Saturday, October 12, 2019

2019 Scary Movie Challenge Day 12


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  1. "Insidious" (2010, Dir. James Wan)

    Matching mother-son pyjamas. Now that's insidious.

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  2. Videodrome (1983)

    Videodrome and chill didn’t really catch on.

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  3. William Katt in HOUSE (1985, 93 min.) on Amazon Prime.

    Belive it or not, my rent's overdue...

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  4. Joe Johnston's THE WOLFMAN (2010, 103 min.) on Blu-ray.

    Nobody to root for equals underwhelming remake.
    or
    JB's first FTM podcast still a treat.

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  5. Frank D'Angelo's SICILIAN VAMPIRE (2015, 124 min.) on ConTV for the first time.

    Robert Loggia phones in his performance... literally!
    or
    Amateurish. Embarrassing. Self-indulgent. Still better than "Gotti."

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  6. 1st SUMMONING (2018, 93 min.) on 4K UHD Netflix for the first time.

    Not worthy of sucking "Midsommar's" blood-soaked tits.
    or
    "Blair Witch" filmmakers waiting for royalty checks.

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  7. William Lustig's MANIAC (1980, 87 min.) on Blue Underground DVD for the first time.

    And featuring Ron Jeremy as Joe Spinell.

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  8. Evil dead 82

    Fake shemps shot on Sam's Ramo Cam

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  9. The Exorcist III (1990)

    ...really hoped they’d show that bathtub carp...

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  10. Daniel Isn't Real (2019,Adam Egypt Mortimer)

    Gives a new meaning to Deep Throat

    Or

    This is a favourite of 2019 already

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  11. DISTURBING BEHAVIOR (1998)

    Nobody tell Leah Remini about this town.

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  12. MIDSOMMAR (2019):

    Third viewing. Last scene is still un-bear-able.

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  13. Friday the 13th pt VII: The New Blood

    Jason breaks Judy piñata in one swing

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  14. Cat People (1982)

    That panther really disarmed Ed Begley Jr.

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  15. HALLOWEEN III: SEASON OF THE WITCH

    Masked killer steps aside for killer masks.

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  16. Tammy and the T-Rex (1994)

    Somehow less appropriate for children without gore

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  17. Bliss (2019)

    The downside of vampirism is living ferrara

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  18. Splice (2009)

    If you can't kill it, fuck it.

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  19. Sleepwalkers (1992)

    It’s like the definition of mamma’s boy.

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  20. Nightbeast (1982)

    Shocking conclusion for crazy, killer alien movie.

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  21. Doom Asylum (1987)

    Stupid movie ends up being super fun.

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  22. Lady in White (1988)

    Did you ever see a dream walking?

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  23. The Oblong Box (1969)

    Aka The Man in the Velvet Mask.

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  24. The Shining (1980)

    Scatman likes big boobs and big 'fros.

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  25. The Love Witch (2017)

    This Love Guru sequel is really weird.

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  26. House II: The Second Story (1988)

    Gross' V-neck tee scariest thing in movie

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  27. Halloween (2018, dir. David Gordon Green)

    Does Judy Greer even mourn her husband?

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  28. Daughters of Darkness (1971)

    Met de trein naar Oostende! Tsjoeke Tuut!

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  29. Asylum (1972)

    So many cute British women in this.

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  30. Suspiria (2018)

    Ballet school? Original wasn't barbed wire factory?

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  31. The Spider's Web aka Horrors of Spider Island (Ein Toter hing im Netz) (1960, dir. Fritz Böttger)

    Deadly spiders, missing person. Nevermind, let's party!

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  32. Jaws (1975)

    We’re going to need a bigger review.

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  33. Alien (1979)

    You can't scare the panties off Ripley.

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  34. Lady in White (1988, dir. Frank LaLoggia)

    Was a hat really worth it, Frankie?

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  35. The Tingler (1959, dir. William Castle)

    Horror movie rooted in totally sound science.

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  36. Evil dead the musical on YouTube

    Dead Bit part demons dancing the Nekronomicon

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  37. Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell (2001, dir. Chris Angel (but not the one you’re thinking of))

    “Do you wish for Cinemax production values?”

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  38. House (1985)

    Would rather have the Klopeks as neighbors

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  39. Bad Moon (1996)

    This makes me want to be outdoorsy.

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  40. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984, dir. Wes Craven)

    Drunk mom DEFINITELY would’ve set off traps.

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  41. Cannibal Ferox (1981)

    Anthropologists fail to disprove cannibalism over dinner

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  42. House of Frankenstein (1944)

    Larry knows Gypsy woman knows wolfman nards.

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  43. Nightbreed (1990)

    Movies got real BBE, Big Baphomet Energy

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  44. House of the devil

    AJ, Fessendon and Ty get babysitter pregnant!



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  45. The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb (1964, dir. Michael Carreras)

    There just aren't many good mummy movies.

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  46. Midsommar (2019)

    When here, you're family... like Olive Garden!

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  47. Death Spa (1989)
    "I think the sauna's mad at me!"

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  48. The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988)

    Winner of most threatening movie of 1988.

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  49. Rosemary's Baby (1968)

    Seriously, she'll eat anything anybody gives her.

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  50. The Conjuring (2013)

    Warren’s help a family remedy the clap.

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  51. The Wasp Woman (1959, dir. Roger Corman & Jack Hill)

    Similarities to 1958's The Fly entirely coincidental?

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  52. The Exorcist III (1990)

    Save your scissors for someone else's skin

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  53. Satantic Panic (2019, Chelsea Stardust)

    At least add onions to that liver.

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  54. 1BR (2019, David Marmor)

    Great for the core, terrible for soul.

    Side note. Producer Q&A said this movie will be out VOD in states early next year. Not sure how I completely feel about it but definitely worth a watch. It's interesting.

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  55. The Horror of Party Beach (1964, dir. Del Tenney)

    Monsters like bikini clad girls, hot dogs.

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  56. Green Room (2015) Dir. Jeremy Saulnier

    "Eliminate them quickly....Tucker Carlson starts soon."

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  57. Friday The 13th (1980) dir. Sean S. Cunningham

    The Den Of Thieves to Haloween's Heat.

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  58. The Eyes of My Mother (Nicolas Pesce, 2016)

    Lots of creepiness, though not much else.

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  59. Dolls (1987)

    It's Stuart Gordon, so there's uncomfortable nudity

    And

    Damn, Bobby Moynihan has aged amazingly well!

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  60. Tales of Halloween (2015)
    The pumpkin spice latte of scary movies

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

    Tom Atkins would be my Tyler Durden.

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  62. C.H.U.D(1984) The real monsters are found above ground.

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  63. The Monster Squad (1987)
    Goonies mom still not offering much supervision

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  64. Q: The Winged Serpent (1982)

    So thats how they cleaned up NYC

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  65. The Funhouse (1981, dir. Tobe Hooper)

    Hope Marko's daughter left the family business

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  66. THE TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE (1974):

    New Olympic event: Competitive chain saw dancing.

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  67. Child's Play (1988)

    Andy makes a killer breakfast for champions.

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  68. Truth or Dare (2018)

    Well that movie really kinda sucked ass.

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  69. The Perfection (2018)

    There's some great performances in this two-hander.

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  70. Event Horizon (1997)
    Tropes Averted: Black guy and blonde survive?

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  71. EXCISION (2012):

    I’ve...been having sex wrong, haven’t I?

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  72. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986, dir. Tobe Hooper)

    Love for this film grows each viewing

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  73. The Blob (1988)

    So many burgeoning romances thwarted by blub

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  74. Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers

    Still waiting on Reverend Sayer solo movie

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  75. Body Bags(1993) Horror fueled, hair raising compendium....must see!

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  76. Happy Death Day (2017)

    Yeah... What'd you think sororities are like?

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  77. The Slumber Party Massacre (dir Amy Holden Jones, 1982)

    Still better than getting delivery from Domino's.

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  78. The Entity (1982, dir. Sidney J. Furie)

    At least six too many ghost rapes.

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  79. The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967, dir. Roman Polanski)

    Another movie that needs more Sharon Tate.

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  80. House of Dracula (1945)

    Shows why we need Universal Horror healthcare.

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  81. Candyman (1992) Dir. Bernard Rose

    Sorry, I'm actually in the Leatherface gang.

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  82. Nightbreed (1990)

    Imagine an X-men movie if it actually had balls.

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  83. Midsommar (2019)

    Gives new meaning to blood orange juice.

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  84. One Cut of the Dead (2017)

    Maybe my new favorite film about filmmaking.

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

    Uncle Michael settled for a knockoff mask.

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  86. The Strangers: Prey at Night (2018)
    Never go swimming at a trailer park.

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  87. Cujo (1983, dir. Lewis Teague)

    Cujo showed little Tad Who's The Boss.

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  88. The Final Terror (1984) It’s loooggggg. Looooggg. It’s better than bad.

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  89. Evil Dead (1981)

    Hate watching Cheryl get assaulted by Vinestein.

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  90. Happy Death Day(2017)

    Really resisting posting the same joke repeatedly

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  91. Happy Death Day 2U(2019)

    Really resisting posting the same joke repeatedly

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  92. Fender Bender (2016) Dir. Mark Pavia

    The gimp reborn as bad slasher villain.

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  93. The Furies (2019, Tony D'Aquino)

    Audience lost their head over this screening.

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  94. Sleepaway Camp (1983)

    Angela's manspreading on the bus is explained.

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  95. Chopping Mall (Jim Wynorski, 1986)

    Not as sexist as most '80s horror.

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  96. A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors (1987)

    ...Freddy possesses own skeleton; likes dreamland better...

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