Tuesday, October 22, 2019

2019 Scary Movie Challenge Day 22


109 comments:

  1. The Stand (1994)
    Dark Man casting another case of whitewashing

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  2. Bob Clark's BLACK CHRISTMAS (1974, 98 min.) on Amazon Prime.

    Starring Margot Kidder as herself circa 1996.
    or
    Still waiting for Saxon versus Billy showdown.

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  3. Curtis Harrington's DEVIL DOG: THE HOUND FROM HELL (1978, 95 min.) on ConTV for the first time.

    Sit Ubu, sit. Evil dog. OH, ARRGGHHH!!!!

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  4. I don't if this counts, because it only contains some elements (but is otherwise a rcommendable movie):

    Parasite (2019)
    I consumed someone else's popcorn and coke.

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  5. Nina Forever (2015)

    Early Cronenberg adaptation of Punch-Drunk Love.

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  6. Uninvited (1988, Greydon Clark)

    Another George Kennedy falling and leaning example

    Or

    Cat says, meow, mew, meow mew, meow.

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  7. THE LAST MAN ON EARTH (1964)

    Sad Price as good as scary Price.

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  8. Midsommar (2019)

    Also need grandma to help me finish

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  9. Jaws 2 (1978)

    Maybe they should start listening to Brody.


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  10. Tourist Trap (1979)

    I think I found Jame Gumb's dad.

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  11. Society (1989)
    Time to party-hardy with your legs back-wardy!

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  12. Tarantula (1955)

    "People are not as smart as bugs." (Charotte's Web)

    OR

    Hagrid would be in heaven. Me? Hell.

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  13. What Lies Beneath (2000)

    Michelle Pfeiffer takes a lot of baths.

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  14. Revenge of the Creature (1955, dir. Jack Arnold)

    The Jaws 3 of the Creature movies.

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  15. The Devils Rejects (2005, dir. Rob Zombie)

    Firefly family enjoys murder, saying f word.

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  16. Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)

    Burlap sacks, wheelchairs, and buttcheeks, oh, my!

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  17. Sleepaway Camp II (1988)

    "Look who's on TV!" always gets me

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  18. Halloween II (1981)

    Setup? Excellent! Setting? Excellent! Laurie's role? Nonexistent

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  19. Super Dark Times (2017)

    I guess it had to end somehow?

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  20. Shaun of the Dead (2004, dir. Edgar Wright)

    Simon Pegg prepares to be Benji Dunn!

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  21. THE DEVIL'S REJECTS (2005, dir. Rob Zombie)

    My very favorite TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE reboot.

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  22. REVENGE OF THE CREATURE (1955, dir. Jack Arnold)

    The beginnings of the underwater incel movement?

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  23. MESSIAH OF EVIL (1973, dir. by Willard Huyck & Gloria Katz)

    Past Blue Man Group auditions really burned.

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  24. The Hunger (1983)

    A must see for fans of drapes.

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  25. Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night 2 (1987)

    Never look at rocking horses the same.....

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  26. Halloween 3: Season of the witch (1982)

    Stonehenge’s power can’t even stop Atkin’s mojo!

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  27. on a side note: What's the movie in the picture above?

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  28. Too Scared to Scream (1985)

    Too bored to find a better movie.

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  29. Black Christmas (1974)

    Billy... Billy don't you lose my number.

    (I realize I submitted this a couple weeks ago, but I think it bears repeating.)

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  30. Dracula Has Risen From the Grave (1969)

    Friendly advice, Visine gets the red out.

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  31. Hellraiser (1987)

    Guess a tetanus shot really doesn’t matter.

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  32. The Beyond (1981)

    Apparently Italians love and fear German Shepards.

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  33. Re-Animator (1985)

    And they were all green with envy.

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  34. The Grudge 2 (2006, dir. Takashi Shimizu)

    Nobody took my advice regarding anger management.

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  35. Ghoulies (1984, dir. Luca Bercovici)

    A fatal case of getting tongue-tied.

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  36. Little Monsters (2019, dir. Abe Forsyth)

    Want to shake, shake, shake this off.

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  37. In the Tall Grass (2019)

    Grass too tall; need a lawnmower man.

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  38. Without Name (2019)

    Haunted faerie forest smells lichen Irish spring.

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  39. The Hunger (1983, dir. Tony Scott)

    Just wish it had been more stylish.

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  40. The Conjuring (2013)
    A sampler platter of other horror movies

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  42. Alice Sweet Alice (1976)

    Elderly church caretaker arrested for Mass murder

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  43. Night of the Creeps (1986, dir. Fred Dekker)

    Only three words needed: consider me thrilled.

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  44. A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988, dir. Renny Harlin)

    Freddy in drag resembles Jim Varney character!

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  45. Body Melt (1993, dir. Philip Brophy)

    "Wanna regret making microwave popcorn?" -BODY MELT.

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  47. "Frontier(s)" (Dir. Xavier Gens, 2007)

    When modern day Naziism was an aberration.

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  48. Waxwork(1988)
    DeSade ecstasied her to death? Im down

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  49. Silver Bullet (1985, dir. Daniel Attias)

    Busey in Busey biopic; werewolves are extra.

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  50. V/H/S/2 (2013)

    Still, that's way too many tube TVs

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  51. LITTLE MONSTERS (2019, dir. Abe Forsyth)

    Most realistic movie about teaching in years.

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  52. THE HUNGER (1983, dir. Tony Scott)

    I'll never listen to LAKME the same.

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  53. Luz (2018)

    Bedeviled hypnotist ensnares sapphic cabbie. Kinky roleplaying

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  54. Bride of Frankenstein
    "Love dead, hate living... levers are coolest."

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  55. Twins of Evil (1971, dir. John Hough)

    Twins of Boredom doesn't sound as scary.

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    1. At first I read the director's name as "John Hughes" and I was very excited to learn he had directed a 70s horror film.

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  56. SILVER BULLET (1985, dir. Daniel Attias)

    It's not about my old Chrysler Laser?

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  57. THE ADDAMS FAMILY (2019)

    Shouldn't the Addams Family have, y'know, JOKES???

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  58. The Descent (2005)

    Claustrophobia, injuries, and monsters, oh my.

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  59. PHANTASM II (1988, dir. Don Coscarelli)

    No more fluids please! Too many fluids!

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  60. Twins of Evil (1971, dir. John Hough)

    One of these things is... the same

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  61. Friday the 13th IX: Jason Goes to Hell

    Needed a boat to become a masterpiece.

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  62. PREVENGE (2016):

    Pregnancy is a legitimate license to kill.

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  63. Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies (1999)

    Witchy webmaster seeks Wishmaster for conjugal visits

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  64. Village of the Damned (1995)

    Protagonist heroically blows up a dozen schoolchildren

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  65. NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEB (2015)

    I think this movie might be quirky.

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  66. Halloweentown (1998)

    Hope Kalabar gets some revenge after this.

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  67. Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985) dir. Danny Steinmann

    Features equal number of Jasons and bras.

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  68. The Lost Boys (1987)

    Jami: 12 year old Munkee's puberty kickstarter

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    1. Shout-out to Tawny and the whitesnake video!

      #oversharing

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

    That's why god made Tom Atkins, babe.

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    1. My boyfriend met him recently at an event and asked him to sign a pic with a line from Night of the Creeps. It’s something like, “good news girls your dates are here. Bad news is they’re dead.” (I may have the exact line wrong, but my boyfriend knows it exactly).
      Anyways, Adkins started to sign it, and because my boyfriend was afraid Adkins didn’t remember, my boyfriend started to repeat it. And Adkins, without missing a beat, shouts at him, “I KNOW THE DAMNED LINE!”
      He said it in jest, and my boyfriend said Adkins seriously couldn’t have been nicer.

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  70. THE DARK (1979)

    “Mangler’s a zombie. Read all about it!”

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  71. The Alien Factor (1978)

    Was the audio recorded with a potato?

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  72. Shadowzone (1990)

    Sleep studies with Lo Pan and Ratchet.

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  73. Hausu (1977)

    Basically my life when I started Prozac

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  74. The Terror Within (1989)

    Wait...there are fucking GARGOYLES in this?!

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  75. Jason X

    Wasn’t Jason supposed to be in hell?

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  76. Dead End (2003)

    I love watching Ray Wise get frustrated.

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  77. Child's Play (1988)

    Strangler has a driver? And voodoo tutor?

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  78. Day of the Dead (1985)

    Festering pig intestines if extras forgot lunch.

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  79. Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988) Dir. Dwight H. Little

    Like my baton? It's made of gun.

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  80. The Mummy (1932)

    Been 3500 years Imhotep. Just move on.

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  81. The Mummy (1932)

    inspired the great fez phobia of 32!

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  82. BLOODWORK (2012)

    Pixar’s Inside Out had better “disgust” character.

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  83. Creepshow 2 (Michael Gornick, 1987)

    Racist; Rape-y; third one was the charm

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  84. Scanners (1981, dir. David Cronenberg)

    Blows its load at 13 minute mark.

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  85. Dead Heat (1988)

    Best last line ever. Suck it, Casablanca.

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  86. Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982, dir. Tommy Lee Wallace)

    Nine more days till Halloween, Halloween, Halloween...

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    1. Ugh. This is why I don’t watch that movie. Now it’s stuck in my head. 🙄😂

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  87. Without Name (2016)

    Emotionally repressed man plays hooky, discovers drugs.

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  88. Psycho (1960)

    Cross dressing, nudity and... Toilets! Very progressive.

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  89. Child’s Play (2019)
    Fuck! Apple is coming for us all.

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  90. Eli (2019)
    Let’s resort to cliches for 3rd act.

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  91. THE GHOST GALLEON (1974, dir. Amando de Ossorio)

    The Knights Templar: great; the plot: bad

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  92. NIGHT OF THE SEAGULLS (1975, dir. Amando de Ossorio)

    Final but not worst Blind Dead film.
    Or
    Blind Dead question: Are the horses dead?

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  93. Zombieland: Double Tap (Fleischer, 2019)

    You say unnecessary sequel; I say fun.

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  94. Bride of Frankenstein (1935, on 35mm!)

    What've we done wrong in ensuing years?

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  95. Upgrade (2018)

    In no way an insult: Dumb Robocop.

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  96. Happy Death Day 2U (2019)
    Good start, gear switch, bogged down, meh.

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