Tuesday, October 5, 2021

2021 Scary Movie Challenge Day 5

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  1. Jacques Tourneur's CAT PEOPLE (1942, Turner Classic Movies) for the first time.

    Ollie shouldn't have put ring on it.

    OR

    After hours work romance almost turns CATastrophic.

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  2. John Guillermin's KING KONG (1976, Shout! Factory Blu-ray) with Rick Baker's commentary track.

    'I could hear Baker bitch for hours!'

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  3. Dan O'Bannon THE RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD (1985, Shout! Factory Blu-ray).

    Scared shitless Kentuckyans forget their Southern accents.

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  5. Sarah Michelle Gellar and Lee Pace in POSSESSION (2009, YouTube Free-with-Ads HD version) for the first time.

    Buffy knows what Ronan did last summer.

    OR

    Foggy Golden Gate Bridge crash steals movie.

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  6. Jaws 2, dir Jeannot Szwarc, 1978

    Even without the shark, sailing looks difficult

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  7. The Mist - Black & White version (2007)

    Frank Darabont: "We need to go bleaker."

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  8. Night Drive 2017

    Evil Barbara Crampton! I rest my case

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  9. Seance (2021, Dir. Simon Barret)

    Measures 7 on the Evan Hansen scale.

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  10. Vampires vs. the Bronx (2020 - Oz Rodriguez)

    Bloodsucking horror for fans with children - fun!

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  11. Grizzly 2, dir André Szots, 1983/2020

    So many fake early 80s electronica bands

    Or

    Clooney, Dern, Sheen, Foreman, Fletcher Oh My

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  12. Underwater: Miller implodes. But enough about his career.

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  13. Train to Busan (2016)

    Overworked father reconnects with daughter. Also, zombies.

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  14. The Rental, dir Dave Franco, 2020

    Next time, maybe take The Molly together

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  15. Scars of Dracula (1970)

    “Scarred” because we remember Horror of Dracula

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  17. DEAD AND BURIED (1981)

    Potter's Bluff is not a friendly town.

    Or

    Liked the performances, script not as much.

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  18. NOVEMBER (2017)

    Is a kratt worth your soul? Maybe.

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    1. I saw it earlier this year. The kratts were so adorable!

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    2. The snow kratt was wonderful. I smiled at its stories, probably the only time I smiled during the whole film.

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  19. Beyond Re-animator (2002)

    This must be the aforementioned side show.

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  20. The Stylist (2020, dir. Jill Gevargizian)

    I said "a bit off the top"!

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    1. I haven't even seen this movie and I can tell this is a great 7-word review.

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  21. Plan 9 from Outer Space (1957, dir. Edward D. Wood Jr.)

    Maila Nurmi: Finland's greatest contribution to cinema.

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  22. FROM DUSK TIL DAWN (1996)
    Dir- Robert Rodriguez

    Salma Hayek dances.....
    I forget the rest.

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  23. THE SERPENT AND THE RAINBOW (1988)

    What a strange prequel to N64’s Shadowman.

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  24. Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998)

    Really starting to question Mike’s depth perception.

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  25. No one gets out alive (2021)

    Immigrant sacrifices to make herself at home.

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  26. Addams Family 2 (2021) (Erika Rules!)

    Poop, Poop, Poop, Fart, Poop, Toilet, Poop.

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  27. White Zombie (1932)

    Director's note: "Now stare, dammit! Stare"

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  28. Malignant (HBOmax - revisit of 2nd half)

    "Me, Myself and I" De La Soul

    OR

    "One Is(nt)the Loneliest Number" 3Dog Night

    OR

    "Dont want 2Be all by myself" Carmen


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  29. CADAVER (2020)

    I went to Sleep No More too.

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  30. ParaNorman (2012)
    Dir: Sam Fell & Chris Butler

    Puritanical Pilgrims Problematic Postulations Produce Paranormal Predicaments

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  31. The Void (2016)

    Sometimes waiting at hospital really is hell.

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  32. Society (1989)

    Suspension of disbelief failed after the dunk.

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  33. The Hunt (2020)

    The most dangerous game is cancel culture.

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  34. Pledge Night (1990)

    Some movies are dumb. Some feature Anthrax.

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  35. Girls with Balls 2018
    Deliverance´s very silly french retarded fun cousin

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  36. Drag Me to Hell (2009)

    Didn’t expect to see embalming fluid mouthwash

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  37. Dementia Part II (2018, dir. Matt Mercer, Mike Testin)

    Not bad for movie made on dare.

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  38. TUSK (2014):

    Look, who HASN'T experimented on Justin Long?

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  39. Happy Death Day 2U (2019)
    Up down up down right left start

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  40. Murder Party

    Budget must of all gone on blood

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  41. Jason X (2001)

    This guy's just doing a Bones impression.

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  42. Green Room (2015)

    Girlfriend really didn't like seeing his arm.

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  43. The Night Stalker by John Llewellyn Moxley (1972). DVD.

    Things to do in Vegas when Undead.

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  44. Scanners (1981)

    When Exploding Heart movies just aren’t enough.

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  45. Don't Be Afraid of the Dark(1973, dir. John Newland)

    Unless homunculi. Then fear perfectly acceptable reaction.

    or

    At least Sally got the fireplace open

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  46. The Night House (2021, dir. David Bruckner)

    Do ghost texts count against data plans?

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  47. Malignant (2021)

    Good-bad, then bad-good, ultimately stillborn.

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  48. Celia (1989)

    Perfect Easter double feature with Critters 2.

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  49. SCREAM QUEEN: MY NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (2019) (documentary about the lead actor from Nightmare Part II - check it on SHUDDER!)

    Freddy makes a terrible ex-boyfriend for Jesse!

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  50. THE PLATFORM (2019)

    Applebee's not quite the same since reopening.

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  51. House of Wax (2005)
    Dir: Jaume Collet-Serra

    Took wax on wax off too far.

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  52. The Battery

    I love that film night was Tremors!

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  53. Dracula 2000 (2000, dir. Patrick Lussier)

    Can't kill Dracula, except the usual way

    or

    HEY KIDS, SHOP AT THE VIRGIN MEGASTORE!

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  54. Behind the Mask, the rise of Leslie Vernon

    Final girl isn't a Virgin, she's Fucked!

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  55. Nightmare Man (2006, dir. Rolfe Kanefsky)

    Rolfe Kanefsky, among horniest of horror directors.

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  56. Sorority Row (2009)

    That house has hepatitis outbreaks for sure.

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  57. NIGHTMARE (1964)

    Oh, like you've never questioned your sanity.

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  58. The Hunchback of Norte Dame (1923)

    Beautiful 4K restoration: still too much Phoebus.

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  59. A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985)

    Why wouldn't Freddy want to be Russler?

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  60. Sam Was Here (2016)

    Finally off my Shudder watchlist after years.

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  61. Blair Witch (2016)

    Bet Blair is playing with that drone.

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  62. Paranormal Activity (2007)

    Was a harrowing game of Micah Polo.

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  63. Funhouse (2019)

    Defined by Webster's Dictionary as Hulu horror.

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  64. Jason X (2001)

    A ice cold, head smashing good time

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  65. Demonwarp (1988)

    That's a nice pair of booby traps.

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  66. Don't Breathe(2016) A man's home is his castle dungeon.

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  67. RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE (2010):

    Spent the screenwriter's salary on green screens.

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  68. Spookies (1986)

    Costume ideas for the next 17 Halloweens.

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  69. Haunt (2019)

    Avoid theme parks from Insane Clown Posse

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  70. Silent Hill (2006)

    Writter Roger Avary, which explains a lot


    Sorry, no clever pun here, it's just a good movie and i'm not sure why it was trashed at the time of release

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  71. The Fly (1986 David Cronenberg)

    Baboon...really? There were no mice available?

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  72. The Rage: Carrie 2 (1999)

    You definitely saw trailer after WWF RAW

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  73. Female Prisoner Scorpion: Jailhouse 41 (1972)

    More women in prison exploitation than horror...

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  74. Fear Street Part One: 1994 (2021)
    This is fun ok, ITS FREE PIZZA!

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  75. Halloween H20: Twenty Years Later (1998)

    Pretty distracted by Michael's very visible eyes.

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  76. Child's Play 2 (1990) Dir. John Lafia

    A world where Fire Code doesn't exist.

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  77. The Fog (1980)

    The power of radio on full display.

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  78. Night Tide 1961

    Midnight Viewing! Hypnotic dreamscapes along Venice Beach.

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  79. Venom: Let There Be Carnage (2021)

    Still shook. Haggered. I loved Venom 2.

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  80. Army of Frankensteins 2013

    Team Frankenstein, steampunk Mega Man battle confederates.

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  81. TWINS OF EVIL (1971)

    Vampiric, Satanic libertinage or Vile's virtuous cruelty?

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  82. Superdeep (2020), Dir: Arseniy Sukhin

    It's not called a borehole for nothing.

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  83. Uzumaki (2000)

    Spirals? Pfft, it's hip to be square.

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  84. Deadly Eyes

    Get me Elliot Gould’s non-union Midwestern equivalent!

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  85. RESIDENT EVIL: RETRIBUTION (2012):

    “Explain this plot to your grandma” challenge.

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  86. Friday the 13th Part III (1982)

    Thankfully, Shelley didn't have a YouTube channel

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  87. VAMPARIAH (2016)

    Who needs legs when you’ve got immortality?

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  88. Curse of the Fly (1965)

    One thing to do! Teleport more people!

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  89. The Black Cat (1934)

    The HEAT diner scene 61 years earlier.

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  90. Prince of Darkness (1987)
    The devil is a bukkake loving alien?

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  91. Halloween: Resurrection (2002)

    Having killed Laurie, Myers joins TikTok house.

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

    "Hair" might be the funniest Carpenter movie

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  93. Dolls (1987) - Bit of an an-ti-ki, but still creepy.

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  94. Luz (Tilman Singer, 2018)

    German possession flick that possess creepy weirdness

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  95. Swallow (2019)

    Screwdriver would be easier than the jack

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  96. Tetsuo: The Iron Man (1989)

    Crown jewel of Trent Reznor's porn stash

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  97. Mutant (1984)

    Bo Svenson throws away his whiskey bottle

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  98. Nightbreed (1990)

    Monster mash, it was a graveyard smash

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  99. Dracula AD 1972 (1972)

    Dracula’s happening… and it freaks me out!

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  100. Carrie (1976)

    Think I’ll skip the 10 year reunion.

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  101. The Blob (1958)

    Better horror film than The Philadelphia Story.

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  102. Prince of Darkness (1987)

    “I live! I live! Wait… Ctrl-V! Ctrl-V!”

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  103. Last House on the Left 1972

    Liked it better now than on VHS.

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    1. Revenge of Junesploitation, Horror Edition, Day 5, Revenge Horror

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  104. Black as Night(2021 Dir. Maritte Lee Go)

    The preferred nomenclature is coffin challenged Vampires.

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  105. PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE 1974

    Beef's performance started raw, finished "well done."

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  106. The Car: Road to Revenge(2019 Dir, G.J. Echternkamp)

    Good gore rest of movie was chore

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  107. Venom: Let There Be Carnage
    Dir. Andy Serkis 2021
    It’s a people-eating monster, so it counts

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  109. Psycho (1960)

    Gus Van Sant - "Wait, Norman did what!?"

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  110. Pet Sematary Two (1992) dir. Mary Lambert

    Sometimes not making a sequel is better.

    or

    Not enough movies use “Shitlist” by L7.

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  111. Malevolent (2018, dir. Olaf de Fleur)

    Pugh's the MVP (like she always is).

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  112. SUSPIRIA 1977:

    Harry Potter remake, NOT what I expected.

    Or

    "So...what's the retention rate around here?"

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  113. Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)

    Dream Warriors > Nightmare
    ______________
    Change my mind.

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  115. The First Purge (2018)
    Refuse to believe Marisa Tomei invented purge

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  116. The Final Destination (2009)

    I did that with a vacuum once.

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