Thursday, October 6, 2016

Scary Movie Challenge VII (Day 6)


126 comments:

  1. WNUF Halloween Special (2013)

    Starts great, loses its novelty halfway through.

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  2. The Witch (2015) rewatch
    Lucifer: just an extremely aggressive autograph hound?

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  3. Phantasm Ravager (2016)

    What do YOU think it means, boooooooy!?!?!

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  4. Axe (1974)
    aka California Axe Massacre, filmed in Charlotte.

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  5. Phantom of the Paradise (1974)

    Devil's user agreement less intrusive as Apple's.

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  6. The Raven (1935)
    Lugosi: stark raven mad, or just cuckoo?

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  7. Michael GiammarinoOctober 6, 2016 at 3:50 AM

    Fender Bender (2016)

    The retro VHS version makes a difference!

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  8. What We Do In The Shadows (2014)

    I agree with Vladislav's theory on sandwiches.

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  9. Hellraiser 9: Revelations.

    That's not Pinhead. Need 4 more words.

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  10. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986)

    New MPAA rating: No one sober admitted.

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  11. Kuroneko (1968):

    In Japan, cats apparently give a fuck.

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  12. Jekyll and Hyde... Together Again (1982)

    Not scary, but it's a family favorite.

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  13. Misery (1990)

    Annie's a sharp shooter with that syringe

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  14. Roar

    Not violent enough? Watch the "making of"

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  15. Killer Klondike from Outer Space

    I've seen creepier clowns behind my school

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  16. Xtro II: The Second Encounter (1990):

    Won't be a surprise Junesploitation 2017 hit.

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  17. The Duel (1971)

    Falling Down, with a truck, but good.

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  18. Wolf Creek (2005)
    The most egregious continuity I've ever seen
    or
    They really should have taken that gun
    or
    Good thing these nails don't have heads
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    Jarratt is a poor man's Jim Sideow
    or
    I just really don't like Wolf Creek

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  19. Evil Dead 2
    What the hell is a fruit cellar.

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  20. Dracula (1931)

    Does anyone know if possums carry rabies?

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  21. Drácula (Spanish Version) (1931)

    ¿Alguien sabe si zarigüeyas tienen la rabia?

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  22. The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death (2014)

    The Not-So-Great British Haunting Show.

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  23. Howling V: The Rebirth (1989)

    Clue with werewolves. Sounds good, huh? Wrong.

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  24. Pet Sematary:

    Angry undead kids are my Achillies heel.

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  25. The Thing (1982)

    Kurt Russell should administer all blood tests

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  26. Carrie (1976)

    Still a better prom experience than mine

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  27. Evil Dead (2013)

    Setting up future weapons early: The movie

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  28. Don't Breathe (2016)

    Turkey Basters make for an uncomfortable MacGuffin

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  29. The Funhouse (1981)

    Rob Zombie owes his aesthetic to Hooper.

    Intruder (1989)

    Sam Raimi's entourage makes a decent slasher.

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  30. Amusement (2008)

    Otherwise pointless film; clown's worth the ticket.

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  31. The Boneyard (1991)

    Every movie needs giant zombie Phyllis Diller.

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  32. Prison (1988)

    Climactic electrical rampage comes too late. Pass.

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  33. Mark of the Witch (1970)
    Zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz.

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  34. Hellraiser II: Hellbound

    Matte paintings suggest Hell is vacation destination.

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  35. Cauldron: Baptism of Blood (2004)

    Oh, Ted Mikels, you and your fetishes.

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  36. Damien: Omen II (1978)

    The movie where Hollywood played a doctor.

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  37. Child's Play

    Glad I didn't die in a sex shop

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  38. Deep Red (1975)

    "The only necklaces built to survive beheadings!"

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  39. Case 39 (2010):
    Exorcism? Nah! Child abuse, that's the solution!

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  40. The Reef (2010)

    Uhmmm...where were all the reef attacks!

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  41. The Fury (1978)

    Don't come a'knockin' when forehead veins a'throbbin'.

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  42. Ju-On: The Grudge (2002)

    One spirit's quest to bum a lozenge.

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  43. The Forest (2016)

    The Snore-est, The Bore-est... Other similar puns...

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  44. The Monster Squad (1987)

    Casual homophobia was perfectly acceptable in 1987.

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  45. Hellraiser (original movie)

    We have much....ahhhhh! My f-ing skin!


    Hellraiser (franchaise)

    We have much "stuff" to show you.

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  46. Alien (1979)

    Spaghetti clearly not a chestbursters favourite food

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  47. Misery (1990)

    Twitter incarnate hisses, "I'M YOURRR BIGGESSSST FAAAANNNN..."

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  48. Green Slime (1969)

    Original title (Martian Ejaculate) was considered offensive.

    Martian Ejaculate also a terrific ska band.

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  49. Cabin in the Woods (2012)

    This isn't scary, wait, is that fine?

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  50. Dead Silence (2007)

    Who knew dummies loved the "Oh Face"?

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  51. Baskin (2016)
    Well, that's 31 flavors of fucked up.

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  52. Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers (2004)

    Palate Cleanser. No hooks. Intact skin. Good.

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  53. The House of the Devil (2009)

    Try best the devil in Barb jeans.

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  54. Eegah! (1962)
    Shaved caveman could have joined The Beatles.

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  55. The Cloth (2014)

    More exorcists should carry futuristic laser guns.

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  56. Pieces (1982)
    Students butchered by murdering bastard. Bastard! BASTARD!!

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  57. Dracula (1931)
    Dracula:Vampire and the Transylvanian James Bond

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  58. Demon knight 1995

    Hey! Get that PUSSY off the table

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  59. Tales of Poe (2016)
    So ambitious. So many scream queens.

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

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  61. Cujo (1983)

    Cujo's gone to a sematary upstate, honey.

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  62. Extreme Jukebox (2013)

    Heavy metal! Heavy metal! ...and some horror.

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  63. The Howling (1981)

    Film brought to you by Wolf Chili.

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  64. The Gift (2005) (Sorry if this doesn't count; Netflix told me it did):

    Smilie faces: A sign of being unhinged. :)

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  65. Deliver Us From Evil (2014)

    Horror film or just a Bronx documentary?

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  66. Shark Lake (2016)

    "Jaws" + "Rocky IV" + No Budget = Suck Ass

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  67. The Sacrament (2013)

    Did you read their no guests policy?

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  68. High Rise (2015)
    Grocery store blocks away... nah dog's tasty

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  69. Pandorum (2009): This space flick put me to hypersleep.

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  70. The Editor (2014)

    Amusing, but so very, very, very long.

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  71. Cabin Fever (2002)

    No Mr. Feeny to help these kids.

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  72. Dracula 2000

    Jennifer Esposito made me a man. Twice.

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  73. Event Horizon (1997)

    We're leaving Baby Bear. Leaving to Hell!

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  74. Gavin Leahy OctoberOctober 6, 2016 at 5:43 PM

    Dreamcatcher (2003) - Stephen King Marathon

    Did Doug provide its farting foley work?

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  75. Don't Blink (2014)
    And just like that, poof, they're gone.

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  76. House of 1000 corpses (2003).
    Should have just watched Texas Chainsaw Massacre

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  77. Greetings (2007)

    Dinner party's boring, even with demonic possession.

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  78. House (1986) Watched on youtube. top notch video quality, but dubbed over in French.

    French, I understand, but hate dubbed films.

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  79. A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)

    Flesh puppet Phillip is so goddamn twisted.

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  80. The Silence of the Lambs (1991):

    You think Lecter draws his own porn?

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  81. The Amityville Horror (2005)

    All work and no HEY IT'S DEADPOOL!

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  82. The Suckling a.k.a Sewage Baby (1990)

    Brothel/abortion clinic + mutated fetus slasher = FUN!!

    and

    It'll bring out the kid in you!

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  83. The Omen (1976)

    Seven holy knives? Got a holy gun?

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  84. 1408(2007)

    Where's room service when you need them?

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  85. Cannibal Holocaust (1980)

    It seems more like an animal holocaust.

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  86. Cannibal Ferox (1981)

    A crappier version of aforementioned animal holocaust.

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  87. The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988):

    Could use a magical virgin Jane Seymour.

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  88. Disturbing Behavior (1998):

    Cyclops, the early years, doing X-Files

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  89. Pet Semetery

    No dolls were harmed making this movie.

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  90. Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers

    Jamie's Great! But...I miss Tom Atkins.

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  91. Near Dark (1987):

    Learn to kill! It's easy after awhile!

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  92. Spring (2015)

    Immortal Monster! Italian women are the best!

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  93. THE FUNHOUSE (1981)

    Patrick Bromley: he knows what he's doing.

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  94. Brainscan (1994)

    Not dated. Not even a little bit.

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  95. Michael GiammarinoOctober 6, 2016 at 9:01 PM

    The Mist (2007)

    Grinning spiders? Spiders weren't genuinely creepy already?

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  96. The Blob (1988)

    Dude gets sucked down a fucking sink!

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  97. Tourist Trap (1979)

    Most fucked up episode of American Pickers.

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  98. Stephen King's It (1990)

    Made-for-TV gangbangs wisely not attempted.

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  99. The New York Ripper 1982
    Watching this movie sets feminism back decades.

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  100. Rogue (2007). We're gonna need a bigger island.

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  101. Creepshow 2

    Didn't know Holt McCallany is Native American.

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  102. Scream 4 (2011)

    Scream now with 4 times the stabbing.

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  103. Dr. Tarr's Torture Dungeon (1973)

    Boring, ugly movie hides behind sensationalistic title.

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  104. The Final Terror (1983)

    Lowest kill ratio of any slasher ever

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  105. Manhunter (1986)
    Mirror murderer? Home invader? Nah, Tooth Fairy.

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  106. Raising Cain (Theatrical Version) (1992)

    Lithgow and De Palma's fractured fairy tale.

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  107. An American Werewolf in London (1981)

    Blood, sex, sadness, and some nice laughs.

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  108. Deliverance (1972)

    Down south, ain't nobody hear you squeal.

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  109. The Mummy (1959)

    Gene Shalit: "British embalming isn't horror bomb!"

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  110. The Monster Squad (1987)
    Only silver bullets can kill a werewolf

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  111. 28 Weeks Later (2007)
    So that's why they call them "choppers"

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  112. Dracula (1931)

    Blu has an alternate score. Philip Glass!!!

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  113. Deadly Blessing (1981)

    We miss you, Wes.

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    1. Michael GiammarinoOctober 7, 2016 at 5:17 AM

      And always will.

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  114. Inland Empire 2006

    First movie I disagree with Patrick on.

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  115. Kairo (aka Pulse) (2001)

    Slow burner. The ghosts have no home.

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  116. The Dead Zone (1983)

    Cronenberg gone mild! King predicts 2016 elections!

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  117. Psycho (1960)

    ... Who just spoils Bates motel like that?!?

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  118. Psycho II (1983)

    Perkins' > Norman Bates = Cuddliest serial killer ever!!!

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  119. The Beyond (Composer's Cut)

    Do not entry unless Frizzi's playing live!

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  120. The Beyond (1981)
    Spiders, dogs, red haired girls are dicks.

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  121. Fright Night (1985)

    Roddy's sprayed hair is my spirit animal.

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  122. Monster Squad

    Why wasn't Tom Noonan wearing any makeup?

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  123. Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983)

    Proof Disney didn't always do effects well.

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  124. Blood and GuttzedoOctober 8, 2016 at 10:28 AM

    Slugs (1988)

    Too strong for salt, or theatres

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  125. The Beyond (1981)
    As if I didn't already hate spiders...

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