    Sure, a homicidal Kevin McCallister? Why not?

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  62. Hush (2016)
    Couldn't a crossbow bolt break a window?

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  63. The Invitation

    Better sales pitch than most juice cleanses

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  64. Stage Fright

    Waiting for the sequel with Kabuki Hamilton

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  65. A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)

    Technically, delivered a nightmare on Elm Street.

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  66. Pontypool

    It was really good for an hour. Too bad it was 93 minutes long.

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  67. III: The Ritual (2015)

    Freddy Krueger meets artsy European religious symbolism.

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  68. The Fly (1958)

    Learn to use that damn butterfly net!

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  69. Event Horizon 1997

    Jason went to space! So did Hellraiser

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  70. The Cat and The Canary (1939):
    Never forget to check the secret passageways.

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  71. The Monster Squad (1987)

    Frankie! Why are we still standing here?

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  72. Tourist Trap

    Molly and I both have fake friends.

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  73. Young Frankenstein(1974)

    Eye-gor...Abby normal?!!! What the shit?!!!!!!

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  74. They (2002)

    A snoozer, you aughts not watch this.

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  75. Deathgasm (2016) Dir. Jason Lei Howden

    Nancy Reagan's worst fears come to life.

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  76. Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood

    Well at least ... Yeah I got nothin'

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  77. Fright Night (2011)

    McLovin? Collette? Poots!? I think I like.

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  78. Wishing Stairs (2003)
    I'm lazy. Will wait for wishing elevator.

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  79. Just finished up the second time through Stranger Things since one of the kids wanted to watch it so I've got two, mostly because of the first …

    I'm not sure whether this counts. Shit.

    But just in case it does …

    The pollen from that monster is killer.

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  80. The Last Wave (1977)
    Not everything Criterion releases can be great.

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  81. Would You Rather (2012):
    James Wan's Clue remake is kinda lame.

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  82. Don't Breathe (2016)

    Thanksgiving will never be the same. #turkeybaster

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  83. Cursed (2005)

    I totally saw side boob on Greerwolf.

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  84. The Addams Family (1991)

    Hey And a Hey and a Hey

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  85. Theater of Blood (1973)
    Edward Lionheart would have hated Rotten Tomatoes.

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  86. The Mutilator

    Big Ed confuses vagina for a fish

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  87. Dead Silence (2006) Dir. James Wan

    Just to steal Adam's "Wan direction" joke.

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  88. The Wicker Man (1973)

    I finally crossed this off the list.

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  89. Vacancy

    Nimrod Chekhoved up his Hitchcock real good.

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  90. Xtro (1982)

    Dennis Atherton's the architect of my pain.

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  91. Scream (1996)
    I see you Wes Craven, nice sweater

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  92. Devil (2010)

    Elevator should have been full of politicians.

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  93. The Aggression Scale (2012)

    We Need to Talk About Kevin McCallister

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  94. Sole Survivor

    Remind me to never piss off Death.

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  95. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

    A wonderful performance by a question mark.

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  96. Phantasm: Oblivion (1998)

    More like Phantasm: Introspection am I right?

    Phantasm: Ravager (2016)

    Makeup by KNB. CGI by Mario Paint.

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  97. Blair Witch (2016)

    Wicked woodsy walkabout with wonky walkie talkies.

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  98. We Are Still Here (2015)

    At least the property taxes are low!

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  99. Strip Nude For Your Killer (1975)

    How to cope with trauma: surprise anal

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  100. Vampire Academy (2014)

    Jesus wept as cinema hit its zenith

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  101. Psycho 2 (1983)

    You sure you won't have a sandwich?

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  102. We Are Still Here (2015)
    Barbara Crampton! Oh, and the movie's good.

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  103. Dressed to Kill
    Love DePalma, wanted to love this more.

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  104. Michael GiammarinoOctober 5, 2016 at 1:52 AM

    The Darkness (2016)

    A family is haunted by tedium. Likewise.

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  105. The Gorgon (1964)
    "Gorgon? Ha! More like BORE-gon!" Stone face.

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  106. I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997)

    No thanks 1997...you keep the overalls!

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  107. Alexia (2013)

    Unfriended before Unfriended, but it's no Unfriended.

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  108. Most Likely To Die (2015)

    Gambling puns ahead! Best to fold now...

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  109. Housebound. How do you not know secret passages?

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