Tuesday, October 13, 2020

2020 Scary Movie Challenge Day 13

90 comments:

  1. Michael A. Simpson's SLEEPAWAY CAMP II: UNHAPPY CAMPERS (1988, Amazon Prime). First time seeing in HD.

    Behave, or Angela'll give a mean tongue-(s)lashing.

    or

    'Gargling feces.' The perfect metaphor for 2020.

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  2. Michael A. Simpson's SLEEPAWAY CAMP III: TEENAGE WASTELAND (1989, Amazon Prime). First time in HD.

    Truck versus teen equals one memorable entrance.

    or

    Michael J. Pollard's favorite movie. Wonder why.

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  3. Jim Markovic's SLEEPAWAY CAMP IV: THE SURVIVOR (71 min., DVD) for the first time.

    "Silent/Deadly Night 2"-like, minus 'GARBAGE DAY!' Disjointi-vitis!

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  4. Robert Hiltzik's RETURN TO SLEEPAWAY CAMP (86 min., DVD)

    Inventive third-act phallic kills redeem memorable shitshow.

    or

    Starting to think Hiltzik's a one-trick pony.

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  5. The Hitcher (1986)

    No, not six! It’s seven minutes abs!

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  6. Repo The Genetic Opera (2008 dir. Darren Lynn Bousman)

    Life of a Repo Man’s always intense

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  7. Dream Demon (1988 dir Harley Cokeliss)

    For richer, poorer, headless or in health

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  8. 30 DAYS OF NIGHT (2007, Dir. David Slade)

    Danny Huston fails as a Foster parent.

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  9. Scream, dir Wes Craven, 1996

    Post credit scene. Stu's parents come home.

    Or

    Craven's opening dutch angles give me life

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  10. Prometheus. 2012. Ridley Scott

    Why is Guy Pearce in this movie?

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  11. I Still Know What You Did Last Summer, dir Danny Cannon, 1998

    That radio scam seemed complicated to organize.

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  12. LISA (1990)

    Just wait until Lisa gets on Instagram.

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  13. House of Wax (1953, dir. Andre de Toth)

    Get that paddle ball outta my face!

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  14. BLOOD AND CHOCOLATE (2007)

    Sick of sparkling vampires? Here’s sparkling werewolves!

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

    Clearly, Romney was wrong; corporations aren't people.

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  16. House of Usher(1960)

    You sure Marks last name isn't O'Donnell?

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  17. House of Usher(1960)

    Madeline's all right. Its just the gaslight.

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  18. FRIDAY THE 13TH (1980)

    Teenage girl ironically quotes Hepburn then dies.

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  19. Resident Evil: Retribution (2012)

    Don't lie, they're more than guilty pleasures.

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  20. Hubie Halloween

    Julie Bowen's character acted crazier than Sandler

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  21. BEAKS (1987)

    Buy a birdfeeder. Fill it with eyeballs.

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  22. DR. JEKYLL AND SISTER HYDE (1971, dir. Roy Ward Baker)

    Bates becomes Beswick by butchering beautiful bombshells.

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  23. The Witches (1990, dir. Nicolas Roeg)

    I HAVE THE BEST POTIONS. BEAUTIFUL POTIONS!!!

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  24. Perfect Blue (1999:USA) Director Satoshi Kon

    Graceful, gratuitous, gruesome. Grateful for finding it.

    (Sorry if this is a repost, I couldn't find my earlier comment!)

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  25. The Raven (1963)
    Corman keeps unemployed actors off the streets.

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  26. HELLRAISER: JUDGMENT (2018)

    The stuffing’s gone out of this pincushion.

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  27. The Howling 1981

    Pervasive cultural references and Werewolf in-jokes

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  28. The Dark Half (1993)

    Stephen King and George Romero's Basket Case

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  29. Amityville Horror: The Evil Escapes (1989, dir. Sandor Stern)

    The movie's highlight: spotting Star Trek actors.

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  30. Frankenhooker (1991 - Frank Henenlotter)

    Should be 4th "great" Episode of Verotika.

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  31. The House That Jack Built (2018)

    Unexpected prequel to There's Something About Mary
    or
    Incident #6, Lars kills m'wife with pretention.

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  32. THE BABYSITTER (2017)

    Believing that Weaving is leaving me heaving.

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  33. Comedy of Terrors (1963)

    Geriatrics run amuck in one coffin town.

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  34. Terrified (2017)

    My neighborhood watch training didn't cover this!

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  35. 1BR (2020)

    What if The Invitation was a co-op?

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  36. Wishmaster (1997)

    Look at my, p-p-p-poker face! Poker face!

    or

    Wish to play Djinn Rummy with Divoff

    or

    Tammy Lauren is my 2020 spirit animal

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  37. Tales From the Darkside: The Movie
    Would undoubtedly let Debbie Harry eat me

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  38. HUBIE HALLOWEEN (2020):

    The thermos gag deserves a cinematic universe.

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

    Tommy: "It's missing something... aha!" *pops collar*

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  40. Happy Death Day, dir Christopher Landon, 2017

    I would have kept eating the cupcake.

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  41. My Soul to Take (2010)

    It's been 10 years. It's a masterpiece!

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  42. Halloween: Resurrection (2002)

    Michael Myers never been such a Busta.

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  43. The Gallows (2015)

    ehhh it's a perfectly fine hang movie.

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  44. The Loved Ones (2009)

    This guy learned parenting from Donald Trump.

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  45. Shivers (1975, dir. David Cronenberg)

    Sex parasites? No!! From Barbara Steele? Reconsidering...

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  46. Black Box (2020)

    Doctor's treatment solves problem of expensive housing.

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  47. The Shining (1980)

    Family isolation causes insanity, you don't say?

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  48. Re-Animator (1985)

    Seeking Doctor with good head on shoulders

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  49. Patrick (1978)

    Patrick is a real piece of shit.

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  50. Trick or Treats (1982)

    More justification to not have any kids.

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  51. The Gravedancers (2006)

    I wonder how Prison Break holds up.

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  52. Halloween 4 : The Return Of Michael Myers (1988)

    Blonde Michael Myers mask is still jarring.

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  53. THE BABYSITTER: KILLER QUEEN (2020)

    What A.I. writes after reading 10,000 screenplays.

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  54. Doctor Sleep (2019) Director's Cut

    Movie really effective at ruining bath time.

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  55. Psycho II (1983)

    Wow, Robert Loggia really sticks the landing.

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  56. Books of Blood (2020)

    Books of Blood no Book of Blood.

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  57. Bats (1999)

    Stop recommending this Prime! Oh, Dina Meyer.

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  58. You're Next (2011)

    I like my brains over-easy not scrambled

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  59. BLOOD MANIA (1970):

    “Blood mania” is apparently just “being horny.”

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  60. Save Yourselves! (2020)

    Some funny moments. I kinda liked it.

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  61. Funny Games (1997)

    As fun as watching a phone dry.

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  62. Zombieland (2009)

    I followed rule 32 while watching this.

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  63. Scream 4 (2011) Dir. Wes Craven

    Half the dialog is "Who wrote this?"

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  64. SNOW WHITE: A TALE OF TERROR (1997)

    Sigourney and Sam deserve better than this.

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  65. Ghost in the Machine (1993)

    This movie's fun bad. Shevonne Durkin's cute.

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  66. The Stuff (1985)

    Unorthodox diet craze: the pounds ooze off.

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  67. Mark of the Vampire (1935)

    Spooky and atmospheric until Barrymore shows up.

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  68. 3 from Hell (2019)

    Otis sounds exactly like Will Forte here

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  69. Doctor Sleep (directors cut: 2019) director Mike Flanagan

    Can't sleep, Dick Holloran won't stop scatting

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  70. The Hidden (1987) dir by Jack Sholder

    Thrilled by the fire pissing dog's cameo

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  71. DRACULA REBORN (2015)

    More like Dracula Re-Boring. (I got nothin’)

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  72. Doctor Sleep (2019) dir by Mike Flanagan

    Choose life..or wait maybe choose shining

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  73. Friday the 13th: Part 2 (1981, dir. Steve Miner)

    Where we're going we don't need bras

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  74. Fright Night (2011)

    2011 somehow more sexually regressive than 1985.

    or

    Shots intended for 3D really stick out.

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  75. THE GATE (1987, dir. Tibor Takรกcs)

    Demon daddy gives gooey head.

    That’s gross.

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  76. VelociPastor (2018)

    Really bad late career project for Barney.

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  77. Suspiria (2018)
    Mennonite girl dances to Berlin, blows minds.

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  78. Hubie Halloween

    Did Nick Fury appear after the credits?

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  79. Ravenous

    I would be the first one eaten.

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  80. Creepshow (1982) dir by George A. Romero

    Evil Leslie Nielson..sorry, just too good!

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  81. The Evil (1978)

    Hell's like a York Peppermint Pattie commercial?

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  82. The Monster Club (1981)

    Yes! Just press mute during the songs.

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  83. Fright Night (1985)
    Chris Sarandon, won’t you be my neighbor?

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  84. Dolls (1987)
    The Toy Story no one talks about.

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  85. Final Destination 3 (’06, James Wong)

    This movie’s pro safety regulations, anti litterbugs.

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  86. Felt (’14, Banker)

    Local filming locations are only good thing.

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  87. Hellbound Hellraiser 2 (198l)

    These aren't your mother's Jim Henson puppets!

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  88. Friday the 13th The Final Chapter (1984)

    Friday the 13th Reboot with Feldman?

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