Wednesday, October 3, 2018

2018 Scary Movie Challenge Day 3


132 comments:

  1. DEATH SPA (1989, 89 min.) on Amazon Rental (same HD transfer of Arrow Blu-ray) for the first time.

    Most Troma movie that Troma never made.

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    Pretorius's pituitary gland doubles as delicious asparagus.

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  2. Dario Argento's SUSPIRIA: 4K RESTORATION (1977/2017, 92 min.) at New York's IFC Center for the first time.

    "I wanted GUMMY bears, not GOOEY worms!"

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  3. LIZZIE (2018, 106 min.) in theaters for the first time.

    "Mary Reilly" with topless, ax-wielding hot chicks.

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  4. The hills have eyes (1977) Aka Slagterbanden

    Juicy baby fat. The Breakfast for champions.

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  5. The ills have eyes – Part II (1984)

    Even the damn dog has a flashback

    Or

    The following film is based on fact!?!

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  6. The Void (2016, Dirs. Jeremy Gillespie & Steven Kostanski)

    All newborns look the same to me.

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  7. Carnival of Souls (1962)

    Thirsty guys are creepier than organ music.

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  8. Mom and Dad (2018)
    "Needs less infanticide and more hokey pokey."

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  9. Invaders From Mars (1986)

    And it was all a... oh, wait...

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  10. Holidays (2016)

    Anthology and the Wasp with no sting.

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  11. MONKEY SHINES (1988)

    Best car accident scene ever...hands down.

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  12. THE MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN (2008)

    Man I wish this had practical effects.

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  13. Child's Play (1988)

    (Doll) kids are so profane these days.

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  14. Sinister 2 (2015)

    Disappointing sequel is just So and So

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  15. The Devil's Candy

    Spoiler: it's not sugar-free gummy bears

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  16. Nightmare Beach (1988)

    Those Summer Dollars taken to inordinate degree

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      The Exterminator doesn't approve of Spring Break

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  17. Mad Ron’s Previews from Hell (1987)

    Great trailers, but skip the ventriloquist act.

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  18. Tales of Halloween (2015)

    Cartoon sound effects punctuate Bostwick's satanic silliness.

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  19. I Am Not A Serial Killer (2016)

    Panda-faced psychopath pursues alien organ thief.

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  20. Creepshow (1982)

    Hal Holbrook delights as emasculated house husband

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  21. PHANTASM (1979)

    Thank goodness the Jawas found another gig!

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  22. Dracula Reborn (2012)

    Dracula starring a Party City Udo Kier

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  23. It Follows (2014)

    Murderous old lady pees herself en route.

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  24. Zombie (1979)

    TOPLESS SCUBADIVE!!!
    Oh...and zombie versus shark.

    Cannibalistic Caribbean Corpses Consume Chliched Character Cadre.

    Dead Deviants Devour Dubiously Dubbed Damsels, Dudes.

    Fulci films flatlined fiend fighting fanged fish.

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  25. Head (2015 & 2018)

    Low-budget puppet slasher(with puppet boobs).

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  26. The Ritual (2017)

    Why didn't Rafe Spall open the Bifrost?

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  27. Death Bed: The Bed That Eats (1977)
    A Charlie Kaufman nightmare brought to life.

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  28. A Nightmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988)

    Way less one-liners than I anticipated

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  29. Puppet Master (1989)

    Definitely the most aesthetically unpleasant movie yet

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  30. Pay the Ghost (2015)

    Netlix random pick- chill Cage, Ghost witch.

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  31. Hold the Dark (2018)

    Meekus post-explosion in lesser version of Wind River.

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  32. Harbinger Down (2015)

    Subscribe to the StudioADI YouTube channel instead

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  33. Tromeo and Juliet (1996)

    Did the Disney execs even watch this?

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  34. Crimson Peak (2015)

    A sanguine tale?

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  35. Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989, dir. Dominique Othenin-Girard)
    I know Rachel. Tina is no Rachel.

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  36. The Editor (2014, dir. Adam Brooks & Matthew Kennedy) A gift for lovers of Italian horror.

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    1. Need to revisit. Was super let down on first watch cause of how "jokey" it was.

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  37. Hellraiser (1986)

    Uncle in a box. Some assembly required.

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  38. The Mutilator 1984
    goofy kids, perky tits, pointy sticks, recommended!

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  39. Mom (1991)
    "Get off my victims....um, my lawn!!"

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  40. Little Evil (2017, dir. Eli Craig)

    How did Mark Jones not direct this?

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  41. SUSPIRIA (1977)

    Blue, red, and green. Such beautiful colors.
    Or
    Suzy walks out into strange music land.

    THE CHURCH (1989)

    Like other Italian horror, a strong beginning.
    Or
    Who knew cathedral builders were such engineers?

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  42. Sorority Row (2009)
    A universe where rotting corpses don't smell.

    or

    Hell, I want to kill these c**ts....

    or

    "Yeah, we're a 'remake'! See? The Cane!"

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  43. Friday the 13th (2009)

    Scariest moment for me: Trent's dialogue. Stupendous.

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  44. Lust for a Vampire (1971)

    No pity for this Ingrid Pitt-less film

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  45. Fear (1990)

    It's mostly psychic Ally Sheedy describing stuff.

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  46. Red (2008)

    Brian Cox should go all Hannibal Lecter.

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  47. The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016)

    She really could get some more sunshine.

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    Gore? Nudity? Great! Was the cat necessary?

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  48. The Sentinel (1977)

    Slice! Got your nose! Got your nose!

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  49. Tales From the Hood 2 (2018)

    Gee, sure didn't see that ending coming.

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  50. It Follows (2014)

    Maybe try telling it to smile more?

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  51. Pyewacket (2017, dir. Adam MacDonald)
    Here's why I never trust forest demons.

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  52. The Purge: Election Year (2016)

    Hot politicians are always the good ones

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  53. Simon, King of the Witches (1971)

    Warlock stymied by flooding, finances, and bureaucracy.

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  54. Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983)

    Say "Autumn people" because "carnies" is offensive.

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  55. Tragedy Girls (2017)

    Friends that slay together, stay together #likeandfavorite

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  56. Night of the Lepus (1972)

    Well, JB did try to warn me.

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  57. DIARY OF A MADMAN (1963)

    Tormented Vincent Price, beautiful Technicolor, red paint.
    Or
    More drama than horror, might disappoint some.

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  58. Haunters: The Art of the Scare (2017)

    Alternate Title: Portrait of Marriages in Trouble.

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  59. Hatchet (2006)

    Notorious hatchet killer crushes heads with hands.

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  60. Campfire Tales (1997)

    So, Are You Afraid of the Dark?

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  61. Outpost: Black Sun (2012)

    Forgot I watched this, and it's.... fine.

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  62. Shaun of the Dead (2004 - Edgar Wright)
    All you need is one loyal friend.

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  63. Nightbeast (1982):

    Rural municipality doesn't observe 180 degree rule.

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  64. The Soultangler (1987)

    Wait...I was told drugs were awesome.

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  65. The Nun (2018)

    Sister's pissed....and having nun of it.

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  66. X Ray a/k/a Hospital Massacre, Ward 13 & Be My Valentine...or ELSE (1981)
    Zero exposition or Comet TV hatchet job?

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  67. Yamamoto Eri becomes Recoverability Zero (2016)

    Slow buildup to last minute fetus devouring.

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  68. Child's Play (1988)
    My Buddy dolls were just as creepy

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  69. The Strangers (2008)

    "Because you were home" is creepiness everlasting.

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  70. Pet Sematary (1989)

    Ayuh, mostly just a doctor dad digging.

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  71. The Wolf Man (1941)

    Hey, they forgot to iron the sky!

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  72. The Cleanse (2018)
    "Johnny Galecki berths then kills Roseanne Barr."

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  73. Cheerleader Camp (1987)

    Social Justice Warriors Video Nasties film #39.

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  74. House on Haunted Hill (1999)

    More an Indecent Proposal reimagining than horror.

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  75. Creepshow (1982)

    Upson Pratt must have swallowed some Stonehenge.

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  76. Terrifier (2017)

    Hey, where's Hank Dolworth and Britt Pollack?

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  77. Tourist Trap (1979)

    Do you like the crackers? I do!

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  78. Hell Fest (2018)

    I want a sequel, Lost In Italy.

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  79. Ghosthouse aka La Casa 3 (1988)

    This clown keeps trying to touch me.

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    1. Love this one and the entire La Casa series .

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  80. The Town That Dreaded Sundown (1976)
    More bad notes than Zodiac. *sad trombone*

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  81. Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983)


    Thank the good lord for Joe Dante.

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  82. Little Evil (2017)
    Great cast, good premise, but bad script.

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  83. Haunters: The Art of the Scare (2017)

    These people are in jail now, right?

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  84. Slither (2006)
    Tentacle weiners more disturbing today than ever.

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  85. Devil (2010):
    Four faced one...
    And there were none.

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  86. The Purge (2013):
    Campaign against legality of painted smiles today!

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  87. Darkness Falls (2003)

    Tooth fairy terrorizes teen in tiny town

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  88. The Void (2016)
    Who says that all babies are precious?

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  89. DeepStar Six (1989)

    Ineptitude, not creature, is the true killer.

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  90. Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)

    This Dracula feasts on ham and cheese.

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

    "I'm envious of director's name!" - Mark Jones

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  92. Rush Week (1989)

    Examining the psychology of horror... DUDE, KEGGER!!!

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  93. Blood Feast (1963)

    For Sale: Arrow Blood Feast blu-ray - cheap!

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  94. Mom and Dad

    Count Chocula can make any movie enjoyable.

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  95. The Howling (1981)

    Wolf brand chili, it's a real thing!

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  96. PRACTICAL MAGIC.

    Love conquers all. Except being an asshole.

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  97. Drag Me to Hell (2009)

    Dammit Milos, you had one friggin job!

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  98. Creep (2014)

    Really creepy thing? Those are all Betamax.

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  99. Goosebumps (2015) - The twist: everyone disappears for the sequel

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  100. The Phantom of the Opera (1925)

    Chaney out-acts entire cast while wearing MASK

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  101. Howling II: ... Your Sister Is a Werewolf (1985)
    Such big choices, such a tiny net

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  102. Sorority House Massacre (1986)
    It's Halloween but if John Carpenter sucked.

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  103. Ginger Snaps (2000)

    Lycanthropy: A Guide to Your Changing Body

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  104. The People Under the Stairs (1991)

    I uploaded my digital copy into Robo-Patriot.

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  105. Tales from the Hood 2 (2018)

    Only one tale is in the hood.

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  106. Hell House LLC II: The Abandoned Hotel (2018)

    No worries, this house has limited liability.

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  107. Nightmares (1983)

    Christina Raines is smoking hot…you know?
    or
    I see how Esteves got Maximum Overdrive.

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  108. Annihilation

    Should have brought a DNA-refracted pic-a-nic basket.

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  109. The Prowler (1981)
    80's slasher elevated by Savini gore effects.

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  110. Exorcist: The Beginning (2004, dir. Renny Harlin)

    "Let's get Harlin to Finnish the movie."

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    1. -golf clapping, Orson Welles standing up!- :-D

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  111. Massage Parlor Murders (1973)

    Vinegar Syndrome, so more massage than murder.

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  112. Ginger Snaps (2000): Female rage is really cathartic right now.

    Friday the 13th Part V: The best part: Heather and Patrick commentary.

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  113. What We Do in the Shadows (2014)

    Worst background noise movie ever. Demands attention.

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      Taika Waititi, national treasure? Nay, human treasure.

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  114. Hereditary (2018)
    More like Gabriel BURN, am i right?

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

    Only 3 channels? Just kill me now.

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  116. FINAL EXAM (1981):

    An empty garden with one succulent Radish.

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  117. Tales From The Crypt (1972)

    My latest art exhibition: ‘razor blade wall’

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  118. Psychomania (1973)

    Ghoulish gang goes gangbusters gallantly grinding gears.

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