Friday, October 4, 2019

2019 Scary Movie Challenge Day 4


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  1. Alien 3
    These things are tough as molted steel.

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  2. THE DEVIL’S OWN, A.K.A, THE WITCHES (1966)

    It might just be in her head.
    Or
    Strange dance performance livens up the conclusion.

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  3. HORROR HOTEL, A.K.A, CITY OF THE DEAD (1960)

    Fog machines almost become the main star.

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  4. NIGHT OF DARK SHADOWS (1971, dir. Dan Curtis)

    A witch’s revenge never has any peace.

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  5. All the boys love Mandy Lane (2006)

    They Shouldn’t. Mandy’s love is more platonic.

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  6. INHUMAN KISS (2019, dir. Sitisiri Mongkolsiri)

    Star-krasue lovers: he’s in over her head.

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  7. Tales From the Crypt: Demon Knight (1995)

    Remember pelvic lightning bolt? Yep, still there!

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  8. SPLIT SECOND (1992)

    Rutger Hauer’s cigar wins Best Supporting Oscar.

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  9. THE STUFF (1985):

    Great use of extra Stay Puft goop.

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  10. Alien (1979, Ridley Scott)

    No surprise, this movie is freaken perfect

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    1. Or

      Maybe count your xenomorphs before they hatch

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  11. Cult of Chucky (2017)

    Realizing Double-Stuf Dourif is a kink

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  12. Candyman (1992)

    Don't repeat names in mirrors. Common sense...

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  13. Rosemary's Baby (1968, Roman Polanski)

    Satanic Cults, the smart option for retirement

    Or

    Scrabble musings - the orginal 7 Word Review

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    1. Could write essay on Ruth Gordan's wardrobe

      Ohhhhh, so that is how gatekeeping works.

      Sorry, I have a lot of thoughts on this movie.

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  14. It Came From OuterSpace (1953)

    Aliens aren't scary, Joshua trees are terrifying.

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  15. Joker (2019)

    Ha ha. Aaaah! Aaaaaaah! Villain we deserve?

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  16. Sequence Break (2017)

    Cronenberg's lovechild: no game, but repairs them.

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  17. The Dorm That Dripped Blood (1982)

    Final girl's hopes go up in smoke.

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  18. Graduation Day (1981)

    Jesus Christ, Vanna. You get an F.

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  19. Sleepy Hollow (1999)

    Before Johnny Depp based roles on hats

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  20. Monster Madness: The Golden Age of the Horror Film (2014, dir. Jeff Herberger)

    Peter Lorre IS the menacing metal hands?

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  21. The Black Cat (1981, dir. Lucio Fulci)

    Best argument in cats versus dogs debate.

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  22. Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers (1988, dir. Michael A. Simpson)

    Makes me miss Felissa Rose's huge dong.

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  23. What we do in the shadows (2014)

    We all could use a good Stu.

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  24. Friday the 13th Part III

    There's no way history's gonna repeat itself...

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  25. Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation (1994, dir. Kim Henkel)

    Is this part of McConaughey's son's simulation?

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  26. Insidious: The Last Key (2018)

    Lin Shaye and her weird, rapey sidekicks.

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  27. MANDY (2018)

    Nicolas Cage featured in CROW / HELLRAISER reboot!

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  28. The Gravedancers (2006, dir. Mike Mendez)

    Couldn't have happened in town from Footloose.

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  29. Texas Chainsaw 3D (2013)

    In Texas they toast, "To the Queen"?

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  30. The Poughkeepsie Tapes (2007)

    Compelling found footage-but a tough watch.

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  31. Belzebuth (2017)

    Face tattoos not good look on priest

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  32. Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    The Venus probe is nothing. FAKE NEWS!

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  33. Angst (1983)

    That was fucking disturbing. Sausage without sauerkraut?

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  34. Tales from the Crypt: Demon Night (1995)

    I would go out like Uncle Willy.

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

    Seaside town deals with zombiefrication’s after affects.

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  36. Don’t Look in the Basement (1973, dir S.F. Brownrigg)

    The sitar cues mean you are dead.

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  37. Vampire's Kiss (1988)

    Nicolas Cage in "HR Violation: The Movie"

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  38. In the Tall Grass (2019, dir. Vincenzo Natali)

    Interesting premise. Wonder who...? Oh. King. Figures.

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  39. Shadow of the Vampire (2000)

    Only time Willem Dafoe's acted without makeup.

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  40. 78/52 (2017)
    Great scene, great movie, gets great documentary

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  41. Child’s Play 2019: Chucky got ugly, Best product launch ever!

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  42. House III: The Horror Show (1989)

    Lance Henriksen fights electricity, son gets fatter.

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  43. "Hereditary" (2018) & "Midsommar" (2019)

    Ari Aster wants to hatefuck human heads.

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  44. House (1986, dir. Steve Miner)

    Ding-dong! You're dead. Kidding! It's pizza.

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  45. Killing Ground (2016) : Wait. What day is it NOW?

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  46. In the Tall Grass (2019). Brought to you by the GOT cinematographers.

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  47. THE EYE (2008)

    Jessica EYElba! (Sorry. Been a long day.)

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  48. The Tingler (1959)
    That thing is really disgusting until today.

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  49. Count Yorga, Vampire (1970, dir. Bob Kelljan)

    Today's favorite phrase: "miasma of putrid decay".

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  50. 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016)

    Ending would've been better without the aliens.

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  51. Halloween (2018)

    Which feature do you highlight on Zillow?

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  52. The Furies (2019)

    Real missed opportunity for some pirate eyewear.

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  53. THE FLESH AND THE FIENDS (1960)

    Excuse me, but your hippocampus is showing.

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  54. Monster Party (2018, dir. Chris Von Hoffman)

    Look how clever I am! Love me!

    OR

    Robin Tunney is too good for this.

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  55. Dog Soldiers (2002)

    The absolute best werewolf movie. Fight me.

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  56. Drag Me to Hell (2009) Dir. Sam Raimi

    Inspiring story about girl buying new coat.

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  57. One Cut of the Dead (2017)

    Like Noises Off but with zombies. Awesome!

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  58. TALES OF HALLOWEEN (2017):

    Made me wanna watch GREMLINS. That weird?

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  59. Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)

    Vickie is an imp wearing angels wings.

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    1. Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)

      Vickie is grande. But Terry? Woah Man.

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    2. Me up too late (2019)

      I need an edit key. damn extra e

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  60. Joker (2019)

    ...the feel bad movie of the year...

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  61. The Furies (2019; dir: Tony D'Aquino)

    Replace killers with spiders and that's Australia.

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  62. The Ruins(2008) Nothing a little Round Up couldn't fix.

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  63. HAXAN

    We're just gonna ignore that devil baby?

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  64. ABSURD (1981)

    Got genetic supersoldier problems? Call a priest!

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  65. Disturbing Behavior (1998)

    The song in the trailer was awesome!

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  66. Near Dark (1987)

    Pasdar trades down from Thomerson to Wright.

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  67. We Are Still Here (2015)

    So many layers of plot...and blood!

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  68. Goosebumps 2 (2018)

    My kids pick for scary movie challenge.

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  69. Evil Dead (2013, dir. Fede Alvarez)

    So much fucking hand and arm trauma.

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  70. Creature from the black lagoon (1954)

    The Gillman just wants someone to love.

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  71. Vamp (1985)

    Strippers treat customers like pieces of meat

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  72. There's Nothing Out There! (1991)

    Practical monster effects earn lots of goodwill.

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  73. Vamp (1985)
    Albino Billy Drago and Besson's Leeloo inspiration.

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  74. Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer (2007)

    Best viewed with poutine and several Molsons.

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  75. Videodrome (1983)

    Chaybee probably has a chest cavity VCR.

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  76. The Furies (2019) Dir. Tony D'Aquino

    and I'm gonna take your face.......off.

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  77. Dread (2009; dir: Anthony DiBlasi):

    The reshoot wig gives the worst performance.

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  78. Night of the Demons (1988, dir. Kevin S. Tenney)

    Someone please buy Suzie a makeup case.

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  79. Evil Dead (2013)
    Shopping List: blood, chainsaw, Blood, nails, BLOOD!!!!

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  80. Night of the Demons (1988, dir. Kevin S. Tenney)

    Horror movies need more extended dance sequences.

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  81. The Furies

    I can handle anything except eye trauma.

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  82. Friday the 13th Part 5: A New Beginning

    Don’t mind Roy over there. He’s insignificant.

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  83. The Loved Ones (Sean Byrne, 2009)
    Does this wanna be fun or grimy?

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  84. The Thing (1982)

    They could've used Rick Dalton flamethrower reinforcement.

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