Monday, October 30, 2017

2017 Scary Movie Challenge Day 30

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  1. The Invisible Man (1933)

    First superpower Invisbility, Second being an asshole.

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  2. Stephen King's It (1990)

    Watch Tim Curry clips, skip everything else.

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  3. HELL HOUSE LLC. (2016)

    Mannequin clowns moving around by themselves...NOPE!!!!!!

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  4. The Monster Squad (1987)
    Surely love for this movie is Universal

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  5. The Gate (1987)
    Fun and games until someone loses eyeball

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  6. The Hills Have Eyes (1977)
    Think that's impressive? My beach has arseholes.

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  7. Halloween II (1981)
    In which Loomis is crazier than Myers

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  8. The Beyond (1981)
    Toy tarantulas on strings cured my arachnophobia

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  9. Blood Diner (1987)
    Insulting, inept, infantile, incoherent and incredibly inspiring

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  10. Halloween III: Season Of The Witch (1982)
    An important element's missing here... Busta Rhymes

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  11. Hellraiser (1987)
    Escaping from hell's easier than solving puzzle

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  12. Inside (2007, Dirs: Alexandre Bustillo & Julien Maury)

    Batshit Betty Blue busts beaucoup baby balls.

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  13. A Lizard In A Woman's Skin (1971)
    Best giallo I've seen or delusionally tired?

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    1. I love it and Morricone's score is one of the best.

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    2. You might also enjoy Fulci's 1977 film THE PSYCHIC. It relies on an intricate plot and disorienting imagery as well.

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  14. Psycho IV: The Beginning (1990)

    That swamp holds infinite amounts of cars.

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  15. Effects (1978)
    Glad they had fun cause I didn't

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  16. Brain Damage (1988)
    Anyone eager for alleyway blowjobs deserves brainslug

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    1. I have a friend called Elmer which sounds the same as Ahlmer and I have stuck it to him all his life that one line

      "Elmer! You fucking named him Elmer!"

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    2. Wait Brain Damage was the other secret showing at the Astor?!? Oh man!

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  17. The Demolitionist (1995)
    Counts as horror because of unexplained demons

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  18. Mimic (1997)
    Best possible version of giant cockroach movie.

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  19. The Frighteners (1996)
    Also could be called: Jeffrey Combs Unchained

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  20. Asylum (72)
    Much like Tarantino, love me some portmanteaus!

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  21. The Mutilator (1984)

    So Sorry, Dad, but I killed Mom.

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  22. The Worm Eaters (1977)

    Written by a lunatic, performed by idiots

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  23. Seed of Chucky (2004)

    Glen or Glenda? I like Shitface better.

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  24. Curse of Chucky (2013)

    Are you telling me the doll's alive?

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  25. Cult of Chucky (2017)

    What kind of Chucky doll are you?

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  26. Happy Death Day (2017)

    What should we call her? Ummmmmm, Tree?

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  27. Cheerleader Camp (1988)

    Pimpin Ain't Easy - The Leif Garrett story

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  28. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

    So great, it totally deserves an eighth word.

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  29. Leprechaun In The Hood (2000)
    I had very low expectations, still disappointed
    -or-
    Somehow, still more racially sensitive than Trump

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  30. HELLRAISER III: HELL ON EARTH (1992)

    Last night a Cenobite saved my life.

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  31. Saw VI (2009)
    So many dark and unused warehouse spaces

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  32. Wicked Stepmother (1989)

    Like Troll 2, and by Larry Cohen.

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  33. Freddy Vs Jason (2003): Saw it in a cornfield with glowsticks.

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  34. Backcountry (2014)
    I could bear-ly watch that scene.

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  35. Hour of the Wolf (1968)

    Came for Wolfman, got creepy aristocratic cult.

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  36. Spookers (2017)

    New Zealanders are mental for haunted houses.

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  37. Saw (2004)

    Terrible acting competition is the real torture.

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  38. Children of the corn (1984)
    One Atari and this scenario doesn't happen

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  39. A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)

    Freddy was drunk and has no recollection.

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    1. I was at a convention over the weekend with a panel of Nightmare 3 cast members (minus Mr. Englund). It struck me that actors are sometimes not the best people to comment on a film. Heather Langenkamp was the only one who seemed to have some perspective about it.

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  40. Trilogy of Terror (1975)
    Boy did Chad roofie the wrong woman.

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  41. The Hills Have Eyes (2006)

    Group of unlikable people attacking unlikable people.

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  42. Knock Knock (2015)
    A Nicolas Cage level human being impression

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  43. Get Out (2017)

    Finally some good press for the T.S.A.

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  44. The Mutilator (1985)

    Deadly daddy dashes dummie’s downbeach dancing dinner.

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  45. Hatchet for the Honeymoon (1974)

    One way to keep using carpool lane.

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    1. It is always nice to have a private killing room, particularly one full of eerie mannequins. Definitely one of my favorite Bava films.

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  46. Inferno (1980)

    Only four more years of underwater training.

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  47. Halloween II (1981)

    JLC's wig aside, love it. JLC. JLC.

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  48. We Are Not Alone (No Estamos Solos) (2016)

    An unremarkable ghost story. Short runtime though.

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  49. Prince of Darkness (1987)

    How'd they fit Cheney in that cylinder?

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  50. In The Mouth of Madness (1994)

    Introducing John Carpenter as a creepier Jigsaw.

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  51. The Cabin in the Woods (2012)

    I spotted a robotic scorpion this time.

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  52. The Tenderness of Wolves (1973)

    Criminal mastermind Felonious Gru doing early work.

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  53. Patchwork (2015)
    Different patchwork than expected. Mom is disappointed.

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  54. Digging Up the Marrow (2014)

    Monsters love pancakes. See? Everybody loves pancakes.

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  55. BLACK CHRISTMAS (2006)

    As far as remakes go...pretty bad!!

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  56. Dig Two Graves (2014)

    In movies, nothing good happens in quarries.

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  57. The Midnight Hour (1985)

    Oh my god! Geordi has been assimilated!

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  58. Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)

    Best performance ever by pair of shorts.

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  59. Scream (1996)

    Oh my God! The popcorn is burning!

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  60. The Thing (1982)

    Could have been avoided with Google Translate.

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  61. Friday the 13th Part III (1982)

    How long was Ali waiting in barn?

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  62. Hellraiser (1987)

    That's disgusting and I can't look away.

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  63. Hellbound: Hellraiser II (1988)

    No skin seems like it would hurt.

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  64. The Hidden (1987)

    Not gonna lie, that looks like fun.

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  65. Bride of Re-Animator (1989)

    More Gothic feel, fewer boobs than original.

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  66. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986)

    Like original better, but still hella fun.

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  67. Fright Night Part 2 (1988)

    Makes me appreciate Chris Sarandon even more.

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  68. Vampyr (1932)

    It's ok to have a little substance.

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  69. Terror Train (1980)
    Copperfield & Cutris, costumes on New Years!

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  70. Prince of Darkness (1987)

    2017 synopsis: YOU WILL NOT BE SAVED!

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  71. Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988)

    Richmond Mental Institute has exceptional medical care.

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  72. The Monster (2016)

    Call Uber and everything works out fine.

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  73. Session 9 (2001)

    So, asbestos + abandoned asylum? Sounds fun.

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  74. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)

    Skin condition: get treatment? Nah, serial killing.

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  75. We Are What We Are (2013)

    Vampirism isn’t the disease, it’s the Kuru.

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  76. Ghostwatch (1992)

    Waniverse plus WNUF equals superior British original.

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  77. Event Horizon (1997)

    What's up with the slowly spinning chair?

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  78. It (2017)
    I kinda think clowns are charming still...

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  79. Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988)

    Don’t be a sheriff's daughter in Haddonfield.

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  80. The Legend of Hell House (1973)
    The precise time indications seems very british.

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  81. Ghoulies (1985)
    THIS IS THE CHANT WHERE WE YELLLLLLL

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  82. Trick 'r Treat (2007)

    Should have gone for the sandwiches, kid.

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  83. Fright Night (1985)

    Movies of 1985 only grow in stature.

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  84. The New Daughter (2009)

    With Costner starring, should've called it "Daughterworld."

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  85. Halloween H20 (1998)

    There is a surprising lack of water.

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  86. The Tingler (1959)

    Vincent Price is tripping balls. Don't scream!

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  87. From a Whisper to a Scream (1987)

    Trashy anthology that entertains me like crazy

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  88. The Brood (1979): I've rage children brooding as I type.

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  89. Mad Monster Party? (1967)

    Rankin, Bass go big with this bash.

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  90. I Dismember Mama (1972)

    Marriage on the first date? That’s crazy

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  91. Day of the Triffids (1981)

    Blind leading the blind against killer plants

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  92. Zombi 3 (1988)

    Zombie Radio! Yea! Turn that shit up!

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  93. Halloween 5 (1989)

    When do they start Jamie’s driving lessons?

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  94. Terror in the Crypt (1964)

    All atmosphere, few scares... and that's great.

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  95. The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

    Rate this film (with some fava beans)

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  96. The Dark Half (1993)

    Thad Beaumont, George Stark equally unbelievable names

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  97. Night of the Demons (1988)

    Half obnoxious nonsense, half pretty darn effective.

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  98. The Mummy (1932)

    She's Just Not That Into Your Tomb.

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  99. Slumber party massacre

    Killers drill, camera angle' straight from crotch

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  100. Evil Dead (2013)

    Who had the dirt on MPAA head?

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  101. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978) Dir. Philip Kaufman

    The emotionless Vulcan was my first hint.

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  102. The Houses October Built (2014)
    "More like The Houses Douchebags Failed Building."

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  103. Freddy vs. Jason (2003)

    Horror movies are truly unfair to cornfields.

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  104. Freaks of Nature (2015)

    Zombie, Vampire and Human walk into bar.

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  105. Hush (2016): Memo to self: get a backup phone.

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  106. The Invisible Man (1933)

    Claude Rains' housecoat game is on point.

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  107. What We Do in the Shadows (2014)
    Still a better love story than Twilight.

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  108. The Sacrament (2013)

    Siemetz, Bowen, Swanberg, I'd join that cult.

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  109. The Oblong Box (1969)

    Grave robbing seems like a profitable gig.

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  110. The Fall of the House of Usher (1960)

    She’s dead... now alive!...no wait, dead.

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  111. Trick r Treat (2008)

    Think my review barrel has run dry.

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  112. Cult of Chucky (2017)

    So, did this have a happy ending?

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  113. Grabbers (2012): Raise your tentacles and grab a drink!

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  114. Night of the Creeps (1986)

    It B everything, I love it all.

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  115. House on Haunted Hill (1959)

    I want one of those tiny coffins.

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  116. The Sentinel (1977) Dir. Michael Winner

    Painfully dull movie with one great scene.

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  117. Wish Upon (2017)
    Ancient Chinese scholarship = discounts on blood prices.

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  118. The Craft (1996)

    I enjoyed it, except awful cover songs

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  119. Wish Upon (2017)

    "Wish I was in 'The Craft' remake..."

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  120. Teen Wolf (1985)

    Fox acts same no matter movie's gimmick.

    (and I love it!)

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  121. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

    Frankenstein finishes off little girl's whole family.

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  122. The Dark Valley (2014)

    Revenge for primae noctis is served cold.

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  123. Friday the 13th Part 5: A New Beginning (1985)

    I think Joey was axe-ing for it.

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  124. Prince of Darkness (1987)

    Come for horror, stay for theoretical physics!

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  125. Urban Legends: Final Cut

    How could a slasher be this boring?

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  126. 1922 (2017)

    Sometimes They Come Back from the Semetary

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  127. IthoughtyouweredeadOctober 30, 2017 at 11:08 PM

    Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)

    I'm A-Pauled that they couldn't find Paul.

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  128. Tales From the Crypt (1972)

    Just want to hug poor old Cushing.

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  130. It Follows (2014)

    Won't somebody please think of the prostitutes?!

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  131. <>Saw VI (2009)

    So literal with "pound of flesh" bit

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  132. Split (2016)

    Who knew suffering MPD made you unbreakable?

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  133. Poltergeist (1982)
    The precursor to Dancing on the Ceiling.

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  134. The Brood (1979)

    Those school kids gonna be messed up.

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  135. Noroi: The Curse (2005)

    Never investigate babies crying - demons soon follow.

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  136. Midnight Meat Train (2008)
    Can’t get dumber? Here, hold my tongue.

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  137. Night of the Demons (1988)

    North of the Wall isn’t always bad.
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    That sweet lady made a mean pie.

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  138. The Amnityville Horror (1979)

    Don't be a Kidder, watch Suspiria instead

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