Sunday, October 29, 2017

2017 Scary Movie Challenge Day 29

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  1. Beyond The Black Rainbow (2010, Dir: Panos Cosmatos)

    Let's shoot, folks. The acid's kicking in.

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  2. Scream (1996)

    Real talk: It's my favorite horror film.

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  3. The Neon Demon (2016)
    Looks so shiny, yet feels so ugly.

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  4. A Ghost Story (2017)

    Is this horror? I am very confused.

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    1. I think so, though it’s arguable. It’s definitely one of my favorite movies of this month.

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  5. Split (2016)

    Boring movie. Can’t wait for the sequel!

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  6. Frankenstein (1931)
    Laboratory in a windmill? Is that wise?

    Or

    No the girl isn't a floating device.

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  7. Boo (1932)
    Silly and weird Universal Monster clip show.

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  8. Monster House (2006)

    Unavoidable Harry / Ron / Hermione comparisons. Harmony ftw.

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  9. The Worst Witch (1986)

    An excellent cast somehow elevates discount Hogwarts.

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  10. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
    Bride good. Fire not good. Movie good.

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  11. Killer Workout aka Aerobi-Cide (1987)

    Spandex slasher helps fitness fanatics cut weight.

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  12. The Last Slumber Party (1988)

    Ooh, that's why surgeons wear those masks.

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  13. The New York Ripper (1982)
    My favorite? Junior Mints. Fulci's...? Vagina stabs.

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  14. Ghosthouse (1988)
    Sure, Clowndoll's evil, but whatta catchy tune!

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  15. Lord Of Illusions (1995)
    Famke rides Bakula's midnight meat train...(I'msosorry)

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  16. Leprechaun: Origins (2014):

    Is it over? Please say it's over.

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  17. Blood and Black Lace (1964)

    Great album title for 80's rock band.

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  18. The Beyond (1981)

    I don't like eyeballs and spiders. FUCK.

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  19. Strip Nude for Your Killer (1975)

    It's rude to mention woman's green face.

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    1. Rejected by a woman? Inflate blow-up doll.

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  20. Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse (2015)

    Shaun of the Dead for dude bros?

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  21. Bettlejuice (1988)

    I love early Tim Burton so much.

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  22. Sole Survivor (1983)

    Slightly better than Michael Bolton's SOUL PROVIDER.

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  23. Wish Upon (2017)

    Add me to Riske's #BestOriginalScreenplay campaign team.

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  24. From Beyond (1986)

    Fantastic, Barbara as a scientist! Never mind...

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  25. The Mummy (1932)
    Hoped for more mummy, got fantastic Karloff.

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  26. Mirrors (2008)

    It's just that easy to watch Patrick.

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  27. Subspecies (1991)

    Dude's in grave need of a manicure.

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  28. Saw

    Do these guys know how to catch?

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  29. Dracula (1931)

    Vi vant voo vuck vor vlood, sir.

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  30. THE FOG (1980)

    Those guys have been underwater too long.

    or

    A wonderful campfire story brought to life.

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  31. Nightmare City (1980)

    These zombies run, drive, know kung fu.

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    1. Are they zombies or contaminated people? Lenzi insisted on the latter, but the line in blurred in the film.

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  32. The Shining (1980)

    .RADAR YM NO SAGAS REDRUM REDDER ON

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  33. An American Werewolf In London (1981)

    All because they upset the dart player.

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  34. Frankenstein (1931)

    Monster gives swimming lessons, John Wayne style.

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  35. The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)

    Funding by Pocketknife Collectors of Central Texas.

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  36. John Carpenter's Vampires

    Fuck James Woods forever. Three more words.

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  37. Siskel and Ebert review Xtro

    Two horror haters hating on Horror!

    Sorry..........

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  38. The Prowler (1980)

    Savini serves up some satisfying splatter. Seriously.

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  39. Xtro Xposed with Harry Brommley (Patrick's Dad)

    "Most people think it's irreparable!

    There Right"

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  40. Diary of a Madman (1963)
    This “Wimpy Kid” prequel is, umm, different.

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  41. Mutant (1982)

    In space, nobody can hear you strip.

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  42. Horror of Dracula (1958)
    Christopher Lee AND Peter Cushing? Yes, please.

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  43. The Editor (2014)

    Where giving Paz wood means something different

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  44. The Nasties Review of Xtro by Lampyman

    Phone melts Homage E.T

    cant phone home!

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  45. Ain't it scary reviews Xtro

    Me and Zack Carlson feel the love

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  46. Beetlejuice (1988)

    Keaton goes full Robin Williams, still great.

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    1. Did this end up being for family feature?

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    2. Awesome! I revisited it for the first time in years and loved it.

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  47. Sole Survivor (1983)

    Want to know what's in that coffee.

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  48. Wish Upon (2017)

    Yes, Virginia, I Do Dig On Multiverses.

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  49. Jigsaw (2017)

    Careful about getting excited. It's a trap.

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  50. Cat People (1942)

    Too short animated sequence is absolutely glorious.

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  51. Xtro reviewed by The Cinema Snob

    Reviewing film's isent just reiterating the plot!

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  52. Xtro reviewed by ScreamNTerror

    Damn! Some weak ass reviewers on Youtube

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  53. Better Watch Out (2017) dir. Chris Peckover

    This Elliot Rodger home movie is creepy.

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  54. Masters of Horror: Incident On and Off a Mountain Road

    A solid horror entry from Don Coscarelli.

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  55. Gravy (2015)

    Expected a charming horror comedy but...psych!

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  56. Teen Wolf Too (1987)

    College werewolf jockboy jams to Erasure montage.

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  57. Ghoulies

    Who needs a plot?! We have PUPPETS!

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  58. Xtro reviewed by Dramphyr

    Sraping the barrel trying to help Numbers

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  59. The Hunchback of the Morgue (1973)

    Naschy gets ladies even with a hunchback.

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  60. Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    Rednecks walking around like “all lives matter”

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  61. Day of the Dead (1985) Dir. George A. Romero

    Who knew John was really John Wick.

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  62. Halloween 3: Season of the Witch (1982)

    I would go full robot for Atkins

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  63. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

    The Bride. She is my only weakness.

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  64. Tales of Halloween (2015)

    It really does get better each year.

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  65. Leprechaun: Origins (2014)

    Makes me miss John Gatins’s leprechaun transformation

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  66. Dracula (1931)

    I do not say bla, bla, bla.

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  67. Butcher baker Nightmare maker

    The Homophobic cop makes me really uncomfortable

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  68. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986) - A little Chop-Top goes a long way.

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    1. Alternatively, - Leatherface's Chunk impersonation is pretty on point.

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  69. John Carpenter's The Fog (1980)

    The score makes this movie so good

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    1. The cinematography is good, too. The shots at the lighthouse and along the coast are beautiful.

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  70. Scream 2 (1997)

    High water mark in David Arquette's career.

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  71. The Creeping Flesh (1973)
    Don't worry, titular flesh does indeed creep.

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  72. Sleepy Hollow (1999)

    In October it’s just really Van Tastic

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  73. Scanners (1981)
    Ironside has 'exploding your head' resting face

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  74. Death Note (2017)

    Might work better as 37 episode Anime.

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  75. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

    I elect Frankenstein new fire prevention mascot.

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  76. Boys in the Trees (2016)

    Let your imagination run wild and free.

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  77. Found Footage (2017)

    FearNet.com review: “really opens doors on ya’.”

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  78. Tetsuo: The Iron Man (1989)

    I’m an Avenger now right? Guys? Guys?

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  79. Madman (1981)

    Campfire song that could win The Voice.

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  80. The Babadook (2014)

    Biggest takeaway? Reading to children is bad.

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  81. Candyman (1992)

    No one gets stabbed like Xander Berkeley.

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  82. Scream 4 (2011)

    He’s gonna have THE worst headache tomorrow.

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  83. 1922 (2017)

    Rats! What’s real? What’s a dream?

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  84. Suspiria (1977)

    Unsettling, yet mesmerizing...probably need a rewatch

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  85. Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993)

    I've got a terrible idea! Do It!

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  86. Beetlejuice (1998)

    Keaton's craziness works; Geena's the prettiest ghost!

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  87. Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse (2015)

    Hardware store montage: personal fantasy of mine.

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  88. Sinister (2012)

    Will someone please turn on a light?!?

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  89. 1922 (2017)
    "Money wont fix that bit off nipple!"

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  90. WNUF Halloween Special (2013)

    I'm suddenly craving arcade games and meth.

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  91. Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood (2003)

    I always peak at the DTS intro.

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  92. The Witches (1990)

    a little mouse just ruined my diner

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  93. Hocus Pocus (1993)

    Jack Noseworthy and Ice are very threatening.

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  94. Phenomena (1985)

    Jennifer in white. Bugs crawl. Chimps pimp.

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  95. Saw 2

    Reverse Beartrap was my nickname in college.

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  96. Saw 3

    Bad decision to watch this while sick.

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  97. Saw 4

    I can stomach anything except eye trauma.

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  98. Saw 5

    These movies are oddly comforting for me.

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  99. Jigsaw

    I’m also one of John Kramer’s apprentices.

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  100. Sleepy Hollow (1999)
    "Burton should have stopped right here."

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  101. Kill List (2011)

    Not the bees...wait bring the bees!

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  102. Beyond the Gates (2016)

    Did they make Lucius Needful a character?

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  103. John Carpenter's The Thing (1982)

    Wilford Brimley without push broom mustache...weird

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  104. Shivers (1975) Dir. David Cronenberg

    President Trump raves "Perfectly normal sexual behavior."

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  105. Leprechaun: Origins (2014)

    I’ve NEVER appreciated a reboot this much.

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  106. Scream (1996)

    Thought would launch Lillard to huge career

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  107. The Frighteners (1996)

    Darker than I remembered, but still fun.

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  108. 1922 (2017)

    Like Gerald’s Game except he kills her!

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  109. The Brute Man (1946)

    Tor Johnson could have elevated the performances.

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  110. Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    Trespassers vandalize home; take turns dying horrifically.

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  111. The Sacrament (2013)
    First sign of trouble commit mass suicide.

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  112. John Carpenter's Prince of Darkness (1987)

    Damn, how will I sleep after this?

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  113. Lace Crater (2015)

    This is why you don't fuck ghosts.

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  114. The Nightmare Before Christmas.
    Takes place mostly in November.

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  115. House of 1,000 Corpses (2003)

    I think I get Rob Zombie now?

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  116. Piranha 3D (2010)

    Richard Dreyfuss's best killer animal film yet!

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  117. Army of Darkness (1992)

    Don't for-get to e-nun-ci-ate when cast-ing spells.

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  118. Children of the Corn (1984)

    Now got a real problem with corn.

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  119. The Mummy (1932)

    Imhotep used pensieve before it was cool.

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  120. Straw Dogs (1971)

    Man, trapped, traps man in man trap.

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