Monday, October 10, 2016

Scary Movie Challenge VII (Day 10)


99 comments:

  1. Luigi Cozzi's CONTAMINATION (1980) on Amazon Prime for the first time.

    Outcome when Trump grabs ladies by their...

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  2. Mystics in Bali (1981) - All folklore is why the baby "disappeared".

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  3. Ghost of Guts Eater (1973)
    "I like the taste of baby hearts!"

    but also:
    Hey, Kathy! Penanggalan movies are my territory!

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  4. Old Dark House (1932)

    Why yes, I would like another potato.

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  5. The Burning 1981 4K new remaster on the big screen


    Burning,Big Screen = A dream full filled

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  6. An American Werewolf in London (1981)

    Worth it for the transformation scene alone

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  7. Sisters (1973)

    Look, someone's murdering that ma...ooooh cake!

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  8. The Mangler (1995)
    The pinnacle of what German Expressionism accomplished

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  9. The Midnight Hour (1985)

    Other people love this movie too? Yay!

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  10. Maniac Cop (1988)

    Disappointing lack of Z'Dong in shower scene.

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  11. The Stuff (1985)

    Chill kid, I can't find chocolate either.

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  12. Black Swan

    Five Words: Hold Me Closer, Whiny Dancer.

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  13. Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986)
    Great! Never want to see it again.

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  14. Halloween (1978)
    It's totally awesome, it's totally great, totally.

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  15. Suicide Club (2001)
    Wait, what? Oh, I get it...Wait, what!?

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      What? Oh I get it...Wait, what?!

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  16. Don't Breath (2016)
    That blind guy is a real Baste-ard

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  17. The Mangler (1995)
    Antacids contain hallucinogenic belladonna? That explains everything!

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  18. Ava's Possessions (2015)

    What possessed me to watch this movie?

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  19. Demon Knight, in the voice of Gene Shalit (or Adam Riske):
    Zane-y day glo fun. It's terror-ific!

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  20. The Others(2001)

    A haunting movie, unseen twist at end.

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  21. Howling II: Your Sister Is a Werewolf (1985) w/ F This Movie! Commentary

    New Wave Horror? Watch THE HUNGER instead.

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  22. I Am Not a Serial Killer (2016):

    Great Scott! This movie's got heart, kid!

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  23. The Good Neighbor (2016)

    Cool idea crippled by lack of inventiveness.

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  24. Alligator (1980)

    I'll never loiter in the sewer again.

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  25. The Fog (1980)
    "Hi, I'm Jamie" - "Hi, I'm Tom" - Whoopee!

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  26. Tales from the Hood (1995)

    Stop motion killer dolls for the win!

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  27. The Mist(2007)

    Has there ever been a bleaker ending?

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  28. The Battery (2012)
    Indie zombie movie hits a home run.

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  29. Night Trap: The Movie (1992)

    Worst video game cutscene ever... or best?

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  30. Possession (1981)

    Who cleaned up that subway mess? Sheesh.

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  31. The Witch (2015)

    I can't believe Roald Dahl wrote this.

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  32. Candyman (1992)

    Candyman, Candyman, Candyman, Candyman, Candyman oh shit!

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  33. Hocus Pocus (1993): Bette Midler's real life beauty regimen revealed.

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  34. Para Elisa (2012)

    All dolled up and nowhere to go.

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  35. Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror (Le Notti del Terrore) (1981)

    This is not my child! Or anyone's!

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  36. The Devil Rides out (1968)
    I always prefer Lee as a villain!

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  37. Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I have the Key (1972)

    Is it really horror? It's good though.

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  38. Doghouse (2009)

    Flesh eating feminists foil fellas fantastic fiesta.

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  39. Red Dragon (2002):

    Like Manhunter, but with fewer fluorescent lights.

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  40. Tusk

    Johnny Depp's left eye-ball deserves an oscar.

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  41. City of the Living Dead 1980

    Michele Soavi gets paid to grab boobs!

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  42. Chopping Mall (1986)

    Barbara Crampton: Appealing. Add pepperoni smell? IRRESISTIBLE.

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  43. Last Shift (2014)

    It's "Random Weird Stuff Happens: The Movie."

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  44. Dracula (1958)

    Adults play hide-and-seek, the stakes are high.

    (Appeal to the jury: Word told me "hide-and-seek" was one word...)

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  45. John Carpenter's Vampires

    Middle level Carpenter is still pretty good.

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  46. Prom Night (1980)

    Nobody told these people that disco's dead?

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  47. The Honeymoon (2014)

    There's a lotion for that skin condition.

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  48. Final Exam

    Well, it was better than Prom Night

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  49. Demons 2

    Television: Never as good as the movies.

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  50. IT (1990)

    Nothing that the Night King can't tame.

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  51. Tales from the Hood

    Like Pac said, "some things never change"

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  52. Near Dark(1987)

    Boy likes girl.....becomes creature of night.

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  53. Gavin Leahy OctoberOctober 10, 2016 at 7:15 PM

    The Shining (1980) - Stephen King marathon

    Your novel's getting a bit repetitive, Jack.

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  54. The Good Neighbor (2016)

    Teens think they can spook James Caan?!

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  55. The Visit (2015)

    Shyamalan's implausibilities continue. White kid likes rap ;P

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  56. Deadly Blessing (1981)

    Rumspringa dub dub, thanks for the blood.

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  57. Murder Party (2007)

    Roadkill pumpkin bread doesn't impress bloodthirsty hipsters.

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  58. The Fly (1986)

    Thelma gives Brundlefly the long kiss goodnight

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  59. Favor (2013)

    Predictable. Twist. Predictable. Douchebag ending. No regrets.

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  60. Bad Moon (1996)

    Yeah I teared up. Dogs are family.

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  61. Martyrs (2008)
    No amount of cold showers will help.

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  62. Night of the Creeps (1986)

    Thrill me: Atkins' general philosophy on life

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  63. Poltergeist II: The Other Side (1986): This movie's not cursed; it's just bad.

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  64. The Silence of the Lambs (1991)
    "Anagrams are better than puns." Dr. Lecter

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  65. The Fury (1978)

    John Cassavettes, He blows up real good!

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  66. Event Horizon (1997)

    Just about as average as I remember.

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  67. Paranormal Activity (2009)

    Because, even Invisible Demons HATE day traders.

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  68. Pumpkinhead

    Ah yes, desert towns with pumpkin witches

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  69. Phantasm II (1988)

    Mental note: don't booby trap cat flap.

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  70. Burning Bright (2010)

    Could things get worse? Add a tiger.

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  71. Cat's Eye (1985)

    Good! Downside: Indirectly responsible for Maximum Overdrive

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  72. Suburban Gothic (2014)

    This explains why I am on Atenolol.

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  73. The Body Snatcher (1945)

    A polite parlour drama with strong suspence

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  74. Strip Nude For Your Killer (1975)

    Ha! Just kiddin' about anal raping you.

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  75. Yoga Hosers (2016)

    Undeserving of all the hate, it's fine

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  76. Cabin Fever (2002)
    In all fairness nougat is worth stealing

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  77. The Others (2001)
    Still not as scary as Going Clear

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  78. Scanners (1981)
    Now with less talk and more synthesizer

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  79. An American Werewolf in London (1981)
    Don't waste "I love you" on werewolves

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  80. The Lords of Salem (2012)
    Hipster witches only release music on vinyl

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  81. You're Next (2013)
    No, you're next. And you. And you...

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  82. Hausu [House] (1977)

    What the hell did I just watch?

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  83. Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)
    "Only Marcus Nispel movie that doesn't blow."

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  84. Frankenstein (1910)
    A chore, even at only ten minutes.

    The Haunted House (1921)
    Could've easily just been called The Bank.

    The Fall of the House of Usher (1928) [dir. Watson/Webber]
    Amazing! Fifty years ahead of its time.

    Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920)
    Thematically interesting, great performance, but too long.

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  85. The Blob (1988)

    Did anyone think to play Jackie Wilson?

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  86. Demonoid: Messenger of Death (1981)

    Uhm...awesome poster images should've been filmed!

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  87. Witchfinder General (1968)
    Strangely, a Western disguised as British Horror!

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  88. Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers. No one bleeds when stabbed. Cleanup easy.

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  89. The Green Inferno (2013)

    Wins award for worst post credit stinger.

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  90. Dog Soldiers (2002)

    Neil Marshall makes Davos the Bad Seed.

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  91. The House on Sorority Row (1983)
    Harley Jane Kozak crush made this watchable.

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  92. The Awakening

    Why didn't he just shoot her immediately?

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  93. Nightbreed

    That dude had storage for his Betamax.

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  94. Wishmaster 2 (1999)

    Most unrealistic self-fucking scene ever filmed.

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  95. Blood and Black Lace

    A giallo that makes sense? Ecchhhh-boring!!

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  96. The Shallows (2016)

    Sexpot fights to survive vs bad CG

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