Sunday, October 31, 2021

2021 Scary Movie Challenge Day 31

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  1. 'SCARY MOVIE MONTH'S 12th SEASON FINALE! EVERY REVIEW MUST GO!'

    Sam Neil in Andrzej Zulawski's POSSESSION: 4K RESTORATION (1981, NYC's Metrograph Theater). First time seeing the movie in 4K.

    No wonder Doctor Grant carries dinosaur claw.

    OR

    "Kramer vs. Kramer" for 'hentai' starved crowd.

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  2. Richard Dreyfuss [as "Matt Boyd"] in Alexandre Aja's PIRANHA 3D (2010, Blu-ray 3D).

    If within "Jaws" continuity, best sequel ever!

    OR

    When 'floating 3D penis' earned premium pricing.

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  3. John Gulager's PIRANHA 3DD (2012, Blu-ray 3D) for the first time. Also streaming on TUBI, IMDB TV.

    Lacks subtlety, polish, craftsmanship, mise-en-scène of "Aquaslash."

    OR

    Is Christopher Lloyd doing Lance Henriksen impersonation?

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  4. TEXAS CHAINSAW 3D: UNRATED (2013, Blu-ray 3D) for the first time. Also streaming on Peacock.

    Liked it, will watch again. Why? Cos.

    OR

    Leatherface, senior citizen slasher long before Michael.

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  5. Steven King's MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE (1986, Vestron Collection Blu-ray) with Geekvolution's live commentary track.

    King should've snorted Joel Silver's cocaine instead.

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  6. I will be counting today's reviews tomorrow around 6-7 am (this site's time), so please get all your reviews in by then. And have a happy, safe Halloween everyone!

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  7. The Creeping Flesh 1973

    Cushing/Lee vs the Elephant Man's Skeleton

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  8. Halloween Kills, dir David Gordon Green, 202

    They quickly lost control of the situation

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  9. Halloween (1978)
    Dir. John Carpenter
    Stationwagon-driving Michael Myers is my favorite.
    and
    Dr. Loomis is not a Pleasence man.

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  10. ONE CUT OF THE DEAD (2017)

    What? Oh. Well, that was something different.

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  11. Scream (1996) dir. Wes Craven

    Oh my god, they really killed Kenny.

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  12. Psycho Goreman (2020)
    Every kid needs an Archduke of Nightmares.

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  13. The Watcher in the Woods (1980)
    Can Jan plan land an errant Karen?

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  14. Jakob’s Wife (2021)
    “I’m a minister of the Lord, ANNE.”

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  15. The Stylist (2020)
    “Just take a little off the top.”

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    1. Congratulations Jan! You wrote the month's 3213th review, which put us over last year's review count.

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    2. woot! way to go Jan!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    3. Hooray! It is an honor. Thanks for all your good work keeping us up to date on the numbers, Mikko! ❤️ Movie love for movie lovers!

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  16. Shaun of the Dead (2004, dir. Edgar Wright)

    Don’t stop me, don’t stop me, don’t-

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  17. Hubi Halloween, dir Steven Brill, 2020

    Yep, we all need some Sex Hope.

    Or

    Didn't see Hubi becoming a Halloween Tradition.

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  18. Halloween 1978

    Strodes dig "James Esnor, Belgium's famous painter."

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  19. Halloween 2 1978

    Horror fans analyze gunshots like Zapruder film

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  20. VAMPIRE CIRCUS (1972)

    This might be my new #ScaryMovieMonth tradition.

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  21. Don Coscarelli's PHANTASM (1979, Blu-ray).

    Only flying silver ball could upstage Barracuda.

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  22. Steve Miner's FRIDAY THE 13th: Part 3 3D (1981, Blu-ray 3D) with the F This Movie commentary track.

    Hypnotic barn should get supporting character credit.

    OR

    We ❤️ Shelly['s neck around our hands]!

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  23. George Mihalka's MY BLOODY VALENTINE: UNRATED (1981, Shout! Factory Blu-ray) with director commentary. Theatrical version streaming on Hulu.

    Harry Warden's one persistent, mean serial heartbreaker.

    OR

    No bigger turn-on than common shower area.

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  24. THE MIDNIGHT HOUR (1985)

    Familiar faces. Classic songs. Laughs. Scares. Halloween.

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  25. Lord of Illusions (1995)

    Clive Barker has a very interesting mind.

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  26. Malignant (2021)

    Is that real? There’s an underground Seattle?

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  27. Fright Night (1985 - Tom Holland)

    Charley: "I'll study."
    Actually studies.
    Me: Shocked!

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  28. In The Mouth Of Madness (1995)

    Actually heard rumours Madness makes you insane

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  29. Joy Ride (2001)

    Ice to meet your Mr. Rusty Nail.

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  30. Beyond Re-Animator (2003)

    Hanging out in prison with Herbert West.

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  31. Murders in the Zoo (1933)

    In fairness, those crocodiles were very hungry.

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  32. Jennifer's Body (2009)

    Capping October off with a personal favorite.

    or

    The only Megan Fox movie that matters.

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  33. The Bird With the Crystal Plumage (1970)

    Wish I owned all the art on screen.

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  34. Eyes Without a Face (1960)

    Inspiration for my Halloween costume this year.

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  35. The Lost Boys (1987)

    Santa Cruz boardwalk boasts fewer vampires nowadays.

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  36. Monster House (2006)

    Would make fun double feature with Hausu.

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  37. Planet of the Apes (1968)

    Charlton Heston's acting? Worse than Mark Wahlberg's.

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  38. Jaws (1975 Blu)

    silent review. i'm holding dixie cup. {CRUSH}

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  39. Beetlejuice (1988)

    Tim Burton's best movie, without a doubt.

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  40. Deep Red (1975)

    Profondo Rosso profoundly rocks yo. I'M SORRY

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  41. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

    This watch cemented it as perfect film.

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  42. Young Frankenstein (1974)

    Boyle's blunder? Bad brain in bewildered body.

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  43. Psycho Goreman (2021, dir. Steve Kostanski)

    Crazy Ball! Crazy Ball! Crazy Ball! Hunky.

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  44. The Black Cat (1934)

    Lugosi--skinning people before it was cool.

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  45. The Watcher in the Woods (1980, dir. John Hough)

    Kyle Richards: Evil travels inter-dimensionally tonight!

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  46. Jakob's Wife (2021, dir. Travis Stevens)

    Don't appreciate Barbara Crampton? Don't deserve her.

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  47. Carnival of Souls (1962)

    Felt like revisiting my favorite horror movie.

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  48. The Stylist (2021, dir. Jill Gevargizian)

    Must be easier way to make friends.

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  49. Last Night in Soho (2021, dir. Edgar Wright)

    Take me through the swinging '60s, Thomasin.

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  52. The Descent (2005)

    My favorite watch of Scary Movie Month.

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  53. The Slumber Party Massacre (1982)

    Don't be alarmed; it's only a drill.

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  54. Halloween III: Season of the Witch

    Liked it more than the first two.

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  56. Dracula: Dead and Loving It

    Kneel, son! Best Dracula is Leslie Nielson.

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  57. Don't Breathe 2 (2021)

    Screenwriting tip: Rapists are not very sympathetic.

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  58. The Prowler (1981)

    Came for Lawrence Tierney, stayed for Savini.

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  59. Teeth (2007)

    The sex scenes were a little choppy.

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  60. Hocus Pocus (1993)

    Billy Butcherson needs to brush his teeth.

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  61. Psycho Goreman (2020)

    Steller, splattery start to Scary Movie Night

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  62. They Live (1988) Dir. John Carpenter

    This just may be a CTE nightmare.

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  63. The Watcher in the Woods (1980)

    Dog named Narek has real Nilbog energy.

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

    Radio DJ or podcasters? Choose your fighter.

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  65. Jakob's Wife (2020)

    I would let Barbara Crampton bite me.

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  66. The Stylist (2020)

    Strangely, made me want to get haircut.

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  67. CATHY'S CURSE (1977)

    "Cursed" = she's possessed AND has a pottymouth.

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  68. WNUF Halloween Special (2013)

    Live TV exorcism? What could go wrong?

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  69. THE FLY (1986)

    Brundlefly not as creepy as showering ex.

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  70. Psycho Gorman (2020)

    Last year’s answer to Turbo Kid, YES!

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  71. Watcher in the Woods (1980)

    Real monsters here are interfering studio execs.

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  72. Jakob’s Wife (2020)

    Melodrama I could sink my teeth into

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  74. The Stylist (2020)

    Much scarier than scalping? Barber small talk.

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  75. The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016)

    Please ring bell for vengeful witch service.

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  76. Trick 'r Treat (2007)

    Perfect way to cap off another ScaryMovieMonth.

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  77. Alien Resurrection (1997)
    Basketball. Aliens. Sequel to Space Jam?

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  78. Night of the Living Dead (1990)

    Forgot to review this movie last week.

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  79. THE FLY II (1989)

    The bat from Anastasia runs the company?

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  80. Deep Rising

    Why would anyone give Dr. Chilton financing?

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  81. Seconds

    Now that’s a damn ending. Holy shit.

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  82. The Blob (1988)

    Jack Nance cameo makes this a classic.

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  83. Hereditary
    Horror of loss of ***** not enough?

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  84. I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997)

    Ahh I see where the hook is.

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  85. The Fog

    Past sins punished by current fog, confess!

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  86. Knife+Heart

    Glad to have finally checked this out.

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  87. Alien (1979) Dir. Ridley Scott

    In space, bonus situations are never resolved.

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  88. Crawl (2019) Dir. Alexandre Aja

    Combining all my phobias, alligators, drowning, Florida.

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  89. HATCHET FOR THE HONEYMOON (1970)

    Meat cleavers and brides: they go together.

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  90. Happy Death Day (2017) Dir. Christopher Landon

    Astonishingly, scarier mascot than Greendale Human Being.

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  91. Slither (2006) Dir. James Gunn

    Slugs multiply by hook or by Rooker.

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  92. Witchfinder General (1968)

    More entertaining, less delicious than Sandwichfinder General

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  93. And finally...

    Halloween (1978) Dir. John Carpenter

    Play Where's Waldo of cross-continuity side characters!

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  94. Dementia 13 aka The Haunted and the Hunted (1963, dir. Francis Ford Coppola)

    A study in Cormanian efficiency in filmmaking.

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  95. Contamination aka Alien Contamination aka Toxic Spawn aka Larvae (1980, dir. Luigi Cozzi)

    Bad movie + Goblin = good movie.

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  96. Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981, dir. Steve Miner)

    Were there no bras in the 80's?

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  97. Cast a Deadly Spell (1991, dir. Martin Campbell)

    Fred Ward was sculpted for film noir.

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  98. Maximum Overdrive (1986, dir. Stephen King) (with F This Movie!'s commentary from 2014)

    The ATM makes a pretty good point.

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  99. Shopping Tour (Shoping-tur) (2012, dir. Mikhail Brashinskiy)

    Welcome to Finland! B-Y-O-BBQ.

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  100. Trick 'r Treat (2007, dir. Michael Dougherty)

    Dylan Baker plays a psycho disturbingly well.

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  101. The Cabin in the Woods (2011, dir. Drew Goddard)

    Happy Halloween everyone! I'm off to bed.

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    1. 'Good-night, sweet prince. And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest.' πŸ‘πŸ™‚

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  102. Halloween 5

    Tina wasn't Psycic, but wished she was

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  103. Haunt (2019)

    Abusive alcoholic does not save the day.

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  104. Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (Joseph Zito, 1984)

    Taking my dance lessons from Crispin Glover

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  105. Happy Halloween, Scooby Doo! (Maxwell Atoms, 2020)

    Elvira and Bill Nye join a gang

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  106. THE HOUSE THAT SCREAMED (1970)

    Dying seems much easier than getting out.

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  107. Spaced Invaders (Patrick Read Johnson, 1990)

    Childhood favorite with some great Halloween vibes

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    1. LOVE this movie. Happy to see it being represented!

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  108. The Invisible Man (1933)

    One of my favorite Universal monster movies.

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  109. The Wolf Man (1941)

    Not the best, but always a favorite.

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  110. Psycho Goreman (2020)

    "It's crazy ball!" is perfect line delivery.

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  111. The Watcher in the Woods (1980)

    Where's my bike helmet that says "MIKE"?

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  112. Jakob's Wife (2021)

    I'd be happy to be "Barbara's Husband".

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  113. The Last Man on Earth (1964)

    Wait until Ben Lyons sees *this* one!

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  114. It (2017)

    This clown in the sewer seems nice!

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  115. It Chapter 2 (2019)

    Wish Georgie had bullied Pennywise at beginning.

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  116. Halloween 2(2009, Dir:Rob Zombie)

    Things got worse for me and Danielle

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  117. CARNIVAL OF SOULS (1962)

    Double feature with Last Night in Soho?

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  118. Scream 3 (2000)


    Insert obligatory remark about Courtney Cox's haircut.

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  119. Carnival of Souls 1962

    Key AJAX product placement, foreshadowing Herk's career?

    OR

    Utah is already pretty desolate by itself

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  120. Scream 4 (2011)

    Tired of seeing the Stab cold opens.

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  121. The Thing(1982) No Shapeshifting aliens were harmed during filming

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  122. Halloween (2018)

    Brings new meaning to the word fleshlight.

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  123. The Loved Ones

    The Loved Ones is Finger Lickin’ Good.

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  124. Garfield’s Halloween Adventure (1985)

    Ghost Pirates over Great Pumpkin any day.

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  125. The Howling (1981) Dir. Joe Dante

    Couldn't end month on Don't Breathe 2.

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  126. MONSTER HOUSE (2006)

    I prefer the Monster Squad. (More swears.)

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  127. Halloween 3 Season of the Witch(1983, Dir Tommy Lee Wallace)

    Needed more days before Atkins ass shot
    or
    Evil Live Tonight! Tune in at 9

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  128. Trick r Treat (2007)

    Oh my God, that werewolf transformation scene!!!

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  129. Young Frankenstein (1974)
    Gonna pull that scalpel outta my knee

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  130. Halloween II (1981)

    So, Halloween Kills, just without the mob.

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  131. Friday the 13th Part 3
    People keep coming to Crystal Lake, why?

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  132. Piranha (1978)

    Well, never swimming in a river again!

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  133. Rick Rosenthal's HALLOWEEN II (1981, Shout! Factory 4K UHD BD) with the Forever Cinematic commentary track.

    Obamacare cuts decimated Haddonfield Hospital's nighttime staffing.

    OR

    Where's officer Hawkins supposed to be at?

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  134. PARANORMAN 3D (2012, Blu-ray 3D).

    Loosely inspired by John Bottiglieri's so-called childhood.

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  135. Henry Selick's CORALINE (2009, Blu-ray 3D).

    Wait, 'Henry Selick' wasn't Tim Burton's alias?

    OR

    Laika does Neil Gaiman, 3D effects justice.

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  136. Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)

    Mom always said TV rots your brain…

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  137. Three... Extremes 2004

    Dumplings

    I will NOT have what she's having!

    Cut

    Chan-wook like revenge like Tarantino like feet

    Box


    New film coming to Netflix: Burned Box

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  138. Halloween Kills (2021)

    More like Halloween First Blood Part II

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  139. Trick r Treat (2007)

    Don’t forget to help with the eyes.

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  140. HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CORPSES

    Frustratingly, no Marx Brothers in this picture

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  141. SON OF FRANKENSTEIN (1939)

    Man, that kid is hard to understand

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  142. CRIMSON PEAK (2015):

    They should've let Chastain do the honeypotting.

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  143. THE TINGLER (1959)

    That silent movie really padded this out

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  144. THE FOG (1980)

    Nobody drinks and drives like Tom Atkins

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  145. Halloween Kills (2021) - Wishing Michael had gotten Tommy in '78.

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  146. HOCUS POCUS (1993)

    First time watch! I get it now.

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  147. DRACULA, PRINCE OF DARKNESS (1966)

    Words? Lee don't need no stinking words!

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  148. Lake of Death (2019)
    Dir. Nini Bull Robsahm
    Checks off cabin in the woods boxes

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  149. ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN (1948)

    Amazing gateway drug to the Universal Monsters

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  150. Tales From the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight (1995)

    It's the gift that keeps on giving.

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  151. Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948 dvd)

    Amazing backdrop for neighborhood families halloweeen gathering

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  152. Hubie Halloween (2020)

    Sandler has potato in mouth. Shloubdy do!

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  153. Dr. Phibes Rises Again (1972) by Robert Fuest

    Help Wanted: Organist's Assistant. Must love scorpions.

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  154. Old (2021)

    Second best Thomasin McKenzie movie this week.

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  155. Silver Bullet (Daniel Attias, 1985)

    Ends on Halloween, ending my great Halloween

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  156. Phantasm 1979

    Need guitar duets in all horror films!

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  157. The Frozen Ghost (1945)

    Happy Scary Movie Month! Been a blast!

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  158. An American Werewolf in London 1981

    SFX in search of a second draft

    (yeah, I said it. and I'd say it again)

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  160. Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 (1987)

    Not The Flying Nun; falls without style

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  161. Dawn of the Dead (1978)

    Happy Scary Movie Month everyone! Stay safe!

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  162. Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)

    Photosensitivity warnings exist for a reason, Cochran.

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  163. Roctober Blood(1984, Dir: Beverly Sebastian)

    Music and climax? Killer! Killer? less so.

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  164. THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1976)

    When superheroes come to feast... Happy Halloween!

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  165. ginger snaps

    apparently my second viewing of jennifers body


    the host

    monster is more fuckable than steve buschemi

    ringu

    Yoichi needs to get a better mom

    prisoners

    hugh jackman loses my sympathy very quickly

    or

    gyllenhall only picks characters who dont shower

    last house on the left

    just keep repeating: its only a blowjob

    or

    driving ballad will play at my wedding


    the thing

    can’t believe black man lived to end

    or

    snow horror: this, the shining, crimson peak


    last night in soho

    i think i will see this twice!

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  166. The Wolf Man (1941)

    Hairiest bastard around is also the saddest.

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  167. The Sister of Ursula 1978

    Karl Hungus might've auditioned for killer's part.

    OR

    Thanks everyone for making October super fun!

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  168. The City of the Dead, aka Horror Hotel (1960)
    Dir. John Llewellyn Moxey
    Those fog machines were the hardest-working part.

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  169. Horror of Dracula (1958)

    Surely, one of the best climaxes ever.

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  170. Thinner (1996)

    Pair with Hereditary - road-head double feature.

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  171. Dead End (2003)

    Perhay the best movie seen this month?

    Happy SMM everyone!

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  172. Trick r Treat(2007, Dir: Michael Daughtery)
    Halloween closer is fun mean modern classic

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  173. The Lighthouse (2019)

    Beat yer meat not yer sea bird.

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  174. Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    Are zombies us? Or are we zombies??

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  175. The Funhouse (1981)

    Alternate universe where Michael Myers is foiled?

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  176. Possession (1981)

    We're all sexy, and we all end.

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  177. So, for my 154th movie and 284th Scary Movie Month 7-word review (12th review of the day for the 12th season finale) of 2021...

    SPLATTER UNIVERSITY (1984, YouTube w/Italian subtitles) for the first time. [It was streaming on Amazon Prime recently but was pulled off without warning]

    Troma-supervised subversive slasher. "I have chosen... poorly."

    And that's a wrap for 2021. Thanks for the great movie suggestions and enjoyable 7-word reviews. :-D

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  178. Hellraiser (1987)

    Lament (Scary Movie Month wrapping up) Configuration.

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  179. Trick or Treat 1986

    Plays record backwards: htnom eivom yracs eybdoog

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  180. Nightmare 5: The Dream Child (1989)
    Super Freddy and skateboard Freddy are cringe.

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  181. Freddy vs Jason (2003)
    If you want Jason Mewes, cast him

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  182. The VVitch (2015)
    Not what I expected. Needs more VVitchcraft

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  183. Shaun of the Dead (2004) dir. Edgar Wright

    Big question: where was Yvonne’s group going?

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  184. DRACULA A.D. 1972 (1972)

    From Horror of Dracula to this. Wow.

    or

    Bad horror but not without exploitation amusement.



    I certainly enjoyed Scary Movie Month. (40 movies watched, mainly new watches.) Thanks again to FThisMovie for providing a platform to share the the viewing experience. Now only seven months till Junesploitation.

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  185. The total number of reviews this month was 3383, which was over 170 reviews more than last year! More stats on my Twitter account, if anyone's interested.

    Thank you all!

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