Friday, October 11, 2019

2019 Scary Movie Challenge Day 11


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  1. Abe Forsythe's LITTLE MONSTERS (2019, 93 min.) at Brooklyn's Alamo Drafthouse for the first time (advanced screening with director/actor Q&A).

    Lupita Nyong'o versus Aussie zombies... no contest!
    or
    Best lil' Darth since Volkswagen Superbowl commercial.

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  2. Shin'ichirô Ueda's ONE CUT OF THE DEAD (2019, 96 min.) at New York City's IFC Center for the first time. Also available for streaming on Shudder.

    Walk-offs at end of first act... SUCKERS!
    or
    Japan's profanity-filled weekend afternoon live TV rulz!

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  3. Rick Rosenthal's HALLOWEEN II (1981, 92 min.) on Blu-ray.

    Slippery wet blood? Game over, Alex Rogan.

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  4. Urban Legend (1998, dir. Jamie Blanks)

    Rebecca Gayheart's eyes are trying to escape.

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  5. The Faculty (1998, dir. Robert Rodriguez)

    The abusive couple need their own movie.

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  6. Pulse (2001)

    AKA: How to setup your internet connection.

    or

    Hmm I should buy some red tape.

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  7. THE DEVIL’S BRIDE, AKA, THE DEVIL RIDES OUT (1968)

    Religious persecution of the worst kind, shame!
    OR
    Charles Gray’s best role, Mocata or Blofeld?

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  8. THE BLOOD ON SATAN’S CLAW (1971)

    Young people have no respect at all
    Or
    Do you have weird patches of hair?
    Or
    Goes farther than I expected it to.

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  9. Shadow of the Vampire (2000)

    Extraordinary central performance. Also starring John Malkovich.

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  10. City of the Living Dead (1980)

    This wind has a real maggotty factor...

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  11. The Boy (2016)
    So, swimming with rocks in pockets...bad?

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  12. Ravenous (1999)
    F, marry, play. Carlyle, Pearce, Oregon Trail.

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  13. Basket Case (1982)
    Wish Kuato could've helped Belial chill out

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  14. Revenge (2017)
    Oh no. Holy shit. Oh wow. Yes!

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  15. Curse of Chucky (2013, dir. Don Mancini)

    "Chucky's my favorite villain."
    - Mark Jones, probably

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  16. Texas Chainsaw 3D (2013, dir. John Luessenhop)

    Beware the redneck. And those other rednecks.

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  17. Blood Vessel (2019, Justin Dix)

    Vampires on boat, solid and scrappy movie.

    Or

    An international array of Australian accents displayed

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  18. "Rogue" (2007, Dir. Greg McLean)

    Pleasant Outback croc spotting? I'd Radha not.

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  19. Transylvania 6-5000

    Only interesting as a Cronenberg casting tape.

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  20. Spellbinder (1988)

    Plot holds water like a burlap sack

    Or

    Scientology buries this and not Battlefield Earth?

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  21. BOOK OF MONSTERS (2018)

    Getting a leg up on the police.

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  22. Sleepy Hollow (1999)

    Everyone's chewing scenery, Walken's chewing the actors

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  23. Bliss (2019, Joe Begos)

    Where everyone knows your blood type ..... NORM!

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  24. The Blackcoat's Daughter (2015)

    Sally Draper! She is using the "Voice"

    or

    Bramford's annual "Lacerations for Satan" pledge drive

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  25. TALES OF TERROR (1962, dir. Roger Corman)

    Nothing to see here. Nothing but brick.

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  26. THE SENTINEL (1977, dir. Michael Winner)

    Models really do have to sacrifice much.

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  27. Hideaway (1995, dir. Brett Leonard)

    Killer possesses Goldblum - death found a way.

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  28. Psycho II (1983)

    No neverending psychobabble at the end -- yay!

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  29. Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)

    Still missing: Paul, and Amy Steele's career.

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  30. The Perfection (2018)

    Whiplash. Cellist. Levetiracetam. Flashbacks. Brother from Wings.

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  31. The Sixth Sense (1999)
    At least Toni Collette keeps her head.

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  32. Housebound

    Kind of the horror version of Interstallar

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  33. Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995, theatrical cut) dir. Joe Chappelle

    Where is Paul Rudd's Dorian Gray painting?

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  34. Jaws (1975)

    Movie is too good for seven words.

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  35. The War of the Worlds (1953 dir. Byron Haskin)

    Science saves us? No: god! *Rolls Eyes*

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  36. The Body (2018)

    You've never catch me eating Casu marzu.

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  37. Pet Sematary (2019)

    Twisted sister was better in the eighties.

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  38. The Old Dark House (1932)

    Rude houseguests are scarier than any monster.

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  39. Frailty (2001)

    Daddy, daddy, with an ax. Hmm, WWJD?

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  40. The Blair Witch Project (1999)

    Josh? Josh? Josh! JOSH! JOSH! JOSH! JOOOSSSSHHHH!

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  41. Tammy and The T-Rex: The Gore Cut (1994)
    Movie directed by a bag of cocaine

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  42. The Fog (1980)

    Last night a DJ saved my life.

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  43. The Evil Dead (1981)

    Ted Rami should've also played the cabin.

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  44. Poltergeist (1982)

    That clown's clearly of Native American descent.

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  45. Drag Me To Hell (2009)

    That's one way to button things up.

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  46. Anaconda (1997)

    Jenny from the block battles big snakes.

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  47. Frogs (1972)

    Sam Elliott sans mustache meets the Battletoads.

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  48. House on Haunted Hill (1959)

    A complicated way to deal with rats.

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  49. The Devils (1971)

    Hot priest ends up getting much hotter.

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  50. Strait-Jacket

    This movie will really wig you out.

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  51. Hellbound: Hellraiser II (1988)

    Now certain that skinless people aren't sexy.

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  52. Creepshow 2 (1987, dir. Michael Gornick)

    Get consent, THEN get eaten by blob.

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  53. The Bat (1959)

    Bats who punch you in the throat.

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  54. Pumpkinhead (1988)

    Serious Twist: Prime Lance Henriksen was shredded.

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  55. Spellcaster (1992)

    Adam Ant apparently absent as actors assemble.

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  56. The Carpenter (1988)

    Wings Hauser is consistently bringing the wood.

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  57. CHOPPING MALL (1986, dir. Jim Wynorski)

    The dedication of robot mall walkers... inspirational!

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  58. Ghoulies (1984)

    Hooray for the vaguely memorable poster design.

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  59. GWEN (2019, dir. William McGregor)

    THE WITCH meets... a bunch of movies!

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  60. Summer of '84 (2018)

    Boy suspects madman is from Mad Men

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  61. Murder Party (2007)

    Art Students? Someone kill me now please.

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  62. Alice Sweet Alice (1976)

    Cat food is felinophile's least grotesque quality.

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  63. THE RUINS (2008)

    Disneyland’s Tiki Room takes a weird turn.

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  64. A Nightmare on Elm street 5: The Dream Master (1988)

    You thought Aquaman's lame? Dreaming's my superpower.

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  65. Blood Tide (1982, dir. Richard Jefferies)

    Starring Sleepaway Camp's Robert Earl Jones's son!

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  66. The Twilight Zone (1983)

    Spielberg does quite the cheesy Spielberg impression

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  67. Creepshow 2 (1987)

    Was Saturday Morning Cartoon animation THAT popular?

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  68. Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995, director's cut) dir. Joe Chappelle

    Ah yes, the power of the druids.

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  69. HOWLING 2

    Sat through THIS only for Sybil's chest?

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  70. Poltergeist (1982, dir. Tobe Hooper)

    Family suffers ghosts; oldest daughter suffers FOMO.

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  71. IT COMES AT NIGHT (2017)

    This is a strange episode of Inuyasha.

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

    Have this thumbing pain in my forehead

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  73. Dawn of the Dead (1979, dir. George A. Romero)

    One of the best movies ever made.

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  74. CASTLE OF THE CREEPING FLESH (1968)

    Are these real people or 1960s automatons?

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  75. Videodrome (1983) dir. David Cronenberg

    James Woods triumphs...one way or another.

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  76. C.H.U.D. (1984)

    Is it weird this made me hungry?

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  77. Hereditary (2018)

    Why can't they afford some nice cloaks?

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  78. Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943)

    “Larry, you’re a werewolf. Also, not 31.”

    or...

    Never schedule werewolf surgeries during full moon.

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  79. Little Monsters (2019)

    Every little kid deserves a Miss Caroline.

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  80. Little Monster (2019)

    Only issue? Swifty stuck in my head.

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  81. Little Monster (2019)

    Players gonna play play play. Help Me.

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  82. Insidious (2010) Dir. James Wan

    Damn, I thought Dalton would be bigger.

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  83. Phenomena (1985)

    Argento primate ranking: Inga > Lachrymarum's baboon familiar.

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  84. Return of the Living Dead (1985)

    Smart ass zombies can use the radio.

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  85. Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991)

    The Cow in Twister was more dignified.

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  86. A Quiet Place (2018)
    Who thought getting pregnant was good idea?

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