Monday, October 5, 2020

2020 Scary Movie Challenge Day 5

110 comments:

  1. Stuart Gordon's (R.I.P, :'( ) RE-ANIMATOR (1985, DVD)

    Saint Peter: "Sorry, Stuart. Going DOWN, DOWN..."

    or

    Hey! That head's not following CDC-approved guidelines!

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  2. PRIEST (2011, Netflix) for the first time.

    Vision battles Judge Dredd in K-Mart's "Westworld"-land.

    or

    "Crouching Mr. Jennifer Connelly, Hidden Doctor McCoy."

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  3. TRAGEDY GIRLS (2017, Hulu) for the first time.

    More producers (24) than on-camera kills (8-ish).

    or

    Troubled teens troll Twitter to transcend triviality.

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  4. Monster Squad

    TIL that Frankenstein is Tom Noonan. Cool.

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  5. MY BLOODY VALENTINE (2009, Dir. Patrick Lussier)

    Remake now recognized as a miner masterpiece.

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  6. Dog Soldiers (2002)

    Liam, you're the wolfman! Love you Davos!

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  7. Wes Craven's New Nightmare, 1994

    Saxon's transition to Sherif Thompson, absoutle perfection 👌

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  8. The People Under the Stairs, dir Wes Craven 1991

    Glorious scene chewing leave teeth marks everywhere

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  9. Devil (2010)

    What a sweet old woman. Oh no!

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  10. Doctor Sleep (2019)

    I kinda want to try some steam

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  11. PRIEST (2011)

    Hedwig: “He’s a D&D playing Jesus freak.”

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  12. V/H/S

    Pretty rude they didn't rewind their tapes

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  13. The Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977): Oh! Nurse Ratched is at it again!

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  14. DOCTOR SLEEP(2019)
    Dir. Mike Flanagan

    Rebecca Fergusoned to death?
    Sign me up.

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  15. THE STAND

    Who knew this would become a documentary?

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  16. Verotika (2019 - Glenn Danzig) *first time

    Glenn Danzig's "The Hills have eyes" interpretation?

    or

    First time breasts stare back at me.

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  17. ALIEN (1979)
    Dir. Ridley Scott

    Monster kills everyone.
    Meanwhile, Ripley kicks Ash.

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  18. Scream 4 (2011)

    What if... Randy, but even more annoying?

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  19. Grave Encounters (2011)

    Remember MTV's Fear? So did the Filmmakers.

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  20. Us (2019, Jordan Peele)

    The Academy screwed Lupita and Michael Abels.

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  21. Blood and Black Lace (1964)

    Uh-oh! Better hide in my gorgeous apartment.

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  22. Scream 2 (1997)

    Read Entertainment Weekly to know your shit.

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  23. Tales From the Hood

    Still relevant and scary as hell today.

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  24. Demon wind (1990)

    You’re the demon wind beneath my wings.

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  25. House of 1000 Corpses

    Chris Hardwick gets what he deserves. Points!

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  26. Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein

    More reasons why I hate revolving doors.

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  27. Midsommar (Director's Cut) (2019)

    Hårga tourist victims are Wonka kids. Discuss.

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  28. Hands of the Ripper
    Pretty Sweeney Todd Woman

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  29. Doctor Sleep (2019 dir. Mike Flannagan)

    This sequel to Trainspotting is really weird

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  30. The Hole (2009, dir. Joe Dante)

    Seeing my hole is a traumatic experience.

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  31. Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969)

    This proved difficult in first four films

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    1. Cushing's portrayal of Frankenstein here is ferocious. It surprised me a lot when I watched the film last October.

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  32. Leprechaun 3 (1995)

    Pawn store guy cheaper than Pawn Stars.

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  33. Wishmaster (1997)

    Pretty low threshold to open up worlds.

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  34. Leprechaun (1993)

    I unironically think this is pretty fantastic.

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  36. BLOODY NEW YEAR (1987)

    Nice to see Two-Face’s daughter getting work.

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  37. Grave Encounters 2(2012)

    Meta sequel makes more noise less sense

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  38. Paranormal Activity 3 (2011, dir. Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost)

    Underrated. The oscillating fan bit is fantastic.

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  39. Hell Fest (2018, dir. Gregory Plotkin)

    Featuring Tony Todd as “Cashing A. Paycheck”

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  40. Scare Me. (2020)

    It didn't, but it did entertain me.

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  41. Svengali (1931)

    Barrymore's Svengali = Rasputin + Gollum + Wayne from Static-X

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  42. Ghost Team (2016)

    Good cast, bad jokes in Scooby-Dud.

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  43. Underwater (2020 dir. William Eubank)

    Humans blowing shit up - One
    Cthulhu - Zero

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  44. Dog Soldiers (2002)

    "'Oy guv'nah! Wolfman's got bollocks 'e does!"

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  45. Pit and the Pendulum (1961)

    The back and forth here was amazing.

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  46. The Ritual (2017)

    That was terrifying. Hiking is the worst.

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  47. Captain Kronos Vampire Hunter
    Stake in your pocket?
    Nope watching hammer.

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  48. The lodge (1019)

    The dangers of gaslighting and false news.

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  49. SEVEN IN HEAVEN (2020)

    Tenet no longer 2020’s most confusing movie.

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  50. Ernest Scared Stupid (1991) Its like Hocus Pocus, but for dudes.

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  51. Shutter (2008, dir. Masayuki Ochiai)

    No dooly appointed fedahral mahshals. One star.

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  52. Verotika (2019) with commentary

    Mother, don’t sell your children to Drukija.

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  53. From Beyond (1986

    Who doesn't like a good pineal stimulation?

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  54. REC(2007) Gut Wrenching! Stomach Churning! Why? Motion Sickness!

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  55. Children of the Corn (1984)
    Horton hears Who walks behind the rows

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  56. Troll (1985) dir John Carl Buechler

    Lacks the pure verisimilitude of "Troll 2"

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  57. The Invisible Man Returns (1940)

    No, it's not small. It's just invisible.

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  58. Dr. Cyclops (1940)

    Little People Big World has gotten wild.

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  59. Spooks Run Wild (1941)

    Excuse me but what runs wild now?

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  60. The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942)

    Surprised and delighted with Bela Legosi's Ygor.

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  61. Man With Two Lives (1942)

    My body has been hijacked by me!

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  62. Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman (1943)

    And they fight! Nope, they go swimming.

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  63. The Return of the Vampire (1943)

    Bela Legosi's back! Also starring...Matt Willis?

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  64. The House of Frankenstein (1944)

    IT'S DRACUL- Who the fuck is this?

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  65. Leviathan (1989)

    Eel entering my chest? Just kill me.

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  66. The Day of the Triffids (1962)

    I've smoke Triffid..I went fucking blind!

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  67. Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943)

    Wolfsbane more effective preservative than embalming fluid

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  68. ONCE BITTEN (1985)

    Lauren Hutton’s so good, she carries Carrey.

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    1. I think Once Bitten holds up well. I watched it for the first time last year and had a great time with it. The mid-1980s vibe to everything adds a lot of charm to the film. That dance sequence is hilarious.

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  69. Orphan (2019)

    Same thing happened to Barnetts last year.

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  70. Ginger Snaps (2000)

    Feels like something I'd watch in homeroom

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  71. Cooties (2014)

    Dwight Schrute tries to save the movie

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  72. Beneath (2013)

    Thought there was something fishy going on.

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  73. You Die: Get the App, Then Die (2018)

    I really didn't know what to expect.

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  74. Shocker (1989) - Whew....luckily disembodied spirit still has limp

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  75. Inquisition (1976, dir. Paul Naschy)

    Sometimes human beings are the real devils.

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  76. TERROR-CREATURES FROM THE GRAVE (1965)

    Do you believe in life beyond death?

    Or

    Barbara Steele, good cinematography, an uneventful script

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  77. Return of the Living Dead 3 (1993): Spreading utility pole danger awareness before Hereditary.

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  78. Pieces (1982) with commentary

    Shirt - Jeans - Boots - Rest of Jeans - Top

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  79. Viy (1967)

    So...like, umm, meet your new roommate?

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  80. The Neon Demon (2016)

    This is technically part of the Keanussiance?

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  81. Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 (2000)

    If a soundtrack could direct a movie.

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  82. Troll 2 (1990) dictor Claudio Fragasso

    Single me thinks he could "fix" witch

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  83. Dolly Dearest (1991)

    Words can’t do Rip Torn’s accent justice

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  84. Messiah of Evil (1973)

    The movie theater scene is my nightmare.

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  85. House of Dracula (1945)

    Better Title: House of Boring Doctor Guy.

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  86. FINAL EXAM (1981, dir. Jimmy Huston)

    If only they knew exams didn't matter...

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  87. Wishmaster (1997)

    Mix the print in with my ashes

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  88. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)

    Pod distribution that Tim Cook would envy.

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  89. Halloween (1978)

    How many times did Loomis shoot Michael?

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    1. LOL! If only someone mentioned it. I can tell you how many times he Loomised.

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  90. Beetlejuice(1988)
    The football team genuinely makes me sad

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  91. KNIFE PLUS HEART (2018)

    Gives new meaning to the word “slashfic.”

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  93. We Summon the Darkness (2020)

    Boat engines are a helluva lot heavier.

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  94. Revenge (2017)

    Nude dude pursued to conclude the feud.

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  95. Gremlins 2: The New Batch

    Fake news! Clamp would've downplayed the gremlins.

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  96. Halloween: Resurrection (2002)

    Bust Rhymes talks like a Sorkin character.

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  97. Stephen King's Silver Bullet (1985)

    Busey in...

    Cassavetes' Cycle of the Booze-Hound

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  98. Halloweentown (1998) dir. Duwayne Dunham

    "Gorsh! Wouldst thou like to live deliciously?"

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  100. Polaroid (2019, Lars Klevberg)

    Terrible lighting for a possessed-camera movie.

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  101. Mama (2013)
    Movie mashup: Throw Mama from the Cliff

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  102. Carnival of Souls (1962)

    Playing carnival music will get you fired.

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