Friday, October 2, 2020

2020 Scary Movie Challenge Day 2

134 comments:

  1. VEROTIKA (2019, Amazon Rental) for the first time.

    Fade-to-black drinking game guaranteed to kill anyone!

    or

    ♫ SPIDER-MAN SPIDER-MAN
    PUMPS CHLAMYDIA THROUGH HIS BLOOD... ♫

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  2. Peter Jackson's BAD TASTE (1987, Amazon Prime).

    Liked Wachowskis' big-budget remake "Jupiter Ascending" better.

    or

    Beatles drive Kiwi Ecto-1 to the rescue!

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  3. RIFFTRAX LIVE: HILLBILLYS IN A HAUNTED HOUSE (1967, Shout TV)

    Rathbone sleuths, Carradine creeps, Chaney smothers. Win?

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  4. Verotika, dir Glenn Danzig

    Is a Virkin anything like a Merkin

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  5. MURDER OBSESSION (1981, Dir. Riccardo Freda)

    Son returns home. Mom never stops orgasming.

    or

    Bella bambina hates plastic bats and spiders.

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  6. The Manitou (1978)

    Laser boobs beat eyeball boobs every time

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  7. The Mummy (1932)

    This is not a film about motherhood.

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  8. Spiral, Joel David Moore + Adam Green 2019

    Maybe say no to the neighbour's casserole

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    1. I love love love this movie!

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    2. I wanted to give and recieve all the hugs after watching it.

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  9. Veronika (2019)

    On and on and on and on

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  10. SLEEPAWAY CAMP 2: UNHAPPY CAMPERS (1988):

    Where no campers under 30 are allowed.

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  11. Nut allergy? The whole family is nuts!

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  12. Evil dead (2013)

    Never question the compulsive twitchy heroin addict.

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  13. Verotika (2019)

    Zoom in, zoom out, zoom at nothing.

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  14. LOST HIGHWAY (1997)
    Dir. David Lynch

    "Give me back my phone....
    ...and eyebrows."

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  15. KISS ME MONSTER (1969)

    I think Jess Franco might have… issues.

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    1. Definitely not one of Franco's better films, and it has little to do with monsters. Early Franco films like The Awful Dr. Orloff or The Diabolical Dr. Z are more suitable for this month.

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  16. The Housemaid (Cô Hâu Gái) (2016, dir. Derek Nguyen)

    Ghost! Or is it? Yes. No. Maybe?

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  17. Valentine (2001)

    Valentines? They could all use better friends.

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  18. Verotika(2020) yes another one

    Neck Breakah! Face Rippah! Me? Watch Checkah!

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  19. Planet of the Vampires (1965)

    That Bava really puts a movie together!

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  20. May (2002)

    How does "Stitch Fix" work? Asking for a friend.

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  21. Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight (1995) Dir. Ernest Dickerson

    Eyes are the crotch of the face.

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  22. The Dead Zone (1983)

    King, Cronenberg, Walken means family friendly fun.

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  23. Wishmaster (1997)

    Wes Craven presents 'I Dream of Djinnie"

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  24. Chocolate (2005) (Master of Horror)

    Wait a minute… This isn’t Johnny Depp!

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  25. The Thing (2011): The best case for discount dental care.

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  26. Lifeforce (1985): “Dude, she’s a vampire.” “I’ve dated worse.”

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  27. Silent Hill (2006)

    Town's Purge siren got stuck on repeat.

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  28. MALEVOLENT (2018)

    Is this Velma’s origin story? Jinkies, indeed.

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  29. THE SHINING (1980)

    Scariest thing is Wendy's long cigarette ash...

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  30. Lord of Salem (2012)

    "Why the goat? Why not the pig?"

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  31. Wishmaster

    Dem Bones, Dem Bones
    Gonna walk around

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  32. Zombieland: Double Tap (2019) Dir. Reuben Fleischer

    Isn't it funny they don't know Uber?

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  33. Vampyr (1932)

    Vampyr with a y cuz ve're serious.

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  34. The Ghoul (1933)

    What if Frankenstein was a little sleepy?

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  35. Arzt ohne Gewissen aka Doctor without Scruples (1959 - Falk Harnack) *first time

    Nazis without scruples - who would have thought?

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  36. Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981) director Frank De Felitta

    Oddly subdued for an early Pacino film

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  37. Hatchet
    Best trip to New Orleans i've taken.

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  38. GETAWAY (2020)

    What a strange Birds of Prey sequel.

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  39. The Horror of Dracula (1958)

    Christopher Lee sucks and is dead sexy.

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  40. Mayhem
    Office Space +Samara Weaving = Mayhem

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  41. Piranha (1978) Dir. Joe Dante

    Thankfully, the EPA has preemptively polluted everything.

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  42. Bad Reputation (2005)

    I thought 2020 couldn't get any worse.

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  43. The Beyond

    Killerpov! That conversation about Beyond the Beyond ...

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  44. Bones (2001)

    It's much better than I remember it.

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  45. Verotika (2020)

    I have sneaking suspicion that Danzig horny

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  46. Dracula (1979 with Frank Langella)

    “I have crossed hair salons of time...”

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  47. Shirley (2020)

    I am serious. And so is Shirley.

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  48. Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016)

    I haven't used my Dremel in awhile.

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  49. The Haunted Palace (1963)

    It's real estate 101 location location location.

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  50. The Divine Fury (2019 dir. Kim Joo-hwan)

    MMA exorcism movie not crazy enough unfortunately

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  51. Verotika (2019- dir. Glenn Danzig)

    The age old question... milk or beer?

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  52. ANTEBELLUM (2020 - dir. Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz)

    Not really a horror movie...but horrific.

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  53. Practical Magic (1998)
    Aidan Quinn, you must please stop mumbling.

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  54. THE HOUSE THAT SCREAMED (1969)

    Nobody tell these girls about Hanging Rock.

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  55. Day of the Dead (1985)

    Military industrial complex crumbles under own weight.

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  56. Microwave Massacre (1979)

    Terrible, I should have listened to Elric.

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  57. I See You (2019)


    Haunting? Home invasion? Serial killer? Plastic surgery!

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  58. Color Out of Space (2020)

    Just me; Meteoric-Cage is Trump voice?

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  59. Deep Rising (1998) Dir. Stephen Sommers

    Monsters ruined my dad's insurance scam too.

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  60. Wishmaster 2

    Your soul and a packet of cigarettes

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  61. Night of the Demons (1988):
    I guess you had to be there

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  62. Mayhem (2017)
    Being killed by Samara Weaving? Yes please.

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  63. God Told Me To (1976)

    Did you try just telling Him "no?"

    or

    Don't fuck the alien Jesus side vagina!

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  64. The Vampire Bat (1933)

    I miss names like Gussie and Glieb.

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  65. The Black Cat (1934)

    Frankenstein vs. Dracula in a staring contest.

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  66. Scream 2 (1997)

    Good God, Neve Campbell in this movie.

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  67. BLOODTHIRSTY (2020), Dir. Amelia Moses

    Wow, werewolves can really carry a tune.

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  68. Oculus (2013)

    Mike Flanagan's Malice Through the Looking-Glass

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  69. 12 HOUR SHIFT (2020), Dir. Brea Grant

    Mandy's hospital will get bad yelp reviews.

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  70. The Curse of Frankenstein (1957)
    Curse of Cushing: best actor in film.

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  71. The Masque of the Red Death (1964)

    Prospero's out dicked by an otter pop.

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  72. Clownado (2019)

    Why the fuck did I watch this?!

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  73. X: The Man With the X-Ray Eyes (1963)

    "Spies!
    Looking into my window,
    I watch.."

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  74. Verotika

    Apparently Glenn watches porn for the acting

    or

    *Eyes gouged, movie starts* Me: "Lucky her"

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  75. Cathy's Curse, dir Eddy Matalon 1977

    This demon torments with meaness and alcohol

    or

    As usual Canuxploition wallpaper is on point

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  76. Jennifer's Body (2009) Dir. Karyn Kusama

    The most action a "Chip" ever got.

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  77. The Lure (Córki dancingu) (2015, dir. Agnieszka Smoczynska)

    Weirder mermaid sex movie than The Lighthouse.

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  78. HALLOWEEN (1978):

    Michael’s asylum classes: Driving, hide and seek.

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  79. WEREWOLF OF WASHINGTON (1973)

    Less politics, more bowling? Works for me!

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  80. Phantom of the Megaplex (2000)

    Put this on and you'll get laid

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  81. Verotika (2019)
    Thank god it's over... wait.. Anthology?? NOOOOOOOO!

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  82. Conquest (1983)

    Who's the cinematographer on this? Liz Taylor?

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  83. 12 Hour Shift (2020) - dir. Brea Grant

    Too quirky for me. Love Brea though.

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  84. Sleepy Hollow (1999):
    This is becoming my favourite Burton movie.

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  85. The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016)
    Corpse bell humor’s great, until it backfires

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  86. Critters (1986) Dir. Stephen Hereck

    But have you tried reasoning with them?

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  87. leviathan (1989)

    What a great cast! Wow, terrible ending!

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  88. Body Parts (1991)

    Fahey's phantom fist fights, fingers and flashbacks

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  89. The Addams Family (2019)

    Never thought I'd prefer the Sonnenfeld version.

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  90. The Night of a Thousand Cats (1972)

    I wish they showed the helicopter more.

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  91. Do Not Reply (2019) - Dir. Daniel Woltosz, Walter Woltosz

    Nothing new. Not even a good kill.

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  92. Dracula (1931)

    Bela Lugosi makes a very convincing Doug

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  93. Death Proof (2007) Dir. Quentin Tarantino

    Kurt Russell's hair deserves its own credit.

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  94. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) Dir. Wes Craven

    Reading about the Balinese way of dreaming

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  95. followed (2018)

    I currently support this treatment of influencers.

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  96. The Fly (1986)
    (Shared a classic with my kid, Al. Here is their response.)
    Buzz, buzz buzz, buzz buzz, buzz: boom!

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  97. Becky (Milott and Murnian, 2020)

    Becky teams with Kevin McCallister in sequel

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  98. Beetlejuice (1988)

    Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Oh God, oh no.

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  99. Child's Play (2019)
    Good-bye credibility! I actually really liked it

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  100. Tourist Trap (1979)

    Does Andrew McCarthy jerk off to this?

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  101. HALLOWEEN (2018):

    2018 Michael: Hide and Seek Professor Emeritus.

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  102. Jennifer's Body (2009)

    Megan Fox's dick is bigger than mine.

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  103. Trick r' Treat (2007) director Michael Dougherty

    Never ask Little Red what she's Paquin

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  104. DARK DEADLY AND DREADFUL (2018)

    The moral is: never nitpick a ghost.

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  105. Shaun of the Dead (2004)

    UPDATE: Shaun of the Dead remains perfect.

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  106. CRUEL JAWS (1995, dir. Bruno Mattei)

    I can say while drunk.... it’s amazing.

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  107. Blacula (1972)

    The Hues Corporation nearly steals the movie.

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  108. Dracula (1931)

    Realized everyone but Dracula is on acid.

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  109. Paranormal Activity (2007, dir. Oren Peli)

    Judging by footprints, it’s...a dinosaur ghost?

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  110. An American Werewolf in London (1981) Dir. John Landis

    Interested for more wolf shenanigans in Europe...

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  111. Eden Lake (2008)

    Lake already has poop in it, guaranteed.

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  112. Twins of Evil (1972)

    More Peter Cushing for the Puritan pushing.

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  113. Resident Evil (2002)

    Somehow the most grounded of the series

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  114. Popcorn

    Possessor looks like a total A24 movie.

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  115. The Shining (1980)

    Jack Torrance couldn’t handle the COVID quarantine

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  116. Frankenhooker (1990)

    Okay, the titty tray made my day.

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  117. Blade 2 (2002)

    Why am I nostalgic for Nu Metal?

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    1. same. I think because I cant believe it was actually a thing

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  118. Sleepy Hollow (1999)

    Only here for Walken’s pointy little teeth.

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  119. Village of the Damned (Wolf Rilla, 1960)

    This is why I don't have children.

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  120. Hobo with a Shotgun (2011)

    Best movie based on a fictitious trailer.

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  121. Marla (2018)

    Slow




    Dull




    Movie




    Is




    Slow




    And




    Dull

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  122. Poltergeist (1982)

    I found a flaw. Chips were wasted.

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  123. Return of the Living Dead (1985) Dir. Dan O'Bannon

    Ridiculous. Absurd. There's no punks in Kentucky.

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  124. Verotika (2019)
    Why did you do this to us?

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  125. The Monster Squad (1987)

    pretty bummed when the creature got got

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  126. Halloween at Aunt Ethel's(2019)

    Better than story time at Uncle Glenn's

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