Tuesday, October 3, 2017

2017 Scary Movie Challenge Day 3


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  1. Frontier(s) - (2007, Dir. Xavier Gens)

    Welcome to Trump's America... I mean France.

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  2. Shakma (1990)
    Shakma was an inside job! Wake up!

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  3. Messiah Of Evil (1973)

    Point Dune: Like a classy Santa Carla.

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  4. House of Dracula (1945)

    The Universal monsters explained away with midichlorians.

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  5. THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2 (1986)
    Hooper's BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN. Weirder and funny.

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  6. Stage Fright (2014)
    On scale of Doh to Tee? Fah

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  7. The Miniskirt Murders (1968, dir. Antonio Marghereti)
    aka Naked You Die aka School Girl Killer aka The Young, the Evil and the Savage
    No gore/nudity... basically "Gidget Goes Giallo".

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  8. Return to House on Haunted Hill (2007, dir. Victor Garcia)
    "This place is ass-fucking my mind!"
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    Same director: Mirrors 2 and Hellraiser 9!

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    1. Urgggg. Hellraiser 9 (aka Revelations). Although I'm optimistic what the newest one might be. The director/writer had the story for a couple of years, and played hard-to-get with the studio until they green lighted the movie he wanted to make. We'll see.

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    2. Love that optimism! Why, just take a look at ol' Gary J.'s first directorial outing!!

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  9. Fright Night 2 (2013, dir. Eduardo Rodriguez)
    Shot in Romania! ...always a good sign. (-‸ლ)

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  10. Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)

    Dr Whiskey fucks then saves the world.

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  11. House (1985)

    Vietnam soldier has silly saviour fantasy. Charlie!

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  12. House on Sorority Row (1983)

    As usual Doctor brings the good drugs

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  13. Halloween: Resurrection (2002)

    Masked vigilante fights back against home invaders.

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  14. It Comes at Night (2017)- No cupcakes or cake...that's real horror.

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  15. The Amityville Horror (2005)

    More like George and Kathy Lolz amirite?

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  16. Rings (2017)

    Seattle, hahaha stop it you're killing me.

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  17. Get Out (2017)

    This IS horror you social thriller warriors!!

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    1. I don’t mind people putting it into a sub genre called social thriller. I mean if we have a new sub genre that makes people make movies this good, I’m all for it. Called it whatever you want.

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  18. Hellraiser (1987)

    What's with the chubby one wearing sunglasses?

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  19. Cat People (1982)

    Nastassja Kinski likes to undress, meow meow!

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  20. Suspiria (1977)
    Fewer endless hallways, more Bavarian slap dancing!

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  21. Prom Night (1980)

    I Know What You Did That Summer

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  22. Urotsukidoji: Legend of the Overfiend (1989)

    Okay... this was a thing I watched.

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  23. The Ghost And The Darkness (1996):

    Couldn't the lions eat both these doofuses?

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  24. Cult of Chucky (2017)

    Scariest animatronics gang not named "Rockafire Explosion."

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  25. Gerald's Game (2017) - I love this song! Oh...never mind

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  26. Thinner (1996)

    Adam Riske recommends (I think), I revisit...

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    1. And for that I thank you as i'm glad I did!! :) Still to watch this scary movie month: The Bye Bye Man & Wish Upon...

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  27. 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016)
    Goodman, most underrated actor of his generation?

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    1. He must have the best agent to put him in exclusive 10/10 films

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  28. Evil Dead II (1987)

    All of this seems familiar to me

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  29. Blood Rage

    Residents perplexed by elusive ability of automobiles.

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  30. Night of the Living Dead (1990): “Shoot that piece of…thank you, Barbara.”

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  31. Prince of Darkness (1985): “Minion has better chemistry with the mirror…”

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  32. Slither (2007): “Hardest thing to believe? Banks married Rooker."

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  33. House II: The Second Story (1987)

    Jim Henson's Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

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  34. House of Frankenstein (1944)

    Dracula literally/figuratively falls off the wagon.

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  35. XX (2017):

    Lynskey VS Panda stare-down for the win!

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  36. The Monster Squad (1987)

    Wait, Russell Crowe isn't in this one?

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  37. Children of the Corn (1984)

    1984: Linda Hamilton battles machines and kids.

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  38. Mission to Mars (2000)

    Whoops. Thought this was a horror movie.

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  39. Body Bags (1993)

    ..."as God can grow it, my hair!"

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  40. Hellhole (1985)

    Zappa doppelgänger has a thing for silk.

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  41. Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986)
    "Coolest cocaine fueled sequel ever to exist."

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  42. Night of the Demons (1988)

    Never knew lipstick could psychologically scar me.

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  43. The Void (2016)

    Practical gore instead of CGI? *single tear*

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  44. Cult of Chucky (2017)

    Blaming multiple personality disorder after sex, Classic.

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  45. Trick 'r Treat (2007)

    Rogue! This is a strange marvel movie.

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  46. Martin (1978)

    Moody, morose Martin maliciously manages monochrome murders.

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  47. Wild Beasts - Belve Feroci (1984)- Amazing zoologist or 70s pornstar? You decide.

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  48. Split (2016)

    Boy, the Philadelphia Zoo has substantial storerooms.

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  49. The Last Exorcism (2010)

    I still think it was just indigestion.

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  50. A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989)

    Alice Johnson is an underrated final girl.

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  51. Leprechaun (1993)

    YOUR gold? You were on a break!

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  52. Horror Rises from the Tomb (1973)

    "Come to the country, have some laughs..."

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  53. Cult of Chucky (2017)

    False advertising: Good guy dolls my ass.

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  54. The White Reindeer (1952)

    Finnish film about a Santa Claus reject

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  55. The Monster (2016)

    Nice to see Zuul getting more work.

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  56. Species (1995)

    Oscar winners make Oscar winning movies, right?

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  57. The Devil's Advocate (1997)

    "Legal Pads?" "GIVE ME ALL YOU GOT!"

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  58. Gerald's Game (2017)

    Sometimes you need a little helping hand.

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  59. Night Train to Terror (1985)

    Made from film scraps, you don't say.

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  60. Little Shop of Horror's (1986 Director's Cut)
    Audrey and Seymour still end up together.

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  61. Wishmaster (1997)

    Definitely not a STUPID PIECE OF SHIT!

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  62. Torso (1973)

    Killer supports scarf economy. Friend of Desoto?

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  63. Innkeepers (2011)

    How I long for world without smart phones.

    not trying to be funny, but watching this period piece(late 90s/early 00s?) struck me how the small wonders, eccentricities and charms of life we have lost by immediately zoning in on our phones during idle time. Providing us only with what we want to see, instead of being forced to actually absorb/live in the world around us.

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    1. I believe Innkeepers is set within the present time (2011/12). Ti West is just savvy enough to not have incorporated cell phones into this script.

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    2. on wow really?
      That website he was building looked archaic. I kept thinking how if I was working at that inn with all that time to kill, instead of taking in how awesome the quiet historical charm of the place was I'd be on my phone. I would not have even noticed it was haunted, ha!

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  64. Ricky Ooh

    The story of Ricky

    Makes my brain hurt and head spin

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    1. Like being strangled by your own intestines? :P

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  65. White Zombie (1932)

    Surrender to the hypnotic eyebrows of Lugosi!

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  66. Super Dark Times (2017)

    Begins great. Abruptly changes tone. Still processing.

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  67. Creepshow (1982)
    I guess Ted Danson called him Shirley.

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  68. The Lodger (1944)

    London fog is the movie's best character.

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  69. Hatchet II (2010): Daddy started chopping. I wanna chop too.

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  70. Fright Night (1985)
    "McDowall and Sarandon steal the whole film."

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  71. Cult of Chucky (2017) Dir. Don Mancini

    Look what they did to my haaaand.

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  72. Poltergeist (1982)
    Why is the other realm so gooey?

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  73. A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988):

    Did that girl just throw her superpowers?

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  74. Frankenstein (1931)

    Doctor throws dirt in Death's face. Symbolic?

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  75. Maniac Cop (1988)
    Campbell vs Z'Dar: Battle of the Chins

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  76. Nekromantik 2 (1991)

    What? They're dead. They can't feel anything.

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  77. Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein
    Vincent Price is in this? Who knew?

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  78. The Boogey Man (1980)

    Dad just wanted a Breathe-Right strip.

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  79. Eraserhead

    "Nightmare scene" is the least traumatic scene.

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  80. Nightmare on Elm St. 3 (1987)

    DVD didn't include the Dokken video. Bogus.

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  81. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

    Shouldn't it be Bride of Frankenstein's Monster?

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  83. Lifeforce (1985) (Director's Cut)

    Deserves a Prince of Darkness-type reassessment.

    I had never seen this before and I'm stunned by how great it is - nothing like what I was expecting (a low-budget, campy Alienesque space horror movie) - it maybe doesn't get off to a super-promising start but it doesn't take long to get rolling. There might be a couple iffy performances here and there (I'm not a huge fan of the lead guy) but this is overall quality stuff. I love it - a new favourite for sure.

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  84. The Devil's Rejects (2005)

    Sometimes the Lord tells you to kill!

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  85. Wishmaster (1997)

    The Riskmaster was right about this one.

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  86. The Pact II (2014, dir. Dallas Richard Hallam, Patrick Horvath)
    Originally, written as sequel to Ghost Dad.

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  87. Stake Land II (2016, dir. Dan Berk, Robert Olsen)
    Where stakehouses will only serve meat... bloody! (; ̄_ ̄)

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  88. The Fog (1980)
    Call the sherriff? Nah. Use the radio.

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  89. The Hamiltons (2006)

    How do you make incestuous cannibals boring?

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    1. That's how I felt about The Bad Batch.

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  90. Super Dark Times (2017)
    Never befriend the kid who owns swords.

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  91. Scream 2 (1997) : Double the pleasure, double the screaming fun.

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  92. Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers (1988)
    Springsteen sis has a hungry heart, penis.

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  93. Sweet Sixteen (1983)

    We have very different definitions of "sweet".

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  94. Road Games (1981)

    Where's this movie been all my life??

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  95. Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice (1992)

    Emilio Estevez was just okay in this.

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  96. Who Saw Her Die? (1972)

    Don't Look Now with more ping pong.

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  98. Tonight I watched the original Wolf Man and 2008's The Strangers.

    Last night I revisited the 80s version of the Blob. I'm glad its on Hulu as it can be hard to find a copy these days. 80s The Blob is exactly my speed for stretched latex and Magenta lighting. Great Fun. From Beyond also scratches that very particular itch.

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  99. Little Evil (2017)

    Pretty great, but where’s the giant Rottweiler?

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  100. Haunter (2013)

    One star deduction for excluding Punxsutawney Phil.

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  101. The Return of the Living Dead (1985)

    I've never heard "brains" said so frequently.

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  102. House on Haunted Hill (1999)‬
    First instance of ghosts hacking email accounts?

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  103. The Ring (2002)
    Wait... when's the Naomi Watts masturbation scene????

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  104. Curse of the Crimson Altar (1968)
    It's Lee vs. Karloff in Competitive Explaining!

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  105. House of Wax (1953)
    That smell is none of your business.

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  106. The Devils Rejects (2005)

    They ain’t got friends. They got family.

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  107. The Living Skeleton (1968)

    Modern pirates inadvertently cause ghost ship scenario.

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  108. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

    Mary Shelley accurately predicts fashion, sequel tropes.

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  109. Prom Night (1980)
    Wait? She's getting in the van? Really?

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  113. EXCISION (2012)
    Girls just wanna cut uh - up

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