Sunday, October 11, 2020

2020 Scary Movie Challenge Day 11

112 comments:

  1. HALLOWEEN: THE CURSE OF MICHAEL MYERS (Theatrical Cut, 1995, Blu-ray)

    Haddonfield/Smith's Grove: Illinois' own Metropolis/Gotham.

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    Michael turns against fellow cultists, denounces Trump.

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  2. HALLOWEEN 6: THE CURSE OF MICHAEL MYERS (Producers'Cut, 1995/2014, Blu-ray)

    Everybody shitpiles on Danielle Harris in absentia.

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    Better, longer, but still nowhere near entertaining

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  3. Steve Miner's HALLOWEEN H20 (1998, Blu-ray)

    Michael's back... all 781,439 versions of him.

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    Joseph Gordon-Levitt lucks out, leaves movie early.

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  4. Steve Miner's HALLOWEEN: RESURRECTION (2002, Blu-ray)

    Starbuck's great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-granddaughter skipped family's good acting gene.

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  5. I AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER (2016, Dir. Billy O'Brien)

    Where we're going we don't need skin.

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  6. Mad Love, Karl Freund, 1935

    Be careful when monologuing to your mannequin

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    1. Galatea! Such a crazy movie, it deserves a re-watch.

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  7. Eyes Without a Face, dir Georges Franju, 1960

    More skin jigging than shown in Face/Off

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  8. Frankenhooker, dir Frank Henenlotter 1990

    The bows on frankenhookers' shoes are adorable

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    1. Or

      Electric drill perfect cure for itchy
      brain

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  9. Death Becomes her (1992)

    Meryl Streep and Goldie Hawn are smashing…

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  10. The Babysitter (2017)

    Samara's weaving a plan to murder nerds.

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  11. Halloween (2018)

    Blurs line between callbacks and fan service

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    Greer’s the Karen the world needs now

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  12. THE INNOCENTS (1961, dir. Jack Clayton)

    Damn, Flanagan’s new show seemed really short.

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  13. Predator (1987, new 4k disc)

    Not horror? It meets JB's four archetypes.

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  14. ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN (1948)

    Actually, he’s named I Don’t Know’s monster.

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  15. Brain Dead (1990)

    Both Bills and a bunch of brains.

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  16. Get Out (2017 - Jordan Peele)

    It was late revenge for the deer.

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  17. The Invisible Man (2020)

    So it could've been Kevin Bacon, right?

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  18. The Devil Bat (1940)

    Devil bat easily thwarted by closed windows.

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  19. City of the Living Dead (1980)

    We JUST spackled that gateway to hell!

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  20. The Cleansing Hour(2019)

    Patreon supporters get access to special possession

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  21. Alien 3 (1992)

    Kudos to those who like this one

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  22. The Haunting in Connecticut (2009)

    U.S. healthcare system is kinda fucked, eh?

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  23. Th Frighteners (1996)

    Fake Ghost Buster Takes on Fake Reaper

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  24. The Covenant (2006)

    Boy-Craft is peak 2000s horror.

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  25. The Monster Club (1981)

    What Amicus was always missing: POP ROCK!

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  26. Hollow Man (2000)

    I've seen Kevin's bacon more than mine

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  27. Poltergeist III (1988)

    Tangina crosses over. Small medium at large.

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  28. 31 (2016)

    It's like The Running Man, but bloodier.

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  29. ROSE PLAYS JULIE (2019):

    HARD CANDY meets REVENGE meets RAW meets...

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  30. Hocus Pocus (1993, dir. Kenny Ortega)

    The kid's got some awesome drumming skills.

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  31. Tourist Trap (1979)

    Axe the remake that'd make Chuck proud.

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  32. BATS (1999)

    These bats are kind of adorable, actually.

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  33. May (2002) director Lucky McKee

    Cracking glass a sign of sanity, right?

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  34. Children of the Corn (1984)

    It's pretty cornographic right from the beginning.

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  35. Messiah of Evil (1973)

    Blue Man Group member starts craving flesh.

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  36. Puppet Master (1989)

    Paul Le Mat doesn't seem particularly invested.

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  37. THE VELEVET VAMPIRE (1971)

    She’s done it! She’s ensconced in velvet!

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  38. House on Haunted Hill (1959)

    "Boss, what's our budget for skeletons?" "No"

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  39. Zombie(1979) Hell is full. Next stop, THE BEACH!

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  40. LEAP OF FAITH: WILLIAM FRIEDKIN ON THE EXORCIST (2019):

    I need Friedkin to start a podcast.

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  41. TRUCKS (1999)

    Your overdrive is somewhat less than maximum.

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  42. Friday the 13th Part 2

    Among all his sharp objects, no scissors?

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  43. Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990)

    Even Clamp would be better than Trump.

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  44. Aenigma (1987)

    I enjoyed this more than I expected.

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  45. Motel Hell (1980)

    It takes all kinds...no, just humans.

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  46. You Should Have Left (2020)

    I have Bacon on my cheat days.

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  47. Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (1990)

    It's the franchises first Foree into indestructibility.

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  48. Hellbound: Hellraiser II (1988) director Tony Randel

    Hell is an eternity of pediatric wordplay

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  49. Tales From The Darkside : The Movie (1990)

    Great cast, and better than Creepshow 2?

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  50. Possessor (2020, dir. Brandon Cronenberg)

    Like Face/Off but with grievous stab wounds

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  51. Alien (1979)
    Chestbursting still looks like it really Hurts.

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  52. Event Horizon (1997)
    Why build ship that's so darn spooky?

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  53. Like force (1985)
    Heard Patrick Stewart was naked throughout. Lies!

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  54. The Thing from Another World (1951)

    Now that is what I call vege-might!

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  55. THE EXORCIST (1973):

    And? My kid does this every night.

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  56. Before I wake (2016)

    It's ok if you eat my husband.

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  57. INVASION OF THE BEE GIRLS (1973):

    Bees from space cause death by sex.

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  58. Def By Temptation (1990)

    I'm gonna watch this 100 more times

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  59. LITTLE MONSTERS (2019, dir. Abe Forsythe)

    More Taylor Swift in zombie movies please?

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  60. House by the Cemetary, dir Lucio Fulci, 1981

    Lucy thought about keeping Bob in basement.

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  61. Body Bags (1993)

    Never thought I'd see Mark Hamill's balls.

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  62. Brain Damage (1988)

    And this is your brain on slugs.

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  63. Friday the 13th Part III

    We're just switching to Roman numerals, eh?

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  64. Prom Night (Paul Lynch, 1980)

    These kids aged twenty years in six

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  65. 976-Evil (1988)

    Hm. Huh. Um. Ugh. (Sighs). Squints. Nope.

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  66. The Exorcist III (1990, William Peter Blatty)

    Of course! Of COURSE Fabio's in heaven!

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  67. Friday the 13th Part III (1982)

    I'll take Shelly over Rick any day.

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  68. Jaws 2 (1978)

    Despite his great name, Michael is useless.

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  69. Anaconda

    Not a good day for Ice Cube.

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  70. Pitch Black (2000)

    Think Riddicks's crime was stealing dvd players?

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  71. Hatchet II (201)

    The one that Tony Todd goes topless.

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  72. Red Snow 2: Red vs. Dead (2014)

    It would take more than seven words..

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  73. THE AMITYVILLE HORROR (1979)

    1970s housewives dressed like Swiss Miss ads?

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  74. Dream Demon ('88, Cokeliss)

    British mannerisms and female friendship on display

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  75. Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983)

    Might be where my spider fears began.

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  76. I Married a Witch (1942)

    Veronica Lake almost as adorable as Erika.

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  77. Two on a Guillotine (1965)

    Joker wants daughter's/wife's/Connie Francis's head.

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  78. The Boy (2016)

    I've seen The Boy so many times.

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  79. Kill, Baby...Kill (1966)

    Thought this was favorite Bava. Was wrong.

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  80. The House on Sorority Row (1982)

    Pool was gross even before dead body.

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  81. Harvest Lake (2016)

    Sexy movie about sex with the woods.

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  82. DIE MONSTER DIE (1965)

    If Stan Lee wrote a Karloff movie.

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  83. Piranha 3DD(2012)

    Continues the franchise tradition of penile torture

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  84. Takes from the Hood(1995)

    KKK Comeuppance: We all see it right?

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  86. Scream 4 (2011)

    Direction has finally caught up with screenwriting

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  87. Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984)

    Joseph “Slow Motion Leap Through Glass” Zito

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  88. Friday the 13th Part II (1981) director Steve Minor

    Jason's place looks like a sheet hole

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  89. The Brood (1979)

    Classier alternate title? A Womb with a View

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    Brood in attic beats skeletons in closet

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    2. Counting (and spelling) are hard. Fixed it. not sure which works better.

      Alternate title? A Womb with a View
      or
      Classier title? A Womb with a View

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  90. Spiral (2019)

    Ugh white people in small suburban towns...

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  91. Leprechaun (1993)

    Canadian Thanksgiving saved by the orange prick

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  92. Just Before Dawn (1981)

    Under pressure, Constance develops the Reverse Heimlich.

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  93. Two revisits of films I love. "Doom Asylum" and "Pontypool".

    Patty Mullen's laugh and boobs, McHattie's voice.

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  94. I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998)

    I know what you did, Jack Black...

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  95. Tales from the Hood (1995)

    Prefer Hell to funeral home basement anyway

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  96. The Human Monster (1939)

    Lugosi listlessly leads large, lowly, lumpy lout.

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  97. Ernest Scared Stupid (1991)

    Trolls have same power as Indian cupboard.

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  98. Mortuary (1983)

    Should have just listened to those records.

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  99. The Fly (1986)

    Jeff Goldblum goes to pieces Cronenbergian style.

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  100. Color Out of Space (2019)

    Mom, you really need to let go.

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  101. WNUF Halloween Special (2013)

    For no frills, go directly to Phil’s!

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