Wednesday, October 10, 2018

2018 Scary Movie Challenge Day 10


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  1. TOWER OF EVIL, aka HORROR ON SNAPE ISLAND (1972, 29 min.) on CONtv (first 75 min.) and YouTube (last 15 min.) for the first time.

    So dull/boring flick self-destructs before ending.

    [Seriously, the HD version streaming on CONtv has 15 min. to go when it stops on its own... wTF??!!]

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    1. 89! It's 89 minutes long, not 29! That's what I get for posting these overnight while at work. :-P

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  2. THE GATE (1987, 85 min.) on TubiTV for the first time.

    A kinder, gentler "Pet Sematary"... FROM HELL!!!

    or

    Nothing scarier than minutes-long streaming commercial interruptions.

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  3. The Number 23 (2007, Dir. Joel Schumacher)

    Not as scary as Adam's 525 obsession.

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  4. The Mummy (1959)

    Cushing plays a 48 year old youngster.

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  5. Monster Squad (1987)

    Bribery using photos of your sister.... bananas

    (Mickey from Michigan)

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  6. Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    Alpha male kills jerk, steals hiding idea.

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  7. Candyman (1992)

    Those drug dealers were dealt with quick

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  8. What We Do in the Shadows (2014)

    Everyone needs a best friend like Stu

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  9. Kwaidan (1964)

    Artful, entrancing folk tales. Dubious moral lessons.

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  10. Halloween (1978)

    Maybe Michael just wants Laurie’s Babysitter money

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  11. Halloween 2 (1981)

    Loomis acts like a man with Alzheimer.

    or

    That Michael Myers costume was so lifelike.

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  12. Lifeforce (1985)

    I’d kiss Space Girl, oops Patrick Stewart.

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  13. Crimson Peak (2015)

    With English accent comes great creepy responsibility.

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  14. STARRY EYES (2014)

    Be careful. You'll pull your hair out.

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  15. Triloquist (2008) Dir. Mark Jones

    "Ventriloquist? How can we make that.... shorter?"

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  16. Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 (2000)

    Artisan Entertainment rips off Dimension, bores audience!

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  17. Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (1994)
    Finally, Shelley's original Kali Ma scene restored

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  18. SCREAM 3 (2000)

    As expected...Parker Posey steals the show.

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  19. DEAD TIME STORIES (1986)

    What a waste of good practical effects.

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  20. The House Of The Devil (2009)

    Thinking it may be a pizza baby.

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  21. Child's Play (1988)

    One of the most unlikely great movies?

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  22. The Entity (1982)

    Barbara Hershey kills it in meh movie

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  23. Black Devil Doll From Hell (1984)

    Whatever you do, please don't watch this.

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    1. He made another movie, you know.... lol

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  24. Arachnophobia (1990)

    Warlock should have seen that shit coming

    or

    There's nothing like a refreshing spider shower

    or

    Strangely happy when old man dies horribly.

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  25. Fender Bender (2016)
    Guy gets great gimp get-up going.

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  26. Halloween H20: Twenty Years Later (1998)


    Michael's peepers? Too dreamy for the devil.

    or

    Fun forbidden party vibe killed by Creed.

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  27. Idle Hands (1999)

    VH1's Where Are They Now for Thing.

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  28. The Ritual (2017)

    Camping needs covered! Magical forest liquor store!

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    1. Ha! Fuck yeah!

      Sorry to throw off the count but this was too awesome

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  29. Pirahna (1978)

    Swimmer becomes entrée. Thank you Joe Dante!

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  30. Stoker (2013)

    Some birthday present variety would be nice.

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  31. RUIN ME (2017)
    One twist too many. Ruined the movie.

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  32. The Dark Power (1985)

    Lash La Rue whips undead Toltecs silly!

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  33. Digging Up the Marrow (2015, dir. Adam Green)
    Pumpkin Jack is so totally the Miranda.

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  34. The Blackcoat's Daughter (2015)

    Still not scarier than actual Catholic school

    or

    Cigarettes? Severed heads? It's high school again!

    or

    Portrait of a Catholic schoolgirl gone wild

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  35. Blood Rage (1987)

    Cranberry sauce? Todd would never say that.

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  36. All the Colors of the Dark (1972)

    Edwige Fenech has just changed my world

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  37. Malevolent (Netflix) 2018

    Wait! Those eyebrows weren't in style then!

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  38. Scream (1996)

    Thinking of review, I'll be right back

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  39. The Alphabet Killer (2008)

    The crap I'll watch for Eliza Dushku

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  40. Jack-O (1995)

    Even Linnea Quigley couldn't save this travesty.

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  41. Tales Of Halloween (2015)

    Can't identify the Rusty Rex? It's you

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  42. Carrie (1976)

    The origin of the phrase "carried away"

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  43. Phantasm (1979)
    Kid needs balls to get over loss.

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  44. Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon (2006)

    Needs at least AMERICAN VANDAL-quality acting

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  45. Demon Wind (1990)

    Not feeling ironically "fun" movies this year

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  46. The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb (1964)

    Well, you took your damn time, Mummy.

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  47. Cat People (1982)

    More John Heard nudity than I expected.

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  48. Carrie (1976)

    The power of Christ compels you... Not!

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  49. Haxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages (1922)

    The source of half of my avatars

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  50. Dolls (1987)

    My Davos figure would give great counsel.

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  51. Dracula 2000 (2000)

    Monster Magnet movie magnetically attracts movie monster

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  52. For the Love of Halloween (2018)
    Wish ArieScope Halloween shorts were on Blu-ray.

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  53. The Witch

    How much wood did i just chop!

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  54. The Amityville Horror (1979, dir. Stuart Rosenberg)

    From money-grabbing hoax to mediocre motion picture.

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  55. Pet (2016)

    Nothing wrong with a little puppy love.

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  56. Rabid (1977):

    Rabies outbreaks are way sexier in Canada.

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  57. Im Not A Serial Killer (2016)
    "Great scott Marty! I've become a monster!"

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  58. Candyman 2: Farewell to the Flesh (1995)

    New Orleans aka “It’s Always Mardi Gras”

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    1. Open Windows (2014)

      This *screenshot* movie *screenshot* fucking *screenshot* sucks.

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  60. DREAD (2009)

    Note to self: Birthmarks don't scrub off.

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  61. Hell Fest (2018)

    There are too many characters named Gavin.

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  62. The Innkeepers (2011)

    More atmosphere, more conjuring? More beer! please?

    or

    Once Upon a Time Inn Ti West.

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  63. Extremity (2018): Rob Zombie movie without Sheri and Rednecks

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  64. Gremlins (1984)
    Would Gizmo win America's Got Talent?

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  65. Halloween 5 (1989)

    Rachel, is Wolfie ok? I hear barking.

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  66. Bubba Ho-tep (2002)

    Peanut butter and banana stuffed jelly donut.

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  67. Shredder (2003)

    Slasher on the slopes, I'm on board.

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  68. Carrie (1976, dir. Brian De Palma)

    Amityville and Carrie, a fun-filled double feature.

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  69. Jack-O (1995)

    Linnea killing it in this; Brinke cameo. Yes!

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  70. Burial Ground (1981)
    Striking social commentary about public breast feeding.

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  71. Blood Fest (2018, dir. Owen Egerton)

    Ok, but can I watch 'Arbor Day'?

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  72. As Above, So Below (2014)

    Could've used Harry Potter and Benjamin Gates.

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  73. Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (Producer's Cut) (1995):

    So Haddonfield Hospital security still sucks, huh?

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  74. Friday the 13th Part 8: Jason Takes Manhattan

    You hear "Manhattan", you think "Tiny Boat"

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  75. House of the Devil (2011)

    Maybe I'm face blind, was that Gerwig?

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  76. Rasputin: The Mad Monk (1966)

    Definitely not making this my rap name.

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  77. Jennifer’s Body (2009)

    Now I know what a “wettie” is.

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  78. Carrie (1976)

    Even better with Patrick Bromley's post commentary.

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  79. 1408(2007) Number of DTV Cusak movies since ths.

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  80. The Others(2001) A DracuDoug favorite if I do recall.

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  81. Beneath (2013) Lifeboat scenario, but with way more stupid

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  82. Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI (1986)

    Kevin Williamson's favorite Friday and it shows

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  83. Winchester (2018)

    Groo: "I am the prince of Chichester."

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  84. Frankenstein vs Baragon (1965)

    Suddenly an "octopus"? Happy Birthday, Ed Wood!

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  85. Hollow Man II (2006)

    Lacks the fluidity of Verhoeven's evanescent masterpiece.

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  86. Night of the Comet

    How does Robert Beltran get top billing?

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  87. Adam & Evil (2004)

    Adam & Evil, not Adam & Stevil

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  88. The Gravedancers (2005)

    The corpse of Gene Kelly was mesmerizing.

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  89. Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II (1987) Dir. Bruce Pittman

    Soak your dress in turpentine AFTER prom.

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  90. Carrie (1976)

    I'd slaughter a pig for Nancy Allen.

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  91. Freddy vs. Jason

    The winner by technical knockout, Jason Voorhees!

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  92. Black Christmas(1974)
    Open the pod bay... basement window, Jesse

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  93. The Conjuring (2013)
    Can't dig the frauds portrayed as heroes

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  94. The Exorcist III (1990)

    When we’re dancing on the ceiling outtakes.

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  95. War of the Gargantuas (1966)

    He ain't heavy, he's..FREAKING EATING PEOPLE?!?!?!?

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  96. Xtro (1982) Atherton version!

    New diet plan: watch Xtro, barf everywhere

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  97. The Invisible Man (1933)

    I can’t see anything wrong with it.

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  98. The House That Dripped Blood (1971)

    Cushing and Acklund wanna wax that ass.

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  99. Carrie (1976)

    Great performances amplified by big screen viewing.

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  100. Malevolent (2018)

    My introduction in film to Florence Pugh.

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  101. Repo! the Genetic Opera (2008)
    After singing, Paris Hilton couldn't save face.

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  102. Dead Hooker in a Trunk (2009)
    Major trauma? Just grab tape and thread.

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  103. XX (2017)
    Framing sequence doubles as a Tool video.

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  104. Resident Evil (2002)
    Catherine Zeta Jones still laser dodging champion.

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  105. The Midnight Man (2016)

    It's a movie that's free on Hulu.

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