Monday, October 21, 2019

2019 Scary Movie Challenge Day 21


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  1. Sleepwalkers (1992, Mick Garris)

    Corn, the most versatile of stabby vegetables

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  2. Cube (1997)
    Combines the fun of math with complaining

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  3. John Boorman's EXORCIST II: THE HERETIC (1977, 117 min.) on Scream Factory Blu-ray.

    Richard Burton, Pazuzu engage in ham-to-ham combat.
    or
    Nurse Ratchet's nice? All hell breaks loose!

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  4. FREDDY VS. JASON (2003, 97 min.) on DVD.

    Springwood, OH. Next to NJ's Crystal Lake.

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  5. When A Stranger Calls Back (1993)

    Lovely decor! Really matches your serial killer.

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  6. Sergio Martino's SCREAMERS (1979, 82 min.) on Amazon Prime for the first time.

    Gill-man's relatives exploited by Bond-like Italian supervillain.
    or
    Starring Barbara Bach, so attempted rape... twice!

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  7. Cat People (1982, Paul Scharder)

    Oh, so this is a Sleepwalkers prequel

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  8. Dawn of the Dead (1978)

    Can Ken Foree be my spirit animal?

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  9. Sorority Row (2009)

    Rumer has it, these girls are awful.

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  10. UNCLE SAM (1996)

    Stupid movie takes itself way too seriously.

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  11. The Prophecy (1995)

    Just one question, are you an angel?

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  12. Carnival of Souls (1962)

    A piercing, mesmerizing daymare of a movie.

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  13. Slumber Party Massacre II (1987, dir. Deborah Brock)

    Has a guitar ever been more phallic?

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  14. A Cure For Wellness (2016) dir. Gore Verbinski

    The only cure needed is less minutes.

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  15. STRIPPED TO KILL (1987)

    “Rock Bottom Dance Club.” Sounds about right.

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  16. Shocker (1989)

    Thought the shocker was something completely different.

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  17. HORROR HOSPITAL (1973)

    Actors and cinematography deserve a better movie
    OR
    Batman’s Alfred having fun as mad scientist

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  18. The Mummy's Hand (1940)

    No reincarnated princess, just a drug addict mummy

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  19. Theatre of Blood (1973)

    This movie has sword-fighting on trampolines people

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  20. Tremors (1990): Best ensemble western-horror cast ever

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  21. Scream (1996): Still suspicious of Sheriff Boots. Sequel, maybe?

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  22. Hocus Pocus (1993)

    Disney's really playing up this dude's virginity.

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  23. GET OUT 2017

    White privilege moves from Stepford to here.

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  24. The Devils (1971)

    Oliver's reed gives Redgrave a kinky neck.

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  25. The Void (2017) dir. Steven Kostanski & Jeremy Gillespie

    What's the opposite of a face mask?

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  26. Dead of Night (1977, dir. Dan Curtis)

    More albino Begley Jr. please and thanks.

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  27. Vampire Circus (1972, dir. Robert Young)

    Also called The House of Flying Crosses.

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  28. The Host (2006) dir. Bong Joon-ho

    I didn't hear one person say "MUTO".

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  29. Suspiria (2018)

    50 Shades of East-Berlin Depression... and witches!

    Sidebar: my wife was professional dancer in a dance company for a time and she thought this movie was completely unrealistic... not because of the witches but because Susie wasn't immediately a pariah in the company for having no formal training, getting the lead parts, and becoming the obvious favorite of the staff in a matter of days.

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  30. Sleepaway Camp (1983)

    Problematic? Sure but at least Judy died.

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  31. It: Chapter 2 (2019)

    Bullying saved the day! Don't tell Melania.

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  32. Basket Case (1982)

    Little fucker had Duane by the balls.

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  33. Pet Sematary (1989)

    Church should have drove a truck, ayuh.

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  34. Nightbreed (1990)

    I wish Cronenberg would just zip it.

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  35. Midsommar (2019)

    Deranged commune yeah but they're onto something.
    -or-
    Why Chidi went to the Bad Place.

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  36. Sweet Sixteen (1983, dir. Jim Sotos)

    Mellissa meets multiple murders. Mho's mo mlame?

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  37. Climax (2019)

    Easily the worst I've seen this year.

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  38. New Year's Evil (1980)

    So...different time zones are "eve-l"?

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  39. Tales from the darkside the movie 1990

    Lot 249

    Erika's Peak Slater really hates his Mummy....

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  40. Trick 'r Treat (2007) dir. Michael Dougherty

    Someone please get Brian Cox an inhaler.

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  41. Creepshow 2 (1987)

    Uber Passenger Rating: Five Stars. Very polite!

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  42. Little Monsters (2019)

    Missed opportunity not using ukulele as weapon.

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  43. Tales from the darkside the movie 1990

    The cat from hell

    Proof man's best friend is a Dog

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  44. Eye of the Devil

    Where Donald Pleasence is the subtle one

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  45. Tales from the darkside the movie 1990
    Lover's Vow

    James Remars kid's look a bit Xtro

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  46. Tales from the darkside the movie 1990

    Wraparound story

    Debbie Harry is super hot. About 180°C

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  47. creepshow 2 1987

    Chief Wood"n'head

    14th of 14 on both lists individually

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  48. The Unnamable (1988)

    Creature effects alone make this worth watching.

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  49. Alice Sweet Alice (1976)

    Religious fanatics: the most terrifying of monsters.

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  50. Motel Hell (1980)

    Chainsaw fighting while wearing a pig head?!

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  51. Madman (1981)

    I won't remember this in a week.

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  52. The Grudge (2004, dir. Takashi Shimizu)

    Someone get these ghosts some anger management!

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  53. creepshow 2 1987

    The Raft

    Practical Bin bags still better than C.G.I.

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  54. Hostel (2005, dir. Eli Roth)

    Why I don't book at Best Western.

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  55. The Night Watchmen (2017)

    WGN'S Bozo horror with early 2000's humor.

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  56. creepshow 2 1987

    The Hitchiker

    Felt even more racist than Chief Wood'n'head ....

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  57. creepshow 2 1987

    Wraparound story

    Plants are much safer in the UK

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  58. BLOODRAYNE (2005)

    Billy Zane’s wig, though. Billy… Zane’s… wig.

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  59. Tales from the Darkside: the Movie (1990)

    Welcoming Gargoyles into my home... with Disney+!

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  60. TRANSYLVANIA 6-500 (1985):

    Well. That was most certainly something different.

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  61. The People Under the Stairs (Wes Craven, 1991)

    Themes covered include Goonies, cannibalism and gentrification.

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  62. BLOODRAYNE 2: DELIVERANCE (2007)

    Why aren’t more Westerns filmed in Romania?

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  63. Ginger Snaps (2000) Dir. John Fawcett

    So...are we not getting cookies then?

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  64. The Ritual(2018) NOT THE BEES knees without bear cage.

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  65. Mountaintop Motel Massacre (1986)
    This is definitely Italian... Wait! WHAT? Louisiana?!

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  66. Re-Animator (1985)

    After intermittent rewatches: neither over nor underrated.

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  67. Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker (1981)

    In defense of the indefensible: great movie.

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  68. Tales From the Darkside: The Movie (1990

    Rae Dawn Chong's finest performance. Sorry, Commando.

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  69. The Haunting (1963)

    This needs more of the Liam Neesons

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  70. The Haunting (1963)

    Way to make it all about Eleanor.

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  71. House (1986)

    A Normie horror comedy? I call Bull.

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  72. BLOODRAYNE 3: THE THIRD REICH (2011)

    Somebody please stop me from watching these.

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  73. BAD TASTE

    Indulging Peter Jackson's blood on glasses fetish

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  74. Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (Rachel Talalay, 1991)

    Tom and Roseanne cameo the real nightmare!

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  75. Day of the Triffids (1963)
    Dr Soames just gave up REALLY quick

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  76. Thir13en Ghosts (2001)

    Some real specific ghosts there, evil book.

    or...

    2001 horror: where subtlety went to die.

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  77. Messiah of Evil (1973, dir. Willard Huyck, Gloria Katz)

    No longer visiting grocery stores, movie theaters.

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  78. Hostel Part II (2007, dir. Eli Roth)

    That's the way I take baths too!

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  79. Lord of Illusions (1995)

    This Quantum Leap episode is really weird.

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  80. Addams Family Values (1993)

    Parents pied while daughter immolated; impressive range.

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  81. The Barn (2016)
    Retro styling doesn't fix a bad movie

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  82. Necronomicon (1993)

    Perfect Canadian election night movie. Very squishy.

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  83. Nightmare On Elm Street 4 : The Dream Master (1988)

    Teacher hilariously instructs mourning teens on dreams.

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  84. Misery (1990)

    Annie Wilkes was Fan Twitter before Twitter.

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  85. The Cabin in the Woods (2011)

    So basically a fairly typical Airbnb experience?

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