Thursday, October 12, 2017

2017 Scary Movie Challenge Day 12


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  1. Stir of Echoes 2: The Homecoming (2007, dir. Ernie Barbarash)
    Rob Lowe suffers Post Traumatic Ghost Disorder.

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  2. Bats: Human Harvest (2007, dir. Jamie Dixon)
    Pollyanna McIntosh vs. mutant bats 'n' spetsnaz!

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  3. DREAM HOME (2010)

    Real estate acquisition can become very bloody.

    This is definitely a different type of Hong Kong film.

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  4. Life (2017, Dir: Daniel Espinosa)

    Twist theory: Rebecca Ferguson needed a holiday.

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  5. The Porno Zombies (1978, dir. Claude Pierson)
    aka Naked Lovers aka Starship Eros aka The Girl in the Fur Coat
    A more accurate title: "Hairy Butthole Graveyard".

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  7. Barbeau role is like recent Bruce Willis.

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  8. Day of the Dead (1985)

    Zombies more handsy than Harvey Weinstein. Topical!

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  9. Wishmaster (1997)

    I'd rather do djinner and a movie.

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    1. Omg. How did we miss this pun?! Nice work!

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    2. Do you wish you could be Netflix and chilling? (Cut to Daniel in a block of ice)

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  10. Final Destination (2000)
    The sequel: Candyman and Death teaming up.

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  11. May (2002)

    Better than Adam Sandler's Jack and Jill.

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  12. It Follows

    Girl in doorway. THAT GUY'S WICKED TALL!

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  13. Pet Sematary (1989)

    Don't let your child play in traffic.

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  14. Hostel (2005)

    Keep an eye out for Jay Hernandez.

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  15. The Clinic (2010)

    Who HASN’T woken up in a bathtub?

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  16. Final Destination (2003)
    hmmm no teamup between Candyman and Death.

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  17. Monster Squad (1987)

    Trump sundownin' sounds exactly like Frankenstein Noonan

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  18. Billy Club (2013)

    Budget baseball slasher can't hit home run.

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  19. Escape From New York (1981)

    Donald Pleasence does heavy foreshadowing as President.

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  20. The Addams Family (1991)

    You've got to hand it to Thing.

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  21. Evil Dead (2013)

    Turkey is a dish best served cold.

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  22. Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)
    Michael Myers could have stopped those commercial

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  23. The Thing (1982)

    Perfect imitation of a seven word review

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    1. This review has no tooth fillings

      (I’m obviously referring to the remake/prequel)

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  24. The Belko Experiment (2016)

    Counter recommendation when coworkers suggest Office Space.

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  25. Little Evil (2017)

    Literal Antichrist stepchild but stepfather's still awkward.

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  26. Trick 'r Treat (2007)

    Give me things like this more please.

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  27. The Others (2001)

    With Kidman for eternity? Grab the pillow.

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  28. House on Haunted Hill (1959)

    Some movies hold up through decades, others...

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    1. haha This movie is a wonderful time capsule.

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  29. The Addiction (1995)
    Evil forces collide, vampires and philosophy students.

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  30. Devil’s Candy:

    Have we never heard of headphones before?

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  31. She Killed In Ecstasy (1971)

    Plastic pillows? Only practical for stylish murder.

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  32. Wrong Turn 4

    Follow Yellow Line, munch on nubs

    -Mickey from Michigan

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  33. Hatchet III (2013)
    Victor Crowley. Gentleman. Recluse. Axe Wielding Madman.

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  34. Monster Dog (1984)

    Werewolves + Alice Cooper should be better.
    or
    Alice Cooper is hairier than the werewolf.

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  35. The Witch (2015)

    I pray thee, don't trust the goat.

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  36. Some Kind of Hate (2015)

    Hey, where's Eric Stoltz and Lea Thompson?

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  37. The Craft. after podcast.


    Alejandra where are your comments?

    We're waiting.....

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  38. The Craft
    Homework for listening to new episode while delivering this weekend

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    1. I too came to the world of podcasts because of delivering. Former Papa John's driver, you?

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    2. Not Papa John’s, small place in Florida, nice to meet you!

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  39. Mother Joan of the Angels (1961, dir. Jerzy Kawalerowicz)
    Incredible! The Devils, as directed by Bergman.

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    1. This is a great, and as far as I know, underseen, Tarkovsky-esque Polish masterpiece about possessed nuns with a feeling akin to Ken Russell's The Devils, Viy, Hour of the Wolf, or yeah, even Andrei Rublev and The Passion of Joan of Arc. Highly recommended!

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  40. Tales of Halloween (2015)

    Ten tricky treats to terrify twist tweakers.

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  42. Get Out (2017)
    It is even better. Second time around.

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  43. A Dark Song (2016)

    The ending just doesn't work for me.

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  44. Bound to Vengeance (2015)

    I'm bound to never watch this again.

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  45. The Monster Squad (1987)

    Biggest monster of them all? Jason Hervey.

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  46. Beyond the Gates (2016)

    VCR games have the most complicated rules.

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  47. Scare Campaign (2016)

    What a twist! What a twist! What...

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  48. Little Dead Riding Hood (2016)

    Press play and... OMG it's Marina Sirtis!

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  49. The Word (2013)

    Blind watch on Prime, waste of time.

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

    Second only to Kershaw in killer hooks

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  51. Devil's Candy

    Does that guy only know one chord?

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  52. The Evil Eye (1963)

    John Saxson's charades game is on point.

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  53. Demonic (2014)

    Frank Grillo makes bad films more watchable.

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  54. Return of the Living Dead (1985)

    Dancing naked in cemeteries: only the 80's!

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  55. Hellbound: Hellraiser II (1998)

    The Original "Under the Skin." Amiright? ...anyone?

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  56. House on Sorority Row (1983)

    That poor waterbed was the first victim.

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  57. Dead Ringers (1988)

    Pretty sure there's another brother; Hans Gruber.

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  58. The Cabin in the Woods (2012)

    Choose your destructor's form. Choose and perish.

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  59. Gerald’s Game

    Great start. They struggle keeping it up

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  60. Gerald's game (2017)

    Enough with the Dolores Clairborne references already!

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  61. IthoughtyouweredeadOctober 12, 2017 at 7:27 PM

    Q: The Winged Serpent (1982)

    Wanted: Window-washer. No fear of heights, Komodo-chickens.

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  62. Blood Rage with FThisMovie! commentary

    I want to go back 82 minutes.

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  63. The Slumber Party Massacre (1982)
    Written as parody shot as garbage instead.

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  64. Parasite (1982)

    Call it a parasite, still a puppet.

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  65. Torment (2013)

    Be nice Canadians, shame on you furries.

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  66. The Void (2016)
    "Thats on way to cure a headache."

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    1. Got another one...
      "Clive Barkers: Void Raiser 2: Void Bound."

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  67. The Fury of the Wolf Man (1972)

    Mind-controlled Naschy turns wife into Naschywolf

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  68. The Mist (2007)

    I think I'll stick with Whole Foods.

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  69. When a Stranger Calls (1979)

    Why haven’t you checked on the children?

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  70. The Willies (1990)

    This one tried my patience a bit

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  71. Frankenhooker

    Women’s body parts are objectified by man.

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  72. THE FLY (1986)
    Came for Goldblum, stayed for Geena Davis

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  73. The Masque of the Red Death

    Price’s Prince Prospero presents pretty, pernicious party

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  74. The Prowler

    ...pair of boots, government issued; one pitchfork...

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  75. Pet Sematary Two (1992)

    In which Clancy Brown goes full Highlander.

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  76. Hellraiser (1987)

    What monster puts on pants before skin?

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  77. The Bad Seed (1956)

    Penmanship competitions are deathly important to children.

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  78. The Fall of the House of Usher (1960): Fiancée began my nightmares. Price; my dreams.

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  79. Wishmaster (1997): Wishing destruction activity leads to his captivity.

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  80. Wishmaster (1997)

    What's Adams favorite cocktail? Djinn and Tonic.

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  81. Inner Demon (2014)

    This one won Palm D’Snore at Snoozefest!

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  82. The Craft (1996)

    Yes, revisited because of podcast. Always good.

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  83. Friday the 13th (1980)

    Couldn't wait for tomorrow. Horror movie pizza.

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    1. Nice! So then chocolate stains tomorrow?

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  84. Beyond the Gates (2016)
    Beautiful Barbara Bewitches boys into the Beyond

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  85. Cabin in the Woods

    All those monsters and no Djinn? Disappointing.

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  86. Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht (1979)

    Klaus Kinski is one really freaky dude.

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  87. Werewolf: The Beast Among Us (2012)

    Not what you’d call a high pedigree.

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  88. I, Madman (1989)

    That’s what reading to much will do.

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  89. The Night Stalker (1972)

    Still not convinced it was a vampire.

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  90. Christine (1983)

    Everyone quickly accepts a car is evil.

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