Tuesday, October 24, 2023

2023 Scary Movie Challenge Day 24

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    1. MADMAN (1981, FREEVEE).

      Strong campfire opening. Generic textbook slasher afterward.

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      Killer mad because candy bar's name misspelled?

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      Lesson: don't lose head over car trouble.

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  2. Wrong Turn (2003 - Rob Schmidt)
    Inbreds running a pretty successful towing company.

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  3. Deadly Games (1982, Arrow Blu-ray) for the first time.

    Audience wants "final girl" dead. Killer obliges.

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    Old-school movie palace, most likable/sympathetic "character."

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  4. The Devil on Trial - 2023 Documentary by Chris Holt
    The devil really likes calling people "douchebag"

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  5. Near Dark (1987)

    Cooks like sunlight through a bullet hole

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  6. Evil Dead Rise (2023)

    Shame, that Necronomicon dance mix would've slapped

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  7. The Conjuring (2013)

    Haunted house better than working at Initech

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  8. Wishmaster (1997)

    Why did they immediately commit blind guy?

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  9. The Killing Of A Sacred Deer (2017, Dir. Yorgos Lanthimos)

    Bill Camp handy jay is thoroughly upsetting.

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  11. Wolf Creek (2005)

    Four horrible words: "head on a stick"

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  12. The Tingler (1959) dir. William Castle

    Classic blunder: marrying Price in Castle film.
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    You murdered your wife? Let’s work together.
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    Ask for your LSD by name: Percepto!

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  13. Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) dir. Charles Barton

    Legosi, Cheney show up, Karloff wins title?!?!?

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  14. QUARTZ VEIN (2021)

    Who runs Bartertown? Certainly not these people.

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  15. Wishmaster (1997)
    Maybe “wish” was the friends we made…

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  16. Event Horizon (1997, dir. Paul W.S. Anderson)

    Did the math. The science checks out.

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  17. The Devil Commands (1941, dir. Edward Dmytryk)

    Karloff plays mad scientist. Who would've thought?

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  18. Cabin Fever (2002, dir. Eli Roth)

    This movie is so 2002 it hurts.

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  19. The Invisible Man (1933) dir. James Whale

    More like: The Invisible Crazy Horny Murderer.

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  20. All Cheerleaders Die (2013) Lucky McKee

    Better ending if Maddy got a telegram.

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  21. THE NIGHTGOWN (2023)

    Exorcisms are one thing, but backwoods exorcisms?

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  22. Villains (2019 Dir. Dan Berk and Robert Olsen)

    Skarsgård should learn to avoid children altogether.
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    Blind watch surprise scary movie month favorite

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  23. Satan's Little Helper

    My friends hate me for showing this.

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  24. Terrifier 2

    This review is actually 138 letters long.

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  25. The Rage: Carrie 2

    Should have just called it The Rage.

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  26. -John Carpenter's They Live (1988)

    You could always just buy more bubblegum.

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  27. Halloween Ends (2022)

    "Teach me"
    Stab, stab
    "Ok, got it"

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  28. The Giant Gila Monster (1959)

    Laugh Children Laugh...The Earworm of Nightmares.

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  29. -John Carpenter's Big Trouble in Little China (1986)

    Dreading the politics of Jack Burton's podcast.

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  30. Wishmaster (1997, dir. Robert Kurtzman)

    But "Alexandra Amberson: The Last Dance" when?

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  31. Sleepy Hollow (1999)

    Depp, Ricci, Walken, Gambon, Richardson, Mcdiarmid, Lee

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  32. Beyond the Gates (2016)
    Good, I just needed a bit more

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  33. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane (1962)
    Modern remake would include a cosmetic tie-in

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  34. Event Horizon (1997)
    The ‘90s scariest event behind Woodstock 99.

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  35. The Howling (1981)
    Cabins in the woods are never good

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  36. INVISIBLE SISTER (2015)

    It's horror because she swallowed a bug.

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  37. Crawl (2019)
    Another reason not to move to Florida

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  38. Eight Legged Freaks (2002)

    You're an arachnid? I'm an Arquette-Head!

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  39. 30 Days of Night (2007)

    Secret 40 Days and 40 Nights sequel?

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  40. Cobweb (2023. Dir. Samuel Bodin)

    A new, terrifying Halloween-y movie? Yes, please!

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  41. Children of the Corn (1984) dir. Fritz Kiersch

    Would be infinitely better without supernatural nonsense.

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    Almost killed by inability to follow directions.

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  42. TARGETS (1968, Dir. Peter Bogdanovich)

    What do Boris' hand say to face?

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  43. THE LEOPARD MAN (1943, Dir. Jacques Tourneur)

    Tony the Tiger had already booked commercials...

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  44. TREMORS (1990, Dir. Ron Underwood)

    Graboids sensing vibes like huge underground chihuahuas!

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  45. NOSFERATU THE VAMPYRE (1979, Dir. Werner Herzog)

    They need cough drops, so much coffin!

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  46. GHOST STORY (1981, Dir. John Irving)

    Hotel fall, peen seen in 35 mm!

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  47. SONNY BOY (1989, Dir. Robert Martin Caroll)

    Carradine's a real bell ringer in this!

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  48. ZOMBI 3 (1988, Dir. Lucio Fulci?)

    Refrigerator head might've belonged to Omen photographer

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  49. NIGHT OF THE WEREWOLF (1981 Dir. Paul Naschy)

    Naschy director nets Naschy actor onscreen ass!

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  50. MURDERS IN THE RUE MORGUE (1932, Dir. Robert Florey)

    "Lugosi's Unibrow" name punk bands should ape!

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  51. THE OMEN (1976, Dir. Richard Donner)

    The power of tyke's trike compells you

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  52. THE KILLING OF SATAN (1983, Dir. Efren C Piñon)

    Lando androgynous snake people and denim clothing!

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  53. THE HOUSE THAT DRIPPED BLOOD (1971, Dir. Peter Duffell)

    So rad, print was color faded RED!

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  54. LEVIATHAN (1989, Dir. George P Cosmatos)

    Leviathan at one point looks like ham!

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  55. HIGH TENSION (2003, Dir. Alexandre Aja)

    Haute hotties, tense tension, psycho sexual slasher

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  56. HELLBOUND: HELLRAISER 2 (1988, Dir. Tony Randall)

    She messed up his Sonny Crockett suit!

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  57. Review count for day 24: 55
    Review total after day 24: 1374

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