Sunday, October 15, 2023

2023 Scary Movie Challenge Day 15

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  1. Tales from the Crypt Presents: Ritual (2002)

    Seagal says punani. Ritual says poom poom.

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  2. Aenigma (1987)

    Fulci’s snail fetish. I’m not kink shaming!

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  3. THE MUNSTERS (2022)

    Lily knows how to make an entrance.

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  4. Giorgio Ferroni's MILL OF THE STONE WOMEN: ENGLISH EXPORT VERSION (1960, ARROW BLU-RAY) for the first time.

    "Hourse of Wax"-ish, now with exposed areola.

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    "Bloodsucking Freaks," Italian-French co-produced scientific vampire edition.

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    "Black Sunday"-caliber Italian gothic horror, in TECHNICOLOR!

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  5. Cloverfield (2008)

    See the monster marginally less than Godzilla

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    Despite TJ Miller, this is very good

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    4K surprisingly good looking for handheld camera

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  6. 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016)

    it's one movie, then it's another one

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  7. The Devil’s Rejects (2005)

    This forever changed Free Bird for me.

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  8. Jake Gyllenhaal. Ryan Reynolds, Rebecca Ferguson in LIFE (2017, 4K UHD). First time seeing movie in 4K.

    'Nightcrawler,' 'Deadpool,' 'Jessica Atreides' versus palette-swapped 'Venom.'

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    Above-average "Alien" clone with "Twilight Zone"-worthy denouement.

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  9. THE FUNHOUSE (1981)

    Probably best to not stick around carnivals.
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    Show some respect to the fortune teller

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  10. The Breach (2022, Dir. Rodrigo Gudiño)

    I knew inner beauty was a myth!

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  13. Pet Sematary 2 (1992)

    No one yells “MOM,” quite like Furlong.

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  14. Sleepy Hollow (1999)

    Been sick. This is a comfort movie.

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  15. Disturbing Behavior (1998)

    Teenage hormones versus evil science. Totally razor.

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  16. The Wolf Man | 1941
    Gypsy Curse - Chaney forever 50 years old.

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  17. No One Will Save You (2013)

    “This girls vibe is too much” - Aliens

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  18. Friday the 13th (1980)

    My Counseling Experience was more like Meatballs

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  19. Big Trouble in Little China (1986)

    My kid not here to "get it."

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  20. War of the Worlds (2005)

    Kamiński never met naturalistic choice he liked.

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  21. BENNY LOVES YOU (2019)

    I’m no dog person, but GOOD LORD!

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  22. Blood for Dracula (1974)

    The *best* gay marxist pervert vampire movie.

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  24. Dark Harvest (2023)

    Okay, maybe boomers did have it worse.

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  25. ZODIAC (2007):

    Counting it because it still terrifies me.

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  26. Stigmata (1999)

    Signs of Jesus Christ make people wet

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  27. The Boogeyman (2023)

    You've got to burn that grief away

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  28. ALONE AT NIGHT (2022)

    Nothing is more terrifying than celebrity cameos.

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  29. Messiah of Evil (1973, dir. Willard Hyuck & Gloria Katz)

    Blue Man Group's changed since the 70's.

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  30. Dracula (1958, dir. Terence Fisher)

    a.k.a. Pennyworth: The Origin of Batman's Butler

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  31. Color Out of Space (2019)

    I think Lovecraft would've enjoyed this one.

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  32. 30 Days of Night (2007)

    Alaskan vampires: very fast and very chompy.

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  33. Tales of Halloween (2016)

    Hubby Hansel--he's so hot right now.

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  34. Bubba Ho-Tep (2002) dir. Don Coscarelli

    Not scary but still better than Butler.

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  35. Final Destination 3 (2006)

    Once we pulled out the Lincoln picture…

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  36. Maximum Overdrive (1986)

    Been afraid of electric knives ever since

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  37. THE HAUNTING (1999)

    Just imagine having to vacuum this house.

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  38. The Stylist (2020)

    Brings a tear to Joe Spinell's eye.

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  39. Strangeland

    Kevin Gage, when Ted Levine is busy.

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  40. He Knows You're Alone

    Dropped ice cream is a mortal sin.

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  41. The Pope's Exorcist

    Movie is fine, but Crowe is great.

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  42. The Howling | 1981
    80s swingers REALLY loved a theme party.

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  43. X (2022)

    McConaughey impersonator tries on uncomfortable farming footwear.

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  44. WE'RE GOING TO EAT YOU (1980, Dir. Tsui Hark)

    Now that's a different interpretation of "cousin"!

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  45. The Exorcist: Believer (2023)

    The power of crap doesn't compel me.

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  46. PYEWACKET (2017)

    Watch this on Mother’s Day, not Halloween.

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  47. Cursed | 2005
    LA werewolves would never eat that much.

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  48. Pearl (2022)

    Monologue, yes, but credits deserve equal praise.

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  49. The Mutations (1974)

    Presence of plants and Pleasance precipitates unpleasantness.

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  50. The Monster Squad (1987)

    How did wolfman's pants survive the dynamite?

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  51. Eyes Without a Face (1960 dir. Georges Franju)

    Christianne really saved face at the end!

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  52. Halloween (1978 dir. John Carpenter)

    Well, look who "Strode" back into town.

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  53. There’s Something Wrong with the Children (2023. Dir. Roxanne Benjamin).

    Everything in this movie is my nightmare.

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  54. The Blob (1958)

    Is last line a global warming premonition?

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  56. Review count for day 15: 51
    Review total after day 15: 927

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