Monday, October 22, 2018

2018 Scary Movie Challenge Day 22


111 comments:

  1. Wes Craven's A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (1984, 91 min.) on DVD.

    Freddy beaten by Nancy's Acme Tools kit.

    or

    #Junesploitation patron saint John Saxon strikes again!

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  2. 1408 (2007)

    Half the budget spent on Jackson's f-bomb

    or

    The wifi password is "1408 is lit."

    or

    Let's make room 237 an entire movie.

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  3. [REC] (2007, 78 min.) on Hulu for the first time.

    Apartment-bound, virus-stricken Spaniards snap... tonight at 10!

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  4. Boris Karloff in BEFORE I HANG (1940, 62 min.) on Amazon Prime for the first time.

    Even legends had to make mortgage payments.

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  5. Phantasm IV: Oblivion (1998, dir. Don Coscarelli)

    Mike grew nicely into that Richard-E.-Grant look.

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  6. John R. Leonetti's WOLVES AT THE DOOR (2017, 78 min.) on HBOGo for the first time.

    Manson murders as "artsy" home invasion slasher.

    or

    Hope Polanski's assistant deletes this from DVR.

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  7. The Beyond (1981, Dir. Lucio Fulci)

    Fulci shouting at spiders: "Eat slower. SLOWER!"

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  8. American Mary (2012)

    But I thought women didn’t direct horror.

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  9. Eaten Alive (1976)

    The scythe looks rather fiddly to wield.

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  10. Mandy (2018)

    Hallucinogenic gloop: a dish best served cold

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  11. Puppet Master (1989)

    They’re not dolls. They’re evil action puppets.

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  12. Puppet master II (1990)

    They always taken advantage of the puppets.

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  13. Asylum (1972)

    Peter Cushing is a terrible Fairy Godmother

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    1. And

      Though still awesome in every other respect

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  14. Halloween (1978)
    My first time, I'm 39 (I know, I know...)
    Couldn't possibly live up to the hype.

    After

    I'm almost forty! Why am I shaking?!?

    The Howling (1981)

    THE. DOOR'S. RIGHT. THERE. Run, Karen! RUN!
    or
    Animated werewolf sex. Ralph Bakshi's The Howling?

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  15. LORD OF ILLUSIONS (1995)

    Those are the scariest polygons ever seen.

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  16. THE HOWLING (1981)

    I forgot Tom Atkins was in this?

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  17. SILENT HILL (2006)

    Even after podcast...still a little confusing.

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  18. Prince of Darkness (1987, dir. John Carpenter)

    Stalking can be an effective dating tactic!

    Or

    Jesus was a Race Car Driver Scientist?

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  19. HALLOWEEN (2018)

    Judy Greer...will you be my mom?

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  20. THE STRANGERS: PREY AT NIGHT (2018)

    I guess she lost her British accent.

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  21. Suspiria (1977, dir. Dario Argento)

    New band name – Maggots In The Attic

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  22. Phantasm II (1988)

    I'm lucky! You're lucky! Reggie Bannister's lucky!

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  23. The Void (2016)
    unknown horrors in eighties practical effects homage

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  24. Child's Play (1988)

    Another reason why commercialization is literally evil.

    Side bar: This first half of this movie before Chucky becomes animated is incredibly unnerving. Out of all the horror movies I've watched lately, this is the only one that got to me at times. It holds up pretty well but unfortunately I remember just how bad Bride of Chucky is.

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  25. Blackenstein (1973)

    Forehead requirements confirmed by screen actor’s guild.

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  26. God Told Me To (1976)

    You want me to put what where?

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  27. The Asphyx (1972)

    Father-in-law creates first snuff film.

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    1. I've lost online female friends because of me recommending them this film, then they get extremely upset that Christina decides to humor Cunningham by putting her neck on the line. :-(

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  28. Scream and Scream Again (1970)

    It's more like What?! and What?! Again.

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  29. Abbott & Costello meet Frankenstein (1948)

    Oh Chic... CHIC ..... You can have Mary

    From Mickey from Michigan

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  30. Satan's Little Helper (2004)

    Fact: The perfect Hill House Hangover Cure!

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  31. The Invitation (2016, dir. Karyn Kusama)

    The Red Lantern Corps sure is persuasive.

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  32. Night of the Comet (1984)

    We could use one of those comets.

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  33. Taste the Blood of Dracula (1970, dir. Peter Sasdy)

    Just watched. Don't know how Dracula died.

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  34. Popcorn (1991)

    Phantom of the Megaplex meets Tourist Trap

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  35. Silent Hill (2006, dir. Christophe Gans)

    Only one way to skin a cultist

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  36. The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

    Suggesting someone eats fava beans too disturbing.

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  37. Halloween (1978)

    Ghost costume AND mask? Michael’s a hack.

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  38. Halloween (2018)

    Gas station bathrooms now even less appealing.

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  39. The Haunting of Hill House (2018)

    Death house no match for family reconciliation.

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

    Lack of Jason compensated with extra Fun!

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  41. The Halloween Tree (1993)

    Pip must be pretty cool, appendicitis notwithstanding.

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  42. Mad Monster Party? (1967)

    Does the title expect us to know?

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  43. NIGHT OF THE DEMONS (1988)

    So that's where you store your lipstick.

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  44. The Fly (1986, dir. David Cronenberg)

    What’s worse than no ears? Back hair

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  45. My Boyfriend's Back (1993)
    "Read this to plug our new episode"

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  46. Mayhem (2017)

    More like Meh-hem; bad workplace, bad movie.

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  47. The Clonus Horror a.k.a Parts (1979) (first time watch)

    Just clone Paulette Breen over and over.

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  48. It Follows (2014)

    Were those happy tissues or sad tissues?

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  49. Child's Play (1988)

    Liked the movie, LOVED Karen's Chicago apartment

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  50. The Witch in the Window (2018)

    That's one heck of a nice view

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  51. Hatchet (2006)

    If only the movie had some gore.

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  52. Hatchet II (2010)

    Mark Jones would love directing Danielle Harris.

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  53. Unfriended: Dark Web (2018)

    Just restart your computer. That usually works.

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  54. Silent Hill: Revelation (2012):

    Even I can admit this one blows.

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  55. HOWLING II: YOUR SISTER IS A WEREWOLF
    aka HOWLING II: STIRBA-WEREWOLF BITCH (1985)

    New Wave Christopher Lee=BEST...ROLE...EVER!

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  56. Triangle (2009)

    Seagulls always looking for a free lunch

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  57. Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead (1994)

    Can we agree that Rocky's the best?

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  58. Salem's Lot (1979)

    Antiques dealer harassed by uncultured New Englanders.

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  60. Sorority House Massacre (1986) Dir. Carol Frank

    Special skills include: surfing, organizing and hypnotherapy!

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  61. Demon Seed

    "Alexa! How do lobotomies and pregnancy work?"

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  62. 14 Cameras (2018)

    ...featuring cinema's most capable, entrepeneurial mouth breather...

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  63. The Dark (2018)

    Wow. Amazingly impressive debut. Loved this one!

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  64. Halloween (2018) 2nd watch.

    I got peanut butter on my penis

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  65. Halloween H20: Abandoned CW pilot turned into Halloween sequel.

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    1. Oh my gosh I literally laughed out loud. I seriously hope this one gets readnon air because that’s exactly what this movie is like.

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  66. The Brood (1979)
    More like Village of These Damned Kids

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  67. Drive In Massacre (1976)

    Cheap movies, cheap snacks, beheadings are free!

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    1. I recently watched the film at a drive-in. The setting made the film more enjoyable than it probably would have been seeing it at home.

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  68. Halloween (1978)

    Should babysitters be on phone this much?

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  69. Carrie (1976)

    Girls are mean and Mama has issues.

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  70. Phantasm IV: Oblivion (1998)

    Actually paying off stuff foreshadowed in 1979.

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  71. Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)

    Vlad the Impaler? Ouch, that really hurts!

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  72. Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998)

    The one where Laurie works full-time.

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  73. The Skeleton Key

    Instead of “GET OUT” it’s “GET IN”

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  74. Salem's Lot (1979)

    Bonnie Bedelia's vampire eyes: worth the wait.

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  75. Halloween (2018)

    Dr. Loomis isn’t the worst psychiatrist anymore.

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  76. Final Destination 3 (2006)

    The tanning bed scene is cinematic greatness.

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  77. Sometimes They Come Back (1991)

    Greasers, New England, I’m with the King.

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  78. The House That Dripped Blood (1970)

    There’s always one house in a neighborhood

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  79. It Comes at Night (2017)

    The Thing minus the budget and effects.

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  80. Halloween (1978):

    Man, the sex just goes on FOREVER.

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    1. How many times do you think we are going to have to explain in 10 years what his taking the phone off the hook does?

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  81. Phantasm: Ravager (2016)

    CGI not as bad as everyone says.

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  82. Caltiki, the Immortal Monster (1959)
    Monster attacking? No bullets? Try shaking gun!

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  83. Asylum (1972)
    Will the real Starr please stand up.

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  84. Horror Express (1972)
    If Cushing and Lee board train, don't!

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  85. Sleepaway Camp (1983)

    Definitely a controversial Salute Your Shorts episode

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  86. Hell House LLC

    I have been to worse opening nights.

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  87. The House of the Devil (2009)
    Extra anchovies or not, someone's getting pregnant.

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  88. The Changeling (1980)

    George C. Scott yells at a house.

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  89. Urban Legend (1998)

    Despite hating everything, Mikey liked Urban Legend

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  90. SON OF FRANKENSTEIN (1939)

    See, you can never trust a Frankenstein.
    Or
    Lugosi steals show. All downhill from here.

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  91. Seven in Heaven (2018)
    More like 94 minutes in slumber.

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  92. ParaNorman (2012)

    Puritan zombies struggle to clear their throats.

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  93. Evil Dead II (1987)

    Appreciate the intensity, Annie, but read faster.

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  94. Scars of Dracula (1970, dir. Roy Ward Baker)

    Biggest Shock: Dracula can hold a conversation.

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  96. Die Marianne, Screaming (1971)

    Wait, this ISN’T the Leonard Cohen tune

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  97. Island of Death (1976)

    Man seeks G.O.A.T. status, falls for goat.

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  98. Halloween H20 (1998 Steve Miner)

    Halloween H20 and the shape of water

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  99. Halloween (2018)
    *spoilers below






    So now they kill kids in these?

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