Tuesday, October 17, 2017

2017 Scary Movie Challenge Day 17


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  1. Night Vision (1987, dir. Michael Krueger)
    Haunted VHS tape drives writer insane, somehow.

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  2. 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016, Dir: Dan Trachtenberg)

    T.J. Miller really grew as a cinematographer.

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  3. Life (2017) - Why do people hate......oh, the kids.

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    1. They stop the movie to read Goodnight Moon.

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  4. Get Out (2017) - The moral: Only date POOR White girls.

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  5. Burnt Offerings (1976)

    Well, it's a cheaper option for renovation

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  6. Drag Me Too Hell (2009)

    Sam Raimi just wants to have fun!

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  7. Critters (1986)
    It's both a phone and a reassembler?

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  8. Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016)

    You can't keep a good woman down

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  9. Monkey Shines (1988)
    Murderous monkeys - we're them & they're us

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  10. The Babysitter (2017)

    McG can’t get outta his own way.

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  11. Critters 2: The Main Course (1988)

    Charlie as Sheriff, that doesn't seem wise.

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  12. Scream 3 (2000)

    The Synechdoche New York of slasher films.

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  13. Wrong Turn 4 (2011)

    I really, really, really, really, hated this.

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  14. In a Glass Cage (1986)

    Abuse leads to more abuse. Nazis suck.

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  15. A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)

    Bitch is such a hateful word, Freddy.

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  16. American Psycho (2000)

    Starting with the man in the mirror.

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  17. Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986)

    Only serial killers and podcasters in Chicago.

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  18. Martyrs (2008)

    … is a place where nothing ever happens.

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  19. Chopping Mall (1986)

    That synth score is in my head.

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  20. Motel Hell (1980)
    Shocking! Vincent admits to using preservatives

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  21. Critters 3 (1991)
    Wauw. This must be Leo's worst movie.

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  22. Hack O'Lantern (1988)

    Graveyard sex? Rockabilly stripper? Here's your movie.

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  23. Relentless (1989)

    Detention did a number on John Bender!!

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  24. Dog Soldiers (2002)

    Would still visit Scotland, werewolves and all.

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  25. Train to Busan (2016)

    [REC] and Snowpiercer had one ravenous baby.

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  26. The Descent (2005)
    Horrifying prequel to Clooney vehicle "The Descentants".

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  27. The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014, dir. Adam Robitel)
    Extremely accurate depiction of Virginia's elderly women.

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  28. The Darl Half (1993)
    Twice the Hutton! Twice the fun!

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  29. Demons (1985)

    Just another night at the multiplex, amiright?

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  30. BODY PARTS (1991)

    Only lost an arm after that accident?!?!

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  31. Near Dark (1987)
    Bill Paxton eats scenery like candy corn

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  32. Train To Busan (2016)

    Fast zombies don't invigorate sub genre anymore.

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      Really loved the ending though. 7 words.

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  33. P (2005)

    Surprise twist: Turns out brothels are sleazy.

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    1. Have this on my queue! Random add nice to see someone else watched for #scarymoviemonth as well

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  34. Asylum (1972)

    Probably least staffed hospital until Halloween 2.

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  35. Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning (1985)

    Unforeseen twist: enchiladas scarier than psycho killers.

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  36. The Babysitter (2017)

    Satanic cult or not, why no shirt?

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  37. Sleepaway Camp (1983)

    Crying Game ain't got nothing on Angela.

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  38. The Babysitter (2017)

    Told you I don’t need a babysitter.

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  39. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)

    Anyone else up for pea pod soup?

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  40. Brain Damage (1988)

    Nice seeing Eraserhead baby getting more work.

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  41. Happy Death Day (2017, dir. Christopher Landon)
    Smarmy romcom masquerading as horror. ¡No gracias!

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  42. Babylon (1980)

    Not horror, but racism is always horrifying.

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  43. Frailty (2001)

    I wish Bill Paxton was MY dad.

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  44. The Devil's Rejects (2005)

    Rob Zombie makes a compelling horror flick

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  45. Eyes Without a Face (1960)

    Who let the dogs out? You? Oui!

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  46. Cannibal Ferox (1981)

    This could have used some cranberry sauce.

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  47. Beyond the Gates (2016)
    "Crampton shlampton mo mampton fee fi fampton."

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  48. Deathgasm (2015)
    Where even the butts bleed like crazy

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  49. Maniac (1980)

    Thought I turned on Mannequin. Rude awakening.

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  50. The Rezort (2015)

    Not my ideal post apocalypse vacation spot.

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  51. Creepshow (1982) Dir. George A. Romero

    Atkins' upper lip must have been freeeeeeezing.

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  52. The Thing (1982)

    Who goes there? Oooh, not this guy.

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  53. The Houses October Built

    Dissapointing that these coffins are completely snakeless.

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  54. Hostel

    I don't think I like Eli Roth.

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  55. The Wolf Man (1941): Moon: Forms of insanity I inspired? Flattering.

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  56. Mama (2013)

    Psychiatrist is very bad at his job.

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  57. River's Edge (1986) No joke, Feck is the normal one...

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  58. Dracula (1931):

    Who DOESN'T travel with boxes of dirt?

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  59. Horror High (1973, dir. Larry N. Stouffer)
    More couth than those Slaughter High ruffians.

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  60. Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)
    What happened to the other 6 counselors?

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    Did Paul live?

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    How ambiguous of an ending is this?

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    Seriously, where’s the other people we saw?

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    Amy Steel — best final girl ever.

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    Same casting director as Nightmare 2?

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  61. Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (2010)

    'Pump up the Jam' was in 1990?

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  62. Friday the 13th, Part II (1981)

    Don’t decorate your cabin with murder weapons

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  63. Dracula (1931)

    Amazed there's always light on Dracula's eyes.

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  64. Leprechaun 3 (1995)

    Leprechaun is terrible at being a leprechaun.

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  65. The Sixth Sense (1999)

    The twist is there is no intermission.

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  66. Patchwork (2015)

    Deserves to be the next cult sensation.

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  68. Rawhead Rex (1987: dir. George Pavlou)

    It was beauty that killed the beast.

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  69. Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers (Producer's Cut) (1995, dir. Joe Chappelle)

    Man in Black revealed: YOU all along.

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  70. Saw (2004)

    That's why it's torture PORN... I masturbated.

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  71. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003 Remake)
    Fashion Trend: Boyfriend faces are so in.

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  72. Night of the Creeps

    Atkins' mustache + duct tape = ow

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  73. Visiting Hours (1982)

    Hey, double dumbass on you, Michael Ironside!

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  74. Silver Bullet (1985)

    Come on the werewolf isn’t that bad

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  75. Needful Things (1993)

    Everyone in this town sells out cheap!

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  76. Abattior (2016)

    Devil cult ventures into house flipping biz.

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  77. The Devil’s Candy (2015)
    Fucking wierdo needed... Call Pruitt Taylor Vince

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  78. Tucker & Dale vs. Evil (2010)
    PBR cures all wounds big and small.

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  79. The Beast and the Magic Sword (1983)

    Naschy werewolf fights tiger in feudal Japan.

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    1. Okay, now I kinda want to watch this

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    2. To be fair, that's the most exciting part. It gets slow in places (still liked it though).

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  80. Theater of Blood (1973)

    Price at his best, and his campiest.

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  81. Masque of the Red Death (1964)

    What was the paint budget on this?

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  82. The Witch (2015)

    Chopping wood is no substitute for therapy

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