Tuesday, October 24, 2017

2017 Scary Movie Challenge Day 24

106 comments:

  1. Dr. Giggles (1992)

    I respect its commitment to doctor jokes.

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  2. Nightwatch (1994, dir. Ole Bornedal)
    Pros: Has scalped hookers. Cons: Everything else.

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  3. The House Of Usher (1960)

    Don’t blame Usher, it’s in his blood.

    ... I’m sorry

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  4. Session 9 (2001, Dir: Brad Anderson)

    'Twas sullen Mullan that did the cullin'.

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    1. Major spoiler! But that's some cunning punning.

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  5. Die! Die! My Darling! (1965, dir. Silvio Narizzano)
    Excellent, tense, infuriating, undersung bit of hagsploitation.

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  6. The Endless (2017)
    Most flagrant false advertising since Neverending Story

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  7. Witchhammer (1970)
    Fundamentalism+politics+greed. Never a good mix.
    OR
    Witchfinder General sans colour. Or Vincent Price.
    OR
    Censors wouldn't allow direct critique of communism.

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  8. Event Horizon (1997)

    "Do you see? DO YOU SEE"!!!???...No.

    Or

    " Yes...I see" KABOOM! Yer Fish-Burnt, Sammy!

    Or

    What kind of inter-dimensional hell-ship is this?

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  9. The Maddening (1995)
    Burttening droppenings biggening stinkening piecenning ofening shittening

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  10. Nightmare City (1980)

    Highlights...blue swimsuit dance show, napalm TV.

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  11. The Neon Demon (2016)

    They all had themselves an eye full.

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  12. Dead Silence (2007)

    I enjoyed this, it's a vibe thing

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  13. Men Behind the Sun 2: Laboratory of the Devil (1992, dir. Godfrey Fuckin' Ho!!)
    Bizarre semi-remake: returning cast, real autopsies.

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  14. Cube (1997)

    Initiating cube pun: Let's slice and dice!

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  15. Phantom of the Paradise (1974)

    Dear Brian De Palma: I love you.

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  16. Krampus (2015)

    Not show kids because love Christmas magic.

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  17. Wyrmwood (2014)

    Apart from ending, best modern zombie movie

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  18. Bad Moon (1996)

    I thought the transformation scene was ok.

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  19. Lifeforce (1985)

    Over budget? We'll just cut from wardrobe.

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  20. Autopsy: A Love Story (2002)

    The Marquis de Sade did it better.

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  21. The Hearse (1980)

    Problematic funeral procession drives straight into nowhere.

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  22. Halloween 1978
    " Evil beyond belief!"
    " Get more cops?"
    "Nah"

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  23. Magic (1978)
    How do you make a penguin float?

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  24. Candyman (1992)

    Great voice despite mouth full of bees.

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    1. Too bad the info got lost in translation:
      https://youtu.be/3eU70pDaNrE

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  25. Creep 2 (2017, dir. Patrick Brice)
    Feels like 50% of a Creep sequel.

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  26. Leprechaun 3 (1995)

    Watch the Leprechaun vs. Wishmaster trailer instead!

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  27. Clue (1985)

    So darn good, I watched it twice

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  28. Hatchet III (2013)

    Victor Crowley just invented the gory hole.

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  29. Vampire Killers (2009)

    Qu’est-ce que c’est, fa fa far better

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  30. 1922 (2017)
    Murder is much harder then a divorce

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  31. The House That Dripped Blood (1971)

    I long to nestle in Ingrid's Pitt.

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  32. Blair Witch (2016)

    Sequel: Witch sells stick dolls on Etsy.

    or

    Why can't found footage movies be good?

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  33. The Prophecy (1995)

    Christopher Walk Walk Walken's on Heaven's Door.

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  34. Fire in the Sky (1993, dir. Robert Lieberman)
    See! Rednecks arguing! Thrill! At polygraph testing!

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  35. Scream (1996)

    Stunt doubles more obvious in HD.

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  36. Spookies (1986)

    I have no idea what this is.

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  37. Se7ven (1995)
    Sesevenen. The deadliest of sins: The title.

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  38. The Babysitter (2017)

    McG actually made a David Decoteau movie?

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  39. Green Room (2015)
    Great concert guys! Wait, I guess nazi..

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  40. Extreme Jukebox (2013)

    Novel idea, but doesn't rock enough.

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  41. Bride Of Frankenstein (1935)

    “Alone bad. Friend gooood.” Love you all.

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  42. The Corpse Grinders (1971)

    Because "Cat Grinders" title not commercial enough?

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  43. Wishmaster
    A kaleidoscope of butchery with excellent translucence.

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  44. The House that Dripped Blood (1970)

    Charming! Excited to watch more Amicus films!

    or

    Second half significantly better than the first.

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  45. Return of the Living Dead (1985)
    I've never been so attracted to Trash

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  46. Cult of Chucky (2017)
    Where's Particia Arquette when you need her?

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  47. Body Bags (1993)
    Hamil's Joker origin story. Also, director cameos!

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  48. The Fly (1986)
    Human Fly or really bad acne scars?

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  49. Poltergeist (1982)
    Evidence Spielberg directed: no giant, naked breasts

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  50. The Babysitter (2017)

    Always suspected Hot youths have no souls.

    also as 7 word aside,
    Netflix duped y'all into watching this lemon.

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  51. Inferno (1980)

    Carlo stuck his neck out for stranger.

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  52. The Void (2016)

    Well, that escalated quickly...real skull fuckers.

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  53. Mystics in Bali (1981)

    Secret origin of ghost nanny from Saga?

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  54. Cell (2016)

    Can’t wait for — Oh no! No budget!

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  55. The Lawnmower Man (1992)

    Could have used Matt Frewer in this.

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  56. The Lawnmower Man 2: Job's War (1996)

    Could have used less Matt Frewer here.

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  57. Needful Things (1993)

    Villainous von Sydow vexes village’s various vices

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    1. Nice. I also watched this year on Blu but, I swear there was a big car chase in the beginning as Sydow rolls into town which ends up going off a cliff and exploding. This was not in the version I watched. Did that happen in another version or am I just totally wrong?

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    2. Definitely not in the version I watched (MGM DVD from '02), nor do I ever remember that happening.

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    3. Dang it. It's my white whale or black Mercedes as it were.

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  58. Sleepy Hollow (1999)

    Befanged and beheaded, Walken still chews b'scenery

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  59. Lilith's Hell (2015)

    Had to watch. Meta FF starring Deodato.

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  60. Never Sleep Again

    It's like homework that I really love

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  61. The Village (2004)

    Abandoning society shows us how much William hurt.

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  62. Saw 6 (2009)

    Series that should have stopped at one.

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  63. Creep 2 (2017)

    Want spin-off following the man baby dude.

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  64. Creep 2 (2017)

    Comedic "Man Bites Dog" for the millennials.

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  65. Misery (1990)

    Annie is a true Stan for Paul.

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  66. The Invitation (2015)
    "Whole new meaning to red light district."

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  67. Amityville:The Awakening (2017)

    Get Out! Really just watch Get Out.

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  68. The Stuff

    Mo’ Rutherford: Best or Greatest movie protagonist?

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    1. Moriarty's mania makes most movies more memorable.

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  69. All Hallow's Eve 2

    Not sure this passes the 50% rule.

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  70. High Tension (2003)

    Textbook suspense. Then MNight-ed up the Shyamalan.

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    1. A plot hole so big you could...drive a truck through it >.>

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  71. The Editor (2014) Dir. Adam Brooks & Matthew Kennedy

    A true Giallo, complete with insane non-sequitirs.

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  72. Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning

    Sex is fine, but positively NO HANDBALL!

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  73. The Hidden (1987)

    Alien Dad: the sequel we never got

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  74. Sleepwalkers (1992)

    Never been a more proud cat dad

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  75. Murder Rock (1984)

    Less rock, more chubby guys wearing sweaters.

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  76. Raw (2016)

    Is it wrong I was turned on?

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  77. Raw (2016)

    WARNING. Watch in between meals. Not during.

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  78. What We Do in the Shadows (2014)
    Found another movie that works for mom.

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  79. Halloween H20 (1998)

    Part of LL's 500 picture Dimension deal.

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    1. Dimension Executives to LL, " You wanna be a crack dealer....BOOM! You got it. You wanna be on the S.W.A.T team....BOOM! Its yours! You wanna battle a mutha fuckin shark!?!......Its happening. Quick question...do you know what Rollerball is?

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  80. Idiocracy (2006) - Don't think it counts? Rewatch it. Terrifying!

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  81. Sleepy Hollow (1999)

    Dumbledore, Sparrow, Dracula/Saruman, Wednesday, Rooney...Walken?

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  82. Scream (1996)

    Shaggy and Skeet do some super shanking

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  83. Scream 4 (2011)

    Mask will bestow super speed and strength.

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  84. Chopping Mall (1986)

    “Dawn of the Dead’s” kid brother? ... Not!

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  85. Gerald’s Game (2017)

    Elliott sure turned into a real jerk.

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  86. Nosferatu (1922)

    Morning sun has vanquished this horrible night

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  87. The Haunting (1963)

    Great movie almost overshadowed by Tamblyn smirk.





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  88. Deep Dark (2015)

    Artist has sex with hole in wall.

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  89. The Conjuring (2013)

    Ugh, spare me the forced dialoooaaaaAAAAAH SHIT!

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  90. Jason Goes to Hell (1993)

    Why's opening condoms so difficult in movies?

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  91. Final Destination (2000)
    Death is a fan of Rube Goldberg.

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  92. The Bees (1978)

    My hot take: it’s all first takes.

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