Monday, October 26, 2020

2020 Scary Movie Challenge Day 26

102 comments:

  1. Fred F. Sears' THE WEREWOLF (1956, TCM) for the first time.

    Silver bullet-lacking, moonlight-be-damned atomic age-powered lycanthropic "western."

    or

    Werewolf takes socks/shoes off? Freakin' 50's!

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  2. John Carpenter and Tobe Hooper's BODY BAGS (1993, Peacock)

    Carpenter wins 1993's Best Cryptkeeper Impersonation Award.

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  3. BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER (1992, Blu-ray)

    'Why can't Hilary Swank just go AWAY?'

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  4. Little Monsters (2019 - Abe Forsythe)

    Nyong'o as Caroline: Heroine of the Month!

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  5. HÄXAN (1922, dir. Benjamin Christensen)

    This Devil is having too much fun.

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  6. The Mummy (1959) Sometimes Hammer just does Universal Monsters better.

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  7. WHAT LIES BENEATH (2000, Dir. Robert Zemeckis)

    And the Luckiest Apple Award goes to...

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  8. The Devil's Rain, dir Robert Fuest, 1975

    Shatner begins to morph into The Shape

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  9. Warlock, dir Steve Minor, 1989

    What? I only get a fucking hammer?

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  10. The Addams Family (1991)

    Wish I grew up as an Addams

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  11. The Invisible Man (1933)

    What horror film has better opening sequence?

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  12. The Prey (1983)

    Really only for John Carl Buechler completists.

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  13. THE HAPPINESS OF THE KATAKURIS (2004, dir. Takashi Miike)

    Some horror thrown into the musical proceedings.

    Or

    Family troubles, singing and dancing, dead guests.

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  14. Poltergeist II: The Other Side (1986 Dir. Brian Gibson)

    Ending goes Manitou... But not FULL Manitou.

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  15. DR SLEEP (the recent pointless sequel to the SHINING)

    People are more haunted than creepy hotels.

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  16. SLASHER HOUSE (2012)

    Not everything has to be lit green.

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  17. A Nightmare On Elm Street (1984)

    I've had GOOD dreams about cake stairs...

    Or

    Depp's mom, "This room is a mess"!

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  18. The Witches (1990)

    What’s with all the cross dressing witches?

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  19. Loved ones (2009)

    Someone is going in the burn book!

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  20. Horror Hospital (1973)

    Turn your head and Gough... Now wince!

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  21. THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1975)- First watch for ? years.

    "Janet" "Dr. Scott" "Janet" "Brad" "Rocky" Again

    Or

    Studio backing for this: only the 1970s.

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  22. Sisters

    There’s something wrong with my television screen.

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  23. Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning (1985)

    Jason must have been vacationing in Manhattan.

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  24. Hello MaryLou: Prom Night 2 (1987)

    Fuck it! Hello Marylou is Canada's Grease!

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  25. Lifeforce (1985)

    Engaging widescreen view with great practical effects.

    or

    Space vampires do not need clothes, thanks.

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  27. The Hills Have Eyes Part II (1984, dir. Wes Craven)

    You get a flashback! And you get...

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  28. BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA (1992)

    What if Lucy's dresses were even bigger?

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  29. The Tingler(1959) Vincent Price drops acid, becomes Castle's freak.

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  30. Parents (1989) director Bob Balaban

    Kid's just jealous his parents have hobbies

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  31. Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993)

    Doc you got something on your face.

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  32. Bram Stokers Dracula (1992)

    I Reeves for you my sweet Mina.

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  33. The Autopsy Jane Doe (2016)

    I so wanted her to be cake.

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

    Karaoke song misleading about who will survive.

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  35. 1408 (2007)

    Cusack's career still stuck in this room.

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  36. Holidays (2016)

    More like Holi-When will this be over..

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  37. Casper (1995)

    So children SHOULD play with dead things?

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  38. Fright Night (2011)

    Love the original, but remake is better.

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  39. Night of the Living Dead (1990)

    Love the remake, but original is better.

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  40. Berserker (1987)

    The killer is an undead viking? Bearly

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  41. A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)

    Don't sit so close to the television!

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  42. Prince of Darkness (1987, dir. John Carpenter)

    "Seen anything good lately?" always breaks ice.

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  43. Razorback (1984, dir. Russell Mulcahy)

    Maybe a dingo ate your... nope, warthog.

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  44. The Night of the Hunter (1955)

    Robert Mitchum can chase me any day.

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  45. Donnie Darko (2001)

    This might be Patrick Swayze's best movie.

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  46. Cat People (1942)

    Erotic thriller about a true cat lady.

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  47. Hour of the Wolf (1968)

    Fewer wolves (and Neesons) than The Grey.

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  48. Son of Dracula (1943)

    Dracula was clearly not a good father.

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  49. Freddy vs. Jason (2003)

    It's fun to have a rooting interest.

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  50. Midsommar (2019)

    I just couldn't bear to watch anymore.

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  51. Us (2019)

    Horror version of BBC's I love 1986

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  52. Event Horizon (1997)

    I’m excited for the Scream Factory release.

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  53. A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989)

    Dan's dream should've added a Freddy Segway.

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  54. Hush (2016)

    Writer finds voice while hand gets mangled

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  55. THE BOY (2016)

    That Lauren Cohan is quite a… doll.

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  56. The Fury (1974, dir. Brian de Palma)

    Actor/Director Cassavetes is really blowin' up!

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  57. Dolls (1987)

    Mark Jones: "Visited there once. Short trip!"

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  58. Don't Torture a Duckling (1972)

    I'll torture whatever I want, Lucio Fulci.

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  59. Blair Witch (2016)

    Was probably more effective in the theater.

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  60. Friday the 13th Part 2, Steve Minor, 1981

    Mark's training for reverse wheelchair backwards race

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  61. PSYCHO, 1998

    Shot for shot remake with more butthole

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  62. Blood Rage (1987) director John Grissmer

    Explores man's duality, and Louise Lasser's polarity

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  63. Evil Dead II

    Good luck getting that security deposit back.

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  64. SCRE4M (2011)

    MY F4VORITE SC4RY P4RT 4 FR4NCHISE ENTRY

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  66. Ready or Not (2019)

    Just a really fun movie...love it

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  67. Haunt (2019) Made masks even less enjoyable than 2020.

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  68. Eli (2019)

    Not all doctors agree on the science

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  69. The Shed (Sabatella, 2019)

    Does NOT maximize use of Frank Whaley.

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  70. DEMONOID (1981)

    Ash Williams and Thing love this movie.

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  71. Tales from the Hood (1995)

    25 years later and things remain unchanged

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  72. HACK-O-LANTERN (1988):

    Everyone in this looks like old lunchmeat.

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  73. Suspiria (2018)

    A remake?! Don't get bent outta shape!

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  74. Idle Hands (1999)

    Okay, but why is the blood glowing?

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  75. Psycho (1960)

    The origin story of Michael Richard Pence.

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  76. Cube(1997). Rubik's Cube game night goes horribly wrong.

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  77. The Night Stalker (1972) directed John Llewellyn Moxey

    Dracula's Leaving Las Vegas... via station wagon

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  78. Targets (1968, dir. Peter Bogdanovich)

    Really wish this was dated and irrelevant.

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  79. The Pit and the Pendulum (1991)

    Alright alright, gunpowder granny won me over.

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  80. Blade II (2002)

    Don't like those penis looking bitey things.

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  81. Daybreakers (2009)

    Best of Heartbreakers, Daybreakers, Spring Breakers trilogy...

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  82. CITY OF THE DEAD (1960)

    Whitewood, the foggiest town in New England.

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  83. The Invisible Man (2020)

    If only there were someone to call.

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  84. Underwater (2020)

    Bradley Whitford, this one is for you.

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  85. Halloween (1978)

    Joan Crawford's daughter would have been fucked.

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  86. EL MONSTER DEL MAR (2012)

    Somebody’s seen too many Russ Meyer movies.

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  87. Doctor Sleep (2019) Thought bartender was Larry Fessenden entire time.

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  88. The Tingler (’59, William Castle)

    Goofy, not scary yet a surprising ending.

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  89. The Innocents (1961)
    Always check Glassdoor before accepting a job.

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  90. Night of the Comet (1984)
    Everyone evaporating doesn’t seem that scary anymore.

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  91. Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives (1986)

    Tommy lives?! Drowning in questions. Please help!

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