Thursday, October 19, 2017

2017 Scary Movie Challenge Day 19

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  1. Hellraiser: Deader (2005)

    Hellraiser Sequels: I don't begrudge Wuhrer work.

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    1. I'm a fan of a couple of the DTV sequels, but Deader is when they really went to shit.

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  2. Deep Blue Sea (1999)

    Thomas Jane - the most "heh" actor ever.

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  3. Eyes of Fire (1983, dir. Avery Crounse)
    Wizard of Oz trees' dark origin prequel.

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  4. Red White & Blue (2010, dir. Simon Bosley)
    Most disturbing element was Marc Senter's earrings.

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  5. Society (1989)

    Seen better lips on camels. Ammi right?!

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  6. Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies (1999)
    A Djinn Fizz, to silly for my taste

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  7. Patchwork (2015)

    Garrett definitely counts that as a foursome.

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  8. Don't Breathe (2016, Dir: Fede Alvarez)

    Strangely, that's how I baste my turkey.

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  9. Bordello of Blood (1996)
    It needed more blood, less Dennis Miller.

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  10. Honeymoon (2014)

    Sink or swim time for these newlyweds.

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  11. The Descent (2005)
    It's a cautionary tale of extreme spelunking.

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  12. THE INVISIBLE MAN (1933)

    85 year old effects...still holds up!

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  13. Shivers (1975)
    Justifies my phobia of Canadian sexmurder parasites

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  14. THE BABYSITTER (2017)

    A tad below the “It’s fine” line.

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  15. Bells (1981)

    Poe is spinning in his tintinnabulous grave.

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  16. The Fly (1958)

    Like Cronenberg's version, but with more ballet.

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  17. Puppet Master (1989)

    Very odd. Not in a good way.

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  18. Sleepaway Camp (1983)

    My dick doesn't like summer camp either.

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  19. Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers (1988)

    I'm a happy camper, until I die.

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  20. Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland (1989)

    One minute in, get first boob shot.

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  21. Return To Sleepaway Camp (2008)

    Robert Hiltzik is completely batshit disturbingly insane.

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  22. Maniac Cop (1988):

    Apparently an empty truck exonerates Bruce Campbell.

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  23. Sleepaway Camp (1983):

    Couldn't come up with good dick joke.

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  24. Halloween (1978)

    Fairly intense game of hide and seek.

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  25. The Witch (2016)

    Anyone think this movie is the G.O.A.T?

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  26. Scream 4 (2011)

    More unlikely: immortal killing machine or this?

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  27. 976-Evil (1988)

    Should be remade as "Evil Dot Com."

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  28. Graveyard Shift (1990)

    Andrews and Macht mangle cotton-pickin accents, bat

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  29. Trick 'r Treat (2007, dir. Michael Dougherty

    Sam has such sights to show you...

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  30. My Sucky Teen Romance (2012)

    It doesn't suck, but has no bite.

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  31. The Phantom of the Opera (1962)

    Way too much opera, not enough phantom

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    1. Phantom Of The Paradise (1974)

      Plenty of the Phantom, not enough Beef.

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    2. Totally agree with that J.B!
      And I do love the character Beef (I am a veggie so had to add that specific haha)!

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  32. Serpent and the Rainbow (1988)

    Significantly more scrotum damage than was expected.

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  33. The Lords of Salem (2012)

    Tonight Only: The Lords featuring Erich Asperschlager

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    1. Using my name gets you two words but also two thousand characters.

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  34. Haunted House LLC (2015)

    Don't do haunted house in haunted house.

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  35. The Loved Ones (2009)

    So a basement full of unloved ones?!?

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  36. Monkey Shines (1988)

    Quadriplegic calls monkey "fuck face". Good times.

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  37. The Pit and the Pendulum (1991)

    Stuart Gordon doing Roger Corman doing Poe.

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  38. Poltergeist II:The Other Side (1986)

    Movie wormed its way into my heart.

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    1. I like your review much more than I liked the movie!

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  39. The Snowman (2017)

    ♪ Do you wanna build an inexplicable turkey? ♪

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  40. Halloween II (2009)

    Should I want the protagonist to die?

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  41. Demons (1985)

    Do not mess with theatre lobby props!

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  42. THE AMITYVILLE HORROR (2005)

    Shared universe with THE WITCH and IT?

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  43. (THE) INCUBUS (1982)

    Nothing like some serious demon rape discourse.

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  44. PRINCE OF DARKNESS (1987)

    The best sleep i had in weeks.

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    THE BLOB (1958)

    Teenagers in their thirties attacked by Jell-o.

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  46. The Faculty (1998)

    But where's the SCATman John cameo?

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  47. Leprechaun 4: In Space (1996)

    Miguel Nunez avoids enchiladas but not shit.

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    1. I love the Leprechaun series but my wife hasn't seen any yet. I was thinking of starting with 4, just for the sheer ridiculousness that it is.

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  48. Happy Death Day (2017)
    They Live poster. Carter is my man!

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  49. The Village (2004)

    Nothing to fear but the world outside.

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  50. Child's Play 2

    How long were they in that warehouse?

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  51. Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986)

    The most accurate depiction of UT fans.

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  52. Phantom of the Paradise
    Who'd win the fight? Rocky vs. Beef?

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  53. The Fog (1979)

    Undead-leper-pirates kill Mark Twain; bummer.

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  54. Cat People (1982)

    Malcolm McDowell attempts incest. Noah Cross approves.

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  55. Audition (1999)
    Thats it! im never dating anybody again.

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  56. THE GUARDIAN (1990)

    Well...at least its poster is amazing!!

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  57. An American Werewolf in London (1981)

    Werewolf murder victim surprisingly upbeat after death.

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  58. Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare

    Freddy now unrecognizable from the first movie.

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  59. Peeping Tom (1960)

    Girls on covers, no covers on girls.

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    Great movie! Highlight of October so far!

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    1. Nice. On the watch list, but just got bumped up.

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  60. Gerald's Game (2017) - That's why you don't share Kobe steaks.

    Asking Siri would've been easier, but props.

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  61. Horror of Dracula (1958)

    Peter Cushing is the best VanHelsing EVER.

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  62. Bordello of Blood (1996)

    So this is what Mouth wished for?

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  63. Cat's Eye (1985)

    James Woods wouldn't, would he? He would!

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  64. Boys in the Trees (2016)
    "Closest I'll get to The Halloween Tree."

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  65. Scream (1996) - Genius Craven makes us like Jamie Kennedy

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  66. Scream 2 (1997) - Genius Craven kills off Jamie Kennedy

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  67. Child's Play (1988)

    Tucked in bed with shoes on? WTF.

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  68. Intruder (1989)

    Wait, is "grocery store horror" a subgenre?

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  69. Starry Eyes (2014)

    Not surprisingly, didn't get a wide release.

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  70. Bleed (2016)

    Running out of first watches on Netflix.

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  71. Dorchester's Revenge: The Return of Crinoline Head (2014)

    Filmmaker assumes we know WTF "crinoline" is.

    So...Crinoline Head...worst villain name ever?!

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  72. The Awful Dr. Orlof (1962, dir. Jess Franco)
    Shocking evidence that Franco once had talent.

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  73. Child's Play 2 (1990): Doll blood? Must just be cranberry sauce.

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  74. Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985)

    Jason Pro Tip: Keep away from barns

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  75. Christine (1983)
    Did Christine give Arnie lasik eye surgery?

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  76. Child's Play 3 (1991): How much could Barc, would chuck, Chuck?

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  77. The Tingler (1959)
    The tingler was inside you all along.

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  78. All through the house (2016)
    Garland around the showerhead was too much

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  79. Torture Garden (1967)

    Barker Burgess bedevils a bevy of Brits.

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  80. Vault of Horror (1973)

    Death in an elevator, living it up.

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  81. White Drift (2016) (20 min short)

    Good indie, great practical werewolf, Kristi Ray.

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  82. Thinner (1996)

    That Strawberry pie, A dielightful gift, indeed

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  83. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)

    Communist aliens grow human shaped green beans

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  84. Thinner (1996)

    Brad Pitt volunteers to star in remake.

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  85. Black Christmas (1974)

    Copious, but terrifying, use of the c-word.

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  86. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

    Pretorius dead? Who will shrink Matt Damon?

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  87. Gerald's Game (2017)
    "Real horror; all that Kobe beef waisted."

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    1. That's $200 per lb Bruce Greenwood face

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    2. Haha!! Yeah and you think Lurch is going to appreciate the Kobe?!? No!

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  88. The Mummy(2017)
    The effects were...Sophia was...never mind.

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  89. Hatchet (2006) Dir. Adam Green

    Strays REALLY far from original Paulsen novel.

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  90. Gerald's Game (2017)

    Extended PSA for iPhone's "Hey Siri" feature?

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  91. Rocky Horror Picture Show (1974)

    Igor rocking the skullet like Hulk Hogan.


    Got to go see it at the tiny local theater with a packed house and props. Tons of fun. Wanted my grandma to come but I think we would have lost her when a dude got out of an elevator in full drag......spoilers.

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  92. Poltergeist II: The Other Side (1986)

    Carol Anne eventually went to Hogwarts, right?

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  93. Carrie (1976)

    Like my prom, only less pig's blood.

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  94. Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)

    Wheelchair guy and cute brunette are adorable.

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  95. Hellraiser: Hellworld (2005)

    Hellraiser Sequels: Two released in one year.

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    1. Hellworld's my favorite of the bunch. It's so nineties. (Even though it came out halfway through the decade after.)

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    2. If I'm being charitable I'll say that it would have been really easy for them to have fallen into some sort of formula with the sequels, but they all at least tried something. Inferno was the one I got the most entertainment out of and honestly I found most of them more watchable than Hellraiser III.

      For better or worse, Revelations isn't streaming and I'm not about to spend money on it so my time with Hellraiser is done for now.

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    3. Oh, no you don't!
      If I had to suffer through it, so do you! (Make sure you've got your adblockers on)

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    4. The pain and abuse you're tempting me with is almost worthy of a DTV Hellraiser sequel.

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  96. Secuestrados (2010, dir. Miguel Ángel Vivas)
    Intense Noe-influenced home invasion thriller. Recommended!

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  97. Better Watch Out (2017)

    Not one Macaulay Culkin cameo... Still good!

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  98. It Follows (2015)
    The demonic version of the Energizer Bunny.

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  99. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)

    Chainsaw slam dancing, thank you much Tobe.

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  100. An American Werewolf in London (1981)

    Health Care is much better in London.

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  101. Halloween (1978)

    Myers reconnaissance techniques could use some work.

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  102. An American Werewolf in London (1981)
    No doggy style in the sex scene. ಠ_ಠ

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  103. Brawl in Cell Block 99 (2017)

    Spice up scenes with a limb snap!

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  104. Tales of Halloween (2015)

    Hits the mark half the time...satisfied

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  105. Leprechaun (1993)

    Did not find me pot of gold.

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