Wednesday, October 6, 2021

2021 Scary Movie Challenge Day 6

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  1. 'POST-COVID CATHOLIC CHURCH DESECRATION' TWO-FER!

    Andy Serkis' VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE 3D (2021, AMC 3D theater) for the first time.

    Gollum's epic, hilarious MCU-adjacent superhero monster mash.

    OR

    Most expensive Sony Bravia OLED commercial ever.

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  2. Jeffrey Dean Morgan, William Sadler and Cary Elwes in the Sam Raimi/Robert Tapert-produced THE UNHOLY (2021, Blu-ray).

    Negan, Death AND Wesley? Douchebag Holy Trinity!

    OR

    Rare Raimi horror flick worth parents' time.

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  3. 'LUCIO FULCI'S LOOSE IN NEW ORLEANS' DOUBLE FEATURE!

    THE BEYOND (1981, DVD)
    .

    Extreme cure for freaky-looking girl's piercing headache.

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  4. DOOR TO SILENCE (1992, YouTube --English dub w/o subtitles--) for the first time. Maestro Fulci's final film.

    More hearse action than movie "The Hearse."

    OR

    "Running Around in Circles: The Motion Picture."

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  5. Paul W.S. Anderson's RESIDENT EVIL (2002, DVD).

    ♫Who kicked the dogs out?
    Lee-Loo Lee-Loo♬

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  6. Santa Sangre (1989 - Alejandro Jodorowsky)
    She only has shoulders to cry on.

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  7. The Disappointments Room (2016)

    Watched this entirely for low-hanging fruit title.

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  8. Dawn of the Dead (2004)
    Zombies faster than Vargas' 7 word reviews

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  9. Wrong Turn (2021, Dir. Mike P. Nelson)

    Like the saying goes: Modine, mo' problems.

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  10. THE REPTILE (1966)

    Killer snakes do not always come small.

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  11. Candyman (2021 - Nia DaCosta)

    As Ian Malcolm: Gentrification finds a way.

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  12. The Mummy (2017, dir. Alex Kurtzman)

    I binge-watched the entire Dark Universe franchise.

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  13. Fingers. Dir juan Orbitz, 2019

    I believe Jeremy Gardner crafted those masks.

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  14. THE VAMPIRE LOVERS (1970)

    Starting to think this movie has subtext.

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  15. The Prey (1983)

    Sometimes a movie is 90% nature footage

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  16. Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (1978)
    Jeez, Sutherland is just the WORST tattletale

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  17. Jaws 4 The revenge

    Serial killer Flying Sharks that Roar, in.....

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  18. Evil Dead (2013)

    BLOOD....Blood...blood...and a lotta sick.

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  19. Deer Woman (2005)

    Aka a native American Deer in Richmond.

    or

    Just Dream On about the snapped penis.

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  20. SISTERS (1972)

    Split screen. Fractured mind. All hail De Palma!

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  21. CAST A DEADLY SPELL (1991) Streaming on HBO Max

    It's not as bland as it's title...

    or

    Paper cuts can sure be a bitch

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  22. Carnage Park (2016)

    The T̶e̶x̶a̶s California C̶h̶a̶i̶n̶s̶a̶w Sniper Rifle Massacre

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  23. Escape Room Tournament of Champions (2021: Redbox)

    PG13 Saw meets Cube. Adequate redbox rental.

    OR

    Just like board game Mousetrap. But cheesier!

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  24. Hereditary (2018 - Ari Aster)

    Never ever try to burn a book...

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  25. SILVER BULLET (1985)

    But what about little girl's recycling subplot?

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  26. CONJURING 3: THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT (2021)

    The devil made me watch this crap!

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  27. Prince of Darkness (1987)

    Face peeling girl doesn't like Mirrors either

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  28. Grandmother's House (1988)

    The Visit except their parents are dead.

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  29. We Go On (2016)

    We don't actually. We cease to exist.

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  30. Last Shift (2014)

    No eyes, weird mouths, bags on heads.

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  31. The Deaths of Ian Stone (2007)

    Is it E-an or is it I-an?

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  32. Shadow of the Hawk (1976)

    I'm part Native American. This checks out.

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  33. Thirteen Ghosts (2001)

    Did I accidentally just watch Spy Kids

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  34. 3 from hell (2019)
    Watch them wonder what to do next

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  35. Beyond Re-Animator (2003, Brian Yuzna)

    "Adventures of Ratty and Cock" sequel, please

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  36. Terrorvision 1986

    🎵 Slime oozin' out from your TV set 🎶

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  37. Crimson Peak (2015)

    Possibly the best looking ghost designs ever?

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  38. The Gorgon 1964

    Please someone get 1960s monsters some Visine!

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  39. Spontaneous (2020)

    They say that love comes in spurts.

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  40. Deep Rising (1998, dir. Stephen Sommers)

    Friendly tentacle monster just wanted a Treat.

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  41. Slaughter (2009, dir. Stewart Hopewell)

    I can't come up with seven words.

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  42. Sisters (1972, dir. Brian De Palma)

    More French Canadian accents in thrillers, please.

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  43. Carrie (1976)
    Nobody cared that I spiked the punch.

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  44. Antebellum (2020)

    Brutal. Disturbing. Based on a true story.

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  45. Suicide Club (2001)
    That's one way to catch a train

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  46. Noriko's Dinner Table (2005)
    Very Hesitant to accept Noriko's dinner invitation

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  47. Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation (1994, dir. Kim Henkel)

    Guess I'll keep trying to like it.

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    1. Black Sabbath (1964, dir. Mario Bava)

      Boris Karloff is dead/Undead, undead, undead

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  49. Cold Fish (2005)
    Enforces my mistrust of fish store owners

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  50. Cloverfield (2008, 4k disc/sadly no Atmos)

    An indestructible camcorder outlives all the protagonists.

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  51. Prince Of Darkness (1987)
    Well, It's more like 'Prince Of goo'

    Also

    Has Donald Pleasance ever been normal? Ever?

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  52. GRAVEYARD SHIFT (1990)

    Did Andrew Divoff steal John Corbett's hair?

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  53. Thir13enn Ghosts (2001)

    So many memorable designs to forget about

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  54. Venom (2018)
    Lobster tank Hardy is all I needed

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  55. The Babysitter (2017)
    Orgy googler fretfully home alones that shit

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  56. The Conjuring (2013)

    We learn demonic spirits smell like farts.

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  57. Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid (2004)

    Frankly, an adventure beyond your wildest dreams.

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  58. V/H/S/94 (2021)

    Timo Tjahjanto is a fucking mad man.

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  59. Under the shadow (2016)

    I didn't know curtains could be terrifying.

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  60. Jaret: (sorry I couldn't post my name here's my review)

    Under the Shadow (2016)

    I didn't know curtains were so scary.

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  61. V/H/S/94 (2021)

    This franchise is just Chaybee's movie collection.

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  62. Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989)

    Cautionary reproductive rights tale circa Texas 2021.

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  63. Suspiria (1977)

    Turned my girlfriend into a Goblin fan.

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  64. THE DEAD ZONE (1983)

    The girl from High Stakes deserved better.

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  65. Halloween 2 (2009)

    Try every year, just not my jam

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  66. Possessor (2020)

    One does not simply deepthroat a poker

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  67. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

    Why do we even have that lever?

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  68. MURDER PARTY (2007)

    "Jared, we're on. Open the fucking door."

    or

    My real first remembered costume: cardboard knight.

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  69. The Babysitter: Killer Queen (2020)
    If Mtn. Dew X-treme were a movie

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  71. Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)

    Klowns be shopping forever, never got anything

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  72. Child's Play (1988)

    Excellent scene when Karen freed the D's.

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  73. Child's Play 2 (1990)

    Damit, day's without accident back to zero.

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  74. Child's Play 3 (1991)

    Andy must be Lieutenant Barclay's distant relative.

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  75. Night of the Demon (1957)

    At least his dick wasn't torn off!

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  76. Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (2010)
    Ho Ho How come so many dicks?

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  77. A Return to Salem’s Lot (1987)

    Uses all the 1987 supply of Cohen

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  78. V/H/S/94 (2021)

    "Super Sixteen: A VHS Story" coming 2024

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  79. Resident Evil: Apocalypse

    What are we doing with Nemesis’ makeup?

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  80. THE MIDNIGHT HOUR (1985)

    Pancake syrup: the official magic ring remover.

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  81. The Entity(1982 Dir. Sydney J. Furie)

    Hershey is shiny as ghost tale grimy

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  82. The Thing (1982)

    So nobody else wants to play chess?

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  83. There's Someone Inside Your House
    Surprisingly decent modern teen slasher. Good kills.

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  84. Prince Of Darkness (1987, dir. John Carpenter), first viewing!

    Goo?
    Meh.
    Victor Wong's whiskers?
    Absolutely unsettling!

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  85. Resident Evil: Extinction

    Three movies in. Pleasantly surprised so far.

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  86. Bad Moon (1996), Dir: Eric Red

    Dog detective vs Streets of Fire Werewolf!

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  87. Zombie Strippers (2008)

    Subtle? Reserved? No. Bananas Robert Englund? Yes.

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  88. Race With the Devil (1975)
    Sgt. Hulka and RVs never work out

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  89. Child’s Play 2 (1990)

    Hey! I want a doll that bleeds!

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  90. Slaxx (Elza Kephart, 2020)

    Naturally, Canada makes denim its lead actor

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  91. Sisters (1972)

    Margot Kidder speaks. Adam puts on subtitles.

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  92. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

    Rod's waking up hard in heaven now.

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  93. Poltergeist (1982)

    Forget Carol Anne; someone find the comics!

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  94. Poltergeist (1982)

    Why would you keep that clown? WHY?!?

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  95. PET SEMATARY (1989)

    The only Legend of Zelda that matters.

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  96. Dolls (1987) Dir. Stuart Gordon

    Just, like....step over them. They're dolls.

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  97. I Was a Teenage Werewolf (1957)

    The horrors of werewolfism! And also psychiatry!

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  98. Poltergeist (1982)


    Wait... go towards the light? Or away?

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  99. Magnetic Monster (1953)

    Magnetic Monster attracts lots of stock footage.

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  100. Nightwatch (1997)
    Dir: Ole Bornedal

    I really do love that Dimension logo.

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  101. V/H/S 94 (2021)

    Editor definitely googled "gunfire effects free download"

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  102. Countdown (2019)
    Dir: Justin Dec

    Final Destination by way of crappy app.

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  103. In the Earth (2021)
    Dir: Ben Wheatley

    Wait…did Ben Wheatley remake The Happening?

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  104. Late Phases (2014, dir. Adrián García Bogliano)

    "Now hear me out -- Werewolve$" - James Cameron

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  105. Poltergeist (1982)

    This film was directed by Tobe Hooper

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  106. Candyman (1992)

    Thesis project about projects legend hooks Helen.

    First time watch and really dig this movie! The whole movie as they kept mentioning the Cabrini-Green projects, I knew it sounded familiar, but couldn't think what else I knew that name from. Turned out to be Hoop Dreams (one of the kids lives in those projects), another movie I love and a weird connection to this one.

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  107. Zombie 90: Extreme Pestilence

    German ingenuity repackaged with authentic American dialogue

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  108. Killing Spree 1987

    Could Tim Ritter outdo Truth or Dare? Yes

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  110. Mom and Dad (2017) - No need to argue, parents just...kill.

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  111. Alone in the Dark (1982)

    Loomis. Lugosi. Curly. Barclay. Dream Dinner Party.

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  112. V/H/S/94 (2021)

    Thought the movie was very Ratma. Hail Ratma.

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  113. El Hoyo [AKA The Platform] (2019, dir. Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia)

    A real fucking downer. Pun not intended.

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  114. Lifeforce(1985, Dir. Tobe Hooper)

    Time in space beauty pageant judge qualifier

    or

    P-stews gaze proves too much for Railsback

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  115. WNUF Halloween Special (2013)

    I'd stay up late to watch "Sarcophagus"

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  116. Drácula
    Dir. George Melford 1931
    Juan Harker is still dull as dishwater

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  117. Idle Hands (1999)

    Ummm...huh...what?...okay??...I mean...really???

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  119. Dracula's Daughter
    Dir. Lambert Hillyer 1936
    She carries the movie in those eyes

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