Thursday, October 21, 2021

2021 Scary Movie Challenge Day 21

101 comments:

  1. 'LONG LIVE [MICHAEL MYERS'] NEW [4K] FLESH' QUARTET!

    Lance Guest in Rick Rosenthal's HALLOWEEN II (1981, Shout! Factory 4K UHD Blu-ray). First time seeing the movie in 4K.

    'Last Starfighter' circles Laurie's orbit, crash-lands hard.

    OR

    'Mr. Sandman' bread tastier than crap sandwich.

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  2. Stacey Nelkin, Tom Atkins and Dan O'Herlihy in Tommy Lee Wallace's HALLOWEEN III: SEASON OF THE WITCH (1982, Shout! Factory 4K UHD Blu-ray). First time seeing the movie in 4K.

    Ellie drinks CHALLIS-sized worth of plasma pool.

    OR

    Santa Mira: OmniCorp's West Coast prototype facility.

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  3. Dwight H. Little's HALLOWEEN 4: THE RETURN OF MICHAEL MYERS (1988, Shout! Factory 4K UHD Blu-ray). First time seeing the movie in 4K.

    Patrick's boy 'makes man,' resurrects moribund franchise.

    OR

    Unlike "Kills'" Cameron, Brady reached second base.

    OR

    Rachel's better final girl than Laurie. #FightMe

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    1. Dominique Othenin-Girard's HALLOWEEN 5: THE REVENGE OF MICHAEL MYERS (1989, Shout! Factory 4K UHD Blu-ray). First time seeing the movie in 4K.

      Sam joins Sunday, Lester in dog heaven.

      OR

      Backtracks predecessor's ending as hard as "Resurrection."

      OR

      Danielle Harris, MVP of franchise's darkest period.

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  5. Tusk (2014) dir. Kevin Smith

    Homage to Charlie’s Angels sumo suit fight.

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  6. Dark Water (Dir. Hideo Nakata, 2002)

    Rising damp and plughole hair... Terrifying stuff.

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  7. Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992 - Francis Ford Coppola)
    Death is a dish better served sexy.
    OR
    Dracula truly loves one... and lots more.
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    I love how Anthony Hopkins speaks, ja?

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  8. Spellbinder (1988)

    Karate girl somehow scarier than devil worshippers.

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  9. Doctor Sleep, dir Mike Flanagan, 2019

    Bless Flanagan, for casting Essoe as Wendy

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  10. Anatomy (2000, Dir. Stefan Ruzowitzky)

    Kinda makes you wonder about that bratwurst.

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  11. I Bury the Living, dir Albert Band, 1958

    Round n round, where the pin drops ....

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      Always beware of the Groundskeeper Willy type

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  12. The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (2008, dir. Rob Cohen) (with Blank Check podcast's commentary)

    Movie wastes Li. And Yeoh. And Fraser.

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  13. Friday The 13th part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989)

    Jason be nimble as a waterlogged ninja

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  14. ZONTAR: THE THING FROM VENUS (1967)

    Zontar barely appears in movie about Zontar.

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  15. Anacondas: The Hunt For The Blood Orchid (2004)

    Surely Patrick and Mike's franchise this year?

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  16. Two Evil Eyes (Due occhi diabolici) (1990, dir. Dario Argento & George A. Romero)

    - Which Poe story you adapting, Dario?
    - Yes.

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  17. XX (2017)

    Not a single segment featuring Xander Cage?

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  18. Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight (1995, dir. Ernest Dickerson)

    Finally CCH Pounder getting involv--HOLY SHIT!

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  19. Halloween Kills (2021)

    The fuck kind of ending was that?

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  20. Almost Human 2013

    The best unofficial sequel to Xtro, #BegosRocks

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  21. Midnight Mass 2021


    The best none King King in ages

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  22. Motel Hell (1980)

    "Fritters" are smoked meats? Its'n Albany thing.

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  23. Daybreakers (2009)

    Charlie Bromley runs blood thirsty corrupt company.

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  24. Intruder (1989)

    You'll lose your head over these prices.

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  25. SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET (2007)

    Victorian Londoners’ diets: Nothing but meat pie.

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  26. In The Earth (2021)

    They should get Mark Wahlberg on that...

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  27. The Final Destination (2009)

    I ignored the signs of impending disaster.

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  28. LOOK WHAT’S HAPPENED TO ROSEMARY’S BABY (1976)

    The baby’s favorite movie is The Crow?

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  29. House on Haunted Hill (1999, dir. William Malone)

    More like Haunted House on Regular Hill

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  30. You're Next (2011)

    Knives Out... then in again... then blender.

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  31. The Manor (2021)

    Gonna tell my kids this was Old.

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  32. Hellraiser (1987)

    It's a bottle episode. (Bottle of blood.)

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  33. Anaconda 3: Offspring (2008)

    I'm unsure if Anaconda's the SMM franchise

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  34. Alucarda (1977, dir. Juan Lopez Moctezuma)

    "Alucarda" backwards spells "constant third act screaming"

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  35. The Houses October Built (2014)

    Murderous Haunters demonstrate skillful use of cinematography.

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  36. A Nightmare on Elmstreet III: Dream Warriors

    Kids can never achieve their parents dreams

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  37. Tremors (1989)

    Has Kevin Bacon ever used a hammer?

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  38. Phantasm IV: Oblivion

    Reggie Bannister running is my spirit animal.

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  39. Body Snatchers (1993, dir. Abel Ferrera)

    Voted Best Documentary, Info Wars Movie Awards

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  40. DRACULA A.D. 1972 (1972)

    Malcolm McDowell is really slumming in this

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  41. SHE WAITS (1972)

    I’m waiting for something, anything to happen.

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  42. THE STENDAHL SYNDROME (1996)

    Take THAT, effective and emotive art!

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  43. Dracula Has Risen From the Grave (1968)

    Must one worship Osiris to defeat mummies?

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    1. Van Helsing never prayed in Horror of Dracula or Dracula AD 1972.
      Nothing like a screenwriter trying to make a personal point

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  44. Elvira's Haunted Hills (2001)

    I could really feel all 90 minutes.

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  45. Witchcraft IV: The Virgin Heart (1992)
    (Julia Strain horror, Junesploitation horror redux)

    1) Preposterous title, there's no virgin in sight!

    2) Saved horror for last 20, boobs though...

    3) Rips heart out! Cop ok'd: "Serial Killer."

    4) Where is Julie Strain's lost blues record?

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  46. Sugar Hill 1974

    No Wesley Snipes, not the Samedi movie.

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  47. Anacondas: Trail of Blood (2009)

    This shouldn't be this year's SMM franchise.

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  48. CULT OF CHUCKY (2017):

    Mancini should have made the new HALLOWEENs.

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  49. Ginger Snaps (2000)

    Are you there God? It's me, Ginger.

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  50. Poltergeist III (1988) Dir. Gary Sherman

    Literally all done with smoke and mirrors.

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  51. Phantasm: Ravager

    Just something in my eye. I swear!

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  52. LAND OF THE DEAD (2005)

    Romero's allegory about unionizing against corporations

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  53. Phantasm IV: Oblivion (1998) Dir. Don Coscarelli

    Hate it when my balls clang together.

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  54. The Mummy's Tomb (1942)

    SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT 2 took notes.

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  55. Carnival of Souls (1962)

    The Fast and the Furious with consequences.

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  56. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)

    She spent a night at the sea.

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  57. Tremors (1990)

    The other giant worm movie doesn’t qualify.

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  58. Day of the Dead(1985) Soldiers hit high notes when torn apart

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  59. Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991)

    Who's Fred? Fred's dead baby, Fred's dead.

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  60. Paganini Horror (1989)

    My creativity has fallen on its ass.

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  61. Blair Witch (2016)
    Dir: Adam Wingard

    What can I say…I LOVE this!

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  62. Lake Placid vs. Anaconda (2015)

    God, please don't be the franchise episode.

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  63. Night Teeth (2021, dir. Adam Randall)

    Alfie Allen's typecast confirmed: insufferable, doomed traitor

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  64. Slumber Party Massacre II (Deborah Navarra-Brock, 1987)

    More sequels should add rock and roll

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  65. Halloween (2018)

    Unlike Laurie, Allyson never dropped the knife!

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  66. Dracula (1931)

    I think I'd let him bite me...

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  67. Halloween (1978)

    Who knew 3 pumpkins would make Halloween!

    or

    So little gore, yet so much fun!

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  68. Mulholland Drive (2001)

    Perfectly utilizes Watts's "I'M AN ACTOR!" vibe

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  69. The Dead Don't Die (2019)

    Tilda Swinton just showed us the future!

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  70. Urban Legend (1998)

    Legend where everyone has the same coat.

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  71. The Sixth Sense(1999, Dir: M. Night Shyamalan)

    Tommy sucks but he nailed that commercial
    or
    Look at my face. This movie's amazing

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  72. VALLEY OF THE ZOMBIES (1946)

    Not enough movies with "passion for pickling".
    or
    "We're number one on their hate parade."
    or
    Where's the zombies and where's the valley?

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  73. Jennifer’s Body (2009)

    Unfortunately this was my first viewing. fuck :(

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  74. THE EVIL DEAD (1981)

    Raimi and Shyamalan's first collaboration: The OLDsmobile.

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  75. Titane
    Interesting choice of disguise… Owen Wilson?!

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  76. Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker

    Yeah, Cheryl murdered, but Carlson was worse.

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  77. EVIL DEAD II (1987)

    What's one word to describe this movie?

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  78. Halloween Kills (2021)

    Michael Myers ain't no tiny drone enthusiast!

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  79. Carrie (1976)

    Nice! You never get opening credits bush.

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  80. Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988)

    Loomis and the priest, real recognize real.

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  81. The Lighthouse (2019)

    Bold move leaning toward the jism, Cotton.

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  82. The Night House (2021)

    Well that was much ado about Nothing.

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  83. Hatchet (2006)

    Wife screamed, "Oh my God!!" A LOT

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  84. The Wicker Man (1973)

    You built a killing machine, from STICKS?

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  85. The Raven (2012)

    Ok go again but with Mary Shelley!

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  86. I Spit on Your Grave (2010)

    Men are from Mars, Women kill them.

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  87. Psycho Goreman (2020)

    Shouldn't have messed with his hunky boys

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  88. Seven Blood Stained Orchids 1972

    Want to avoid killer? Send identical twin!

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  89. MUĂ‘ECOS INFERNALES/ THE CURSE OF THE DOLL PEOPLE (1961)

    Why would anyone accept these voodoo dolls?

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  90. THE CURSE OF THE WEREWOLF (1962)

    The authorities were warned. He became one.

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  91. Poltergeist III (1988)

    So when does Kiefer Sutherland show up?

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  92. Phantom of the Paradise
    Live theater was different in the 70s

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  93. You Should have Left(2020, Dir: David Koepp)

    I should have watched Stir of echoes

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  94. THE FACE OF MARBLE (1946)

    How many films was John Carradine in?

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  95. Daybreakers (2009)

    Bet that crash made Cronenberg sit down...

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