Thursday, October 20, 2022

Scary Movie Challenge 2022 Day 20

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  1. John Saxon in Antonio Margheriti's CANNIBAL APOCALYPSE, AKA CANNIBALS IN THE STREETS, AKA SAVAGE APOCALYPSE (1980, Kino Lorber Blu-ray) for the first time. Also streaming free on TUBI, Freevee and Roku Channel.

    Vietnam veterans bite more than can chew.

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    Like "The Visitor," on-location Atlanta footage rocks.

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    Cannibal Saxon vs. motorcycle gang. Heaven? Yep.

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  2. Bernard Rose's CANDYMAN (1992, Scream! Factory 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray). First time seeing movie in 4K. Also streaming on Peacock.

    Just your typical, glorified Hollywood BEE movie.

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    If only Trevor kept his pants closed!

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  3. Writer/director/star Shinichi Fukazawa's BLOODY MUSCLE BODY BUILDER IN HELL, AKA THE JAPANESE EVIL DEAD (1995, TUBI) for the first time.

    Never seen so much papier-mΓ’chΓ©, oatmeal gore!

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    Favorite moment? Japanese Ash "Hulking out." 'Gravy?'

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    62 minutes. You can do lots worse.

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  4. Nia DaCosta's CANDYMAN (2021, Amazon Prime).

    Did Jordan Peele waste our time? "Nope".

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    Remake? Sequel? Reboot? You BEE the judge.

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  5. Black Sheep, dir Johnathan King, 2006

    Kiwis will eat all of the sheep

    Or

    Gumboots cannot guarantee safety against sheep bites

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  6. Flatliners (1990 Dir. Joel Schumacher)
    Flatliner also describes Billy Baldwins line delivery

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  7. THE CONJURING (2013, Dir. James Wan)

    That house seems Taylor-made for haunting.

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  8. Vault of Horror (1973)

    Five stories. 2 are decent. 3 portmanblow.

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  9. PSYCHO (1960)
    Bates Butchers Blonde Bathing Beauty.
    Buries Balsam.

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  10. CRIMES OF THE FUTURE (2022)

    Humans evolve while Cronenberg begins to regress.

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  11. My Best Friend Is a Vampire (1987)

    Robert Sean Leonard - yes. Everything else - meh.

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  12. Sleepwalkers (1992)

    Definitely getting some rapey vibes from Charles.

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

    Nu metal bands. What music they make.

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  14. The Innocents (2021)

    I've said it before–f*** them kids.

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  15. Shiva Baby (2021)

    Not horror? What movie were you watching?

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  16. NIGHT OF THE CREEPS (1986)

    Alternate title: "Tom Atkins vs. The Universe."

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  17. Halloween Ends (2022)

    Standing, menacingly. A Skillshare by Michael Myers

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  18. Gothic (1986)

    Going to say this is historically accurate.

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  19. Devil Rider (1989)

    The episode of Justified we all wanted.

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  20. Black Sabbath (1963)

    What’s a wobbly Wurdalak wanting to do?

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  21. Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981)

    Allegory against the United States Postal Service

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  22. Frightmare (1981)

    Thieving thespians think theatre tropes tritely trivial.

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  23. The Monster (2016) - First time viewing

    By "monster," you mean "increasingly problematic metaphor."

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

    Still hella fun on approx. 10th viewing.

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  25. Child’s Play (1988)

    Evilest part: wrapping clothes in doll box.

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  26. Let the Right One In (2008)

    Origin of Dracula's ASMR Rubik's Cube channel

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  27. The Hidden (1987)

    A gem! Plus, surprise Trejo and Shaye!

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  28. Child's Play 3 (1991)

    Col. Shelton chucked around and found out.

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  29. Barbarian (2022)

    I haven't guessed this wrong since SATs.

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  30. Bride of Chucky (1998)

    With this ring I kill thee dead.

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  31. NOPE (2022):

    I like it about twenty percent more!

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  32. V/H/S/99 (2022)

    I can't wait until they make D/V/D.

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  33. Cooties

    Sub 90 minute movies feel long too.

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  34. Child’s Play 2 (1990)

    Universe rebalanced: Chris Sarandon is no hero.

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  35. Wishmaster (1997)

    Would you like a nice Djinn Tonic?

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  36. HALLOWEEN (2018):

    “I got peanut butter on my penis.”

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  38. Lady in White (1988)

    Modern movies unwilling to strangle child protagonists.

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  39. Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 (2000)

    Original movie? Bullshit. Goofy sequel? Totally real!

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  40. THE DEADLY SPAWN (1983)

    Lamprey eels are underused as movie monsters.

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  41. GIRL ON THE THIRD FLOOR (2019)
    Marble Madness was more fun on NES.

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  42. Halloween Ends (2022)

    First graduate of Myers masterclass fares poorly.

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  43. Nina Forever (2015)

    Supermarket wage can’t support this sheet budget!

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  44. THE EXORCIST (1973):

    Possessed Regan not dissimilar from most teenagers.

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  45. Phantasm III (1994)

    ZomBJ. That’s my whole review. Extra word.

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  46. Alison's Birthday (1981, Ian Coughlan)

    Waiting whole movie for Spinal Tap's Stonehenge...

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    Vulcan nerve pinch, the real fantasy here.

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  47. Hellraiser: Hellworld (2005, dir. Rick Bota)

    This is why I skip social gatherings.

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  48. Godzilla Raids Again (1955, dir. Motoyoshi Oda)

    Feel like that avalanche won't hold him.

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  49. Hellraiser: Revelations (2011, dir. Victor Garcia)

    Pinhead looks like cosplayer impressed with himself.

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  50. Dead Alive (1992)

    Kung fu zombie priest's ugly rugrat rules.

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  51. Children of the Corn (1984 - Fritz Kiersch)
    Got stabbed: Still runs faster than me.

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  52. Rabid (1977 - David Cronenberg)
    Who doesn't remember the '77 armpit stabbings?

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  53. Misery (1990 Rob Reiner)

    Remind me to make that orthopedics appointment.

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  54. Trick 'r Treat (2007)

    Bad Santa kid shoulda stuck with Christmas

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  55. She Will (2021; Dir. Charlotte Colbert)

    1950’s Sunset Boulevard meets 2015’s The Witch.

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