Tuesday, October 31, 2017

2017 Scary Movie Challenge Day 31

200 comments:

  1. Pitch Black (2000)

    Radha thanklessly carries the movie for Diesel.

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  2. Creep 2 (2017)

    Turns out the murderer is a murderer!

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  3. Halloween 4 (1988)

    Lesson: don't transfer Mike until Nov 1st

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  4. The Thing (1982, Dir: John Carpenter)

    Y'know who fucks in this movie? Brimley.

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  5. Trick r Treat (2007)
    "Original chocolate foutian used at Golden Corral."

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  6. Night Of The Demons (1988)
    Nothing funny to say, just really great

    Night Of The Demons 2 (1994)
    Nothing funny to say, just really great

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  7. The Babysitter (2017)

    Final October movie due to Netflix convenience.

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  8. Hocus Pocus (1993)

    Bette, Bette...please calm the fuck down

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  9. Cat People (1982)

    John Heard is definitely a pussy hound.

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  10. Survival of the Dead (2009)

    Surprisingly better than its reputation. (RIP Romero)

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  11. Never Hike Alone (2017)
    You're allowed one fake ending, not two.

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  12. The Mummy (1999)

    Where's this Fraser guy? He's a star.

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  13. Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

    Pssssst, Tim Burton didn't direct this *runs*.

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    1. haha Nice. I still have people not believe me when I tell them this.

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    2. His fingerprints all over it though, so it's an easy mistake to make.

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  14. THE CELL (2000)

    Remember before Vince Vaughn was Vince Vaughn.

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  15. Silent Hill (2006)

    Come for the atmosphere, music and scenery ...

    ... Stay for the barbed wire vaginal piercings.

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  16. Saw IV (2007)

    So...it's not game over? JIGSAW LIED??

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  17. Don't Breathe (2016)

    Look, it's Blind Fury's insane younger brother.

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  18. Neon Maniacs (1986)

    “Everybody! Don’t run. Use your squirt guns!”

    Hahahahahaha!

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  19. House of the Devil (2009)

    Best dancing to a Psychedelic Furs song!

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  20. Son of Frankenstein (1939)

    Broadway musical idea: FRANKENSTEIN - KARLOFF THE DARK

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  21. Ghost of Frankenstein (1942)

    Ygor trades broken neck for bum eyes.

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  22. Frankentein Meets the Wolfman (1943)

    Frank's flat head beats Wolfie's fur lips.

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  23. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)

    Better Ingredients, Better People. Pod Pod Johns.

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    1. Been laughing at this one alone for like 5 minutes.

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  24. Island Of Lost Souls (1932)

    Laughton seemingly arrives from future for masterclass.

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  25. Hack (2007)

    Just like Scream, but on a boat.

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  26. Aliens: Zone of Silence (2017)

    Douchebags go missing. I should care... why?

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  27. Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977)

    There's few fascinating failures this visually striking!!

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  28. Martin (1978)

    Screw zombie fame, this is Romero's best.

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  29. The Old Dark House (1932)

    Frankenstein's monster got a nice butler job

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  30. Candyman (1992)
    Candyman, Candyman, Candyman, Candyman... naaah, better not!

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  31. Halloween (2007)

    Finally! Relatable realistic family portrayed on film.

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  32. It (2017)
    Don't talk to clowns in the sewer...

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  33. House of Frankenstein (1944)

    The real Song of Ice and Fire.

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  34. The Endless
    I'm trapped to write this review again...

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  35. Eraserhead (1977)
    I'd like to demand a paternity test.

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    1. Probably the most frightening depiction of parenthood in cinema. It gets to me more than Rosemary's Baby.

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  36. The Lost Boys (1987)
    Nearly as good as Goonies, right Doug?

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  37. Tremors (1990)
    Wormwise a logical step further from Eraserhead.

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  38. Army of Darkness (1992)
    Ha! Three words are easy: Klaatu barada ...

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  39. Paranormal Activity 2 (2010)
    Bored? Try to boob-surf the stairs!

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  40. Final Destination 5 (2011)
    Candyman isn't happy about this... me neither.

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  41. And the last one, sorry for not be able to contribute more.

    Anaconda (1997)
    I want a remake with Nicki Minaj.

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  42. An American Werewolf in Paris (1997)

    CGI werewolves even worse than Van Helsing.

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  43. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
    Ending my month with an absolute classic.

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  44. The Cabin in the Woods (2012)

    It's a real monster mash in there.

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  45. Scream 2 (1997)

    Just realized "Stab" gleefully celebrates actual homicides.


    Great Scary Movie Month. I had a blast!

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  46. F This Movie Scary Movie Month (2017)

    Thanks for another great Scary Movie Month!

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  47. Murder Party (2007)

    Your cat will listen if you murder

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    1. Yaas! Glad someone else watched this.

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  48. Castle Freak (1995)
    Take Jeffrey Combs but not the cat!

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  49. The Funhouse (1981)
    That face fits under that mask? How?!

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  50. Die You Zombie Bastards (2005)

    Attempts at jokes die quicker than zombies.

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  51. 13 Ghosts (1960)
    Those ghosts are just kinda dicks, right?

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  52. Happy Death Day (2017)
    Powerful Tree-tice on how to not suck.

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  53. Saw IV (2007)
    You're tearing me apart, Riggs-a! Wait, what?

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    1. Saw V (2008)
      Agent Strahm's demise is so incredibly crushing.

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  54. 976-EVIL (1988)

    Another reason to love the batshit eighties!!

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  55. NIght Of The Hunter (1955)

    Plenty of movies this good...(weeps uncontrollably)

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  56. The House by the Cemetery (1981)

    Holy horrific blood-spurting neck wound, Bathand!

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  57. Red Eye (2005)

    Field hockey's never been cooler than this.

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  58. Susperia (1977) Remastered 4K - Cinema
    Visual masterpiece. Fabulous music. No coherent story!

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  59. Friday the 13th Part III (1982)

    How do you hide underneath a hammock?

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  60. Vampirella (1996)

    Meanwhile, Vampophenia just sits on the shelf.

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  61. My seven-word review of F This Movie:

    'Best podcast ever? Silly question, I know.'

    You guys are fantastic. Kudos for yet another brilliant Scaaaaary Movie Month.

    Lots of love from this lurker. Keep on casting.

    P.S. Strange fact about me: I am actually a robot. We've evolved to a point where images of cars and street signs are identifiable. Bromley, Asperschlager, Riske, Mr. Bones, et al will be spared when the uprising happens. I'll do my best, anyway. No promises.

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  62. Day of the Dead (1985)

    Came for sugar skulls, only found Miguel

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  63. The Beyond

    McCabe? Joe the Plumber? Haunts me still.

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  64. Gauri the Unborn (2007)

    Possessed kid's gotta ruin everybody's good time.

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  65. The Exorcist (1973)

    Regan OD'd on Olive Garden's unlimited soup.

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  66. Halloween (1978)

    One, two, three, four, five, six shots!

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  67. They Look Like People (2015)

    Find of the month. Absolutely floored me.

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  68. The Dorm That Dripped Blood (1982)

    Not so much blood. Lots of dorm.

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  69. Shark Exorcist (2015)

    “I’ll kill you!”
    “Don’t you’ll hurt her!”

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  70. Trick 'r Treat (2007)

    Nothing clever here, just our annual tradition.

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    Still doesn't feel like only 82 mins.

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  71. Welp (2014)

    Why can't we Belgians make normal movies?

    or one for the homecrowd

    Ze hadden bij de chiro moeten gaan.

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  72. The Lost Boys (1987)

    Things have gone very wrong in Neverland.

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  73. Trick ‘r Treat (2007)

    Pretty sure it’s a law or something.

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  74. Entrails of a Virgin (1986)

    New Halloween night plans: Take shower immediately.

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  75. Carnival of Souls (1962) Dir. Herk Harvey

    Spoiler alert: your grandpa was a creep.

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  76. The Return of the Living Dead (1985): We're having some heavy showers... Shit! RUN!

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  77. Hocus Pocus (1993)

    Can nostalgia carry a viewing experience? Yes.

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  78. Beetlejuice (1988)

    Beetlejuice should have his mouth washed out.

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  79. Sole Survivor (1983)

    Surprisingly, Amy Sedaris’s debut. I didn’t know...

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  80. Wish Upon (2017)

    Let’s all wish... for a better movie.

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  81. Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    New 4K transfer makes zombies even deader.

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    1. Some films loose a little of their effectiveness when they are cleaned up. EVIL DEAD comes to mind in that regard. I hope that is not the case with NIGHT.

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  82. White Zombie (1932)

    Lugosi sells the shit out of this!

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  83. Mad Love (1935)

    Let’s give Colin Clive a big hand...

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    1. MAD LOVE deserves to be better known. This is one my great discoveries this October.

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  84. Modern Vampires (1998)

    Crazy cast, cheap movie, skeezy atmosphere... Loved!!

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  85. 13 Ghosts (1960)

    Senseless TCM screening without the viewer gimmick.

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  86. The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967)

    Wonderful Hammer homage— ahead of its time

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  87. House of Wax (1953)

    Vincent Price as Madame Tussaud... with paddle balls!

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    1. I feel like I’m watching a kid get the new high score in an arcade with this amazing roll you were on JB. Looks like you had an awesome day!

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  88. DRACULA: PRINCE OF DARKNESS (1966)

    Lurid gothic chills perfect for Halloween night.

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    Where have your manners gone, dear Dracula?

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  89. Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    Good as it gets. Miss you George.

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  90. Hocus Pocus (1993)

    Daylight Savings Time is the biggest scam.

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  91. Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)

    Very nice castle. It's only a model.

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  92. Stranger Things (2017)

    Netflix revenue 8 billion, wig budget $4

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  93. House of Usher (1960)

    Price standing around explaining stuff.... still entertaining.

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  94. Eraserhead (1977)

    Ambient noise alone deserves a vinyl release.

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  95. Kill Baby Kill (1966)

    Uh...yeah..okay...that girl is creepy.

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  96. The House of the Devil (2009)

    Taking my annual dose of Jocelin D

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  97. Halloweentown (1998)

    Girlfriend wanted to watch something nostalgic, ugh.

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  98. Halloween (1978)
    Where's the party with all the parents?

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  99. Psycho (1960)

    Closing out the month with the best.

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  100. Lifeforce (1985)
    "Tobe Hooper has become new favorite director."

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    1. Maybe my favorite review of the whole month.

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    2. Well its a real honor to hear that Patrick because you guys at F This Movie are my favorites every month of the year. Been listening for four years and always look forward to each new podcast each week.

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  101. Beyond the Gates (2016)

    Barbara can stare through my TV anytime.

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  102. Halloween (1978)

    The night he came back.... as topiary

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  103. At Midnight I'll Take Your Soul (1964)

    Coffin Joe has a problem with boundaries.

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  104. Halloween (1978)

    Michael Myers wins 1978 peekaboo championship title.

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  105. The Beyond (1981) Dir. Lucio Fulci

    Earns medical degree.....can't figure out headshots.

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  106. The Blackcoat’s Daughter

    Can’t wait to see Oz Perkins’ next movie.

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  107. The Barn (2016)

    Ending Scary Movie Month with a whimper.

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  108. Trick 'R Treat (2007)

    Pumpkinhead, before he was a fucking asshole

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  109. Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984)

    I really like how there’s no Leprechaun

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    1. I think I would have appreciated any movie for its lack of Leprechauns after this past week, but this movie was freakin awesome! Def my fav of the series so far

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  110. Psycho (1960)

    As is tradition. Happy scary movie month!

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  111. The Host (2006)

    Expected more monster in this family drama.

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  112. Trick r Treat (2007)

    Best horror anthology, favorite Halloween tradition film.

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  113. The Omen (1976)

    Perfection prevented per Peck's piss poor performance.

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  114. Guys this has been an absolute blast, I have time to get one more in, but I'm just spent. Got 41 movies in this month, most I've ever watched in a single month. 22 first time viewings, many of which were recommendations made by people on this site. Special thanks to JB, Adam Riske, Alajandra, Paul Calvert, and of course, Patrick (and anyone I missed). Already planning what to watch next year. Have a great night everyone!

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    1. Hmm. You might be mistaking me for someone else... I'm not a contributor to the site/podcast, other than some mediocre 7 word reviews. Still, I got a warm fuzzy feeling for a second, so thank you!

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    2. You chatted me up on the forum of one of the podcasts earlier in the month so wanted to give a shout out.

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    3. Oh yeah, I remember! Thanks dude!

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  115. Alice Sweet Alice (1976)

    Drop that kitten, kid. Not like that!

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  116. Coraline (2009)

    "Kids" movie is more thoughtful than most.

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    1. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986)

      No October is complete without the classics.

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    2. Now when you say "classics"....haha

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  117. The Babysitter (2017)

    Great scary movie month everyone, Happy Halloween!

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  118. Prince of Darkness (1987)

    Green goo produces devil. Also Ninja Turtles?

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  119. Suspiria (1977)

    Best ballet horror ever? Beats Black Swan.

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  120. Land of the Minotaur aka The Devil's Men (1976)

    I think I might've misjudged Donald Pleasence.

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  121. Hellraiser (1897)

    Fifty Shades of Grey darker than expected.

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  122. Saw VI (2009)

    This is the end...or is it?

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  123. Tales from the Hood (1995)

    Clarence Williams III almost worth eternal damnation.

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  124. Trick 'r Treat (2007)

    Candy-fueled schoolbus kid nightmares for me tonight!

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  125. HALLOWEEN II (1981)

    How do you take your spa...scalding?

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  126. Drag Me to Hell (2009)

    ... is becoming one of my favorite movies.

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  127. The Cabin in the Woods (2012)

    My god, the unicornanity. Oh the unicornanity!

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  128. In the Mouth of Madness (1994)

    No coherence needed.

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  129. HALLOWEEN III: SEASON OF THE WITCH (1982)

    Atkins, Atkins, Atkins, Atkins, Atkins, Atkins, Atkins

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  130. The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949)
    Gaston in an early role.

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  131. Halloween (1978)

    The buildup to Annie's death is masterful.

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

    Wait a minute.... Stone Henge isn't Irish!!!!!

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  133. Jaws (1975)

    Shark vs Ship (Spoiler, ship gets REKT)

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  134. Tales of Halloween (2015)

    Leaving Sweet Tooth candy. Until next year...

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  135. Icons of Horror (2013 fan film)

    I can't mock fan adoration. Happy Halloween!

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  136. Mirrors 2 (2010)

    Ok, now I'm just rubbing it in.

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  137. The Gate (1987)

    Backwards metal still better than dumb Despacito.

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  138. Black Sunday (1960)

    My first Bava, definitely not my last.

    #longlivescarymoviemonth

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  139. Tales of Halloween (2015)

    Here the name Pumpkinhead is taken literally.

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    1. Not sure, but this one might have become my favorite Halloween movie.

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  140. Ghost (1990)

    Shares universe with Drag Me To Hell.

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  141. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

    Frankenstein's monster is the saddest cinematic character.

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  142. Tales of Halloween (2015)

    Love the cast, references, and this movie.

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  143. Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension (2015)
    Thw priest should have called in reinforcements.

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  144. It Follows - The sequel to IT got really pervy.

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  145. The Gate II (1990)

    "Flanders, you're weiner kid summoned demons again!"

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  146. Saw V (2008)

    Ending my October like I wanna die.

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  147. Night Of The Demons (1988)
    Brilliant opening credits for absolutely dreadful movie

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  148. Demons (1985)
    Mental note - kill movie talkers with sword

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  149. Night of the Demons (1988)

    “Bah, they’ll all rot in Hell... Kids!”

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  150. The Thing (1982)
    u thot i was doggo? heckin bamboozled

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

    Nun-thing makes sense without Sister Exposition's visits.

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  152. Dracula (1931): Compared with Lugosi, Drac-u-Doug, you suck

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  153. The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)

    Really stretching the definition of "horror" here.

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  154. THE BLACK CAT (1934)

    Karloff and Lugosi in a quality production.

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    Don't even bother looking for Poe here.

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    The cult sequence is great - weird angles.

    It has been a fun Scary Movie Month. Enjoyed reading all the reviews.

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  155. The Brides of Dracula (1960)

    Why You Mind Your Own Business 101

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  156. IT (2017)

    Why give the Black kid's scenes away?

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    Tim Curry did more with less, IMHO

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  157. Carrie (1976)

    Not really horror...just cruelest joke ever.

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  158. Nightmare on elm Street (1984)

    Deservedly iconic. Somehow better with every rewatch.

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  159. A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985)

    Seriously, c'mon Mr Sholder, just admit it.

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  160. Tucker and Dale vs Evil (2010)

    It’s fun, and then 5 additional words.

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  161. Hocus Pocus (1993)

    Silly, goofy and good old Halloween fun

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  162. The Fog (1980)

    Decided to bookend SMM with this fav.

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  163. Argh post on the wrong day: Thor Niels Fejerskov JensenOctober 31, 2017 at 5:51 PM

    Scream (1996) Final Scary Movie this time around #65
    Dutch Angle you say? Lets try that.

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  164. Trick 'r Treat (2007)
    My must watch movie on Halloween Night.

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  165. Cleaned up the Netflix queue all day Halloween, so these are late but I did watch them yesterday.

    Cult Of Chucky (2017)
    Anything positive ever happened in an asylum?

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  166. Patchwork (2015)
    Cat-Owl flew away with my darn heart

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  167. Dead Awake (2016)
    Ironically put me to sleep three times

    Or

    Oh Jocelin, Jocelin, Jocelin, Jocelin. Oh no...

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  168. Viral (2016)

    I'm on a really rough stretch here.

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  169. Abattoir (2016)

    Why, Where, When, and What the fuck?

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  170. Beyond The Gates (2016)
    Like a hot tub after a shit-tornado.

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  171. Planet Terror (2007)
    Jar o' balls, Saxophone, leg gun, yup.

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  172. I didn’t get to watch anything yesterday so I got 48 movies in all month, BUT I did see Goblin (stealth brag) perform the Suspria Suite live in Philly last night so that should count.

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