Wednesday, October 27, 2021

2021 Scary Movie Challenge Day 27

110 comments:

  1. 'AS SEEN ON TV' HIGH FIVE!

    RIFFTRAX LIVE!
    [Patty Duke and Jane Wyatt in] AMYTIVILLE 4: THE EVIL ESCAPES (2021/1989, Fathom Events theater) for the first time. [Original Airdate: May 12, 1989, NBC] Movie streaming on TUBI, PLEX, Roku Channel, etc.

    Demonic lamp roasts Tweety, shits on plumber.

    OR

    Makes "Exorcist II" look like "Citizen Kane."

    OR

    Lesson learned: tomato's my new favorite "fruit."

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  2. John Carpenter's HALLOWEEN: THE EXTENDED CUT (1978, Shout! Factory Blu-ray -HD with SD inserts-). [Original Airdate: October 30, 1981, NBC]

    Additional Pleasence scenes. Finite resource worth appreciating.

    OR

    Even slumming, Dean Cundey frames gorgeous pictures.

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  3. Rick Rosenthal's HALLOWEEN II: THE TELEVISION CUT (1981, Shout! Factory DVD). [Original Airdate: Early 80's, Network/Cable TV]

    ♫ Ben Tramer roasting
    on an open fire ♬


    OR

    Unlike theatrical, Loomis actually fires six times.

    OR

    Neutered violence worth improved pacing, alternate scenes.

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  4. Paul Verhoeven's ROBOCOP: EDITED-FOR-TELEVISION VERSION (1987, Blu-ray -Standard Definition-) for the first time. [Original Airdate: Late 80's, Syndication]

    "Dipstick" Mr. Kenny "finked," dies like "blaggard."

    OR

    Murphy's one "bad mothercrusher," "crumbag" "bloodsuckers" pay.

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  5. Sam Raimi's ARMY OF DARKNESS: TELEVISION VERSION (1992, Blu-ray -Standard Definition-) for the first time. [Original Airdate: Early 90's, Syndication]

    85% Director's Cut, 100% Theatrical ending. Winnah!

    OR

    "Ape heads" can't help Ash dispatch "She-Witch."

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  6. World War Z (2013 - Marc Forster)

    Man, this Pepsi is really something else.

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  7. A Cat in the Brain (1990)

    "Figurative title clearly."
    *starts movie*
    "Oh shit!"

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  8. Phantoms (1998, Dir. Joe Chappelle)

    Tagline should have been: "It's a-Liev!!"

    Or

    That hat is wearing a Ben Affleck.

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  9. Wrong Turn (2021)

    Master archery in just six upsetting weeks!

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  10. Candyman 2021
    Projector broke midway.
    Handyman. Handyman. Handyman. Handyman.........

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  11. Candyman 1992
    I accidentally said Randy Man 5 times.

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  12. 27. Final Destination (2000)
    Setups! Setups everywhere!

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    1. Final Destination (2000)
      Setups! Setups everywhere! and scary wind gust.

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  14. Final Destination 2 (2003)

    Great glasswork. On par with The Omen

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  15. Hellraiser 4 Bloodline, 1996

    Can almost hear Pinhead humming Rihanna's S&M

    Or

    What's in the box? Lots of Space.

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  16. Dawn of the Dead (2004)

    I miss Sarah Polley staring in movies.

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  17. The New York Ripper (1982)
    Triumphant showcase of that classic NYC accent

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  18. The Rental (2020)

    Just imagine Allison Brie / Dan Stevens babies.

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  19. HEREDITARY 2018
    &
    MIDSOMMAR 2019
    Dir. Ari Aster

    "Needs more naked elderly," said nobody ever.

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  20. Village of the Damned (1995, dir. John Carpenter)

    Of course Reeve's kid would have superpowers.

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  21. screams of a winter night 1971


    Watched Tuesday, almost completely forgotten it already

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  22. HAPPY DEATH DAY (2017)

    I swear I've reviewed this movie before...

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  23. THE VOID (2016)

    Does my health insurance cover tentacle C-section?

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  24. House on Haunted Hill (1999)
    Don’t blink, that Veronica Vaughn is gone

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  25. THERE'S SOMEONE INSIDE YOUR HOUSE (2021)

    Slasher kills you with important social issues.

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  26. Blade II (2002)

    Vampire action on VSPN's "Hurty for Spurty"

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  27. Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)

    Still prefer Jason clumsily falling through chairs.

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  28. Hellraiser 3:Hell On Earth (1992)
    In 1993 we'd have Beanie Baby Cenobite

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  29. Sleepaway Camp (1983)

    Child molester gets face melted? No complaints.

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  30. In The Mouth Of Badness (1994)

    What kind of fucking park is this?

    or

    Ultimate message of the film...DON'T READ!

    or

    Never trust anyone looks like Jurgen Prochnow

    or

    As a Vermonter, never trusted New Hampshire

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    1. I am stoopid. In The Mouth Of Madness, not Badness. I love this movie.

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  31. The Devil's Rejects (2005)

    Shit! Fuck! No sign of Kiefer anywhere.

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  32. The Devil's Rejects (2005)

    Variants Patrick and Erika on the road!

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  33. KISS OF THE VAMPIRE (1963)

    Lou Diamond Phillips should've saved them all.

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  34. HALLOWEEN H20 (1998)

    In this one, evil actually dies tonight.

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    2. HALLOWEEN: RESURRECTION (2002)

      ...as long as you ignore the sequel.

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  35. THE CRAZIES (2010)

    Boy, Justified sure had a wild start

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  36. THE DEAD ZONE (1983)

    The origin story of Christopher Walken's hair

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  37. Humanoids from the Deep (1980)

    Vic Morrow always turns on the smarm.

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  38. Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)

    "Take me away from this death."
    "Well..."

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  39. HELLRAISER (1987)

    Imagine if Frank was TV’s Frank instead.

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    1. Different (though not better) experience. πŸ˜ΌπŸ·πŸ™Š

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  40. The Boy (2006)

    Saw it coming, then forgot, ultimately surprised!

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  41. 3 from Hell (2019)

    Starting to think the Fireflies enjoy violence.

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  42. Phantom of the Megaplex (2000):

    I think COVID has assumed that mantle.

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  43. Feeders 1996

    Need an evil doppelganger? Use identical twin!

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  44. HELLBOUND: HELLRAISER II (1988)

    Do you think Cenobites eat at Cinnabon?

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  45. Troll 2 (1990, dir. Claudio Fragasso aka Drake Floyd)

    Found the Goblin Queen for Bowie's King.

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  46. The Lords of Salem (2012)

    Haven't seen? Then don't talk about Zombie.

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  47. Childs Play (1988)
    James Gagney gets meaner when he's smaller.

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  48. The Invisible Man (2020)
    Incredible CGI! Couldn’t see him at all!

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  49. NOBODY SLEEPS IN THE WOODS TONIGHT 2 (2021)

    Gollum’s origin story different than I remembered.

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  50. Fade to Black (1980)

    Movies don't kill people, Cody Jarrett does.

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  51. The Special (2020)
    Dir: B. Harrison Smith

    SNL skits are getting out of hand.

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  52. Phantasm (1979)

    What does this series have against glass?

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  53. Phantasm II (1988)

    These guys Winchestered before Winchester's ever Winchestered.

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    1. I watched the first two Phantasm films for the first time this year. The difference between the films is very striking. Filmmaking styles changed a lot in a decade.

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  54. DeepStar Six (1989)
    Dir: Sean S. Cunningham

    Someone should've warned Miguel Ferrer about decompression.

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  55. Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead (1994)

    A mirror...I wonder what will happen?

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  56. Cannibal Holocaust (1980)

    This season of Survivor is very different.

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  57. Wolfcop 2014

    Wolf transformations here are a real pisser!

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  58. Night School (1981)

    Favorite discovery of SMM. Check it out!

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    1. Definitely a winner. The scene in the kitchen with the pot being emptied is so suspenseful and humorous.

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  59. Night Teeth (2021) Dir. Adam Randall

    Clever idea, reverse Uber Eats for vampires.

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  60. Pet Sematary (1989)

    Oh, my neck, my back, my neck

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  61. Killer Workout (1987)

    I'm just trying to cancel my membership.

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  62. Book of Shadows:Blair Witch 2(2000) Came down to this or Mirrors...choices

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  63. MAD MONSTER PARTY? (1967)

    Behind the scenes of the monster cereals.

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  64. The Horror of The Black Museum 1959

    Where does Alfred get these wonderful toys?

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  65. Halloween 5: Revenge of Michael Myers (1989)
    Who keeps giving Dr Loomis a gun???

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  66. The War of the Worlds 1953

    All Welles that ends well shucks

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  67. The Return of the Fly 1959

    Best catch Halsey fly with Devil's Honey

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  68. Dracula (Spanish-language version) 1931

    Geez, Dracula! How about installing a handrail?!

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  69. The Fly 2(1989). J Fox replaces Stoltz....wait, wrong movie

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  70. INSIDE OUT (1991)

    Oooh, we’re a long way from Pixar.

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  71. Prince of Darkness (1987)

    Jameson Parker's mustache should've auditioned for Tombstone.

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  72. Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)

    Goofy horror comedies need more police brutality.

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  73. SISTERS (1972):

    Multi-angle movie makes for much more Margot.

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  74. CAPTAIN KRONOS: VAMPIRE HUNTER (1974)

    As if anybody'd leave Caroline Munro behind.

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  75. Victor Crowley (2017)

    Put Laura Ortiz in all the movies.

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  76. Eraserhead(1977) This is giving me serious 2020 vibes.

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  77. The Burbs(1989, Dir: Joe Dante)

    How Suburbanites harassed neighbors before Nextdoor/Facebook




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  78. Hellraiser: Hellseeker, dir Rick Both, 2002

    White Collar Crime is Pinhead's new kink

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  79. Def by Temptation (James Bond III, 1990)

    Ernest Dickerson makes low budget look cool

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  80. Razorback (Russell Mulcahy, 1984)

    Everything about Australia wants to kill you

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  81. Body Bags (1993, dir. John Carpenter & Tobe Hooper)

    Wish Tobe had done some more anthologies.

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  82. Tales from the Darkside: The Movie (1990, dir. John Harrison)

    Stars of tomorrow fighting mummies of today.

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  83. TerrorVision (1986)

    Bob, Carol, Ted, Alice and Space Dog

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  84. The Bride of Frankenstein 1935

    Dumb mob couldn't make evil die either

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  85. Deathgasm (2015)

    My second power drill guitar this week

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  86. Inferno (1980)

    Wish life was lit like this movie.

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  87. Strait-Jacket (1964)
    Dir. William Castle
    Don’t “axe” Joan Crawford about her past.

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  88. GRAVE OF THE VAMPIRE (1972)

    What kind of professor is this Lockwood?

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  90. GARDEN OF THE DEAD (1972)

    Fast zombies using weapons fifty years ago.

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  91. TWO ON A GUILLOTINE (1965)

    Weird stipulations in wills generally not good.

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  92. THE CRIMSON CULT (1968)

    This coven has some quirky fashion taste.

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  93. THE WITCH'S MIRROR (1962)

    The dead sometimes do not go quietly.

    Or

    What other plots will be borrow from?

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  94. Midnight Mass (2021) dir.Mike Flanagan

    Better than anything I’ve seen this month.

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  95. Raw
    Opposite of Titane… 10% interesting 90% wtf

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  96. HΓ€xan (1922 - Benjamin Christensen)

    Fanatic Christian monks are scary - also: witches.

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