Friday, October 18, 2019

2019 Scary Movie Challenge Day 18


80 comments:

  1. MAUSOLEUM (1983, 96 min.) on Amazon Prime for the first time.

    More green-eye close-ups than a "Hulk" episode.
    or
    90% of budget spent on memorable poster.

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  2. H̶u̶m̶p̶h̶r̶e̶y̶ ̶H̶u̶m̶b̶e̶r̶t̶'̶s̶ Umberto Lenzi's GHOSTHOUSE, aka LA CASA 3 (1988, 95 min.) on ConTV for the first time (with Rifftrax commentary track).

    No annoying badly-dubbed Bob kid? No sale!

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  3. Glen Morgan's BLACK CHRISTMAS: UNRATED (2006, 85 min.) on HD-DVD.

    Billy's a secret crystal unicorn-loving Bronie? Gross!
    or
    At least no more remakes will... SHIT!!!

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  4. JUST BEFORE DAWN (1981)

    Gives a whole new meaning to fisting

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  5. I Trapped the Devil (2019)

    Just wait for the payoff of... well...

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  6. PSYCHO II (1983)

    Lose one mother.... just find another mother!

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  7. The Wolfman (1941)

    My advice? Always listen to the Gypsy.

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  8. The Wolfman (2009)

    Lacking poetry, gypsies, occult symbols and coherence
    or
    Why change a perfect story? Seems foolish…

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  9. The Evil Dead (1981)

    If I had to guess? Redwood forest.

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  10. Us (2019)

    Dad's bad boat motor topples doppelganger dad.

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  11. Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    Yet again toxic masculinity dooms us all.

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  12. The Slumber Party Massacre (1982)

    Brought to you by The Home Depot

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  13. DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE (1920)

    John Barrymore’s charisma shines after a century

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  14. Phenomena (1985)

    Stop taking directions from bugs, Jennifer Connelly!

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  15. Ready or Not (2019)

    Progressive but suggests wives most dangerous game?

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  16. In The Tall Grass (2019)
    Mowed the lawn... then set it ablaze.

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  17. Day of the Dead (1985, dir. George A. Romero)

    Rhodes for sure tastes like an asshole.

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  18. The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)

    "It is a bad day for everybody."

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  19. Shadow of a Doubt (1943, dir. Alfred Hitchcock)

    Could have used more characters named Charlie.

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  20. Annabelle Comes Home (2019)

    Yawn! Did Ti West ghost direct this?

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  21. The Masque of the Red Death (1964)

    "The Price is wrong, bitch!" said Satan.

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  22. Marla (2019)

    The first killer IUD movie I've seen.

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  23. Trauma

    Does Italy not have Child Protective Services?

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  24. Nightmare Beach (1989)

    Saxon's axin' Priest's waxin's; Student's are askin'

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  25. The Lift (1983, dir. Dick Maas)

    My favorite sub genre: inanimate haunted conveyances.

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  26. Event Horizon (1997)

    Can't believe anything would space Bon Jovi.

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  27. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)

    Chainsaw is absolutely a study in subtlety.

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  28. Near Dark (1987)

    They really don’t seem to understand sunrise.

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  29. Party Hard, Die Young (2018)

    I Know What You Did Last Spring-Breakers.

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  30. Shock 'Em Dead (1991, dir. Mark Freed)

    Bad wig sells soul for heavy metal.

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  31. The Canal (2014)

    Unsettling Irish ghost story will haunt U2.

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  32. Tucker & Dale vs. Evil (2010)

    Clumsiness leading cause of youth death pre-vaping.

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  33. Wounds (2019)

    You wear a Morgus shirt, I'm in.

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  34. Chopping Mall (1986)

    Johnny 5 is alive, and he’s pissed.

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  35. Madman (1981)

    Counselors cut loose and hangout with Marz

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  36. Upgrade (2018)

    Huh. I thought that was Tom Hardy.

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  37. Eli (2019, dir. Ciarán Foy)

    Sorry, the card says "Moops", bubble boy!

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  38. Phenomena (1985, did. Dario Argento)

    Dunston Checks In with a razor blade.

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  39. KILLDOZER (1974)

    Killdozer’s overdrive should be set to maximum.

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  40. Tusk (2014, dir. Kevin Smith)

    Do you have anything in a medium?

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  41. Frontier(s) (2007, dir. Xavier Gens)

    French extremism: ce n’est pas pour moi.

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  42. Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth (Hickox, 1992)

    Only Pinhead. I miss the other Cenobites

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  43. THE LAMP (1987)

    An absolute must-see for all Wishmaster enthusiasts.

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  44. Shadow of the Vampire (2000) Dir. E. Elias Merhige

    IMDb trivia be like "Vampires aren't real."

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  45. The Blob (1988, Chuck Russell)

    The Blob goes on, bluberty blub blub

    Or

    Stting here wondering about Kevin Dillon's hair

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  46. Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984) dir. Joseph Zito

    Salon Jarvis -- "We'll shave MOST of it"

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  48. Demons (1985, Lamberto Bava)

    How I imagined my teenage acne looked.

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  49. The Love Witch (2016)

    She's the might seduce your dad type

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  50. Wendigo (2001, Larry Fessenden)

    Larry Fessenden most likely died off screen

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  51. Prophecy (1979)

    Sleeping bag kill is better than Jason's.

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  52. Village of the Damned (1960)

    Russians used nukes!? Conventional explosives work fine.

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  53. Hatchet (2006)

    "Miiiiiister Crowley!"
    ...
    Sorry, I'll see myself out.

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  54. Dead Heat (1988)

    Vincent cameo well worth Price of admission.

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  55. Prom Night II
    Somebody wanted to make an Elm Street ...

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  56. Mama(2013) Ghost Mom needs closure....and a chiropractor.

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  57. BABYSITTER WANTED (2008)

    Kristi and Mary-Anne never had these problems.

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  58. Creepshow (1982)

    Moral of the stories is you'll die.

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  59. 3 From Hell (2019)

    Thank you Sid, O Captain! My Captain!

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  60. House (1985, dir. Steve Miner)

    "I would've used a shed!" - Mark Jones

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  61. See No Evil (2006)

    Kane versus shitty teens. RAW is WAR!

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  62. CELLAR DWELLER (1988)

    It’s Combs’ world, we just live here.

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  63. THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS (1991):

    Clarice Starling is my hero. Always. Forever.

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  64. White Zombie (1932, Victor Halperin)

    Lugosi's intense staring put to brilliant use

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  65. Scanners (1981) Dir. David Cronenberg

    Stephen Lack should scan a better actor.

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  66. Night of the Living Dead (1990) All this yelling will wake the dead.

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

    Carpenter’s Alcohol in the Mouth of Atkins

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  68. Demon Knight (1995)

    Got buzzed off how hard Zane Zaned

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  69. Happy Hunting (2017). That footloose kid can’t escape shitty towns

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  70. Crimson Peak (2025). If Flowers in the Attic were good

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  71. Pet (2016) Hobbits find good work hard to find.

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  72. P2 (2007)

    Parking garage Christmas or Jersey Christmas? decisions.

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  73. Under the Shadow (2016)

    Highly questionable parenting and sleeping habits exhibited.

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  74. House on Haunted Hill (1999)

    Eat, drink, sleep, collect money? No! Downstairs!

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