Thursday, October 10, 2019

2019 Scary Movie Challenge Day 10


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  1. THE CORPSE VANISHES (1942)

    Bela Lugosi prefers to sleep in coffins
    OR
    Elixirs of youth have a human cost

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  2. A Bay of Blood (1971)

    Well this is ending predictably...... WAIT WHAT?!

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  3. In the Tall Grass (2019)

    Sequel: In the Tall Grass 2: Hypergrass
    Or
    Stephen King’s pokemon adaptation is pretty wierd

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  4. A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985)

    So… Yeah. It is a bit homoerotic.
    or
    Great adaptation of “The Man Inside Me”

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  5. Night of the Demon (1957)

    Val Lewton would've been proud of this.

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  6. Das Cabinet Des Dr. Caligari (1920)

    Cesare is the original emo goth bitch.

    or

    Dr. Caligari remake starring Danny Devito confirmed.

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  7. TERROR AT TENKILLER (1986)

    Yeah, let’s vacation at someplace called “Tenkiller.”

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  8. Friday the 13th pt VI: Jason Lives

    Same Camp Blood – Now with Alice Cooper

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  9. Slumber Party Massacre II (1987)

    Hey, why you dressed like a chicken?

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  10. Sleepwalkers (1992, dir. Mick Garris)

    There's a horror directors' convention in town?

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  11. 3 From Hell (2019, Rob Zombie)

    Zombie's dancing cat also acclaimed
    Mr. Mistoffelees

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  12. Night of the Demons 2 (1994)
    Lucious Lipstick and hand titties...seems legit

    (Mickey from Michigan)

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  13. What we do in the shadows

    See this or enter "Circle of Shame"

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  14. Never hike alone

    Friday 13th fan film. YouTube 53 mins


    Kinda annoying, But also scariest ever Jason!



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  15. Don't Torture a Duckling (1972)

    Awful sequel to To Kill a Mockingbird

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  16. The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll (1960)

    The Strange Case of Christopher Lee's Sideburns

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  17. The Devil's Rain, dir. Robert Fuest (1975)

    Shatner's screaming, people melting, Borgnine surprisingly welcoming.

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  18. Lair of the White Worm (1988)

    Snake lady makes my white worm tingle

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  19. Unrest (2006, dir. Jason Todd Ipson)

    Good double with Autopsy of Jane Doe.

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  20. Scary Movie (2000) dir. Keenen Ivory Wayans

    What is the opposite of staying power?

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  21. What We Do In The Shadows (2015) dir. Jemaine Clement & Taika Waititi

    I'm Stu trying to explain his job.

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  22. Friday the 13th (1980)

    Sail Away Tiny Sparrow...added to playlist!

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  23. Sleepwalkers (1992, dir. Mick Garris) (with FTM's commentary)

    Every Scary Movie Month's highlight: the commentary!

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  24. Suspiria (2018)

    Psych101: Swinton takes on Freud. Jung rules.

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  25. Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981)

    Charles Durning dies 93-minutes too late.

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  26. White Zombie (1932)

    Heroes and zombies slip through Bela's grasp.

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  27. Wicked Little Things (2006, dir. J.S. Cardone)

    Killer kid movies just aren't my jam.

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  28. Dead of Night (1945)

    Worth it for that splendid final act.

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  29. Funny games (2007)

    It's kind of like Funny Games 1997

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  30. VELVET BUZZSAW (2019 on Amazon)

    Apparently art is worth more if haunted.

    OR

    Jake's backside is the real star here!

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  31. Resident Evil: Retribution (2012)

    Imagine It's A Small World but zombies.

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  32. Halloween 2018

    Michael Myers Multiverse Mayhem lacks Paul Rudd

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  33. Mandy 2018

    My Home depot smelting project reaps benefits

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  34. Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) dir. Dominique Othenin-Girard

    Being a Haddonfield cop is extra dangerous

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  35. Near Dark (1987)

    Punk bloodsuckers feed on hayseeds, drunk truckers

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    1. Oh, and thanks for the great recommendation JB!

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  36. Black Sabbath (1963)

    Here’s my number so call me maybe.

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  37. Christine (1983)

    A young man’s journey down the shitter.

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  38. Habit (1995)

    Finally a Sex in the City prequel.

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  39. Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh (1995)

    Hey, this isn't a Willy Wonka sequel!

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  40. Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama (1988)

    Childhood fascination with VHS cover art justified

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  41. I Saw the Devil (2010) :
    and I saw a pretty good movie

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  42. Friday the 13th (2009)

    Better than the original, yet nobody noticed.

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  43. Not of this Earth (1988)

    Know what Corman's version was missing? Boobs.

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  44. Halloween 2 (1981, dir. Rick Rosenthal)

    Ben, look both ways before you cross.

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  45. Halloween H20 (1998, dir. Steve Miner)

    Anyone up for an LL Busta team-up?

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  46. Halloween 3

    The film that makes moustaches sexy again

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  47. Gwen (2019, dir. William McGregor)

    This is what The Witch hath wrought.

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  48. Chopping Mall (1986, dir. Jim Wynorski)

    Want to shop at House of Almonds.

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  49. House (1986)

    Reboot Night Court with Big Ben, cowards

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  50. House by the Cemetery (1981)

    Despite best efforts, Harold's hatchet missed Bob

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  51. Happy Death Day 2 U (2019)

    Murder Baby - 6 More Weeks of Winter

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  52. CLIMAX (2018)

    Maybe the Puritans were right about dancing.

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    1. Just laughed out loud at work reading this! :)

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  53. Scream 2 (1997)

    Don't Ask Don't Tell Don't Die..oops

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  54. Army of Darkness (1992)

    Necronomicon of a Wimpy Hero: Medieval Days

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  55. A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)

    Dreaming superpower only useful in specific circumstances

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  56. The Wolf Man (1941)

    “Larry, you’re a werewolf. Also, clearly adopted.”

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  57. Pulse (回路 Kairo) (2001)

    Keen prediction! We're *all* computer ghosts now.

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  58. Shadow of a Doubt (1943)

    (C)ouldn't (H)ave (A)voided (R)egifting? (L)ittle (I)nconsiderate (E)h?

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  59. Creepshow (1982)

    Pass those scons, you're such a hogg

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  60. Atlanta Braves Game 5 (2019)

    Egads, call the game. They're
    already dead.

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  61. Pet Sematary (2016)

    Some parts are better. Some are worse.

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  62. Kiss of the Damned (2011)

    Oh! It's basically vampire erotica...and boring.

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  63. Pet Sematary (2016)

    At least they got the spelling wrong.

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  64. The Perfection (2019) Dir. Richard Shepard

    This Whiplash prequel goes some bizarre places.

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  65. The Sentinel (1977, dir. Michael Winner)

    Beverly D'Angelo is the very best hostess.

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  66. Tales of Terror (1962, dir. Roger Corman)

    Wine tasting face still my spirit animal.

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  67. Brain Damage (1988)

    Wait... This is really about addiction, right?

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  68. Phantom of the Mall: Eric's Revenge (1989)

    Better than Phantom of Wal-Mart: Sam's Scorn

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  70. The Brain (1988)

    This movie is all brain no balls.

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  71. Man's Best Friend (1993)

    "Somebody find Lance a coat that fits!"

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  72. Street Trash (1987)

    Proves a penis makes a poor football.

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  73. Motel Hell (1980)

    Kept waiting for Gordon Ramsay. Never showed.

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  74. Lake Placid (1999)

    Pullman in khaki may rival Dern Butt.

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  75. Terrified

    Maybe naked closet ghost just wants clothes?

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  76. Black Sunday (1960)

    Once marked choices are Witch or Kryptonian.

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  77. LIVE FREAKY DIE FREAKY (2006)

    Making them claymation doesn’t make it funny.

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  78. 3 From Hell (2019)

    I guess the zoom control was stuck.

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  79. Invisble Ghost (1941)

    Title promises literally nothing, still doesn't deliver

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  80. Suburban Gothic (2014)

    This was great. Has an amazing soundtrack.

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  81. Black Sunday (1960)

    Wampire? Vitch? What exactly is Princess Asa?

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  82. Lesley Ann Warren is ridiculously, preternaturally hot. Clue (1985)

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  83. The Reef (2010)

    Couldn't sink my teeth into this one.

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  84. Blood Feast (dir Herschell Gordon Lewis, 1963)

    What a bore... At least there's gore?

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  85. Midsommar (2019; dir: Ari Aster)

    I look like a bear. It's hereditary.

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  86. The Cell (2000)

    The many magnificent outfits of Vinny D.

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  87. "The Eyes Of My Mother" (2016, Dir. Nicholas Pesce)

    Fuck it, I'll die for Portuguese food.

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  88. WAR OF THE WORLDS (Spielberg)

    Tom Cruise is a dick for once.

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  89. EVENT HORIZON (1997)

    It's Pennywise and Christine in outer space!

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  90. Pulse (2001)

    Simpler times when internet was merely ghastly

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