Saturday, October 8, 2022

Scary Movie Challenge 2022 Day 8


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  1. Dario Argento's SUSPIRIA (1977, Synapse 4K UHD Blu-ray).

    "Sit, Ubu, sit."
    "Terrifying devil dog!"
    (woof!).

    OR

    Daria Nicolodi. Argento muse, RAZOR SHARP wit.


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  2. Luca Guadagnino's SUSPIRIA (2018, Amazon Prime 4K Streaming).

    Hit-Girl grows up, leaves body trail... again!

    OR

    Makes interesting double bill with Zulawki's "Possession."

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  3. David Bruckner's HELLRAISER (2022, Hulu) for the first time.

    "Monster Squad" fat kid: "Pinhead's got boobs!"

    OR

    Congratulations on making FOURTH best "Hellraiser" movie.

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  4. Land of the Dead (2005)

    Despite Big Daddy, few asses backing up.

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  5. An American Werewolf In Paris (1997)

    If Zapped! was the sequel to Carrie

    OR

    Compliant with late 90’s Smash Mouth legislation

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    1. Zapped and Carrie shared universe!? so in.

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  6. SUSPIRIA (2018):

    I still really like this movie. Sorry.

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  7. HALLOWEEN H20: TWENTY YEARS LATER (1998, Dir. Steve Miner)

    Early JGL death fails to prevent "Snowden".

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  8. Hellraiser (2022):
    We have such 'meh's to show you.

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  9. Hell Fest (2018)

    Not enough hand jobs at this funhouse

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  10. HELLBOY (2004)

    Hellboy's secretly eating those cats, isn't he?

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  11. Hellraiser (2022, Dir. David Bruckner)
    Homer's voice "THE TURKEY'S A LITTLE DRY?!?!"

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  12. Silver Bullet (1985)

    Welcome to Pimp My Ride: Wheelchair Edition

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    1. or

      Should have stayed in Canada, Anne Shirley.

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  13. THE BEAST MUST DIE! (1974)

    I guessed I was the werewolf...wrong:(

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  14. Werewolf By Night (2022)

    Disney watched Universal Monsters and liked it

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    1. Or

      Werewolf and Man-Thing are friends, kill people

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  15. Blackout (2008, dir. Rigoberto Castañeda)

    Stuck in elevator with Armie Hammer. Terrifying!

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  16. Deadstream (2022 NOW ON SHUDDER)
    Modern love letter to Raimi. BEEF CAM!

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  17. Carrie (1976 - Brian DePalma)
    Snoop Dogg: Drop it like it's blood.

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  18. HELLBOY II: THE GOLDEN ARMY (2008)

    I'd totally shop at the Troll Market.

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  19. My Best Friend's Exorcism (2022)

    Drugs, booze, cure and cause of demons.

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  20. SANTO VS. FRANKENSTEIN'S DAUGHTER (1971)

    Doctora Frankenstein sure has a mean streak

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  21. The Faculty (1998)

    Frodo pushes drugs to woo Mia Toretto

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  22. Black Sunday (1960)

    Watched Saturday yet still black. Demand refund.

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  23. Resident Evil (2002)

    James Purefoy performances evaporate like cotton candy

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  24. Hellraiser (2022)

    We Have Such Sights To Show Zzz...

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  25. The House of the Devil(2009) Hell of a night to be "babysitting"

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  26. Demon City Shinjuku (1988)

    Whenever Redhead does the thing... it's 1982!

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  27. HELLBOY (2019)

    Come for Baba Yaga, stay for wereleopard.

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  28. Martyrs (2015)

    Ne tient pas une bougie a l'original

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  29. THE PAUL LYNDE HALLOWEEN SPECIAL (1976)

    Florence Henderson appears as the sexiest woman!

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  30. The Hidden (1987)

    Some severe indigestion leads to Ferrari theft.

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  31. In the Mouth of Madness

    Sutter Cane is a hack. A hack!

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  32. Dawn of the Dead (2004)

    This doesn't look like an American mall...

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  33. High Spirits (1988)

    O’Toole’s only in it for the boos

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  34. Willow Creek(2013) Bigfoot reigning hide and go seek champion

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  35. Halloween: Resurrection (2002)

    Michael’s singin’ “Bye guy from American Pie”

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  36. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

    He would’ve had more luck on Grinder.

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  37. GHOST RIDER (2007)

    Demonic hellspawn would listen to the Carpenters.

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  38. Extraordinary Tales (Dir. Raúl García)

    Draculas, Warlock and Guillermo Poe one out.

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  39. Hellraiser (2022)

    "National Treasure III: Pinhead and the Cenobites"

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  40. Unfriended (2014)
    There's a lot of reading in this

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  41. Kill, Baby... Kill! (1966)

    They forgot to color in the girl.

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  42. GHOST RIDER: SPIRIT OF VENGEANCE (2011)

    Satan looks like Maurice from Northern Exposure?

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  43. Santo y Blue Demon vs Dracula y el Hombre Lobo (Dir. Miguel M Delgado 1973)

    Dracula peeps girl, Blue Demon peeps Wolfman!
    ALSO
    This film looks super ¡Magnifico! on Tubi!

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  44. The Devil Rides Out (1968)

    Er staat een paard in de gang!
    Or
    And the horse you rode in on!

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  45. A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master

    Cemetery plot for Freddy's victims? Fuckin' A!

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  46. SWAMP THING (1982)

    Barbeau's great, but how about Nanette Brown?

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  47. Hellraiser (2022)

    Let's do Hellraiser mixed with Thirteen Ghosts

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  48. Piranha 3D (2010, dir. Alexandre Aja)

    The boob with boobs boobed bloodily boobily.

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  49. Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Sleeps (1999)

    Sleeping with a priest purifies your soul?

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  50. Nightbreed (1990)

    It's Jan. 6th meets a monster mash!

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  51. Scream (2022)

    Mild spoiler

    That girl is set on fire again!

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    1. I thought the same thing. She's being typecasted 🤣

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  52. Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990)

    I wanna go to the Canada restaurant

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  53. Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948)

    Might be my favorite Universal Monster movie

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  54. The Last Man on Earth (1964)

    Might be my favorite Vincent Price movie

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  55. Poltergeist (1982)

    "Real skeletons... like Tobe used to make."

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    1. Watched the 4K blu recently. Looks amazing. Movie completely holds up, like, top 5 holds up for that decade of Horror. So good.

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  56. Significant Other (2022)

    Maika killing it as she always does.

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  57. RETURN OF SWAMP THING (1989)

    Return of my disgust for this movie.

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  58. HELLRAISER (2022)

    The Wishmaster requires less murder for wishes.

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  59. Ouija (2014) dir. Stiles White

    Gullible protagonists easily duped by dullest villains.

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  60. Day of the Dead (1985)

    Zombie of the year award 1985: Bub

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  61. Hellraiser: Bloodline (1996, dir. Kevin Yagher)

    Ben Wyatt finally learns to treat himself.

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  62. Last Night In Soho (2021) - First time viewing

    Part "Dead Again." Part "Frequency." More stabby.

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  63. Smile (2022)
    Well at least I go out happy!

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  64. DEMON KNIGHT (1995)
    Adam Riske is right. This movie rules.

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  65. Trick 'r Treat (2007)

    This movie really embodies the Halloween spirit.

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  66. Demonoid: Messenger of Death (1981)

    Really gotta HAND it to the producers.

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  67. WNUF Halloween Special, dir Chris LaMartina, 2013

    Screen your live calls like your demons.

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  68. Night of the Demons (1988)

    Yeah, that sometimes happens at Angela parties...

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  69. DR. SYN, ALIAS THE SCARECROW (1963)

    10% scarecrow action, 90% powdered wig bureaucrats.

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  70. Smile

    So... spread trauma or else more trauma?

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  72. NEAR DARK (1987)
    Hudson, Bishop, and Vasquez turned into vampires?!

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  73. Satan's Triangle (1975)

    Thought a Satan's Triangle was... something else.

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  75. These reviews have been counted for the monthly tally. Please post your reviews on today's thread.

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