Monday, October 1, 2018

2018 Scary Movie Challenge Day 1


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  1. CURTAINS (1983) on Amazon Prime for the first time.

    "Survivor: Canada" winter auditions can be brutal!

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  2. Alfred Hitchcock's PSYCHO (1960) on Blu-ray.

    [In Marky Mark voice:]
    'Say hello to crazy mother for me!!!'

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  3. You could not have watched two movies in the one hour since it turned 12:00 in NYC.

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    1. I'm working overnight, 11PM to 7AM. Posting from work tablet. Gotta watch them horror flicks before I go to work, or not watch 'em at all. Like we all say in June, LOOPHOLE-SPLOITATION! ;-)

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    2. I think he's allowed this one.

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  4. Shutter Island (2010)

    Is this scary movie challenge even real?

    (I cheated and started the movie around 11)

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  5. Let Us Prey (2015, dir. Brian O'Malley)

    Most hostile workplace ever gets slightly worse.

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  6. Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde (1920)

    Fortunately unrestrained toxic masculinity didn’t catch on...

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  7. Raw Meat aka Death Line (1972)

    Despite repellent unpleasance, excellent Pleasance performance pleases

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  8. Dracula (1931)

    Renfield's eye acting almost rivals Bela Lugosi's

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    1. I know! His laugh is one of the greatest things ever.

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  9. "Split Second" (1992) on Amazon Prime:

    "Blade Runner" meets "Dark Angel" but better

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  10. The Incubus (1982)

    Sperm, egg, Sperm, Sperm, bacon and Sperm!

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  11. Cloverfield (2008)

    True horror: T. J. Miller’s non-stop talking.

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  12. The Serpent and The Rainbow (1987)

    Pale Pullman’s powder poison possesses people’s powers.

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    1. Oh my gosh can we not do that this year?

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  13. Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)

    Welcome to the Great British Act Off

    and

    The set design in Dracula is everything

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  14. Murder Party (2007)
    "Alexander should have tried the pumpkin bread!"

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  15. CABIN IN THE WOODS-
    "DING. Fourth floor:
    Every movie monster ever."

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  16. Who Can Kill A Child? (1976)
    These children? I can! Where's a gun?

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  17. Tales of Halloween (2015)

    Grim Grinning Ghost waits on Starry Eyes

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  18. Macabre (1980)

    That's where I keep MY wife's head!

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  19. Mandy (2018)

    Hell bikers, meet space acid Nicolas Rage.

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  20. Freaks (1932)

    1930s circuses had lax requirements for strongmen.

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  21. Haunters: The Art Of The Scare (2017)

    Rex Ryan doesn't believe in safe words.

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  22. Burial Ground (1981)

    Oh, Mama. That nipple looks awfully tasty.

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  23. Body Melt (1993)

    Ozzies oozing out of control. Oi! Oi!

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  24. Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings (1994, dir. Jeff Burr)

    Probably dumbest subtitle since 'Dawn of Justice'.

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  25. Death Spa (1990)

    Here's my homage to seven word reviews.

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  26. Hereditary (2018)

    Turns out walnuts do not help headaches.

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  27. Toolbox Murders (2004, dir. Tobe Hooper)

    These two movies and a Dr. Pepper...

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  28. Lifeforce (1985, dir. Tobe Hooper)

    ...my very own little Tobe Hooper tribute.

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  29. DAYBREAKERS (2009)

    We should talk about childhood vampire depression.

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

    Wait, is Loomis the bad guy now?

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  31. Trick R Treat (2007)

    Sam's too young to watch this orgy.

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  32. Banshee Chapter (2013)

    Found-footage tentacle porn by flashlight din.

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

    Now in perfect mood, but 5’s next

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  34. Night School (1981)

    ARE YOU READY TO GET YOUR G.I.A.L.L.O.?

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  35. Beyond the Gates 2016

    It's horror Jumanji. In a good way!

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  36. Frankenhooker (1990)

    Don't make them like they used to

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  37. Creep 2 (2017)

    Haven't we all had friends like Aaron?

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  38. The Lost Bo(1987)

    More people need to see Near Dark.

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  39. Neon Maniacs (1986)

    Monsters have same weakness as Wicked Witch.

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

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  41. Nightmares (1983)

    Psycho nuts, gaming sucks, killer trucks, rats!

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  42. Hereditary (2018)

    House party? Break out the walnut cake!!

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  43. Don't Knock Twice (2016)

    Sadly, should be called "Don't Watch Once".

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  44. Death Valley (1982)

    My real dad is the head vampire!

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  45. Blacula (1972)

    William Marshall makes that unibrow look sexy!

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  46. Hell Fest (2018) - Second viewing!

    Like Michael Clayton? This is also good.

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  47. Poltergeist 2: The Other Side (1986)

    They’re baaaaack...again. No really, they are.

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  48. Hell House, LLC (2015)

    We've got killer clowns and shaky cams.

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  49. Angel Heart (1987)
    Prototype "Who Do You Think You Are"

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  50. Death Spa (1989) w/ F This Movie Commentary

    Super fun revisit listening to you all!

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  51. The Conjuring (2007)

    Lily Taylor Chooses Awful Real Estate... Again!

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  52. The Black Cat (1981, dir. Lucio Fulci)

    Always knew cats were evil (I'm allergic).

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  53. Duel (1971)

    Drivers Ed 101: Solid lines = no passing!

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  54. Night of the Living Dead (1990)

    Bill Moseley just got Million Dollar Babied.

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  55. Friday The 13th (2009)

    All victims of the new underground movement

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  56. Mark of the Devil (1970)

    Nalder even more menacing without Barlow makeup.

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  57. Death Spa (1989)

    Alexa, loosen the pool diving board screw.

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  58. Halloween (1978) (first ever viewing...I know)

    The Carpenter is an architect of terror.

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  59. Sorority Row(2009) This movie is, like, soooo last decade.

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  60. Hell House LLC II: The Abaddon Hotel

    Same creepy killers, less nauseating shaky cam

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  61. It Follows (2014)

    Not fair, all this trauma and despair.

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  62. The Newlydeads (1988)

    Convoluted wacky mess. Some good kills though.

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  63. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

    Rod didn’t save Tina...guess he choked.

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  64. Halloween (Rob Zombie - 2007)

    Wait, Michael Myers is a KISS fan?

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  65. Mirrors (2008)

    Everyone's watching this on day one, right?

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  66. Bait 3D (2012, dir. Kimball Rendall)
    Cleanup in aisle 5. Flood, blood, CG.

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    1. Did you watch in 3D? I had blast with it in that format. Plus, never realized Nip Tuck dude was Australian haha

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  67. Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988, dir. My Boy)
    "We're not sisters." Cruelest cut of all.

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  68. Creepshow 2 (1987, dir. Michael Gornick)
    Looking for happiness inside killer Hefty bag.

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  69. Crucible of Terror (1971)

    British Horror is just the absolute worst.

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  70. A Night to Dismember (1983)

    Who needs images when you have narration?

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    1. All time favorite! I have someone who is getting me a copy of the actually film before it was "lost" and had to be cut into what is available now, which I still think is an amazing experience.

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  71. What We Do in the Shadows (2015)

    No better analogy between virgins and sandwiches.

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  72. Phantom From Space (1953)

    Started off cool, ended with a whimper.

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  73. Assignment: Outer Space (1960)

    I'd like this more, if by Fulci.

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  74. Go to Hell (1999)

    You had me at, "Former ProWrestling Manager.."

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  75. Tenebre (1982) Dir. Dario Argento

    That dog hops fences like Point Break

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  76. The Being (1983)

    Hey, Jimmy just drove up sans head.

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  77. Jigsaw (2017)

    "Dammit, grain trap failed! Quick, throw stuff!"

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  78. Pieces (1982)

    Don't take that BASTAAAARD Timmy's porn puzzle

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  79. Split (2017)

    Methinks Dr. X has gone slightly mad.

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  80. Toolbox Murders 78

    I should of watched Tobe's version instead

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  81. The Monster Club (1981)

    Scary Stories to Tell in the VIP

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  82. American Satan (2017)
    "Daddy can I make a movie please!?"

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  83. Beyond The Black Rainbow (2010)

    Heavy Metal Fans, Meet Heavy Metal Dagger.

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  84. Bone Tomahawk (2016)

    Everything seems fine, until, oh god, vomit.

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  85. They Live (1988) Dir. John Carpenter

    Broke, homeless, still enough money for creatine.

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

    Thirty more days 'till Halloween, Halloween, HALLOWEEN!

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    1. And the song won’t stop till then!

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    2. Great. Now that shit is stuck in my head.

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  87. Hellfest (2018)

    Tony Todd needs medication only Hellfest has.

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  88. Hell Fest (2018)

    It's cheesy... but it's gooey, delicious cheese!

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  89. Tales From The Hood 2 (2018)

    Did Mr. Simms do the right thing?

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  90. The Halloween Tree (1993) - An impressive compendium of ways to fly

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  91. Creepshow 2 (1987)

    Hoisted by his own long haired petard

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  92. PSYCHO

    "CAN'T BELIEVE THIS FUCKING CAR WON'T SINK!!!!"

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  93. Terrifier (2017)

    One Art the Clown franchise, pretty please.

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  94. DAWN OF THE DEAD (2004)

    Does Andy's penmanship seem to be slipping?

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  95. Green Room (2015)

    Think we need to switch to Country.

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  96. The Thing (1982)

    One bottle of whiskey is not enough.

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  97. Bubba Ho-Tep (2002):

    King fixes spring in ding a ling.

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  98. The Body Snatcher (1945)

    10 bucks a body? What a deal!

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  99. The Limehouse Golem (2016): The poisening patriarchy patrons her painful production.

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  100. Society (1989) Dir. Brian Yuzna

    I met my wife the same way.

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  101. The Monster Squad (1987)
    Dracula and Wolfman and Mummy, oh my!

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  102. Chopping Mall(1986) Its Dawn of the Deadly killer robots

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  103. “The VVitch:” Black Phillip is kind of a dick.

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  104. Night of the Living Dead (1968) (Criterion)

    50 years later, no signs of decay.

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  105. The Howling(1981) "Honey, I'm leaving you for a Lycan"

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  106. The Wolf Man (1941)

    Has claws, fangs. Why strangle his victims?

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  107. Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    “Cellar! Daughter! Cellar! Daughter! Cellar! Daughter! Cellar!”

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  108. Susperia (1977) You can attend ballot school without auditioning?

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  109. Sleepwalkers (1992)

    My next cat will be named Clovis.

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  110. Tourist Trap (1979)
    Starring Chuck Connors as the... WTF MAN!

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  111. The Phantom of the Opera (1989)

    "It's the music of the night, bitch!"

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  112. Night Shadows aka Mutant (1984)

    Who would ever fuck with Wings Hauser?

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  113. Get Out (2017) Dir. Jordan Peele

    Yeah...okay....sure. BUT WHAT ABOUT CHICAGO!?

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  114. Maniac (2012)

    Surprisingly, it's less nauseating than Hardcore Henry

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  115. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

    It's a new masterpiece in fantasy terror.

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  116. The Beast Must Die! (1974)

    Where a Werewolf meets a Bond villain!

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  117. Cut (2000)

    It's a slasher, with an Australian accent.

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  118. Cult of Chucky (2017, dir. Don Mancini)
    Fiona Dourif kisses Jennifer Tilly. Five stars.

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  119. Blair Witch (2016)

    This movie is in tents (Nailed it!).

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  120. Who's Watching Oliver (2017)

    Oedipus complex gets homicidal and very messy.

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  121. The Collector (2009)

    Saw rip-off that's better while still terrible.

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  122. Way of the Vampire (2005, dir. Sarah Nean Bruce & Eduardo Durão)

    It took two people to direct this!?

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  123. Ruin Me

    And that’s why I don’t go camping.

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  124. The Creature Walks Among Us

    More a marital melodrama with a Creature

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  125. The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)

    Grandpa, firmly grasp it in your hand.

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  126. Ruin Me (2017)
    So many twists even Chubby Checker's exhausted

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  127. Dog Soldiers (2002, dir. Neil Marshall)

    Soldiery soldiers do soldier stuff with werewolves.

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  128. Trick 'r Treat (2007)

    Robot lady did not do anything wrong.

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  129. Hellraiser (1987)

    Does Kirsty not see her dad's blood?

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  130. Bite (2015)
    The Fly meets Contracted. God Bless Canucksploitation.

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  131. Eden Lake (2008)

    Adam is lit af... literally lit aflame.

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  132. Creepshow (1982)

    These garbage men have some smooth moves.

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  133. Black Christmas (1974)

    Olivia Hussey is dressed like a minion.

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  134. Hold the Dark (2018)

    Saulnier turns miserableness-dial up to 11

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  135. Night of the Creeps (1986)

    Tom Atkins Mustache Thrill Creeps Forcefield Spanky

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  136. MANDY (2018)

    Every frame an Iron Maiden album cover

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    More Dream Theater than Black Dahlia Murder

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  137. Alien (1979)

    The real monster? The ship programmer: DOS!?!

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  138. Revenge (2018)

    Take peyote and wake up branded? Relatable

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  139. Please always write your reviews to the newest thread, no matter what day you watched the movie on. If you write on an old thread, you review won't be counted.

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