Child's Play 2 (1990)When googly eyes meme goes too farorYardstick must be least threatening slasher weaponor"This isn't even my final form!" - Chucky
Beaten! #SMM '18 ruined for me! :'( :-P
Final day, last 24 hours of #SMM. Let's make it count, people!Luca Guadagnino's SUSPIRIA (2018, 152 min.) in theaters for the first time.Occasionally entertaining. Mostly up-its-own-ass highfalutin, unnecessary Argento remake.orTilda Swinton's Peter Sellers-topping dreams finally achieved.
Oops, "occasionally" and "entertaining" should have a hyphen between them. Otherwise it's an eight-word review instead of "seven." Sorry! :-O
BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER (1992, 86 min.) on Blu-ray for the first time.Donald Sutherland kicks butt, saves otherwise-mediocre flick.orEven in HS, Hilary Swank was androgynous.
Mark Steven Johnson's GHOST RIDER (2007, 104 min.) on Crackle for the first time. "Daredevil"-caliber bad, but Cage's having a ball.orEven peak Longoria can't redeem cinematic wreck.
Evilspeak (1981)Clint Howard plays the "Clint Howard" role.
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)Sadly, the word "bitch" is now cannon.
Dawn of the Dead (2004)Solidly okay movie remains solidly okay today.
Society (1989)Let’s shunt like we did last summer.
Nosferatu (1922)"Innocent maiden"? Hutter never checks that house?
Also...Orlock carries that coffin like The Tall Man
I have an annual Halloween gathering, usually mid month, and like to have something on the TV during. Last year, some friends with kids were over, so I put on Nosferatu (no gore, cursing, sex, etc)...it made their 6 year old cry. Murnau...still got it.
Hack O Lantern (1988)"Comedian" is proof that Satan still lives!
Critters 2: The Main Course (1988)Cheese burgers are just the superior foodOrThe Critters salad special actually looks appetizing
SEYTAN (1974) - Turkish rip-off of The ExorcistAs rip-offs go, it is extremely faithful. OrTubular Bells was played more in this.BLACK SUNDAY (1960, dir. Mario Bava)The birth of a star, Barbara Steele.OrMy loves and dislikes of Italian horror.*A personal note: There are many firsts associated with Black Sunday. Most importantly, it was my introduction to Mario Bava. It was also my first Netflix rental nine years ago and the first step in a long exploration of Italian horror. Revisiting it simultaneously took me back in time and reminded me of how much I have changed. I liked Black Sunday more this viewing, but it is far from being my favorite Bava film.
Trick 'r' Treat (2007)The perfect cherry to close out #ScaryMovieMonth
The Midnight Hour (1985) It’s not #ScaryMovieMonth without The Midnight Hour.
John Carpenter's The Fog (1980)Lighting campfires on April 20th? Blaze it.
Ginger Snaps (2000)Because Ginger actually snaps, no cookies involved.
Cat People (1942)I've totally been in this relationship before.
The Manitou (1978)Open the door, Tony Curtis in space.
The Funhouse (1981)My favorite first this month. Happy Halloween!
This is great to hear; maybe it'll be what I watch late tonight! Never seen it.
The Goonies (1985)It's scary because of all the screams
Unsane (2018)Insane in the membrane, insane... just insane.
Mayhem (2017)The Belko Experiment but with pink eye
Carnival of Souls (1962)The music by Gene Moore is so effective.
28 Days Later (2002)Fast zombies, tiny car, Cillian's dick, roadtrip!
Halloween (2018)Where's Admiral Ackbar when you need him?
Halloween (2018)Therapist playing dress-up on Halloween goes haywire.
April Fool's Day (1986)Better than I remembered. Pretty good tension.
The Funhouse (1981)Four greatest words: Directed by Tobe Hooper
Scream 3 (2000)Look at me...I'm Dempsey! With popcorn!
Wish Upon (2017)The world needs more evil Joey KingORWho puts a garbage disposal switch there!?
Zombie Holocaust (1982)A tribe that worships the Hurley brand.
Day of the Dead (1985) Even Locke wouldn’t wanna open this bunker.
New Nightmare (1994)Prank caller Freddy, a Scream dry run.
Creepshow (1982)Stephen King Chia Pet? I want one!
Dracula's Daughter (1936, dir. Lambert Hillyer)Can't tell if this is pro-lesbian...
Office 2015 (south korea)Female intern finds solution for glass ceiling.
Sole Survivor (1984)Final Destination and It Follows rip off.
Sleepy Hallow (1999)Hard to beat those hammer horror vibes.
Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth (1992, dir. Anthony Hickox)Jokey Freddy? Fine. Jokey Pinhead? HELL NO.
Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)Starring Tom Atkins and introducing Richard Cloth.
Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernun (2006)Sick sycho sickler sickles stupid silly sweethearts.
The Evil Dead (1981, dir. Sam Raimi)Pleasant surprise: local theater showed this tonight.
Halloween (2007)Should've cut 10 minutes of kid Michael
Last Shift (2014)Supernatural Assault on Precinct; tough first night.
Trick ‘r Treat (2007)If it ain’t broke don’t fix it.
Rasputin, The Mad Monk (1966)Chilling prequel to the animated film Anastasia.
The Phantom of the Opera (1962, dir. Terence Fisher)Bro, always mail yourself your opera first.
Sinister (2012)Would be the deadliest influenza on Youtube.
Thir13en Ghosts (2001, dir. Steve Beck)Monk is a hero, Shaggy gets zoink'd.
Hostel (2005, dir. Eli Roth)Ugly American douches are made even uglier.
Filmgore (1983)Elvira spoils 10 movies in 85 minutes
Hostel Part II (2007, dir. Eli Roth)Not best way to prepare Weiner Dog.
Night Of the Demons (1988)Wraparound on a non-anthology. I dig it!
House by the Cemetery (1981):I understand what Batman was afraid of.
Witchboard (1986)"It's pronounced WEE-JA, not WEE-GEE."
Shredder (2003)a.k.a Sorority House Massacre part 4: Snowbound.
The Wailing (2016)Getting mob to kill should be harder.
Silver Bullet(1985) Reverend; last name Lowe, first name.....Harry?
Beetlejuice (1988) Dir. Tim BurtonMichael Keaton still waiting for his Oscar.
Evil Dead (1981)Ash has a hard time with shelves orDeadites can only enter through the door
Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (2010)How to Win Friends and Impale People
Trick r Treat (2007)"Make sure you light your jack'o lanterns."
Dawn Of The Dead (1978) Director cutI Ken Foree into this movie anytimeNote : Ken Foree = can foray
Halloween (1978)Could watch Jamie Lee walk forever. #imcreepy
Murder Party (2007)Best movie before going to Halloween party
Creepshow (1982, dir. George Romero)Creepshow, what WOULD I do without you??
House of Wax (1953)Wax museums, tightening corsets. Everything I want.
Frankenstein (1931) Is burgomeister same one from Rankin Bass?
Creepshow (1982)Stephen King sure showed some real growth.
The Exorcist (1973)Has health care gotten better or worse?
Body Melt (1993)MiraLAX commercials used to be really obnoxious
Cube(1997)Recommending to manager for next teamwork retreat.
Apostle (2018)Less fun than taking auger to brain.ORSlower than an Inquisition-era pasta roller.
Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead (1994)BOOOOOYYYY!!!... this sure is just diminishing returns...ORSince when did Reggie become a creep?ORWhere exactly was she hiding those handcuffs?
Mandy (2018)Crazy Nick light cigarette with flaming skull
Phantasm IV: Oblivion (1997)“Gotta free weekend? We’re already half finished.“
Shaun of the Dead (2004):Spotify can't stop zombies. Physical media forever. Happy Scary Movie Month, everyone!
Halloween II (1981)More gore, more explosions, more boombox exposition?
It Follows (2014)At times one would think Tit Follows.
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)Time to end it with the best
Idle Hands (1999, dir. Rodman Flender)Jessica Alba as pixie dream pixie dream!
Elvira: Mistress of the Dark (1988)Nice to see Hill Valley town square
Dawn Of The Dead (1978)Wait, this isn't Shaun Of The Dead
Pyewacket (2017)Demons love taking credit for other’s work.
The Shining (1980)I'm bored. I'd totally take that job.
Halloween (1978) Sanitarium driver's ed. There, plot hole explained.
Halloween (1978)Totally still the best? Totally. Totally? Totally.
Halloween II (1981)re: ‘Exorcist’ comment - 80s healthcare sucked too.
Halloween III: Season of the Witch The Irish really hate Halloween...and kids.
Trick 'r Treat (2007, dir. Michael Dougherty)Certainly Sam won't come after anyone here!
Creepshow 2 (1987)Featuring a certain future Supreme Court Justice.It's been an absolute blast everyone! Got 46 movies, 37 of which were first time viewings, watched this month. Until next year, happy Scary Movie Month to all!
Grabbers (2012):A yearly must see, feckin luv it.
Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)Atkins rules, masks kill kids, somethingsomethingsomething Druids?
House of Wax (1953)Vincent Price and hot wax? I’m sold!
Creepshow (1982)That’s not what “eat the rich” means.Pretty sure King smoked that meteor shit.Mike Pence’s beach house is fucking wild.“It belongs in a museum! Wait.... FUUUUUUUUUUU!!!”If you see one, there’s 20,000 more.C’mon Atkins, at least he’s reading something.
First seven word review anthology.
Scream (1996) One more. Still holds up! Happy Halloween!
Cabin in the Woods (2012)Too late to be witty. Happy Halloween!
The Thing (1982)Simply the greatest. Happy Halloween movie lovers!
The Exorcist (1973)Odd seeing priests as protagonists in 2018.
Trick 'r Treat (2007)Oozes pure Halloween from every beautiful frame.
The Evil Dead (1981, dir. Sam Raimi)A scary, disturbing, wonderful end. Happy Halloween!
Season's Greetings (1996)Fun early Trick 'r Treat animated short.
Saw III (2006, dir. Darren Lynn Bousman)Good doctors should never lose their heads.
Halloween (1978)Surprisingly plausible background John Wick origin story.
The Strangers: Prey at Night (2018)Spooky mood, mist, masked murderers, and anxiety.
Suspiria (2018)Finally a horror remake that isn't polarizing!
THE PIT AND THE PENDULUM (1961)See many levels of Vincent Price insanity.OrAIP, Hammer, the Italians: different gothic styles.It was a fun Scary Movie Month. I enjoyed reading all of your reviews.
Annihilation (2018)Still my favourite movie from this year