Saturday, October 7, 2017

2017 Scary Movie Challenge Day 7



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  1. Cult of Chucky (2017)

    Really love that ending. Good Luck Chuck.

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    1. Watched it this morning, liked it, hopefully more to follow!

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  2. Jeepers Creepers (2001)

    Cult following warrants revisiting; still not great.

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  3. Urban Legend (1998, Dir: Jamie Blanks)

    Keep your Witt when Gayheart goes nuts.

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  4. The Lost Boys (1987)

    Michael? Michael! MICHAEL! Michael. Michael?! Miiiiichaaaaellll!!!! (Michael).

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  5. Invaders From Mars (1986)
    Super cool mom lets kid watch Lifeforce

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  6. Cult of Chucky (2017)

    One weird episode of red shoes diary.

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  7. SLEEPAWAY CAMP (1983)

    Paul and Angela: Romance for the ages.

    Or

    Stupid and vulgar, but entertaining as such.

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  8. Sleepy Hollow (1999)

    Headless horseman is a dead man Walken.

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  9. Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988)

    Lusting teens, Hoddery Jason, 80ies hair, Awesome!

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  10. Lisa and the Devil (1973)

    Telly Savalas certainly does enjoy his work

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  11. Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954)

    Gets some mileage out of that claw.

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  12. Bats (1999)

    "Bats what you call entertainment these days?"

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  13. Inferno (1980)

    Gives new meaning to “crazy cat lady.”

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  14. Leprechaun in the Hood (2000)

    Ensign Mayweather had a surprisingly wild youth.

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    1. Finished the 5 movie boxset. I don't need to seek out Back 2 tha Hood or Origins, right?

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  15. John Carpenter's The Thing (1982):

    Suspect EVERYONE---wook at the wittle puppy!!!

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  16. The Loved Ones (2009)

    Why I "chose" to skip the prom.

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  17. Suspiria (1977)

    Where's that barbed wire? Oh, never mind.

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  18. Evil of Dracula (1974)

    Decent Japanese Dracula movie. Without actual Dracula.

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  19. House at the End of the Street (2012): Basement: trapped, chained, inaudible screams, thrush cream.

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  20. Road Games (1981)

    Ay! Maybe the dingo ate your Jamie.

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  21. Child’s Play

    Chucky is a Little Smartass Voodoo Daddy

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  22. The Devil's Candy (2015)

    Sugar on my tongue, gimme gimme some.

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  23. Pieces (1982)

    Writer: “... people cut to pieces?”
    Director: “Done!”

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  24. Dracula vs. Frankenstein (1971)

    Is that Lon Chaney??? Poor Lon Chaney.

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  25. Wes Craven's New Nightmare (1994):

    The Jason X of the Nightmare franchise.

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    1. I love Jason X in all it's goofiness.

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    2. As do I! This was a positive review!

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  26. The Exorcist (1973)

    First time; spinal taps are very scary!

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  27. Phantasm 3: Inspiration for The Walking Dead's characters?

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  28. Wishmaster (1997) -- Only way to defeat the friend-zone? Djinn.

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  29. Cult of Chucky (2017) - "Bowl cut Chucky" is now my favorite.

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  30. The Neon Demon (2016)
    Shocking revelation upcoming........Fashion industry is shallow.

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  31. Phantom of the Opera (1925)

    Basement dweller negs successful career woman offline

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  32. Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th (2013) - Wait, Gene Siskel published Betsy Palmer's address?!

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  33. Ruby (1977, dir. Curtis Harrington)
    Nobody does 'abusive matriarch' like Piper Laurie. (*°u°)=3

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

    Always ask a partner’s age AFTER sex.

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  35. Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991)

    Welcome to some truly horrible compositing, bitch.

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  36. House of 1000 Corpses (2003)

    Meanwhile, back on the Schrute beet farm.

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  37. The Burning Hell (1974, dir. Ron Ormond)
    Why does God have a Texan accent??

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  38. Monkey Shines (1988)

    This movie contains Monkey Arson soooo... A++.

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  39. Chopping Mall (1986)

    Lesson: Never buy floor model furniture, Yeech!

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  40. The Mist (2007)

    ve are nihilists, ve care about nothing.

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  41. The Manitou (1977) Music Box of Horrors

    Manitou looks like an elderly Anthony Kiedis.

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  42. Back to the cellar
    Interview with Giovanni Frezza (Bob) House By the Cemetery


    Giovanni's first comment

    "That's not my Voice"

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    1. Man, I wish they had versions in Italian with his real voice.

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    2. Yes 100% true. On the Arrow bluray. He was very sure to mention it straight away. He was the biggest child actor in Italy at the time. There is also a short introduction to the movie with him where he says it again. I'll film it and put it on twitter tommorrow so you can see it

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    3. Haha, Dennis, I was kidding! Of course that's not his voice :-P

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    4. Is it his voice in Manhattan Baby?

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    5. Never his voice, I believe.

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  43. Dracula, Prisoner of Frankenstein (1972, dir. Jess Franco)
    Loved this! It made my brain hurt.

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  44. The Orphanage (2007)

    I'm not crying, you're the one crying.

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  45. Ladies of Italian Horror. Callum Waddell

    Italians really do talk with there hands

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  46. Wishmaster

    I wish I had some more stillness.

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  47. Prince of Darkness (1987)

    Science nor Satan can explain that mustache.

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  48. Witchery (1988) a.k.a La Casa 4 a.k.a Evil Dead 4
    Beyond Darkness (1990) a.k.a La Casa 5 a.k.a Evil Dead 5

    Now completed the insane "La Casa" franchise.

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    1. This is one of those great Zombie/Demons style mish-mashes of unrelated properties and franchises! For everybody's reference, the series is:
      La Casa (a.k.a. The Evil Dead)
      La Casa 2 (a.k.a. Evil Dead II)
      La Casa 3 (a.k.a. Ghosthouse)
      La Casa 4 (a.k.a. Witchery)
      La Casa 5 (a.k.a. Beyond Darkness)
      La Casa 6 (a.k.a. House II: The Second Story)
      La Casa 7 (a.k.a. The Horror Show)

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    2. And it appears that the Italians hated Army of Darkness haha

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    3. Also don't forget the excellent "Beyond the Door" trilogy :-)

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  49. Class of Nuke 'Em High (1986)

    Sportos, geeks, sluts, bloods, wastoids...CRETINS.

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  50. Slashdance (1989)

    Director really, really loves girls in leotards.

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  51. Land of the Dead (2005) Music Box of Horrors

    Fiddlers residents shouldve gone to the roof!

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  52. The Manitou (1977) Music Box

    The doctor said I need a backiotomy.

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  53. Land of the Dead (2005) Music Box

    Fastest way to heart? Through the mouth.

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  54. Xtro (1982)

    I want a Yo-yo Midged Clown spinoff.

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    1. Love it. Me too

      I was wondering who was going to see it first this year. You win the coolest prize ever. My biggest respect

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    2. I literally thought of you and said "First!" when I saw this post, Dennis.

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    3. You all had a chance I was keeping quiet seeing who saw it first. Mikko for the Win

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  55. The Dark Half (1993)

    Pain in my head - that's fine, right?

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  56. Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989)

    Hey Mike, gimme a lift to Sizzler?

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  57. The Masque of the Red Death (1964): Immortality: No death, no life. Many capes.

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  58. The Cat and the Canary (1927)

    Glad to have seen it. So yeah.

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    1. Oh yeah...Music Box of Horrors

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    2. This is one of the most fun and innovative movies of the silent era, imo. I was blown away by it.

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  59. Pumpkinhead (1989)

    Could've been fun. Except just really depressing.

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  60. Death Spa (1990)

    Well, better than a bed that eats

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  61. The Sound (2017)

    Dull but great to see Rose back.

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  63. The Devil Rides Out (1968)

    or: Blofeld v Scaramanga: Dawn of Satan

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  64. Psycho (1960)

    Marion Crane is filled with chocolate syrup.

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  65. Gremlins (1984)
    "Those Gremlins are some really crazy dudes!"
    Or
    "New Gremlin frat house gets outta control!."

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  66. Saturday the 14th (1981)

    Alleged "comedy" mistakes loud screaming for jokes.

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    1. Aw man! Staple of my childhood! Eyeball soup sight gag never gets old haha

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  67. Friday the 13th (1980) - Theory: Everyone in town knows it's Pamela.

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  68. Friday the 13th Part II (1981) - Mrs. Crazy Ralph just doesn't care anymore

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  69. Terror Is a Man (1959) - Island of Dr Moreau is public domain

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  70. Blair WItch (2016)
    "Will never not be hungry for Curry."

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  71. Seed Of Chucky (2004)

    So specifically dated, it's practically a newspaper.

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    Glen is the Cousin Oliver of franchise.

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  72. Dark Waters (1993)

    Love. Like a Barker - Full Moon movie.

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    1. Nice! I've got this in a marathon later in the month. Super excited to check it out.

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    2. It takes a little while to get going but it ended up being very hypnotic (not to sound douchey)

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    3. We dipped after a half hour. We thought it was unwatchable. I guess we left too soon:(

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  74. As Above So Below (2014)
    Next time go to the Eiffel Tower.

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  75. Get Out (2017)

    He should've tried the patch before hypnosis

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  76. Howling (1981)

    Totally unbelievable…Mazdas were never fancy cars.

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  77. Howling II (1985)

    Well…there were howls, growls and tits.

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  78. The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988)

    I knew Bill Pullman could be resurrected.

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    Gotta say this movie just nails it.

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  79. Amityville Terror (2016)
    Dad 28. Daughter 21.

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  80. It Comes at Night (2017)

    Understand the criticisms, but still pretty gripping.

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  81. The Crucifixion (2016)

    typical possession movie. Will never watch again.

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  82. Psycho (1998)

    No! Don't get in the shower AGAIN!

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  83. Madman (1981)

    Let's all get lost one by one.

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  84. Hellraiser (1987)

    Cenobites probably envy our horrific world now.

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  85. Kill, Baby...Kill! (1966)

    Ansel Elgort is unrecognizable in this movie.

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  86. Dead Alive (1992)

    Shit.. I need to mow my lawn.

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  87. Train to Busan (2016)

    Doors!? Just throw main cast at zombies.

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  88. Don’t Breathe (2016)

    Maybe I shouldn’t have had the onions?

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  89. Brain Damage (1988)

    Sorry, sir, this counts as pre-existing condition.

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  90. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
    Leatherface has circus-level rapid costume changes.

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  91. Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon (2006) Dir. Scott Glosserman

    More of a romantic comedy than anything.

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  92. Scooby Doo (2002)

    Really roo ruch rexualization and reed rokes.

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  93. The Funhouse (1981)

    Patrick was right. This movie is awesome.

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  94. Maximum Overdrive (1986) with F This Movie Commentary

    A childhood favorite, not an adult one

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  95. Wes Craven's New Nightmare (1994)

    Wes just truly worked on another level.

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  96. Tales of Halloween (2015)

    It's more like Tales of Repetative Boringween

    Scary Movie 3 (2003)

    Don't care what anybody says love it!

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  97. Battle Royale (2000)

    Seriously, what parents signed these permission slips?

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  98. The Howling II (1985)

    Came for Lee and again during credits

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  99. Gerald's Game (2017)

    Wait, so was Herman Munster real or....?

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  100. Friday the 13tth Part 5 (1985)

    Maybe Joey's problem is that he's deaf?

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    Roy's close up - "foreshadowing" face plants you.

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  101. The Slumber Party Massacre (1982)

    Everything I love about 80s slasher movies.

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  102. Slumber Party Massacre II (1987)

    Andrew Dice Clay wreaks havoc with guitar.

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  103. In the Mouth of Madness (1994)

    Sutter Cane's sufficient when I have Koontzstipation.

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  104. Slumber Party Massacre III (1990)

    I may have terrible taste in movies.

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  105. Magic (1978)

    How many wooden penis jokes are there?

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  106. Trouble Every Day (2001)

    Guys, we can just get room service.

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  107. Belko Experiment (2016)

    Someone’s got a case of the mondays...

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  108. Jason X (2001)

    Jason in space not so dumb idea.

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  109. The Funhouse (1981) Music Box

    My wife thought Elizabeth Berridge was 12.

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    1. Hahahah my friend thought the same thing!

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  110. The Town That Dreaded Sundown (2014)
    He came back, to re-toot his horn.

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  111. Audition (1999)
    One man's desperation leads to forced amputation.

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  112. Only Lovers Left Alive (2013)

    Bittersweet seeing Anton Yelchin and John Hurt.

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  113. Bride of the Monster (1955) - on Off Beat Cinema

    Calamari Party at Bela's!!! Bring your parakeet!!

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  114. The Funhouse (1981) with Patrick's commentary

    That brother is a total creeper though.

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  115. Dark Waters (1993)

    Nocturnal nuns never turn a blind eye.

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  116. The Funhouse (1981)

    Hooper is too good at creating maniacs.

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      Made me leave to watch more Hooper.

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  117. Let the Right One In

    No jokes. Simply beautiful beginning to end

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    1. Let Me In

      Let me out. Why's Koteas even there?

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  118. The Manitou

    Manitou mass, medicine man Misquamacus, matures muscularly

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  119. Land of the Dead

    That's a populist uprising I can support.

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  120. Dark Waters

    Naughty nuns--but not the fun kind

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  121. The Funhouse

    I'd stare at Elizabeth Berridge staring anytime.

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  122. In the Mouth of Madness

    Wait a minute... I'm watching that movie...

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  123. Hellraiser

    The cenobyte in sunglasses looks kinda cuddly

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  124. Hack-O-Latern (1988)

    Hey... they stole that climax from Highlander!

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