Saturday, October 14, 2017

2017 Scary Movie Challenge Day 14


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  1. The Dead Zone (1983)

    Walken's powers incorporate premature ejaculation facial expressions

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  2. The Invitation (2015, Dir: Karyn Kusama)

    You invited JCL? There glows the neighborhood.

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  3. Tenement (1985)

    Chaco's use of third person troubled Ryan.

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  4. Scrapbook (2000)
    Googling "disturbing horror" results in silkwood shower

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  5. The babysitter (2017)
    Why doesn't Max have a shirt on?

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  6. Night of the Living Dead 3D (2006, dir. Jeff Broadstreet)
    When's NOTLD 2? Seems like a gimme.

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  7. Confine (2013)

    Aww, violent home invader is just misunderstood.

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  8. Dawn of the Dead (2004)

    No pies to the face? Zero stars.

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  9. Child's Play 2 (1990)
    Good thing there's a "mutilate toy" machine

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  10. Maniac (1980)
    You know what this movie needs? Hobbits

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  11. The Funhouse (1981)

    Tobe Hooper's interpretation of a slow burn.

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  12. The Babysitter (2017)

    Let the sitter drug you next time.

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  13. The Blob (1988)

    Yes-and’s his way to eyepatch glasses

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  14. The House of Usher (1989)

    Edgar Allan Poe on LSD. Highly recommended!

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  15. Gerald's Game (2017)

    Not believable. Ever heard of a Djinn?

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  16. Evil Dead 2013

    Withdrawal really sucks even without evil spirits

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  17. Krampus (2015)

    Great to see practical effects in 2015.

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  18. The Dark Half (1993)

    One where Rooker isn't a bad guy.

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  19. John Dies in the End (2012)

    eXistenZ but with more penis door knobs.

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  20. The Tomb of Ligeia (1964)

    Take a drink whenever someone says "Rowena."

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    1. Haha! I like my liver how it is, thank you.

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  21. Cannibal Holocaust (1980)

    They deserve to die for turtle killing.

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  22. The Driller Killer (1979)

    Story of The Roosters making it big.

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  23. Freddy vs Jason (2003)

    Proof that Jason belongs in the Beyhive

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  24. A Dark Song (2016)

    Thanks for the recommendation Chaybee! Very nice.

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    1. Seconded. Really enjoyed this 2-hander. Thanks, Chaybee.

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  25. Pieces (1982)

    Finished way before the puzzle was done.

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  26. The Babysitter (2017)

    Bibb covered in cobwebs, still a fox.

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  27. It (2017)

    The most charming of Stephen King adaptations.

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  28. The Black Cat (1934)

    I also prefer dogs but come on.

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  29. Wishmaster

    I wish Dennis on the New Bluray!


    Your Wish is granted for the new one!

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    1. Xtro crazy update!


      Anyone who knows me will get how AMAZING this is. Long story short For years of chatting about Xtro I am now in a position where the Producer of the Film speaks to me regularilly and also wants me to be on a Documentary on the upcoming Bluray. So it's all confirmed and in a few weeks I'm off to London to film my part for the brand new UK Bluray coming out next year from Second Sight. What a crazy world it is!
      Im working on some other ideas for the Doc to include a part on the Fthismovie comunity to also be a part of it for those that love the film and would enjoy joining in. Anyone with any thoughts or ideas then Nucleaus films are up for anyone who wants to be part of the Xtro love for the extra features ?

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    2. Fantastic! it's about damn time!!

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    3. Awesome!
      Dennis, I'd love to hear an Xtro commentary by you.

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    4. I'm excited. I thinking of ways to bring in Fthismovie plugs

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      Chaybee

      Top respected musician was blown away by the score

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  30. Joy Ride (2001)

    Lucky Paul Walker drives fast and furious!

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  31. Gerald's Game (2017):

    Great bottle episode? Don't break the bottle!

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  32. Scream (1996)

    The Master reminds us how it’s done.

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  33. The House by the Cemetery

    Bob? Bob. Bob?! Bob... Bob! Bob— BOB!!!

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  34. Them "Ils" (2006)

    To be honest, I blame the schools.

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  35. Psycho II (1983)

    Ultimately unsuccessful, but Loggia...good fuckin doctor.

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  36. The Burning (1981)

    I wish Jason Alexander had gotten Cropseyed.

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  37. Shaun of the Dead (2004)

    I predict this Wright guy's going places.

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  38. Bad Dreams (1988)

    Chainsaw loses pinfinger on his first try.

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    1. When my brother and I first rented this as kids we were like "Yes! Chainsaw!!" :)

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  39. Maximum Overdrive (1986)

    Emilio Estevez, John Connor before John Connor!

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  40. Summer of Fear (1978)

    Linda Blair fixes brother up with cousin.

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  41. Urban Legends: Final Cut (2000)

    The Hitchcock is the world’s stupidest McGuffin.

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  42. It Follows

    Watching "It Follows" following "It"... it disappoints.

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  43. I, Madman (1989)

    Ugly lunatic rebuilds his face... gets uglier.

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  44. Dog Soldiers

    Werewolf family orders delivery, food comes armed.

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  45. Bad Moon (1996)

    Wolf and Man make quite the Pare

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  46. Dead Calm (1989)

    Thayts knota Noyce oapna to ye feelm.

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  47. Blood Simple (1984)

    Not Horror? Live burial. Blood vomit... Horror.

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  48. The Vampire Lovers (1970)

    Ingrid Pitt never doesn't look super confused.

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  49. Slither (2006)

    Everyone wants a part in Rooker orgy.

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  50. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

    "Who left oatmeal on the staircase again?"

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  51. M.F.A (2017)

    One of the best of the year.

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  52. Ouiji (2014)

    I can't wait for the Kerplunk movie.

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  53. Witchboard (1986)

    Can’t decide ouija direction to go here.

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  54. Final Destination 3

    Your love is like a rollercoaster baby.

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  55. Hellraiser (1987)

    Sooooo.....closing the box stops all this?

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  56. Shaun of the Dead (2004)

    Queen makes for the best fight music.

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  57. Practical Magic (1998):
    Fellow witches, remember poltergeists love toad infestations.

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  58. Drag Me To Hell (2009)

    Jump scares done right? Look no further.

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  59. FRIDAY THE 13th VII: THE NEW BLOOD (1988)

    Who knew...Bernie is a real asshole!

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  60. FRIDAY THE 13th (1980)

    It does what it does very well.

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  61. Horrors of the Black Museum (1959)

    The best electrocution scene in movie history.

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  62. The Woman in Black (2012)

    Resurrected Hammer is 2 Legit 2 quit.

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  63. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

    This blind date is not going well.

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  64. Jackals (2017)

    A whole cult based on 'You're Next'?

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  65. Sorcerer (1977):

    "Horror" or not, this movie is terrifying.

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  66. Red Christmas (2016)

    Slasher with the most justified villain ever.

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  67. The Pit and the Pendulum (1961)

    Vincent Price and Barbara Steele? Horror heaven.

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    1. Which would you say is the best of Vincent Price's foray into Poe adaptations.

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    2. I’m partial to Masque of the Red Death, but I don’t think there’s a wrong answer.

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  68. Amityville II: The Possession (1982)

    My favorite new discovery of the month.

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    1. I only rewatched it a few years back and had the same reaction. It was so good I can't believe it's not talked about more. 1982 aswell. Boom. Best year

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    2. My 7 words

      Oh my God! What's happening to us....

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  69. XX (2017)
    "Cause two out of four aint bad!"

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  70. Project Metalbeast (1995)

    Cyborg Werewolves? What could possibly go wrong?

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  71. Revenge of the Body Snatchers (1978)

    Free your mind; the rest will fallow.

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    1. *Invasion* of the Body Snatchers, duh.

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  72. Prometheus (2012) - 2000 year old corpse...zero decomposition. "Yawn..."

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  73. Alien: Covenant (2017) - High tech Couple's Retreat goes horribly wrong

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    Tommy Wiseau should have played James Franco

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  74. Don't Kill It (2017)

    Swede has best Southern accent in film.

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  75. The Wolf Man (1941)

    Offers Richard Dreyfuss popsicles in 21 years.

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  76. Ouija: Orgin of Evil (2016)

    Give me a spinoff starring Henry Thomas!

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  77. Phantom Of The Paradise (1974)

    nothing to say, i just liked it

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  78. Phantom of the Paradise (1974)

    I get why everyone likes it.

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  79. Blood Beat (1983) 2K Restoration Blu Ray

    Quik,Tab and Pepsi never looked better!

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  80. 13 Demons (2016)

    It’s a movie! It’s not a movie!

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  81. The Thing (1982) - The title refers to Russell's beard, right?

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  82. Black Sunday (1960)

    Even with mask, Barbara Steeles the movie.

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  83. Beyond the Black Rainbow (2012)

    Purgatory as sensory experience filtered through film.

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  84. Island of Lost Souls (1932)

    A cage doesn't have to have bars

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  85. Vamp (1986)

    Fun fact: Billy Drago's actually a vampire.

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  86. The Tomb of Ligeia (1964): That Darn Cat!

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  87. Never Hike Alone: A Friday The 13th Fan Film (2017)

    Let DiSanti direct an official F13 film.

    *released on YouTube on 10/13*
    https://youtu.be/7K_wkQSM8xM

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  88. Oprhan (2009)
    She has hypopituitarism; really officer, I swear.

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  89. The Devils Candy (2017)

    AKA: Children Of The Devils Candy Corn

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  90. We Are Still Here (2015)

    Watched for Crampton, only stayed for Crampton.

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  91. The Private Eyes (1980)

    Atmosphere, Murder, Mystery, Comedy and a Wookalar.

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  92. The Haunting (1963)

    Weird Dr. Phil crossover with Ghost Hunters.

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  93. Dr. Terror's House of Horrors (1965)

    Yeah, that's not how tarot decks work.

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  94. The Hitchter (1986)

    Hauer really did give Howll the finger

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  95. Witchboard 2: The Devil’s Doorway (1993)

    A witchboard meets a wrecking ball…abunai.

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  96. Found Footage 3D (2016)

    We all know Blofeld was behind it.

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  97. Popcorn (1991)

    Everyone's first time at a movie theater.

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  98. Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979)

    Does a documentary about Klaus Kinski count?

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  99. Sometimes They Come Back (1991)

    Who came back? Why, Stephen King archetypes.

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