Tuesday, October 2, 2018

2018 Scary Movie Challenge Day 2


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  1. HEREDITARY (2018, 127 min.) on Blu-ray.

    Parents and children getting along? WITCHful thinking!

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  2. JENNIFER'S BODY (2009, 102 min.) on HBOGo for the first time.

    The "DIABLO" is in the details... BOOYA!

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  3. Mandy (2018)
    Missed opportunity for Nicolas Cage vs Tiger

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  4. "Blood Rage" (1987) Dir. John Grissmer

    Everyone walks like it's their first time.

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  5. Nightbreed: The Director's Cut (1990, dir. Clive Barker)

    Maybe PEOPLE are the real monsters. Nah.

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  6. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931)

    Potion turns Dr. Jekyll into Geico Caveman

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  7. Blood Rage (1987)

    Todd escapes, so Terry kills horny teens

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  8. Murder Party (2007)

    Should have a color in the title.

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  9. Mandy (2018)
    "Sometimes penises just really make you laugh."

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  10. Damien: Omen II (1978)

    The Devil moves in mysterious ways, Damien

    or

    Somebody should do something about the crows.

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  11. Omen III: The Final Conflict

    Damn, Michael Corleone got nothing on Damien.

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  12. Death Spa (1989)

    The vodka was not in the blender.

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  13. Death Spa (1989) - with commentary

    This commentary gives us 20% more podcast

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  14. THE HAPPENING (2008)

    Wahlberg completely upstaged by Deschanel.....and plants.

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  15. Galaxy of Terror (1981)
    You had me at Sid Haig
    Or
    Englund gets burned again

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  16. The 50 Best Horror Movies You’ve Never Seen (2014)

    Seen 48 of 50. Still enjoyed this.

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  17. Halloween (1978)

    Best babysitter killer for forty years running!

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  18. The Devil’s Candy (2015)

    Ethan Embry’s recent rebrand has been glorious.

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  19. White Coffin (2016)

    They should make this into a movie.

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  20. HELLRAISER(1987)

    Challenging viewing.
    Frank keeps saying, "Don't look."

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  21. The Changeling (1980)

    George Scott is daddy ghost never had!

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  22. Scarecrows (1988)

    I'm with the Scarecrows on this one

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  23. The Fury of the Wolfman (1972)

    Naschy is let down by lazy directing.

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  24. Hereditary (2018)

    Close-talker apologies always lead to a seance.

    They have a DIY for everything these days.

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  25. Gravy (2015, dir. James Roday)
    I know, you know...that they're cannibals.

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  26. Night Train to Terror (1985)

    God versus Satan! Come dance with me!

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  27. Death Spa (1989)

    Foree struts in Party City's finest jacket.

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  28. Cronos (1993) - Guillermo del Toro

    Immortality? Great! Side effects? Not so good!

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  29. The First Purge (2018)

    Meet Y'Lan Noel, your next action star

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  30. Signs (2002)

    Mel Gibson hates aliens too? Big surprise.

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  31. Elves (1989)

    Is Santa Zap Rowsdower's long lost brother?

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  32. Zombieland (2009)

    Reuben Fleischer's best movie by a mile.

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  33. Rocktober Blood (1984)

    More slasher movies need death by iron.

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  34. HIDEAWAY (1995)

    Who knew there was a CLUELESS prequel?

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  35. Tales from the hood
    "Hey Clarence, can you go alittle bigger?"

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  36. The Wolf Man (1941, dir. George Waggner)

    A towering classic, but still somehow underrated.

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  37. Cujo(1983) This is one bat shit crazy dog.

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  38. The Burbs(1989) Not a beautiful day in the neighborhood

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  39. Tales from the Hood 2 (2018)

    Why you gonna refry some beans, man?

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  40. Satan’s Little Helper (2004)

    Sadistic, psycho-Satan silently switches sweethearts swimmingly.

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  41. Death Spa w/ commentary (1989)

    Asparagus is now on my grocery list

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  42. Mom and Dad (2017)

    Nothing's working, then Lance Henriksen arrives. ...Kaboom!

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  43. Tourist Trap (1979)

    Unexpected: everyone goes home in the end

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  44. Blood Fest (2018)

    Faux-Cabin in the Woods really entertains

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  45. The Head (Die Nackte und der Satan) (1959, dir. Victor Trivas)

    You've a good head on her shoulders.

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  46. Grave (2016)

    Jacques, gnaw me like your French girls

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  47. Day of the Dead (1985)
    Too late, Frankenstein, Alicia's already hung up

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  48. Sole Survivor (1984)

    Final Destination owes these guys some money.

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  49. Tales from the Hood 2 (2018, dir. Rusty Cundieff/Darin Scott)
    Golly. More Creepshow 3 than Creepshow 2.

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  50. Jigsaw (2017)

    Everyone's dying to join Jigsaw's internship program.

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  51. Witchboard (1986)

    Tawny Kitaen tries fingering a Ouija Board.

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  52. Director's Cut (2016)

    Teller is also on the commentary track.

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  53. THEY (aka WES CRAVEN PRESENTS: THEY)

    Even Ethan Embry can't save this one.

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  54. Drag Me to Hell (2009)
    AKA: How to get ahead in banking.

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  55. Guzoo: The Thing Forsaken by God – Part I (1986)

    Spoiler alert: there's no part 2. Bummer.

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  56. Death Spa (1989)

    First review. How many words again? Damn ...

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  57. House of Wax (1953, dir. Andre de Toth)
    Vincent Price gets penalty for face masking.

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  58. The Murder Secret a.k.a Don't Be Afraid of Aunt Martha a.k.a Non aver paura della zia Marta (1988)

    Jessica Moore's shower death > Janet Leigh's.

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  59. Intruders (2015)

    Leverage's Parker has a freaky killer basement

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  60. The Lost Boys (1987)

    Holy shit, dog drop kicked a vampire!

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  61. Pet (2016)
    How much space does that clinic rent?

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  62. Terrifier (2010)

    Take IT, then remove everything that works.

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  63. Death Spa

    "Wait, THAT'S why we wired the showers?!"

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  64. The Thing (2011 - Matthijs van Heijningen Jr.)
    More budget, more loss. Learn from that!

    The Babysitter (2017 - McG)
    I hope Netflix Horror will become better.

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  65. Dracula (1931)

    Spiders and .....Possums...
    and......armadillos??
    Oh my?

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  66. The Ritual (2017)
    Good, monster less scary than Swedish Chef.

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  67. Basket Case (1982)

    No shrinks analyzing dreams as was promised.

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  68. Kolchak: The Night Stalker Episode 1

    The Ripper's shoes are eternal, too. Spooky.

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  69. No One Lives (2012)
    Hey Apocalypse Now homa-yyy god nice ass

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  70. The Amityvillle Horror (1979)

    Even without Superman Lois Lane kicks ass

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  71. Cabin in the woods (2012)

    Next floor certain death awaits you all.

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  72. An American Werewolf in Paris (1997)

    "Del Paxton? He werewolfed with Larry Talbot!"

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  73. Disconnected (1984)

    Just unplug the damn phone already please.

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  74. The Vampire Lovers (1970)

    Ingrid Pitt gets very naughty and bitey

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  75. Halloween II (2009 - Rob Zombie)

    Mama Myers manages main man Michael's murders.

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  76. Drag Me to Hell (2009)

    Grandma is all gums when we kiss.

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  77. Terrifier (2018)
    "Joaquin Phoenix's new Joker is fucking brutal!"

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  78. Tales from the Crypt (1972)

    The Crypt Keeper looks so alive here.

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  79. A Nightmare On Elm Street (1984)

    You forgot her SECRET coffee machine, wino.

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  80. Society (1989)

    What's with the asses in the front?

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  81. The Alpha Incident (1978)

    Martian bacteria nullified by cyanide laced host.

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  82. Terror Firmer (1999)

    One of the better nonToxie Troma films.

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  83. Redneck Zombies (1989)

    Toddler zombie is the cutest thing ever.

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  84. Dead and Buried (1981)
    Without irony, absolutely Jack Albertson's best role!

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  85. Beyond the Door III a.k.a Amok Train (1989)

    Decapitation by train that's possessed by Satan.

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  86. Long Weekend (1978)

    Awful Australians go on holiday by mistake.

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  88. Vampire's Kiss (1989):

    For those who found American Psycho bland.

    or

    Wait. Did they ever mail that contract?

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  89. Deathdream (1974) Dir. Bob Clark

    My son does not get that picture!

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  90. High Spirits (1988)

    Peter O'Toole stars in Lawrence of Buffoonery.

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  91. Teeth(2007) Must have missed this in health class.

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  92. The Devils Advocate(1997) Devil is hard of hearing....who knew?

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  93. Killer Workout (1987):

    Could have used more interstitial pelvis gyration.

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  94. It (2017)

    Can Drano get rid of demon clowns?

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  95. Killer Party (1986)

    Murder by trident well before Brick Tamland.

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  96. Terrifier (2018)
    In my best Bromley voice: "It's fine"

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  97. The Night Stalker (1972)

    Loan sharks not the only Vegas bloodsuckers

    OR: Character actor paradise: Oakland, Akins, Linley, Meeker...

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  98. M.F.A. (2017)

    No Revenge but Francesca Eastwood is amazing

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  99. Kolchak: The Night Stalker Episode 2

    Politely decline refreshments from voodoo madam hostesses.

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  100. Hell Fest (2018, dir. Gregory Plotkin)

    Can we make "Brundlefly'd" a popular term?

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  101. Scream 2

    The sequel really isn’t ever as good.

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  102. Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995)

    Rudd talkin’ about druids gets me hot.

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  103. Hell Fest

    Is murder included with the VIP experience?

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    1. The real villain is Gavin for getting those specific tickets. He needed an extreme haunt.

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  104. Vampire’s Kiss (1988)

    Peter signed Alva up for Running Man.

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  105. The Last House on the Left (1972) (Arrow - Unrated Cut)

    Some reviews from the Special Republican Edition:

    "Nostalgic trip down Memory Lane" - Brett Kavanaugh

    "Boys will be boys!" - Typical Trump Voter

    "Both sides' stories seem credible." - Some Asshole

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  106. Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    God damn it, Judy. God damn it.

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  107. Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth (1992, dir Anthony Hickox)
    Horror's dream team: Dax and Mrs. Nucci.

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  108. The Exorcist (1973)
    Medical observation procedures scarier than being possessed.

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  109. Scary Movie Challenge Day II (2018, dir Patrick Bromely)

    110 on DAY 2?

    Great, more work.

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  110. The Blair Witch Project (1999)

    So much tension from so little action.

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  111. Halloween III: Season of the Witch

    Orange Blood Sugar Atkins’ ‘Stache Sex Magik

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  112. The Blair Witch Project (1999)

    Before irony (good) and Google Maps (bad)

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  113. The Stepfather (1987) Dir. Joseph Ruben

    So 80s my TV grew a mullet.

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

    A horror film with a Bond villain.

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  115. The Wicker Man (1975)

    Why I'm super scared of rural villages.

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  116. Mirrors (2008, dir. Alexandre Aja)

    Is this gonna be the year, Patrick?

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  117. And Now the Screaming Starts! (1973)

    Weren’t they just red in the face.

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  118. The Sublet (2015)

    Exactly what lawyers do on maternity leave!

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  119. A Quiet Place (2018)

    [SEES ONE]

    "It looks like Cloverfield!"

    [DIES]

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  120. A Nightmare On Elm Street (1984)

    Scariest part: hall monitor with Freddy voice.

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  121. The Curse of the Werewolf (1961, dir. Terence Fisher)

    Scary story! Kid transforms into Oliver Reed.

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  122. The VVitch (2015)

    Cautionary tale about perils of corn mold.

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  123. The Lost Boys (1987)

    Santa Carla: Mullet Capitol of the World

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

    Gobots-grade Shape in Tranformers-grade sequel.

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  125. Resident Evil (2002)

    Wait... I didn't order macho man tartare!

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  126. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941)

    Ingrid Bergman steals the show as Ivy.

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  127. Murder Party (2007)
    Ugh. Another party ruined by Macon Blair.

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  128. The Terror Within (1989)

    When Alien's alien's played by Rawhead Rex.

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  129. Event Horizon (1997)
    The Matrix stole that airlock jump catch.

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  130. The Amityville Horror (1979)
    True evil is stealing a library book.

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  131. The Ritual (2018)

    Where are Robert Redford and Nick Nolte?

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