Saturday, October 10, 2020

2020 Scary Movie Challenge Day 10

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  1. Renny Harlin's EXORCIST: THE BEGINNING (2004, Epix)

    Priest-turned-archeologist sulks, sweats, sins, survives, succeeds. EXCELSIOR!

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    Hyenas versus small children. Spoilers: hyenas win.

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  2. Paul Schrader's DOMINION: PREQUEL TO THE EXORCIST (2005, Tubi)

    More like "Catholic Guilt: The Motion Picture."

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    Furniture rearranged. Unfinished structure still underwhelming, disjointed.

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  3. LA MALDICIÓN DE LA LLORONA/ THE CURSE OF THE CRYING WOMAN (1961)

    Mexican but much like an Italian production.

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    Has a bit of everything. Really fun.

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  4. The Wretched (2020)

    Drunk watch, zero chance of remembering tomorrow

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  5. A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child

    The Hopkins Bump is real, believe that

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  6. Lindsay October 10, 2020 at 2:31 AM

    Re-Animator, dir Sturat Gordon, 1985

    Dr. Hill is the ultimate Dick Head

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  7. Hubie Halloween, dir Steven Brill, 2020

    Marco. Werido. Actually earned a surprise giggle

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  8. WISHMASTER (1997, Dir. Robert Kurtzman)

    Divoff giving slut-eye? As you wish.

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  9. The Mothman Prophesies (2002)

    What's in his pocketsessss? CHAPSTICK??! Moth Meh.

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  10. Bride of Frankenstein, dir James Whale, 1935

    Stirring the pot is Pretorius' real weakness

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  11. Cape Fear (1991 - Martin Scorsese)

    Is that the Joker leaving the prison?

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  12. Vampires vs. the Bronx:

    Reverse racism! Vamp lives matter too, guys!

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  13. Cutting Class (1989)

    Solving math problems with Brad Pitt’s penis.

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  14. The Undying Monster (1942)

    Can I just say "boring" seven times?

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  15. Hubie Halloween (2020)

    Waterboy remake with a thick Halloween overlay

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    1. seriously...WHY he talkin like that again? WHYYYY?

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  16. Abbott & Costello Meet Dr. Jeckyl & Mr. Hyde (1953)

    Woman's suffrage subplot really gets short shrift.

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  17. The Visitor, Michael J Paradise, 1979

    Watching John Huston Play Pong is endearing

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    Franco Nero plays an intergalactic Space Jesus

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    I didn't know Hawks were pro life

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    1. I first watched The Visitor on a big screen with a crowd. It was a fun experience of collective bewilderment.

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  18. THE LURE (2015)

    Love the new sea foam Pringles flavor.

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  19. Mom and Dad

    Dramatization of slow weekend at Cage's house

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  20. MERMAID: LAKE OF THE DEAD (2018)

    This movie rules! But, mermaid or ghost?

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  21. Paranormal Activity 3 (Joost & Schulman, 2011)

    Step parenting can be back breaking work

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  22. Blue Sunshine (1977)

    Fuck lady, let the kid have pudding

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    Past drug use leads to bald butchering.

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  23. The Wolf of Snow Hollow (2020)

    Fargo with a "werewolf". Annoying lead. Unfunny.

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  24. The Wolf of Snow Hollow (2020)

    The best movie I've seen all year

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  25. House on Haunted Hill (1999)

    When Chris Kattan got the “and” credit.

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  26. Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight (1995)

    Next battle, demons all wear safety goggles.

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  27. The Cleansing Hour (2020)

    Should have called it The Douchebag Exorcist.

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  28. The Invisible Man (2020)

    Pitch: "Sleeping With The Enemy" meets "Predator."

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  29. MERMAID’S SONG (2019)

    Killer mermaid barely in killer mermaid movie.

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  30. Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)

    Who wears short shorts? horror short shorts

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  31. Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors

    Best credits song or best credits song?

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  32. Bloodspell a.k.a The Boy From Hell (1988) Dir. Deryn Warren

    Featuring Miss Geist from the film "Clueless"!

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  33. The Apparition (2012)

    Bucky, Alice & Malfoy do some stuff.

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  34. Stuck (2007)

    Yep, this movie is still really good.

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  35. MERMAID ISLE (2019)

    More like Isle of Angry Guys Yelling.


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  36. Zombie (1979)

    "You're gonna need a...BRAINS." - underwater zombie

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  37. Continuing my first viewing marathon into Friday the 13th:

    Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning(1985) "People toss" lost art form of killing

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  38. Stepfather 2 (1989)

    Caroline Williams gives a great death face.

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  39. The Hidden (1987)

    To live and die in L... ALIEN!?

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  40. Ginger Snaps (2000)

    High school fear of girl/werewolves totally justified.

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  41. The Midnight Meat Train (2008)

    B-Coops can midnight meat train me anytime.

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  42. PSYCHO II (1983): Good Movie. Great Sequel. AMAZING Shovel gag.

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  43. ANYTHING FOR JACKSON (2020):

    Some grandparents love FOX. Mine love satan.

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  44. THE MERMAID’S CURSE (2019)

    Filmmakers, don’t make actresses swim through crud.

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  45. The Reaping (2007)

    So obvious, all the signs were there.

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  46. The Lost Boys (1987)

    I fantasize about organizing that comic store.

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  47. Red Dragon (2002)

    It's good but it's still no Manhunter.

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  48. Friday The 13th (1980)

    Crazy Ralph biked 40 miles while drunk?

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  49. The Innocents (1961 dir. Jack Clayton)

    These little brats need Mary Poppins instead

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  50. The Babadook (2014)

    Hereditary kid vs Babadook kid - dream sequel.

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  51. BLUE MY MIND (2017)

    “Legs… she knows how to fuse them…”

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  52. Return of the Living Dead Part II (1988)

    Redo first, replace all jokes with screaming.

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  54. Pieces

    Kung fu, Bluteo, jigsaws and chainsaws, Baaaaaaaastards.....



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  55. FeardotCom (2002)

    Pairs nicely with your favorite Evanescence video.

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  56. Tales from the Crypt Presents: Bordello of Blood (1996, dir. Gilbert Adler)

    Shut up. You had me at "bordello".

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  57. Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight (1995, dir. Ernest Dickerson)

    Never listen to your friend Billy Zane.

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  58. MERMAID DOWN (2019)

    Death by flipper. Is that a first?

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  59. Ghost Ship (2002)

    Gonna say it. I had a maritime.

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  60. SLEEPY HOLLOW (1999, dir. Tim Burton)

    The horseman really just needed a dentist.

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  61. Blood Feast (1963)

    Think they got it? Nope - more exposition.

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  62. Found Footage 3D (DeGennaro, 2016)

    Mediocre movies merit making meta mediocre movie

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  63. MR. BOOGEDY (1986, dir. Oz Scott)

    One second longer would’ve overstayed it’s welcome.

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  64. NIGHT TIDE (1961)

    What a strange remake of Anchors Aweigh.

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  65. The Sender (1982)

    Darling, you send me...right to sleep.

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  66. The Addams Family (1991)

    It's still fun. Needed more Hammer songs.

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  67. Poltergeist (1982)

    The community pool is always so crowded.

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  68. Don't Look Now (1973)

    "Saw that coming," says a filthy liar.

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  69. House on Haunted Hill (1999)

    The hill seems perfectly fine to me.

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  70. Wes Craven's New Nightmare (1994, dir. Wes Craven)

    Freddy got some meta on his bones.

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  71. The Wicker Man (1973)

    Christopher Lee sports a nice woman’s haircut.

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  72. The Exorcist III (1990)
    Billy Bibbit's treatment is going really poorly

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  75. Hocus Pocus (1993)

    Perfect movie to half watch carving pumpkins

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  76. Silver Bullet (1985)

    Big Ed had the eyepatch before Nadine.

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  77. Poltergeist (1982)

    This is why pools aren't worth it.

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  78. The Horror Show (1989)

    Ain’t Cronenberg, but does contain chest vagina

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  79. House on Haunted Hill(1999)


    Million Bucks? I'd Stay. Get it Lisa?

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  80. Spree (2020)

    "#Horror" did the concept better 5yrs ago.

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  81. Casper (1995)

    That Mel Gibson cameo sure aged well.

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  82. The Lighthouse (2019)

    Spoiler: Robert Pattinson fucks a mermaid...maybe.

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  83. SHE CREATURE (2001)

    Came for mermaid. Stayed for Carla Gugino.

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  84. The Revenge of Frankenstein (Fisher, 1958)

    Yeah, Doctor Stein...that will fool them!

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  85. Hubie Halloween (2020)

    Like if Stephen Hopkins made Ernest movies.

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  86. Halloweentown (1998)

    My son loves it. It's just Fine.

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  87. It Follows (2014)

    Safe sex saves the suburbs from something.

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  88. The Hills Have Eyes (1987)

    Hills ain't got no sense of smell!

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  89. Alien Raiders (2008)

    Alien Monster just trying to get groceries.

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  90. House of Wax (2005)

    My time at the Hilton went aliright.

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  91. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978) director Phillip Kaufman

    Cloning so real they faked Jessica Harper

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  92. Martyrs (2008)

    This movie will get under your skin.

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  93. Martyrs (2015)

    I'd rather be crucified than rewatch this.

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  94. Antebellum (2020)

    This, like everything, needs more Jenna Malone.

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  95. The Thing (1982)

    Norwegians are terrible shots, Americans are deadeyes.

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  96. WolfCop (2014)

    Why didn't WolfCop fuck her doggy style?

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  97. Castle Freak (1995)

    Great monster performance... More like Castle Streep!

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  98. The Shining (1980 Stanley Kubrick)
    Hot take; this movie is pretty good.

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  99. Frailty (2001 Bill Paxton)
    Raising a Murderer, a complete parents guide.

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  100. The House of the Devil (2009 Ti West)
    More movies should have Walkman dance montages.

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    1. Thir13en Ghosts (2001)

      Disgusting fat man baby is TOO familiar.

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  102. Skyggenes dal (AKA Valley of Shadows) (2017, dir. Jonas Matzlow Gulbrandson)

    Pre-teen Norwegian walkabout probes primordial lycanthrope legend

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  103. Doctor Sleep(2019). Krueger,Jason, Myers, meet Rose the Hat

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  104. Street Trash (1987)

    Gutter gout gets groin grabbing grime game.

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  105. KILLER MERMAID (2014)

    Nero fiddles while mermaid burns… the screen!

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  106. Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    Humans give zombies big assist in kills.


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  107. CRY OF THE WEREWOLF (1944)

    No transformations, just editing and a dog.

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  108. Dark Skies (2013 Scott Stewart)
    Never knew aliens hated birds so much

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  109. The Wolf of Snow Hollow (’20, Jim Cummings)

    A fine final role for Robert Forster

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