Wednesday, October 16, 2019

2019 Scary Movie Challenge Day 16


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  1. The Devil's Rejects (2005)

    No one puts Baby in a coroner's

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  2. 3 From Hell (2019)

    America is not sending Mexico their best

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  3. Color Out Of Space (2019, Richard Stanley)

    Nicolas Cage is Rage Against the Alpaca

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  4. Brian Gibson's POLTERGEIST II: THE OTHER SIDE (1986, 91 min.) on Hulu for the first time.

    "Trek"-like two-minute resolution guaranteed to please nobody.
    or
    Needs less mystical BS, more Tobe Hooper.

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  5. Gary Sherman's POLTERGEIST III (1988, 98 min.) on Tubi for the first time.

    Apparently "Gremlins 2's" Clamp branched into Chicago.
    or
    Old-school effects run circles around paycheck-collecting cast.

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  6. QUEEN OF THE DAMNED (2002, 101 min.) on Amazon ($0.99 Rental).

    Stuart Townsend's Lestat: The Other White Meat.

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  7. The Addams Family (1991)

    Yeah! it is Girl Scout cookie season

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  8. City of the Dead aka Horror Hotel (1960)

    Welcome to Whitewood, where witches woefully walk.

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  9. Ma (2019)

    Men Without Hats even rousts pastor's daughter

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  10. Lake Mungo (2008)

    Herzog called Paranormal Activity garbage - loves this.

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  11. CAT PEOPLE (1982)

    I got a bad cat scratch fever!

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  12. To the Devil A Daughter (1976)

    I was actually shocked by this one

    I see Lords of Salem's workprint here

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  13. SCREAM (1996)

    All movie knives make that “shing!” noise.

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  14. Dabbe 4: The Possession (Dabbe: Cin Çarpmasi) (2013, dir. Hasan Karacadag)

    134 minutes of headache-inducing found footage.

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  15. PHANTASM 1979 (dir. Don Coscarelli)

    (Nothing beats Brett Cullum's comment last week!)

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  16. Demons (1985)

    Bored blonde boy blasts baddies between bites.

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  17. SCREAM 2 (1997)

    Want whole movie of the “Agamemnon” scene.

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  18. And Soon The Darkness (1970)

    It's like Antonioni made a horror film.

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  19. Curtains (1983, Richard Ciupka)

    Disney On Ice was weird this year.

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  20. Audition (1999)

    Frankly that Audition could have gone better.

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  21. The House of the Devil (2009)

    Babysitter union’s should negotiate for hazard pay.

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  22. In the Mouth of Madness (1994)

    Preposterous. New England town without Dunkin' Donuts!?!

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  23. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

    Thompson girls can hide any beverage anywhere.

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  24. SCREAM 3 (2000)

    Why don’t Randy’s rules include diminishing returns?

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  25. Hobgoblins (1988)

    This is Chekov’s revolver. Don’t use it.
    Or
    Stick fighting. The most lethal fighting style.

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  26. A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 3: DREAM WARRIORS

    Larry Fishburne, worst orderly ever hired.

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  27. Friday the 13th Part 6: Jason Lives

    Jason vs James Bond. Come on Hollywood!

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  28. Cold Prey II

    Wait a minute. This isn’t Halloween 2?!

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  29. Opera (1987)

    Ravens are misjudged heroes of the movie.

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  30. Gothic (1987)

    Those nipple eyes are gonna haunt me.

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  31. One Cut of the Dead (2017)

    What's all the fuss about? Oh wait!

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  32. Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993, dir. Adam Marcus) (Unrated Version)

    Richard Gant eats heart, I get peckish.

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  33. SCREAM 4 (2011)

    Nancy Drew could’ve solved this… oh, wait.

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  34. And Soon The Darkness (1970)

    Surprisingly tense for a movie about bicycling.

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  35. Kalifornia (1993)

    Not really horror. In relationships, you compromise.

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  36. Sometimes They Come Back (1991)

    More King-verse bullies okay with casual murder.

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  38. Creepshow

    Fathers day


    Hey Badeilia! Gimme my cake You Bitch

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  39. Intruder (1989)

    Psycho stalks stockers at shockingly soundproof supermarket

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  40. TERROR IN THE CRYPT (1964)

    Witch or Vampire? Still beautifully gothic anyway.

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  41. Creepshow

    Lonesome death of Jordy Verill


    Maximum overdrive Director wins Meteor Shit award

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  42. The Prey (1983)

    'Madman' meets 'And Baby Makes Three.' Hijinks!

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  43. Creepshow

    Something to tide you over


    I want Ted Dansons head goldfish bowl

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  44. THE PREMONITION (1976)

    Advertised as horror; more of a thriller
    OR
    A most unusual relationship between two mothers

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  45. Trick or Treats (1982)

    What the fuck, kid? Seriously messed up.

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  46. Messiah of Evil (1973)

    I almost shut this off 86 times.

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  47. Skinner (1993)

    Bald and scarred Traci Lords, still gorgeous.

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  48. Creepshow

    The Crate

    Walking dead and Jason see Julia's box

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  49. CREEPSHOW 2 (1987):

    Apparently, this SMM’s theme is...George Kennedy.

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  50. Creepshow (1982) "Something to Tide You Over"

    Beach no 'Good Place' for Ted Danson.

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  51. Get My Gun (2017, dir. Brian Darwas)

    This movie won't go ther- HOLY SHIT.

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  52. "Highwaymen" (2004, Dir. Robert Harmon)

    Lay off the slow-mo button, Bob.

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  53. Lake Mungo (2015)

    Foreign film Paranormal Activity but with class

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  54. Species II (1998, first full viewing)

    ...pretty abstract and subversive for pro-abstinence propaganda...

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  55. MFA (2016)

    Sorry, can’t joke about this subject matter.

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  56. Alien (1979)

    Bet Weyland-Yutani pays zero in space taxes.

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  57. Demon Knight (1995)

    I'll say it. William Sadler is very sexy.

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  58. Bed of the Dead (2016)

    Can't believe I slept on this one.

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  59. The Conjuring (2013) Dir. James Wan

    It's true that it is a story.

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  60. Maniac (1980)

    Killer Ron Jeremy breathes like Darth Vader.

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  61. Friday 13th Part 6 - (1986)

    Goofy, self aware, fun, the best one.

    Does he think I'm a fart-head?? Yeah!

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  62. THE FINAL TERROR (1983)

    Camping’s bad enough, but with these people?

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  63. Creepshow 2 (1987) Dir. Michael Gornick

    Poncho's Supreme Court nomination should go well.

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  64. No One Lives (2012)

    Midsommar had bear. This has a Brodus.

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  65. Lake Dead (2007, dir. George Bessudo)

    Where I wish this movie would swim.

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  66. The Bride of Frankenstein (1935, dir. James Whale)

    Blind man scene: best ever in horror?

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  67. Alien (1979 - 40th Anniversary Fathom Events)
    Best part: sharing a classic with Aimee.

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  68. Man's Best Friend (1993, dir. John Lafia)

    From which animal did acid urine come?

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  69. Demons 2 (1986)

    Italian stuntmen's union in the '80s? Nope.

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  70. Mad Monster Party (1967)


    It's a mad, mad, mad, mad party!

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  71. Brain Dead (1990)

    Pullman, neuroscience nerd. Paxton smarmy bastard. Psychosis!

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  72. Hereditary (2018)

    Featuring three generations of light headed women

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  73. My Boyfriend's Back (1993)

    This movie's off its rocker. Traci Lind!

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  74. May (2002, dir. Lucky McKee)

    Bettis, Sisto and Faris are just incredible.

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  75. Alien (1979) dir. Ridley Scott

    Those space vents totally look like buttholes.

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  76. Evilspeak (1981)

    We've all gone through sword phases, Clint

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  77. 3 From Hell (2019)

    Beyond Thunderdome to Devil's Rejects' Road Warrior.

    Or

    Fuck it, I was mostly into it.

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  78. My Name is Bruce (2007)

    Bruce does Bruce. Ted Raimi does Rooney.

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  79. Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan

    Michael drives. Jason sails. Freddy flies planes...?

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  80. Prevenge (Alice Lowe, 2016)

    Motherhood is a cutthroat sport, ya know?

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  81. Re-Animator (1985)

    That security guard couldn't be more useless.

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