Tuesday, October 30, 2018

2018 Scary Movie Challenge Day 30


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  1. Scanners (1981)

    Watched for head explosion, stayed for synth

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    Horror movies: Making shit up about computers

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    Can Twitter's nervous system be scanned away?

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  2. THE EXORCIST 2: THE HERETIC (1977, dir. John Boorman)

    The power of Pazuzu compels you...watch.
    Or
    Not a big surprise after seeing Zardoz.

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    1. When, oh when will Patrick humor me and JB and make this a #SMM commentary track viewing? It's just begging for one! :-)

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    2. While it fails as an Exorcist sequel, it is an interesting film. I have a lot of thoughts about it.

      The way that Boorman used the characters and story of The Exorcist for his own purposes reminds of Val Lewton fooling the RKO executives about CURSE OF THE CAT PEOPLE. I doubt Exorcist 2 was the film Warner Brothers was expecting.

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  3. Philippe Mora's HOWLING II:... YOUR SISTER IS A WEREWOLF (1985, 81 min.) on Amazon Prime with Patrick Bromley & Heather Wixson's FTM Commentary Track.

    Heather's favorite movie? "Horror Chick" moniker revoked!

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    Christopher Lee = skyscraper. Reb Brown = sewer. BOOBS!

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  4. Tobe Hooper's INVADERS FROM MARS (1986, 100 min.) on Amazon Prime with Patrick Bromley's FTM Commentary Track.

    RIP James Karen. Say "Hi" to Tobe.

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    Nurse Ratchet swallowed my spirit animal, nooo!

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  5. Lawrence Kasdan's DREAMCATCHER (2003, 134 min.) on Netflix Instant for the first time.

    Alien invasion movie interrupts explosive diarrhea commercial.

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    "Dogma's" Shit Demon was more realistic. SNOOCH!

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  7. The Chase (2017):
    Serial Killer Slowly Kills Senile Koreans, Fun!

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  8. Evil Dead (2013)

    Missed opportunity to play Slayer’s Raining Blood

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  9. Vamp (1986)

    What happened to the sexy hot vampires?

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  10. Evil Dead (2013)

    Missed opportunity to play Slayer’s Raining Blood

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  11. Vamp (1986)

    What happened to the sexy hot vampires?

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  12. Ghostbusters 2 (1989)
    "So Dan Akyroyd definitly fucked that toaster?"

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    1. I thought it was Egon who suggested he slept with it.

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    2. Oh Akyroyd was eyeing that shiny sucubus up the whole time they were shooting. Completely wasted on his bathtub vodka! Now that I think about it, Akyroyd and Murray probably Eiffel Tower'd that toaster!

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  13. Phantasm: Ravager (2016, dir. David Hartman)

    Would make good double with Bubba Ho-Tep.

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  14. The Howling (1981)

    Coulda been better, no space skeletons hurts

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  15. Lady Death (2004)

    Prepare for war! Don your battle bikini!

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  16. Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971)

    Witches, Nazis, bratty kids equals horror movie.

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  17. Hocus Pocus (1993)

    Is Sarah Jessica Parker just playing herself?

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  18. Rob Zombie's Halloween II (2009)

    2018 didn't ignore this sequel at all

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  19. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978, Dir. Philip Kaufman)

    Donald, that moustache is a real scream.

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  20. The Funhouse (1981)

    We should've just gone to the movies.

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    1. And then stayed in the movie theater ALL NIGHT.

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  21. The Invisible Man (1933, dir. James Whale)

    Movie's flaws are INVISIBLE.

    *Holds for laughter*

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  22. Tales of Halloween (2015)

    Town has one TV and radio station.

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  23. City of the Living Dead (1980)

    Mouth stuff really made me gag stuff

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  24. Black Sabbath (1963)

    Some Bava scenes with a nice chianti

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  25. Innocent Blood (1992)
    Vampire Don Rickles, scariest thing this month.

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  26. Psycho (1960)

    Now with no Vince Vaughn jerking off

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  27. Bad Moon (1996)

    Bad effects, bad acting, bad script, badass!

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  28. KING KONG (1933)--With the Ronald Haver commentary as suggested by JB!

    Krazy, kool, kompletely killer, King Kong kommentary!

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  29. Ravenous (1999)

    Fuck, Robert Carlyle is good in this.

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  30. Dawn of the Dead (2004)

    They said it was fine. It was.

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  31. Scary Movie (2000)

    Not really horror. More like psychological thriller.

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  32. Housebound (2014)

    PSA asks Kiwis to improve dental hygiene

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  33. House on Haunted Hill (1999)

    Why can’t houses and hills get along.

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  34. The Ninth Gate (1999)

    Depp really gets screwed by the devil.

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  35. Bad Moon (1996)

    Those dang Amazonian werewolves are real cockblockers

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    Uincle Ted, Thor, a real handsome Pare.

    Or

    Did Mariel's dad Earnest write this? Yes.

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  36. Screamers (1995)

    Tremors meets The Thing meets Aliens. Neat.

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  37. Bad Moon (1996) Middle

    Seems like this situation's gonna get...hairy.

    Hemingway's single mom fashion off the chain.

    Bad Moon? Don't blame the moon. Jeez.

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  38. Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954, Jack Arnold)

    #ScaryMovieMonth highlight: Julie Adams swimming in 3D.

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  39. Bad Moon (1996) Minute 47

    Those are Michael Pare's real journals, right?

    James Rebhorn + Xander Berkley = conman salesman guy

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  40. Bad Moon (1996) Minute 58

    Terrific corner of eye acting by Pare.

    Also not first doghouse he's pissed on

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  41. Late Phases (2014)

    .... could never stomach all the damn werewolves

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  42. Hellions (2015)

    Is it a review or dream sequence?

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  43. Bad Moon (1996) Conclusion

    Thor's got my vote for the Avengers

    Mariel Hemingway's eyebrows deserve their own credit

    Best watched slow sipping some afternoon bourbon

    Bad Moon. Good dog. Great fuckin movie

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  44. Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (2010)

    Hospital scene warms you heart and soul.

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  45. Hatchet III (2013)

    Heads crushed by foot outnumber any hatchetings.

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  46. Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990)

    Maybe blasphemous, but I kinda prefer this...

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  47. Hocus Pocus (1993)

    Me am to Monster Squad, as Wife...

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  48. City of the Living Dead (1980)
    Y’all, Fulci is fuccccccckkked uuuuuuuppp

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  49. Re-animator (1985 Stuart Gordon)

    The real dangers of drinking Mountain Dew

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  50. Terrifier (2017)

    Pennywise would have nightmares about this clown.

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  51. Sinister (2012)

    Cautionary tale for writers getting into film.

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  52. Friday the 13th (1980)

    One degree of separation for Kevin Bacon

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  53. Urban Legend (1998)

    Jared Leto less embarrassed by Suicide Squad.

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

    Funny, she doesn't look druish to me

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  56. Creepshow (1982)
    "Get Bernie Sanders his goddamn cake Bedeila!"

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  57. It’s the Great pumpkin Charie Brown
    Best Halloween movie/special ever made.

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  58. John Carpenter’s Vampires (1998)

    I think I prefer Ghosts of Mars.

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  59. Basket Case (1982)

    Want sitcom spinoff titled "That's Our Belial."

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  60. The Midnight Hour (1986)

    How Soon Is Now slow-mo wine orgasm.

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  61. Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth (1992)

    We have such CD's to show you.

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  62. IT (2018)

    Sound mixing, when inter-dimensional clowns aren't enough.

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  63. Pet Sematary (1989)

    Third time is gonna be the charm.

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  64. The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (2018)

    Season Two: She's crazy, now Emma Roberts.

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  65. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) Dir. Wes Craven

    Giant cat or tiny trolley? VOTE NOW!

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  66. I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998)

    Julie James your boyfriend is a Prince.

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  67. Mandy (2018)

    Hasn't everyone had a bathroom vodka breakdown?

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  68. 14 Cameras (2018)

    Men as gross on inside as outside

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  69. Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)

    "Paper or plastic, sir?" Jason chooses burlap.

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  70. John Carpenter's The Fog:

    Priest dies with renewed faith in leper pirates.

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  72. John Carpenter's In the Mouth of Madness:

    Trust me: funnier the second time around.

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  73. Bram Stoker's Dracula:

    Played side-boob drinking game, awoke in hospital.

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  74. Return of the Living Dead, Part II (1988)

    Embrace the comedy, don't OVER EMBRACE it.

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  76. Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)

    *Dean Wormer voice* "Damn you Klown House!!!"

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    Patrick's right, that Dickies track really slaps

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    Hey Vern, these Trolls look familiar, knowwhatImean?

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  77. Basket Case 3 (1991)

    A bonkers mess that should be seen.

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  78. Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954)

    Lucas delivers the final blow. Yeah, Lucas!

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  79. Scream 3

    Not great, but better than its reputation.

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  80. The Witch (2015)

    Then God said to Abraham,"chop wood!"

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  81. Black Christmas (1974)

    Really impressed by this one, great camerawork!

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  82. Wasp Woman (1959)

    Film’s Motto: Death where is thy sting?

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    1. Wrote about this with Jerem and Brett a while back: http://www.outsidetheframe.co.uk/?p=536

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  83. Q The Winged Serpent

    I wonder what winged serpent tastes like.

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  84. Bride of Frankenstein (1935, dir. James Whale)

    Whale: The best filmmaker of the 1930's.

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  85. The Crow (1994)

    Annual watch. Breaks my heart every time.

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  86. Motel Hell (1980)

    ...never ask how the sausage is made...

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  87. Curtains (1983)

    The cover art is much more entertaining

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  88. Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993) - SPOILER ALERT

    Exactly when did Jason discover his sister?

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  89. The Old Dark House (1932, dir. James Whale)

    Five out of five potatoes, would recommend.

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  90. The Orphanage (2007):
    Buffy episode, Malevolent, This. Orphans gotta spook.

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  91. Fright Night (1985):
    Dear self: watch Fright Night more often.

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  92. Shutter (2008):
    A whole new level of relationship counciling.

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  93. Tremors (1990):
    It's my comfy blanky and my pajamas.

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