Saturday, October 3, 2020

2020 Scary Movie Challenge Day 3

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    1. Tod Browning's DRACULA (1931, TCM).

      Sidney Prescott's right: Never fuck with original!

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  2. SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT PART 2 (1987, DVD).

    Who knew recycling was so much fun.

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    Still waiting for "Chaos: The Motion Picture!"

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  3. VEROTIKA (2019, Amazon Renta) with the FThisMovie Commentary Track.

    "Sin City" aspirations meet "Amazing Bulk" reality.

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    With 100% more honest-to-goodness, award-winning filmmaker opinion.

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  4. Homecoming (2005)

    Simpsons was wrong. The Dead vote democratic.

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  5. THE PERFUME OF THE LADY IN BLACK (1974, Dir. Francesco Barilli)

    Flimsy Mimsy Morphs Into Monstrous Murder Mommy.

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  6. Paranormal Activity 2 (2010, dir. Tod Williams)

    Three people wrote this. Now that’s scary.

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  7. Predator 2 dir Stephen Hopkins 1990

    All of Paxton's line readings are gold

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  8. Contamination, dir Luigi Cozzi 1980

    Just sitting here watching an egg breathe

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  9. Lifeforce 1985 Tobe Hooper

    Contact with foreign bats creates global crisis.

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  10. I Married a Witch (1944 - RenΓ© Clair) *first time

    Not scary - yet a fine Halloween flick.

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  11. Time Lapse (2014, dir. Bradley King)

    Characters accept the crazy premise surprisingly quickly.

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    1. As easy as it admittedly is to poke holes in it, I liked the twist on the usual setup of "time" movies, and really enjoyed it!

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  12. The Babysitter: Killer Queen (2020)

    Mononymous Man makes movie
    transcending Terminator Talvation

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  13. Darlin' (2019 dir. Polyanna Macintosh)

    Woman's bad habit has only just benun.

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  14. Night of the Eagle (1962 dir. Sidney Hayers)

    Witch wages war while wielding winged waptor

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  15. 13 Ghosts, dir Steve Beck

    In glass houses ghosts throw first stone

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  16. Wishmaster 3

    I wish Divoff was in this movie

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  17. The Damned thing

    For Patrick

    Masters of horror. Season 2 ep 1
    Director Tobe Hooper


    Ted Raimi as a priest! I'm in

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  18. AFTER LIFE (2009)

    Liam Neeson wearing Crocs: the TRUE horror!

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  19. Starry Eyes

    Silent Scream, disappointingly not a Chaplin slasher

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  20. Francis Ford Coppola's Bram Stoker's DRACULA (1992)

    Gary Oldman says he's bringing SEXY DRAC!

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  21. Waxwork (1988)

    Still more fun than going to Branson

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  22. Antebellum (2020)

    "Bad because the trailer is deceiving" - IMDB

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  23. Strangler vs Strangler (1984)

    Murder, media, mass mania! Delightful Serbian satire.

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  24. The Shape of Water. 2017. Guillermo del Toro

    Fish monster gets more action than me.

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  25. MONSTROSITY (1963)

    The little old zombie lady from Pasadena.

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  26. TO THE DEVIL A DAUGHTER (1976, dir. Peter Sykes)

    Underaged nudity makes this Hammer’s creepiest yet!

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  27. Terrifier (2016)

    3:1 odds in Eli Roth’s spank bank?

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  28. Spiral (2020)

    In order of watching.... Interesting. Creepy. AAAAAAAAAA!

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  29. Halloween (2007)

    Love hurts. So does a big knife.

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  30. House of 1000 Corpses (2003)

    Denise's dad doesn't deserve daughter's deadly detour.

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  31. The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue (AKA Let Sleeping Corpses Lie) (1975)

    Don't trust anyone over 30... decimeters deep!

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  32. Tales From The Darkside: The Movie (1990)
    "Mark Margolis was always that old, huh?"

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  33. LEGION (2010)

    The little old demonic lady from Pasadena.

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  34. Cat People (1942)

    Predatory psychotherapist get what's coming to him

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  35. Horror Roulette wheel #2: Lost Gully Road 2017 Dir. Donna McRae

    Quiet little indie. Great setting. Nice surprise!

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  36. Terror in the aisles (1984)

    This is cool....wait, why’s Nighthawks here?

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  37. The Howling (1981) director Joe Dante

    Shame what happened to Robert Picardo's hairline

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  38. Halloween 2 (2009)

    Studio: Make all characters unlikable.

    Rob: Done!

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  39. THE ADDAMS FAMILY (1991);

    So, Thing is a sex toy, right?

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  40. Salem's Lot (1979)

    James Mason pronounces "Kurt" very, very unusually.

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  41. SILVER BULLET (1985, dir. Dan Attias)

    Sheriff isn’t concerned enough about Corey’s “wheelchair”.

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  42. Boogeyman (2005)

    I wish stuff like this really happened

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  43. Jaws 2 (1978)

    Starting to think this Mayor is incompetent.

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  44. Bliss (2019)

    Wanna know how a drug overdose feels?

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  45. The Final Terror

    I don’t have anything witty to say.

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  46. STARFISH (2018)

    Pretty Blonde Girl is Sad: The Movie!

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  47. Thinner (1996)

    Back when they’d adapt King’s grocery list

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  48. Man's Best Friend (1993)

    I don't recommend Henriksen's dog sitting service.

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    That poor pup was treated pretty Sheedy.

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  49. Frankenstein (1931)

    “...no decay. Just a *shitload* of stitches.”

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  50. Theatre of Blood (1973)

    Price is surfing the river of ham!

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  51. House on Haunted Hill (1959)

    Wish my basement had convenient acid vat.

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  52. Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation (1995)

    Not just good, it's alright, alright, alright!

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  53. House of 1000 Corpses (2003)

    Fried chicken from gas station surprisingly good.

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  54. Shivers (1975) director David Cronenberg

    But what if slugs had nipple eyes?

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  55. The Howling (1981)

    Christopher Stone is Michelob Ultra Tom Atkins

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  56. A Quiet Place (2018)

    Yelling loudly helps me break the tension

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  57. Sea Fever(2019) Sunny Sojourn at Sea sunk by Ginger

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  58. THE OTHER LAMB (2019)

    Is this horror, or Jared Leto biopic?

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  59. Bite (2015)

    Extra Points: Eating slimy foods during viewing

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  60. Isle of The Dead (1945)

    Val Lewton's Various Viral Vampire Village. "Vorvolaka?"

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  61. The Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985)

    The Queer Cinema of the Nightmare series.

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  62. A Nightmare On Elm Street (1984)

    Unfunny early stuff from America's favourite humorist.

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  63. Scream 3(2000)

    Every 2021 movie "pulled a Stab 3"

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  64. Feardotcom(2002) Fear Inducing websites? Harbinger of social media

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  65. Odd Thomas (2013, dir. Stephen Sommers)

    Willem Dafoe should be named Willem Dafriend.

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  66. The Fall of the House of Ushers (1960)

    Seems easy to defeat Usher...just fart.

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  67. Witchfinder General (1968)

    Test is easy it's pass or fail.

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  68. Peeping Tom (1960)

    I was expecting more creeping and peeping.

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  69. Cam (2018)
    final Lola battle unsettling, but still tipped

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  70. Evil Dead 2013 Bluray import longer version

    Extra nail gun fun makes me smile


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  71. The Black Room (1935)

    Stop. Nobody leaves without singin the blues.

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  72. Mad Love (1935)

    Chris O'Donnell is uglier than I remember.

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  73. The Man Who Changed His Mind (1936)

    Hi! I'm Lord Haslewood's handsome son Dick!

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  74. Song at Midnight (1937)

    Chinese Phantom of the Opera / Pizza Face

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  75. The Terror of Tiny Town (1938)

    Not gonna say a god damn thing.

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  76. SATAN’S BLADE (1984)

    Finally, a horror movie where everybody’s horny.

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  77. The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939)

    Foreigners? You came yesterday. We came today.

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  78. The Driller Killer (1979)

    New York was typecast in the 70's

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  79. Brainscan (1994)

    Furlong sweats profusely and chugs milk. Recommended.

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  80. HOCUS POCUS (1993):

    This is why my virginity terrified me.

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  81. Death of Me (2020) Dir. Darren Lynn Bousman

    Darren Lynn finally makes an okay film.

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  82. Mortuary (1983)

    Beware of flying tires and human cigarettes

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  83. Vampires vs. the Bronx (2020)
    Vampires?...sure
    Priests drinking sprite? ...nah, unrealistic

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  84. THE THING (1982)
    Dir. John Carpenter

    Kurt Russell's magnificent beard saves Earth....maybe.

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  85. Alone (2020)

    Nature is indifferent while Man is wicked.

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  86. A Cold Night's Death (1973)

    It's okay. The monkeys are just cold.

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  87. SCREAM 2 (1997, dir. Wes Craven)

    Screw Ghostface for cockblocking Gail and Dewey.

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  88. Psycho II (1983)

    If not one thing it's a mother.

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  89. The Babysitter: Killer Queen (McQ, 2020)

    Now with one hundred percent less babysitting

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  90. Warm Bodies (2013).
    Boney threat more relevant now than then.

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  91. Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, dir Raja Gosnell, 2004

    Where disco lives at bad guy's bar

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  92. Sleepy Hollow (1999)

    This movie would trigger Ned Stark's kids.

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  93. Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995)

    Alice Harford's a rich man's Kara Strode

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  95. Critters (1986)

    Best part is when the critter swears.

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  96. Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969)

    Long way from Monster to just "Guy."

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  97. Firestarter(1984). Drew Barrymore burns bright in starring role

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  98. Spellcaster (1988; vinegar syndrome)

    (Brightly lit) Castle on Haunted (Italian) Hill

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  99. Doctor Sleep (2019)
    They'll hand out PhDs for anything now

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  100. Strangeland (1998): Twisted Sister and Hot Topic’s unwanted offspring.

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  101. The Witch in the Window (Mitton, 2018)

    Weekends with Dad have gotten really spooky

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  102. PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE (1974)

    Beef! Beef! Beef! Beef! Beef! Beef! Beef!

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  103. The Innkeepers (2012)

    Need more vehicles driven by Sara Paxton

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  104. The black coats daughter (2015)
    Human head furnaces are unsurprisingly high maintenance

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  105. Elizabeth harvest (2018)
    Minus human experimentation lab, house is nice

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  106. Silent Hill (2006)

    The hill is silent except for snoring.

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  107. Last House on the Left (2009)

    Cravin' Craven's understandable. I prefer Iliadis' odyssey.

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  108. Madhouse (1974) dir. Jim Clark

    Even clip show Price is really right

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  109. Scare Me

    Dairy also turns me into a psychopath.

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  110. Bad Taste (1987)

    There's still not enough alien butt cheeks.

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  111. 47 Meters Down: Uncaged (2019)

    We've been over this, fish don't roar.

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  112. High Tension (2003)

    Decapitated head giving head only in head.

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  113. Bliss (2019)

    Blood is a hell of a drug.

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

    WHO IN THE FUCK IS FUCKING WHO?

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  115. House of 1000 Corpses (2003): Why did Rufus actually change their tire?

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  116. Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)

    Only one lady klown had inflatable boobs.

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  117. Frankenstein Created Woman (1967)

    Better title: Three Drunk Dandies Meet Frankenstein

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  118. Leprechaun 4: In Space (1996)

    The worst Leprechaun movie by a lightyear.

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  119. Hellbent (Paul Etheredge-Ouzts, 2004)

    Slashers aren’t fun without chasing or scaring.

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  120. Stake Land (2010)
    “The Walking Vampire” seasons one through four.

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  121. Lord of Illusions (1995)

    Always knew David Blaine was pure evil.

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  122. Fade To Black (1980)

    Ritz crackers in the bed I understand!

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  123. Dead & Buried (1981)

    In Potter's Bluff, "Make Corpses Great Again!"

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