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Horror Challenge (Official, October 2019)

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Post by sol » October 8th, 2019, 4:18 pm

We all go a little mad sometimes...
Going a little mad sometimesShow
1. Happy Death Day (2017) REVISION
2. Happy Death Day 2U (2019)
3. The Mansion of Madness (1973)
4. Berberian Sound Studio (2012)
5. My Bloody Valentine (2009)
6. The Dark Power (1985)
7. The Brainiac (1962)
8. Poultrygeist (2006)
9. Videodrome (1983) REVISION
10. Evil Dead II (1987)
11. Halloween (2018)
12. Scream (1996) REVISION
13. Scream 2 (1997) REVISION
14. El Incidente (2014)
15. Santa Claus (1959)
16. Time Share (2018)
17. Genuine. (1920)
18. Scream 3 (2000) REVISION
19. Scream 4 (2011) REVISION
20. Evil Dead (2013)
21. Sinister Circle (2017)

22. Charlie's Farm (2014)

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It is pretty easy to predict that a thought-dead serial killer whose body was never found is still alive, living at the title location and just waiting on a chance to kill again. What is not so expected is that it takes over an hour for this plot turn to develop. Not only that - the friends do not even reach their destination until over 30 minutes in. Their motivations do not add up either; they are tired of going to the beach, so this is the next best thing?

#HUNT #DamnYouMaxForEnticingMeToWatchSuchCrapWithYourBonusChallenges :P
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Good poster, but the film has a 4.x rating on IMDb for a reason.

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Post by maxwelldeux » October 8th, 2019, 7:03 pm

sol wrote:
October 8th, 2019, 4:18 pm
#DamnYouMaxForEnticingMeToWatchSuchCrapWithYourBonusChallenges :P
Hah! If it makes you feel better, I've also seen Charlie's Farm (for one of the Australia challenges), and you're not wrong about it at all.

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Post by 72allinncallme » October 8th, 2019, 7:19 pm

8. Herutâ sukerutâ (2012)
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1. The Manitou (1978)
2. The Killer Shrews (1959)
3. Kamera o tomeru na! (2017)
4. The Damned (1962)
5. Esta Noite Encarnarei no Teu Cadáver (1967)
6. Shan zhong zhuan qi (1979)
7. The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra (2001)
8. Herutâ sukerutâ (2012)

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Post by psychotronicbeatnik » October 8th, 2019, 7:31 pm

11. A Quiet Place (2018 / John Krasinski) FTV 9/10
12. La nuit a devore le monde; aka: The Night Eats the World (2010 / Dominique Rocher) FTV 8/10
13-22. Castle Rock: Season One (2018 / various) FTV 8+/10

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1. The Dead Don’t Die (2019 / Jim Jarmusch) FTV 7/10
2. Village of the Damned (1960 / Wolf Rilla) 8/10
3. Scream, Pretty Peggy (1973 / Gordon Hessler) FTV 5/10
4. Critters Attack! (2019 / Bobby Miller) FTV 7-/10
5. Busanhaeng, aka: Train to Busan (2016 / Sang-ho Yeon) FTV 8+/10
6. Irreversible (2002 / Gaspar Noe) FTV 7+/10
7. Shingeki no kyojin, aka: Attack on Titan: Part 1 (2015 / Shinji Higuchi) FTV 7+/10
8. Juan de los muertos, aka: Juan of the Dead (2011 / Alejandro Brugues) FTV 8+/10
9. The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (2009 / Tom Six) FTV 7+/10
10. Insidious (2010 / James Wan) FTV 7-/10
11. A Quiet Place (2018 / John Krasinski) FTV 9/10
12. La nuit a devore le monde; aka: The Night Eats the World (2010 / Dominique Rocher) FTV 8/10
13-22. Castle Rock: Season One (2018 / various) FTV 8+/10

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Post by albajos » October 8th, 2019, 8:35 pm

19. Boo! A Madea Halloween (2016) USA | Hong Kong 96 checks
20. Boo 2! A Madea Halloween (2017) USA 34 checks
My first Medeas. Probably my last.
21. Graveyard Shift (1990) USA | Japan 506 checks
I used to have a book called Films of Stephen King or something. Which covered Carrie to Misery. I've seen most of them but not this one.
22. Embrace of the Vampire (1995) USA 210 checks
Twilight with even less story.
23. Valentine (2001) USA 916 checks #BINGO D2 Police officer on the case makes advances to one of the girls that has been harassed by the murderer. He's not seen in the movie afterwards, so that was his arch...
24. Pagan Invasion: Halloween Trick or Treat (1991) USA 2 checks
Christian Mondo Documentary. Trying to give us some "real" pagan rituals. At least they let some real pagans and horror producers also create a second opinion.

#DEATH With 66 horror titles, and often as the asshole or bad guy, 5 wasn't so hard to reach. Just limited to the 90s.
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09. Child's Play 2 (1990) (voice)
21. Graveyard Shift (1990)
10. Child's Play 3 (1991) (voice)
02. Critters 4 (1992)
05. Bride of Chucky(1998) (voice)
and max, I saw I wrote the wrong year on Child's Play 3. It's 91 not 90.

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+4 They Shoot Zombies, Don't They? (43,1%)

B is for Boo!Show
01. Critters 3 (1991) USA 788 checks
02. Critters 4 (1992) USA 374 checks #BINGO C3
03. Critters Attack! (2019) USA 22 checks #BINGO C1
04. Frozen Scream (1975) USA 27 checks #HUNT 2 #BINGO A3
05. Bride of Chucky(1998) USA | Canada 1 official list 4 377 checks
06. Seed of Chucky (2004) Romania | UK 2 421 checks #BINGO D3
07. Curse of Chucky (2013) USA | Canada 1 223 checks #BINGO B1
08. Cult of Chucky (2017) USA 389 checks #BINGO B4
09. Child's Play 2 (1990) USA 1 official list 3 477 checks #BINGO B2
10. Child's Play 3 (1991) UK | USA 1 official list 2 655 checks [rewatch]
11. Abby (1974) USA 60 checks
12. The Haunting (1963) UK 6 official list 7 920 checks
13. Haunted Honeymoon (1986) USA 314 checks
14. Tales from the Far Side II (1997) Canada 15 checks
15. Creepshow (1982) USA 1 official list 5 180 checks
16. Creepshow 2 (1987) USA 1 official list 1 392 checks [rewatch]
17. Koko-di Koko-da (2019) Sweden | Denmark 24 checks
18. Creepshow 3 (2006) USA 150 checks

!seen 24

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Post by Lonewolf2003 » October 8th, 2019, 9:23 pm

10. Incubo sulla città contaminata [Nightmare City] (1980): 7.5 - Of course there's enough to criticize in this, not least of all the horrible ending ever and inconsistency in the intelligence of these infected zombies (They seem to be as smart as the plot needs them to be at that moment), but don't let that spoil the fun in this pure entertainment exploitation movie.
Oh the horror... can be so much fun!Show
1. Blacula (1972): 5.0
2. Scream Blacula Scream (1973): 6.5
3. La maschera del demonio [Black Sunday] (1960): 8.2 -
4. I vampiri (1956): 6.8
5. Operazione paura [Kill Baby, Kil] (1966): 7.5
6. Reazione a catena [A Bay of Blood] (1971): 7.5
7. Lisa e il diavolo [Lisa and the Devil] (1973): 6.5
8. La notte che Evelyn uscì dalla tomba [The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave] (1971): 7.2
9. La dama rossa uccide sette volte [ The Red Queen Kills 7 Times] (1972): 7.5

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Post by medium cool » October 8th, 2019, 9:38 pm

*/*****

ftv in blue
repeat viewings in black

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Oct. 1
1. Robot Monster (Tucker, 1953) - **1/2
2. Maniac (Esper, 1934) - ***

Oct. 2
3. High Life (Denis, 2019) - ****
4. Slaughterhouse Rock (Logothetis, 1988) - **1/2

Oct. 3
5. El Bar (de la Iglesia, 2017) - **1/2
6. Summer of 84 (Simard/Whissellx2, 2018) - ***1/2
7. Busanhaeng / Train to Busan (Sang-ho, 2016) - **

Oct. 4
8. Murder Party (Saulnier, 2007) - still ***1/2
9. Def by Temptation (Bond III, 1990) - ***
10. Ice Cream Man - (Norman, 1995) - **
11. EvilSpeak (Weston, 1981) - **1/2
Oct. 5
12. Thinner (Holland, 1996) - still ***
13. Christine (Carpenter, 1983) - still ***
14. In the Tall Grass (Natali, 2019) - **1/2
15. I Bury the Living (Band, 1958) - ***
16. Shrunken Heads (Elfman, 1994) - ***1/2
17. Blackout (Hickox, 1985) - **1/2

Oct. 6
18. Brightburn (Yarovesky, 2019) - **
19. The Dead Don't Die (Jarmusch, 2019) - ****
20. My Soul to Take (Craven, 2010) - **
21. The Willies (Peck, 1990) - ***

Oct. 7
22. Raw Force (Murphy, 1992) - **
23. Halloween (Green, 2018) - ***1/2, down from **** (more lacking on the small screen. as cinema experience, it would remain an 8/10.)
24. The Nun (Hardy, 2018) - *1/2
25. Bad Channels (Nicolaou, 1992) - ***1/2

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Post by Carmel1379 » October 9th, 2019, 12:11 am

#16 Frankenweenie (2012, Tim Burton) 6/10
Thrill-O-Meter: “The fear of loss is a path to the Dark Side. Death is a natural part of life. Rejoice for those around you who transform into the Force. Mourn them, do not. Miss them, do not. Attachment leads to jealousy. The shadow of greed, that is. Train yourself to let go of everything you fear to lose.”


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#17 Nosferatu, Eine Symphonie des Grauens (1922, F.W. Murnau) (2nd viewing) (soundtrack: The Gerogerigegege - Hell Driver & Endless Humiliation) 7/10 (from 8)
„ Einen shönen hals hat Eure Frau . . . . . “

Thrill-O-Meter: 1 out of 10 screams for influentially nailing… I meant long nails -- claws and fangs


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#18 The Fly (1986, David Cronenberg) (2nd viewing) 9/10
"when everything has been taken care of, when nothing can go wrong, or even surprise us . . . something will"

Thrill-O-Meter: 3 out of 10 cheeseburgers making computers crazy


#19 Treehouse of Horror VII (rewatch?), VIII, IX
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That is not dead which can eternal lie.
And with strange aeons even death may die.



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#1 The Evil Dead (1981, Sam Raimi) (2nd+ viewing) 9/10 (from 6)
“What the hell was that? Are you trying to kill us?”
“Hey don’t blame me, it’s your steering wheel. The damn thing jerked right out of my hand."
“I don’t understand, I just had this thing in for a tune-up yesterday and they said they’d go over everything”
“Yeah, well you better get it back, since the damned thing don’t work. Only thing that does work is this lousy horn.”

The film never once pretends to side from the perspective of the human characters, we don’t see the world from their point of view. It’s a masterpiece in showing the humans as prey, who are -- since the very beginning -- stalked in their car from behind and around. Invisible forces are rushing in through the forests, eyes are exploiting every vulnerability, emergent bizarrities begin locking in, cornering, and invading their victims now trapped within an occult trap, a magical vortex, Their playground. And the film transports one to the numinous field.

“You mean no one’s seen this place yet?”

Thrill-O-Meter: 4 out of 10 car honks because it’s not "The Ultimate Experience In Grueling Terror" for nothing (although in a sense, out there, maybe Nothing is exactly how).


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#2 Street Trash (1987, James M. Muro) 7/10
The mishaps and bumpy adventures of Brooklyn’s homeless alcoholics, in an environment saturated with ominous sonics and dissipating lethal substances, where chaos is bound to erupt at any given moment, nothing is devoid of complete absurdity, and no human interaction is without banter or clashing interests. There are junkyard aesthetics, whooshing camera movements, seething paint discharges, gas masks, graffiti, lots of liquor and dirt, so this is a real joy to watch. Moreover the opening sequence is among the finest I’ve seen this year

Thrill-O-Meter: 1 out of 10 screams for realistically creating a world of desperation and menace
Hilarit-E-Meter: 3 out of 10 laughs for -- nonetheless -- seeing sympathisable characters trying to keep up high spirits, participating in an atmosphere of glee, misconceptions, and farcicality


#3 Epidemic (1987, Lars von Trier) 6/10
SWAP: viewtopic.php?f=1&t=4559

Thrill-O-Meter: 0 out of 10 screams, although it was nice to see a psychotic break for a high-count screaming character within the film


#4 The Dead Don’t Die (2019, Jim Jarmusch) 6/10
Thrill-O-Meter: 0 out of 10 screams
Hilarit-E-Meter: 2 out of 10 laughs


#5 カメラを止めるな! / Don’t Stop the Camera! / One Cut of the Dead (2017, Shinichirou Ueda) 3/10
This is so metafictional and boring it shouldn’t even count it (it’s basically like watching two daft DVD bonus content special features with awkward music), but since I expected this to be a horror-comedy prior to watching and ended up sitting through it anyway, I’ll just count it along, to be generous

Thrill-O-Meter: Nope
Hilarit-E-Meter: 0 out of 10 laughs


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#6 The Happening (2008, M. Night Shyamalan) 7/10
Thrill-O-Meter: 4 out of 10 screams for an increasingly more intricate and intense (albeit somewhat oddly campy, urgent, cloying) depiction of societal disintegration/weirding and psychological breakdowns following a coiling wave of inexplicable mass suicide, and also because it’s a smart film presenting a provoking scenario, cultivating connections, influencing the weather


#7 Freaks (1932, Tod Browning) 6/10
Thrill-O-Meter: 0 out of 10 screams


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#8 Evil Dead II (1987, Sam Raimi) (2nd viewing) 8/10 (from 6)
Groovy.

Thrill-O-Meter: 1 out of 10 screams for undead matter metamorphoses, body dismemberments, grotesquely weird coordinated ‘unity-in-separation’, alien hand syndrome, psychological manipulations, and “dirty bastards” variably ridiculing frail humanity on a whim


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#9 Army of Darkness (1992, Sam Raimi) (2nd viewing) 8/10 (from 6)
Groovy.

Thrill-O-Meter: 1 out of 10 screams for dark fantasy action with an extensive bestarium


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#10 In the Tall Grass (2019, Vincenzo Natali) 7/10
Thrill-O-Meter: 1 out of 10 screams for an intensive voyage into alien topologies and curvatures of spacetime


#11 Menu Total (1986, Christoph Schlingensief) 4/10
SWAP: viewtopic.php?f=1&t=4568

Thrill-O-Meter: 0 out of 10 “MAAMAAAAAA”s, among a million other squealed words
Hilarit-E-Meter: 0 out of 10 laughs


#12 Student Bodies (1981, Michael Ritchie & Mickey Rose) 7/10
An entertaining compact dissection of the protocol-like tropes and rules operating the rhythms of slashers and a parody of all the American cultural wackiness corresponding to and reflected by slashers. The villain in the story is none other than the viewers themselves, reproducing the audience’s desires and logic. Kill count, “boobies”, suspect, eggplant, money, education, talking in class, “who would logically have access to the murder weapons”, “the chair”, social exclusion, the game, important plot point, rebellion, prom, … all these somehow mass appeal American cultural stocks, social investments, micro-intensive aspects of daily lives and fantasies. I don’t know, it’s such a bizarre world for me. This film gets that across and -- like, say, ‘South Park’, ‘The Simpsons’, the Coen bros. and ‘Freaks and Geeks’ I guess -- it’s elucidative and compelling. The ultimate perceptive fuck you. And perhaps this just shows regular genre slashers aren’t for me. Anyway, the film also holds sway perfectly on its own, it has many authentically original humorous threads on top of everything

Thrill-O-Meter: 0 out of 10 screams
Hilarit-E-Meter: 5 out of 10 laughs


#13 Friday the 13th (1980, Sean S. Cunningham) 3/10
Thrill-O-Meter: 0 out of 10 screams


#14 Scream (1996, Wes Craven) (2nd viewing) 6/10
Thrill-O-Meter: 0 out of 10 screams


#15 Scre4m (2011, Wes Craven) 5/10
Thrill-O-Meter: 0 out of 10 screams


#16 Frankenweenie (2012, Tim Burton) 6/10
Thrill-O-Meter: “The fear of loss is a path to the Dark Side. Death is a natural part of life. Rejoice for those around you who transform into the Force. Mourn them, do not. Miss them, do not. Attachment leads to jealousy. The shadow of greed, that is. Train yourself to let go of everything you fear to lose.”


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#17 Nosferatu, Eine Symphonie des Grauens (1922, F.W. Murnau) (2nd viewing) (soundtrack: The Gerogerigegege - Hell Driver & Endless Humiliation) 7/10 (from 8)
„ Einen shönen hals hat Eure Frau . . . . . “

Thrill-O-Meter: 1 out of 10 screams for influentially nailing… I meant long nails -- claws and fangs


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#18 The Fly (1986, David Cronenberg) (2nd viewing) 9/10
"when everything has been taken care of, when nothing can go wrong, or even surprise us . . . something will"

Thrill-O-Meter: 3 out of 10 cheeseburgers making computers crazy


#19 Treehouse of Horror VII (rewatch?), VIII, IX
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whom shall we find
Sufficient? who shall tempt with wand’ring feet
The dark unbottom’d infinite Abyss,
And through the palpable obscure find out
His uncouth way, or spread his aerie flight,
Upborn with indefatigable wings,
Over the vast abrupt, ere he arrive
The happy Ile?

Nur dein Auge – ungeheuer / Blickt michs an, Unendlichkeit!
Close the world. ʇxǝu ǝɥʇ uǝdO.
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Post by VincentPrice » October 9th, 2019, 12:33 am

39. Pet Sematary II-1992: 8/10 (rewatch)
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1. American Horror Story: 1984-"Mr. Jingles"-2019: 8/10
2. Jessabelle-2014: 6/10
3. Slasher: The Executioner-"An Eye for an Eye"-2016: 8/10
4. Slasher: The Executioner-"Digging Your Grave with Your Teeth"-2016: 8/10
5. Crawl-2019: 10/10
6. Sleepwalkers-1992: 8/10 (rewatch)
7. Slasher: The Executioner-"Like as Fire Eateth Up and Burneth Wood"-2016: 8/10
8. Slasher: The Executioner-"As Water is Corrupted Before it Moves"-2016: 8/10
9. Anaconda-1997: 8/10 (rewatch)
10. The Toybox-2018: 4/10
11. Slasher: The Executioner-"Ill-Gotten Gaints"-2016: 8/10
12. Slasher: The Executioner-"The One Who Sows His Own Flesh"-2016: 9/10
13. Slasher: The Executioner-"In the Pride of His Face"-2016: 8/10
14. Slasher: The Executioner-"Soon Your Own Eyes Will See"-2016: 8/10
15. Super 8-2011: 9/10 (rewatch)
16. The Nest-1988: 9/10 (rewatch)
17. Shaun of the Dead-2004: 10/10 (rewatch)
18. Deep Rising-1998: 9/10 (rewatch)
19. Dolls-1987: 10/10 (rewatch)
20. Disturbing Behavior-1998: 8/10 (rewatch)
21. The Gate-1987: 8/10 (rewatch)
22. Murder-Rock-1984: 7/10
23. Cabin Fever-2002: 10/10 (rewatch)
24. Santa Clarita Diet-"So Then a Bat or a Monkey-2017: 9/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"We Can't Kill People!"-2017: 9/10
25. Santa Clarita Diet-"We Can Kill People"-2017: 9/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"The Farting Sex Tourist"-2017: 10/10
26. Evil-"177 Minutes"-2019: 8/10
27. Spawn-1997: 7/10 (rewatch)
28. Santa Clarita Diet-"Man Eat Man"-2017; 9/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"Attention to Detail"-2017: 9/10
29. Santa Clarita Diet-"Strange or Inconsiderate?"-2017: 10/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"How Much Vomit?"-2017: 10/10
30. Santa Clarita Diet-"The Book"-2017: 9/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"Baka, Bile and Baseball Bats"-2017: 9/10`
31. The Walking Dead-"Lines We Cross"-2019: 7/10
32. Uncanny Annie-2019: 6/10
33. The Midnight Meat Train-2008: 8/10 (rewatch)
34. The Monster Squad-1987: 10/10 (rewatch)
35. The Cabin in the Woods-2011: 10/10 (rewatch)
36. Slasher: Guilty Party-"Six Feet Under"-2017: 8/10
37. Slasher: Guilty Party-"Between Good and Evil"-2017: 7/10
38. Slasher: Guilty Party-"Saint Sebastian"-2017: 7/10

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Post by morrison-dylan-fan » October 9th, 2019, 12:55 am

Repeat viewing:7: The Similars (2015) 8

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Post by morrison-dylan-fan » October 9th, 2019, 1:30 am

FTV:8: The Body Snatcher (1957) 5

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Filmed at a real wrestling show, co-writer/(with Alejandro Verbitzky) writer/director Fernando Mendez & cinematographer Victor Herrera bring the action to life, with a elbow drop landing on stylish close-ups on the faces of audience members gripped by the match, landing a pin fall with a unsettling stamped match finish. Holding back on the King Kong-inspired body snatching horror in order to have it be the finishing move of the flick, Mendez grapples the majority of the movie as a crime flick with a scatting of Mad Scientist kidnapping/ reviving the dead antics,who come back to life by stylish dissolves, but are soon back in the morgue thanks to the bone-dry script, which fails to piledriver tense mystery or creepy horror onto the body snatcher.

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Post by VincentPrice » October 9th, 2019, 2:33 am

40. Sinister-2012: 8/10 (rewatch)
41. Sinister 2-2015: 7/10 (rewatch)
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1. American Horror Story: 1984-"Mr. Jingles"-2019: 8/10
2. Jessabelle-2014: 6/10
3. Slasher: The Executioner-"An Eye for an Eye"-2016: 8/10
4. Slasher: The Executioner-"Digging Your Grave with Your Teeth"-2016: 8/10
5. Crawl-2019: 10/10
6. Sleepwalkers-1992: 8/10 (rewatch)
7. Slasher: The Executioner-"Like as Fire Eateth Up and Burneth Wood"-2016: 8/10
8. Slasher: The Executioner-"As Water is Corrupted Before it Moves"-2016: 8/10
9. Anaconda-1997: 8/10 (rewatch)
10. The Toybox-2018: 4/10
11. Slasher: The Executioner-"Ill-Gotten Gaints"-2016: 8/10
12. Slasher: The Executioner-"The One Who Sows His Own Flesh"-2016: 9/10
13. Slasher: The Executioner-"In the Pride of His Face"-2016: 8/10
14. Slasher: The Executioner-"Soon Your Own Eyes Will See"-2016: 8/10
15. Super 8-2011: 9/10 (rewatch)
16. The Nest-1988: 9/10 (rewatch)
17. Shaun of the Dead-2004: 10/10 (rewatch)
18. Deep Rising-1998: 9/10 (rewatch)
19. Dolls-1987: 10/10 (rewatch)
20. Disturbing Behavior-1998: 8/10 (rewatch)
21. The Gate-1987: 8/10 (rewatch)
22. Murder-Rock-1984: 7/10
23. Cabin Fever-2002: 10/10 (rewatch)
24. Santa Clarita Diet-"So Then a Bat or a Monkey-2017: 9/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"We Can't Kill People!"-2017: 9/10
25. Santa Clarita Diet-"We Can Kill People"-2017: 9/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"The Farting Sex Tourist"-2017: 10/10
26. Evil-"177 Minutes"-2019: 8/10
27. Spawn-1997: 7/10 (rewatch)
28. Santa Clarita Diet-"Man Eat Man"-2017; 9/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"Attention to Detail"-2017: 9/10
29. Santa Clarita Diet-"Strange or Inconsiderate?"-2017: 10/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"How Much Vomit?"-2017: 10/10
30. Santa Clarita Diet-"The Book"-2017: 9/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"Baka, Bile and Baseball Bats"-2017: 9/10`
31. The Walking Dead-"Lines We Cross"-2019: 7/10
32. Uncanny Annie-2019: 6/10
33. The Midnight Meat Train-2008: 8/10 (rewatch)
34. The Monster Squad-1987: 10/10 (rewatch)
35. The Cabin in the Woods-2011: 10/10 (rewatch)
36. Slasher: Guilty Party-"Six Feet Under"-2017: 8/10
37. Slasher: Guilty Party-"Between Good and Evil"-2017: 7/10
38. Slasher: Guilty Party-"Saint Sebastian"-2017: 7/10
39. Pet Sematary II-1992: 8/10 (rewatch)

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Post by maxwelldeux » October 9th, 2019, 6:29 am

Day 8 Update:

Things are heating up at the top - sebby and VincentPrice are neck and neck at the top, with 42 and 41 points, respectively. flavo5000 (36) and mightysparks (33) aren't too far behind, and medium cool has jumped into 5th place with 25. We're already up to 49 participants who have totaled 571 points. The average is 11.65, and would rank 17th. Eleven people have at least 20 points, and nineteen have at least 10.

And the Bonus challenges are starting to heat up! A little progress is being made in the scavenger hunt, with sol being the first to tackle three of the categories. albajos is the first to watch an actor die five times (Brad Dourif) and has taken the lead in that bonus challenge. sol also recently finished torturing some actors, being the second person to complete that bonus challenge. No bingos yet in the 4th bonus challenge, though albajos is a naked ghost away from two.

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Post by mightysparks » October 9th, 2019, 6:33 am

I saw someone on DVDTalk was up to like 86 films yesterday and I was like wtf how, then I remembered I would've been at about 80 films by this point when I did my 300+ challenge...

34. The Objective (2008) 5/10
A military team and a CIA officer embark on a mission in the Middle East and find supernatural events following them. Not a lot happens in this film and it feels pretty sluggish. We are not given a lot of information about what exactly is going on until later on in the film, but this doesn't help add to the mystery or the tension and instead is frustratingly vague; especially considering the film brings a 'real' supernatural phenomenon into it, and one that most people probably haven't heard of. The characters are pretty lame and boring, and just cannon fodder.
Watched so farShow
1. Midsommar (2019) 5/10
2. Konchû daisensô (1968) 5/10
3. The Uncanny (1977) 4/10
4. Roar (1981) 4/10
5. Baxter (1989) 7/10
6. Fehér isten (2014) 6/10
7. Death Becomes Her (1992) 6/10
8. Devil's Due (2014) 4/10
9. Honeymoon Horror (1982) 4/10
10. I Married a Vampire (1987) 5/10
11. The Green Slime (1968) 5/10
12. Der Fan (1982) 6/10
13. Whoever Slew Auntie Roo? (1971) 5/10
14. In Fabric (2018) 6/10
15. Gurotesuku (2009) 6/10
16. Man's Best Friend (1993) 5/10
17. The Dead Don't Die (2019) 3/10
18. The Dark (2018) 4/10
19. Eye of the Devil (1967) 5/10
20. Nosferatu a Venezia (1988) 4/10
21. Blood from the Mummy's Tomb (1971) 6/10
22. Crawl (2019) 6/10
23. In the Tall Grass (2019) 7/10
24. Goosebumps (2015) 5/10
25. Hotel Transylvania (2012) 5/10
26. Van Diemen's Land (2009) 5/10
27. Boar (2017) 6/10
28. The Devil's Rock (2011) 7/10
29. Valentine (2001) 4/10
30. La donna del lago (1965) 4/10
31. A Night to Dismember (1989) 4/10
32. Zibahkhana (2007) 5/10
33. Salvare la faccia (1969) 4/10
34. The Objective (2008) 5/10
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Post by Gordon_Gekko » October 9th, 2019, 6:41 am

9. In the tall gras (2019)
10. The dead don't die (2019)
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1. 1922 (2017) #Hunt (Farm)
2. Ma (2019)
3. The Prodigy (2019)
4. The Reef (2010) REWATCH
5. Long Weekend (1978)
6. Laserblast (1978)
7. It - Chapter Two (2019)
Like in the TV-Version from 1990 I prefer the first part with the childhood way more then the chapter with the adult.
8. Luz (2018)
Directly after watch don't no how to put in words... defenitly interessting.

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Post by Cinepolis » October 9th, 2019, 7:16 am

9. Green Room (2015) - 6/10
A bit underwhelming, but pretty suspenseful at times.
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1. The Demon aka. Midnight Caller (1979) - 3/10
2. The Incredible Torture Show (1976) - 4/10
3. Hotel Inferno 2: The Cathedral of Pain (2017) - 6/10
4. Creep (2014) - 7/10
5. Creep 2 (2017) - 7/10
6. Night of the Clown (1998) - 5/10
7. Videodrome (1983) - 8/10
8. Archivo 253 (2015) - 3/10
9. Green Room (2015) - 6/10

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Post by sol » October 9th, 2019, 8:12 am

We all go a little mad sometimes...
Going a little mad sometimesShow
1. Happy Death Day (2017) REVISION
2. Happy Death Day 2U (2019)
3. The Mansion of Madness (1973)
4. Berberian Sound Studio (2012)
5. My Bloody Valentine (2009)
6. The Dark Power (1985)
7. The Brainiac (1962)
8. Poultrygeist (2006)
9. Videodrome (1983) REVISION
10. Evil Dead II (1987)
11. Halloween (2018)
12. Scream (1996) REVISION
13. Scream 2 (1997) REVISION
14. El Incidente (2014)
15. Santa Claus (1959)
16. Time Share (2018)
17. Genuine. (1920)
18. Scream 3 (2000) REVISION
19. Scream 4 (2011) REVISION
20. Evil Dead (2013)
21. Sinister Circle (2017)
22. Charlie's Farm (2014)

23. The Descent (2005)

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The first half of The Descent is okay, cleverly shot in very low and limited lighting, with some scenes simply illuminated by red distress flares. The second half of the film is a lot less interesting though as generic evil creatures being to terrorise the friends with many repetitive attack scenes. The film also introduces a past trauma subplot for one character, but then does not expand/work it into the events of the second half in a meaningful way.
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Post by Daviddoes » October 9th, 2019, 8:20 am

22. The Horrible Dr. Hichcock (1962) 4/10

23, Jackals (2016) 7/10

24. Fear X (2003) 4/10

25. Blood of the Vampire (1958) 7/10

26. C.H.U.D. (1984) (REWATCH) 5.5/10

27. The Ritual (2017) 7/10

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1. The Children (2008) 7/10
2. Return of the Living Dead III (1993) 7/10
3. I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House (2016) 7.5/10
4. Mohawk (2017) 6/10
5. The Heretics (2017) 5/10
6. Waxwork (1988) 8/10
7. Wendigo (2001) 5/10
8. Hank Boyd Is Dead (2015) 5/10
9. Always Shine (2016) 6/10
10. Quatermass and the Pit (1967) 5/10
11. Let Sleeping Corpses Lie (1974) 7/10
12. Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932) 5/10
13. Dead House (2014) 3/10
14. Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth (1992) 8/10
15. Hellraiser: Bloodline (1996) 6/10
16. Deranged (1974) 7/10
17. Devil Doll (1964) 5/10
18. Prophecy (1979) 7/10
19. Fido (2006) 7.5/10 (REWATCH)
20. Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween (2018) 6/10
21. Igor (2008) 7/10
22. The Horrible Dr. Hichcock (1962) 4/10
23, Jackals (2016) 7/10
24. Fear X (2003) 4/10
25. Blood of the Vampire (1958) 7/10
26. C.H.U.D. (1984) (REWATCH) 5.5/10
27. The Ritual (2017) 7/10

BINGO: A2, A3, C1, D1
HUNT: One film with an ominous pumpkin

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Post by clemmetarey » October 9th, 2019, 8:27 am

6. Maniac (1934) 3/10
7. Possession (1981) 7/10
About time I watch this one. Intense and disturbing are the two words that comes to mind, with a very puzzling ending.

8. The Devil's Rain (1975) 5/10
I like the idea, but they could have a better job. It looked great though.
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1. Visiting Hours (1982) 4/10
2. The Vault of Horror (1973) 7/10
3. Terror in the Wax Museum (1973) 6/10
4. The Hound of the Baskervilles (1959) 6/10
5. The Screaming Skull (1958) 5/10
6. Maniac (1934) 3/10
7. Possession (1981) 7/10
8. The Devil's Rain (1975) 5/10

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Post by mightysparks » October 9th, 2019, 8:29 am

35. The Colony (2013) 5/10
After an endless snowstorm wipes out most of humanity, one underground colony runs into a new threat when answering a distress signal. The world of the film was pretty cool, all the Frostpunk/Snowpiercer type of things are my favourite types of settings and no matter how overdone the plot is, they're usually enjoyable in some way. The outside scenes do look good, but the crazed cannibal zombie-like guys are just not that interesting in the context of everything else happening within the world. Character development is limited and the subplots offer little; what was the point of Paxton's mutiny, it had almost zero effect on anything?
Watched so farShow
1. Midsommar (2019) 5/10
2. Konchû daisensô (1968) 5/10
3. The Uncanny (1977) 4/10
4. Roar (1981) 4/10
5. Baxter (1989) 7/10
6. Fehér isten (2014) 6/10
7. Death Becomes Her (1992) 6/10
8. Devil's Due (2014) 4/10
9. Honeymoon Horror (1982) 4/10
10. I Married a Vampire (1987) 5/10
11. The Green Slime (1968) 5/10
12. Der Fan (1982) 6/10
13. Whoever Slew Auntie Roo? (1971) 5/10
14. In Fabric (2018) 6/10
15. Gurotesuku (2009) 6/10
16. Man's Best Friend (1993) 5/10
17. The Dead Don't Die (2019) 3/10
18. The Dark (2018) 4/10
19. Eye of the Devil (1967) 5/10
20. Nosferatu a Venezia (1988) 4/10
21. Blood from the Mummy's Tomb (1971) 6/10
22. Crawl (2019) 6/10
23. In the Tall Grass (2019) 7/10
24. Goosebumps (2015) 5/10
25. Hotel Transylvania (2012) 5/10
26. Van Diemen's Land (2009) 5/10
27. Boar (2017) 6/10
28. The Devil's Rock (2011) 7/10
29. Valentine (2001) 4/10
30. La donna del lago (1965) 4/10
31. A Night to Dismember (1989) 4/10
32. Zibahkhana (2007) 5/10
33. Salvare la faccia (1969) 4/10
34. The Objective (2008) 5/10
35. The Colony (2013) 5/10
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Post by mightysparks » October 9th, 2019, 10:38 am

36. Salvage (2006) 5/10
A young woman wakes up after being brutally murdered and finds herself reliving the same day. This is less Groundhog Day-ish than it sounds, though the worn-out plot still works decently. I didn't realise quite how low-budget this was until I pressed play, but it works well with what it's got. The opening scene was good, the guy playing Duke was creepy and weird, the lead actress was ok but could've been better, and it would've been improved if her character (and the boyfriend) were just a little more interesting. It drags in the middle, and some of the storytelling is a bit overdone, but it comes back around with a satisfactory ending.

Watched so farShow
1. Midsommar (2019) 5/10
2. Konchû daisensô (1968) 5/10
3. The Uncanny (1977) 4/10
4. Roar (1981) 4/10
5. Baxter (1989) 7/10
6. Fehér isten (2014) 6/10
7. Death Becomes Her (1992) 6/10
8. Devil's Due (2014) 4/10
9. Honeymoon Horror (1982) 4/10
10. I Married a Vampire (1987) 5/10
11. The Green Slime (1968) 5/10
12. Der Fan (1982) 6/10
13. Whoever Slew Auntie Roo? (1971) 5/10
14. In Fabric (2018) 6/10
15. Gurotesuku (2009) 6/10
16. Man's Best Friend (1993) 5/10
17. The Dead Don't Die (2019) 3/10
18. The Dark (2018) 4/10
19. Eye of the Devil (1967) 5/10
20. Nosferatu a Venezia (1988) 4/10
21. Blood from the Mummy's Tomb (1971) 6/10
22. Crawl (2019) 6/10
23. In the Tall Grass (2019) 7/10
24. Goosebumps (2015) 5/10
25. Hotel Transylvania (2012) 5/10
26. Van Diemen's Land (2009) 5/10
27. Boar (2017) 6/10
28. The Devil's Rock (2011) 7/10
29. Valentine (2001) 4/10
30. La donna del lago (1965) 4/10
31. A Night to Dismember (1989) 4/10
32. Zibahkhana (2007) 5/10
33. Salvare la faccia (1969) 4/10
34. The Objective (2008) 5/10
35. The Colony (2013) 5/10
36. Salvage (2006) 5/10
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Post by flavo5000 » October 9th, 2019, 11:50 am

sol wrote:
October 9th, 2019, 8:12 am
We all go a little mad sometimes...


23. The Descent (2005)

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The first half of The Descent is okay, cleverly shot in very low and limited lighting, with some scenes simply illuminated by red distress flares. The second half of the film is a lot less interesting though as generic evil creatures being to terrorise the friends with many repetitive attack scenes. The film also introduces a past trauma subplot for one character, but then does not expand/work it into the events of the second half in a meaningful way.
Last year I organized a team event at work to watch this movie in a cave (we have a local cave that has a theater set-up inside it as a side gig in addition to the cave tours). I can assure you watching it in that environment was pretty damn awesome.

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Post by ororama » October 9th, 2019, 11:53 am

10. The Sender (1982) * 92 min.
11. The Bride from Hell (1972) * 79 min.


The Sender was a solid sci-fi/horror ESP movie with some scary moments. I really liked The Bride from Hell, a traditional ghost story with more spooky atmosphere but much less comedy than movies it seems to have influenced like Encounters of the Spooky Kind and the Mr. Vampire series.

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1. And Now the Screaming Starts! (1973) * 91 min.
2. The Vampire Doll (1970) * 71 min.
3. Hannibal (2001) * 132 min.
4. Lake of Dracula (1971) * 82 min.
5. Night of the Living Dead (1968) 96 min.
6. Evil of Dracula (1974) * 83 min.
7. Tales That Witness Madness (1973) * 90 min.
8. Cemetery Man (1994) * 103 min.
9. The Living Coffin (1959) * 71 min.

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Post by albajos » October 9th, 2019, 11:58 am

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In my youth there were one case that stood out in the local video rental store. It was coffin shaped like this one but it was not Fright Night 2.

Anyone remember more of these? I think it was The Tomb, The Grave, The Gate or something like that.

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Post by mightysparks » October 9th, 2019, 12:20 pm

37. The Mask (1961) 6/10
A psychiatrist is given a tribal mask by a patient who commits suicide, and experiences strange dreams and hallucinations when he puts it on. The hallucination/dream sequences were really atmospheric and cool, full of smoke and creepy masks and surreal imagery. The rest of the film lacks the same spark, the actual film plot is pretty disappointing and the acting is a bit theatrical. The 3D gimmick was a bit annoying, though it could've been fun seeing it at the cinema that way, it was a bit eye-rolling now. A stronger narrative or committing to the surreal nature of it would've made this a lot better.

Watched so farShow
1. Midsommar (2019) 5/10
2. Konchû daisensô (1968) 5/10
3. The Uncanny (1977) 4/10
4. Roar (1981) 4/10
5. Baxter (1989) 7/10
6. Fehér isten (2014) 6/10
7. Death Becomes Her (1992) 6/10
8. Devil's Due (2014) 4/10
9. Honeymoon Horror (1982) 4/10
10. I Married a Vampire (1987) 5/10
11. The Green Slime (1968) 5/10
12. Der Fan (1982) 6/10
13. Whoever Slew Auntie Roo? (1971) 5/10
14. In Fabric (2018) 6/10
15. Gurotesuku (2009) 6/10
16. Man's Best Friend (1993) 5/10
17. The Dead Don't Die (2019) 3/10
18. The Dark (2018) 4/10
19. Eye of the Devil (1967) 5/10
20. Nosferatu a Venezia (1988) 4/10
21. Blood from the Mummy's Tomb (1971) 6/10
22. Crawl (2019) 6/10
23. In the Tall Grass (2019) 7/10
24. Goosebumps (2015) 5/10
25. Hotel Transylvania (2012) 5/10
26. Van Diemen's Land (2009) 5/10
27. Boar (2017) 6/10
28. The Devil's Rock (2011) 7/10
29. Valentine (2001) 4/10
30. La donna del lago (1965) 4/10
31. A Night to Dismember (1989) 4/10
32. Zibahkhana (2007) 5/10
33. Salvare la faccia (1969) 4/10
34. The Objective (2008) 5/10
35. The Colony (2013) 5/10
36. Salvage (2006) 5/10
37. The Mask (1961) 6/10
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Post by ryebass » October 9th, 2019, 12:54 pm

2. A Bay of Blood (1971) - 8/10
This clearly set a pretty high bar for execution of...well...execution scenes. Super slick, in particular given the age of this film. The complex (though fairly convoluted) plot also made for some interesting twists IF you can keep up with who precisely is who.

3. We Have Always Lived in the Castle (2018) - 7.5/10
Follows the Shirley Jackson novel pretty closesly save for an important addition or two towards the end that changes the overall feel (the novel a bit more nuanced and kept all but entirely in the pschological realm). The casting was spot-on with Taissa Farmiga - sister of more well-known Vera - playing the lead Merrikat perfectly, and Crispin Glover a striking figure as well.
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1. Scream (1996) - 7/10
2. A Bay of Blood (1971) - 8/10
3. We Have Always Lived in the Castle (2018) - 7.5/10

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Post by Daviddoes » October 9th, 2019, 1:01 pm

28. Death House (2017) 5.5/10

29. Terrifier (2017) 6/10
#HUNT One film set on Halloween
#BINGO D3

30. Stitches (2012) 7.5/10

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1. The Children (2008) 7/10
2. Return of the Living Dead III (1993) 7/10
3. I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House (2016) 7.5/10
4. Mohawk (2017) 6/10
5. The Heretics (2017) 5/10
6. Waxwork (1988) 8/10
7. Wendigo (2001) 5/10
8. Hank Boyd Is Dead (2015) 5/10
9. Always Shine (2016) 6/10
10. Quatermass and the Pit (1967) 5/10
11. Let Sleeping Corpses Lie (1974) 7/10
12. Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932) 5/10
13. Dead House (2014) 3/10
14. Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth (1992) 8/10
15. Hellraiser: Bloodline (1996) 6/10
16. Deranged (1974) 7/10
17. Devil Doll (1964) 5/10
18. Prophecy (1979) 7/10
19. Fido (2006) 7.5/10 (REWATCH)
20. Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween (2018) 6/10
21. Igor (2008) 7/10
22. The Horrible Dr. Hichcock (1962) 4/10
23, Jackals (2016) 7/10
24. Fear X (2003) 4/10
25. Blood of the Vampire (1958) 7/10
26. C.H.U.D. (1984) (REWATCH) 5.5/10
27. The Ritual (2017) 7/10
28. Death House (2017) 5.5/10
29. Terrifier (2017) 6/10
30. Stitches (2012) 7.5/10

BINGO: A2, A3, C1, D1, D3
HUNT: One film with an ominous pumpkin, One film set on Halloween

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Post by morrison-dylan-fan » October 9th, 2019, 1:13 pm

FTV:9: Mysteries of Black Magic (1958) 9.

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“The circle of agony.”

Putting a spell on the audience with a opening magic show, director Miguel M. Delgado & cinematographer Victor Herrera brilliantly hold Gothic Horror thrills back for the final, instead eyeing a creepy psychological chiller atmosphere, lit in moody close-ups (backed by clipped narration) on Egle reading the minds of audiences in the crowd, which Delgado turns from a party trick into deadly game, turned in smash cuts on Egle getting metal nails to dig into palms and blades to be gripped by her hypnotised audience members. Casting a spell of curiosity on Prof. Eladio Tejeda (a wonderfully meek Carlos Riquelme) over suspicions that Egle is a witch,Delgado sets them on a collision brimming with a refined Gothic Horror mood, dripping from the imposing long shadows and shards of white light across her face making Egle look like a possessed empress,and melting jagged whip-pans on Egle’s voodoo stabs hitting a hell fire and brimstone final.

Coming over from being a script/book writer in Argentina, the screenplay by Ulises Petit de Murat superbly captures a novel-like attention to character building, most startling in Murat’s family having a bratty bite at the start, which soon cracks over mounting suspicions over Egle’s links to Murat’s sudden death. Whilst handing out chunky slices of Gothic pulp for the gloriously lively revival of a mummified god, Murat conjures the majority of the Gothic Horror vibes from chilling dialogue,which matches the pins and needles Egle digs into her victims, via a sharp dig into the broken state of Egle’s mind. Casting a spell on the film and the viewer from the opening,Nadia Haro Oliva gives a outstanding turn as Egle, thanks to weaving a imposing, unblinking presence, with a overwhelming,almost demonic desire to solve all the mysteries of black magic.
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Post by peeptoad » October 9th, 2019, 1:22 pm

albajos wrote:
October 9th, 2019, 11:58 am
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In my youth there were one case that stood out in the local video rental store. It was coffin shaped like this one but it was not Fright Night 2.

Anyone remember more of these? I think it was The Tomb, The Grave, The Gate or something like that.
Possibly the Tombs of the Blind Dead collection: https://www.amazon.com/Collection-Galle ... B000AM6MVO

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Post by peeptoad » October 9th, 2019, 1:24 pm

15. Hanno cambiato faccia (1971) They Have Changed Their Face 7
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1. La setta (1991) The Sect 7
2. Nightkill (1980) 5
3. Gin gwai (2002) The Eye 7
4. Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust (2000) 7
5. The Head Hunter (2015) 8
6. These are the Damned (1962) 6
7. Midi Minuit (1970) Moon and Midnight 7
8. In the Tall Grass (2019) 6
9. The Awakening (2011) 6
10. The Haunted Palace (1963) 7
11. Eye of the Cat (1969) 7
12. Get Out (2017) 7
13. Cry of the Banshee (1970) 6
14. Nang Nak (1999) 7

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9. 3 from Hell (2019) 6/10
In many ways this is just a low-rent rehash of The Devil's Rejects that seems doomed to failure in the early going. Once its titular characters hit the road and begin the bloodletting, however, it becomes grisly fun. Baby Firefly donning an Indian headdress and battling Mexican gangsters with her trusty bow and arrow is a particular high point. This isn't a good movie by any traditional standards but as leave-your-brain-at-the-door entertainment, it's passable.

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1. The Devil's Rejects (2005) 9/10 *rewatch
2. The Ranger (2018) 5/10
3. Urban Legend (1998) 6/10 *rewatch
4. Creepshow: Gray Matter/The House of the Head (2019) 5/10
5. You Might Be the Killer (2018) 5/10
6. Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives (1986) 7/10 *rewatch
7. Orphan (2009) 8/10 *rewatch
8. In the Tall Grass (2019) 6/10
9. 3 from Hell (2019) 6/10

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Post by flavo5000 » October 9th, 2019, 2:21 pm

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37. Creep 2 (2017)
The sequel to the 2014 found footage movie finds Aaron, our amiable serial killer, in a bit of a midlife crisis, pondering why he no longer feels the urge to kill and contemplating his own mortality. Enter Sara, a youtuber who can't seem to get the views she wants from her "character studies from Craigslist" series Encounters. Sara spots Aaron's ad asking for a videographer to make a documentary with him ($1000 a day) and decides to take him up on it as a last half-hearted attempt to reinvigorate her web series, ignoring red flags like the ad asking for fans of interview with the vampire and him immediately texting her if she scares easily. What follows is a wholly different animal than the first movie, which relied heavily on the suspense of whether mark was crazy or not. We now know he is and the movie really leans into the comedy with Mark Duplass as its charismatic center. I actually think I liked this one more than the original with it being much more unpredictable in terms of where the story is going. Desiree Akhavan's Sara is also a great foil/compatriot for Aaron as well, letting her disaffected desperation barrel through red flag after red flag (immediately he tells her he's a serial killer that's murdered 39 people and even shows a video of him murdering someone) in service of good TV and more importantly, a sense of purpose in her otherwise humdrum existence. If you can deal with found footage as a concept, this one is worth watching, particularly if you've already seen the first one and liked Mark Duplass' performance.

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38. Crawl (2019)
A hurricane's a brewin'. Haley goes to check on her father who's directly in the path of the storm only to get trapped with him in a flooded house. Also there are alligators eating people left and right, so that's also a problem. This is the kind of movie that just irritates the crap out of me. Alligators are not aggressive like this and have rarely ever attacked people in real life yet here you'd think they were the world's most deadly predator, chomping down on people left and right like the hurricane's serving up a seaside Golden Corral lunch buffet. Also apparently the two main characters don't taste as good as most other people since the 'gators seem to merely nibble on them whereas everyone else gets devoured completely in a couple of bites. It almost feels like someone watched Sharnado and decided "I want to make a serious version of this". It feels a lot like movies like The Shallows but just isn't as good (not that The Shallows was great but it had more focus than this one).

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39. The Borderlands a.k.a. Final Prayer (2013)
Sigh... here we go with another found footage movie. It follows some British paranormal investigators dispatched by the Vatican to investigate some sketchy shenanigans at a remote church. It really doesn't have much going on until the end from a horror standpoint, occasionally peppering with bizarre happenings (spontaneously combustible sheep and a suicidal priest for instance) with what's more of a character study of the investigators and their struggles with self-doubt and crisis of faith. The ending was interesting but it's unfortunately the 80 minutes leading up to it wasn't.

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40. Wui wan ye a.k.a. Out of the Dark (1995)
Some desperate security guards recruit a weird drifter to aid them in fighting ghosts plaguing their building in an incredibly wacky Stephen Chow kitchen sink movie. Lacking narrative cohesion of Chow's Shaolin Soccer or The Mermaid, Out of the Dark plays more like some of his really random movies like Kung Fu Hustle and Sixty Million Dollar Man. The gags don't always stick but it's rarely boring. If you're a fan of Chow, you know what you're getting into and whether you'll dig this. I thought it was fine but not one of his best.

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41. Weasels Rip My Flesh (1979)
A weasel is infected by radioactive goo from a crashed spacecraft, mutanting into a rampaging creature who is eventually captured by a mad scientist intent on cloning it to create an army of mutants to conquer the earth. At least I think that's what it's about. The movie is such a weird, incoherent mess that it was difficult to tell exactly what was going on at times. It did help that the "scientist" (looking like and dressed like a 70's lounge lizard creep-o complete with porn-stache) randomly blurts out his whole plan midway through the movie to his hostages including an agent with an event mightier moustache and sideburns than the scientist. This movie plays out like Night to Dismember meets The Mole People and is actually a Hell of a lot of fun in the right mindset. I was laughing out loud on quite a few occasions but none louder than at the ending
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when the one-armed scientist (had his left arm bitten off by the weasel) gets his other arms bitten off by a random shark as the agent confronts him by the beach.
I think this movie is deserving of cult status like other amazingly terrible movies such as Birdemic and Troll 2.
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1. Joyû-rei a.k.a. Don't Look Up (1996)
2. Child's Play (2019)
3. Cheerleader Camp (1988)
4. Varan the Unbelievable (1962)
5. The Redeemer: Son of Satan! (1978)
6. Apollo 18 (2011)
7. Tragedy Girls (2017)
8. Películas para no dormir: La habitación del niño a.k.a. The Baby's Room (2006)
9. Unheimliche Geschichten a.k.a. The Living Dead (1932)
10. End of Days (1999)
11. Willow Creek (2013)
12. Satan's Slave (1976)
13. Kuutamosonaatti a.k.a. The Moonlight Sonata (1988)
14. 3 from Hell (2019)
15. Ghost Stories (2017)
16. Witchcraft (1964)
17. Sint (2010)
18. The Strangers: Prey at Night (2018)
19. Salomé (1922)
20. Frankenstein Unbound (1990)
21. Mom and Dad (2017)
22. Shab-neshini dar jahannam (1956)
23. Docteur Jekyll et les femmes a.k.a. The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Miss Osbourne (1981)
24. Robowar - Robot da guerra (1988)
25. The Boy (2016)
26. The Vanishing (1993)
27a. Screen Scaries (1987)
27b. Der Rabe (1951)
27c. Ashes (1987?)
28. Blood Lake (1987)
29. The Haunted Mansion (2003)
30. Yeogo goedam 4: Moksori a.k.a. Voices (2005)
31. Trick or Treat (1986)
32. In the Tall Grass (2019)
33. Attack of the Crab Monsters (1957)
34. Terror Circus a.k.a. Barn of the Naked Dead (1973)
35. Caltiki il mostro immortale a.k.a. Caltiki The Immortal Monster (1959)
36. Ragini MMS (2011)
37. Creep 2 (2017)
38. Crawl (2019)
39. The Borderlands (2013)
40. Wui wan ye a.k.a. Out of the Dark (1995)
41. Weasels Rip My Flesh (1979)

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Post by sol » October 9th, 2019, 2:43 pm

flavo5000 wrote:
October 9th, 2019, 11:50 am
sol wrote:
October 9th, 2019, 8:12 am
23. The Descent (2005)
Last year I organized a team event at work to watch this movie in a cave (we have a local cave that has a theater set-up inside it as a side gig in addition to the cave tours). I can assure you watching it in that environment was pretty damn awesome.
I can only imagine. That sounds even madder than watching Final Destination as an in-flight movie (no, I've never done that, but I know someone who watched Flightplan on a flight).
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Post by sol » October 9th, 2019, 2:50 pm

We all go a little mad sometimes...
Going a little mad sometimesShow
1. Happy Death Day (2017) REVISION
2. Happy Death Day 2U (2019)
3. The Mansion of Madness (1973)
4. Berberian Sound Studio (2012)
5. My Bloody Valentine (2009)
6. The Dark Power (1985)
7. The Brainiac (1962)
8. Poultrygeist (2006)
9. Videodrome (1983) REVISION
10. Evil Dead II (1987)
11. Halloween (2018)
12. Scream (1996) REVISION
13. Scream 2 (1997) REVISION
14. El Incidente (2014)
15. Santa Claus (1959)
16. Time Share (2018)
17. Genuine. (1920)
18. Scream 3 (2000) REVISION
19. Scream 4 (2011) REVISION
20. Evil Dead (2013)
21. Sinister Circle (2017)
22. Charlie's Farm (2014)
23. The Descent (2005)

24. All Hallows' Eve (2013)

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The premise here is a rather weak excuse for a horror anthology and none of the episodes are particularly unnerving - though the masked alien in the middle segment is a bit of a WTF sight. The wraparound segment becomes particularly interesting shortly before and immediately after the third episode though with some reality blurring and fourth wall breaking ideas that hearken to the likes of Videodrome. Cool to see a hi-def VHS tape too. :/

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Still in full trick-or-treat makeup, a young girl here manages to pressure her much older babysitter into letting her watch the torture porn films on the VHS tape left in her brother's trick-or-treat bag. Oh yes. This happens. Beware if your kids are being babysat in America.

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Post by VincentPrice » October 9th, 2019, 3:24 pm

42. Jeepers Creepers-2001: 9/10 (rewatch)
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1. American Horror Story: 1984-"Mr. Jingles"-2019: 8/10
2. Jessabelle-2014: 6/10
3. Slasher: The Executioner-"An Eye for an Eye"-2016: 8/10
4. Slasher: The Executioner-"Digging Your Grave with Your Teeth"-2016: 8/10
5. Crawl-2019: 10/10
6. Sleepwalkers-1992: 8/10 (rewatch)
7. Slasher: The Executioner-"Like as Fire Eateth Up and Burneth Wood"-2016: 8/10
8. Slasher: The Executioner-"As Water is Corrupted Before it Moves"-2016: 8/10
9. Anaconda-1997: 8/10 (rewatch)
10. The Toybox-2018: 4/10
11. Slasher: The Executioner-"Ill-Gotten Gaints"-2016: 8/10
12. Slasher: The Executioner-"The One Who Sows His Own Flesh"-2016: 9/10
13. Slasher: The Executioner-"In the Pride of His Face"-2016: 8/10
14. Slasher: The Executioner-"Soon Your Own Eyes Will See"-2016: 8/10
15. Super 8-2011: 9/10 (rewatch)
16. The Nest-1988: 9/10 (rewatch)
17. Shaun of the Dead-2004: 10/10 (rewatch)
18. Deep Rising-1998: 9/10 (rewatch)
19. Dolls-1987: 10/10 (rewatch)
20. Disturbing Behavior-1998: 8/10 (rewatch)
21. The Gate-1987: 8/10 (rewatch)
22. Murder-Rock-1984: 7/10
23. Cabin Fever-2002: 10/10 (rewatch)
24. Santa Clarita Diet-"So Then a Bat or a Monkey-2017: 9/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"We Can't Kill People!"-2017: 9/10
25. Santa Clarita Diet-"We Can Kill People"-2017: 9/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"The Farting Sex Tourist"-2017: 10/10
26. Evil-"177 Minutes"-2019: 8/10
27. Spawn-1997: 7/10 (rewatch)
28. Santa Clarita Diet-"Man Eat Man"-2017; 9/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"Attention to Detail"-2017: 9/10
29. Santa Clarita Diet-"Strange or Inconsiderate?"-2017: 10/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"How Much Vomit?"-2017: 10/10
30. Santa Clarita Diet-"The Book"-2017: 9/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"Baka, Bile and Baseball Bats"-2017: 9/10`
31. The Walking Dead-"Lines We Cross"-2019: 7/10
32. Uncanny Annie-2019: 6/10
33. The Midnight Meat Train-2008: 8/10 (rewatch)
34. The Monster Squad-1987: 10/10 (rewatch)
35. The Cabin in the Woods-2011: 10/10 (rewatch)
36. Slasher: Guilty Party-"Six Feet Under"-2017: 8/10
37. Slasher: Guilty Party-"Between Good and Evil"-2017: 7/10
38. Slasher: Guilty Party-"Saint Sebastian"-2017: 7/10
39. Pet Sematary II-1992: 8/10 (rewatch)
40. Sinister-2012: 8/10 (rewatch)
41. Sinister 2-2015: 7/10 (rewatch)

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Post by sol » October 9th, 2019, 4:19 pm

We all go a little mad sometimes...
Going a little mad sometimesShow
1. Happy Death Day (2017) REVISION
2. Happy Death Day 2U (2019)
3. The Mansion of Madness (1973)
4. Berberian Sound Studio (2012)
5. My Bloody Valentine (2009)
6. The Dark Power (1985)
7. The Brainiac (1962)
8. Poultrygeist (2006)
9. Videodrome (1983) REVISION
10. Evil Dead II (1987)
11. Halloween (2018)
12. Scream (1996) REVISION
13. Scream 2 (1997) REVISION
14. El Incidente (2014)
15. Santa Claus (1959)
16. Time Share (2018)
17. Genuine. (1920)
18. Scream 3 (2000) REVISION
19. Scream 4 (2011) REVISION
20. Evil Dead (2013)
21. Sinister Circle (2017)
22. Charlie's Farm (2014)
23. The Descent (2005)
24. All Hallows' Eve (2013)

25. Don't Fall Asleep (2016)

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Set in between the events of the first and third Nightmare on Elm Street movies, this indie flick supposes what might have happened to Nancy in the years in between. The film takes a while to get going with nothing really horrific (no dreams) until over a quarter of the way in, and even then the pace is sluggish, but the nightmares and related special effects are very decently done for a film made on a budget. A definite curio for fans of the series.

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Post by albajos » October 9th, 2019, 5:18 pm

peeptoad wrote:
October 9th, 2019, 1:22 pm
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In my youth there were one case that stood out in the local video rental store. It was coffin shaped like this one but it was not Fright Night 2.

Anyone remember more of these? I think it was The Tomb, The Grave, The Gate or something like that.
Possibly the Tombs of the Blind Dead collection: https://www.amazon.com/Collection-Galle ... B000AM6MVO
Nah, I'm talking VHS here

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Post by shugs » October 9th, 2019, 5:28 pm

7. The Gorgon (Terence Fisher, 1964) - 5/10
8. La piel que habito [The Skin I Live In] (Pedro Almodóvar, 2011) - 7/10
9. Santa Sangre (Alejandro Jodorowsky, 1989) - 8/10
10. The Phantom of the Opera (Rupert Julian, Lon Chaney, Ernst Laemmle, Edward Sedgwick, 1925) - 8/10
11. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (Don Siegel, 1956) - 8/10
12. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Rouben Mamoulian, 1931) - 6/10
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1. The Prowler (Joseph Zito, 1981) - 3/10
2. Dracula (Francis Ford Coppola, 1992) - 8/10
3. Black Christmas (Bob Clark, 1974) - 9/10
4. The Raven (Lew Landers, 1935) - 6/10
5. TerrorVision (Ted Nicolaou, 1986) - 5/10
6. Sleepy Hollow (Tim Burton, 1999) - 5/10

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Post by VincentPrice » October 9th, 2019, 6:29 pm

43. Jeepers Creepers 2-2003: 8/10 (rewatch)
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1. American Horror Story: 1984-"Mr. Jingles"-2019: 8/10
2. Jessabelle-2014: 6/10
3. Slasher: The Executioner-"An Eye for an Eye"-2016: 8/10
4. Slasher: The Executioner-"Digging Your Grave with Your Teeth"-2016: 8/10
5. Crawl-2019: 10/10
6. Sleepwalkers-1992: 8/10 (rewatch)
7. Slasher: The Executioner-"Like as Fire Eateth Up and Burneth Wood"-2016: 8/10
8. Slasher: The Executioner-"As Water is Corrupted Before it Moves"-2016: 8/10
9. Anaconda-1997: 8/10 (rewatch)
10. The Toybox-2018: 4/10
11. Slasher: The Executioner-"Ill-Gotten Gaints"-2016: 8/10
12. Slasher: The Executioner-"The One Who Sows His Own Flesh"-2016: 9/10
13. Slasher: The Executioner-"In the Pride of His Face"-2016: 8/10
14. Slasher: The Executioner-"Soon Your Own Eyes Will See"-2016: 8/10
15. Super 8-2011: 9/10 (rewatch)
16. The Nest-1988: 9/10 (rewatch)
17. Shaun of the Dead-2004: 10/10 (rewatch)
18. Deep Rising-1998: 9/10 (rewatch)
19. Dolls-1987: 10/10 (rewatch)
20. Disturbing Behavior-1998: 8/10 (rewatch)
21. The Gate-1987: 8/10 (rewatch)
22. Murder-Rock-1984: 7/10
23. Cabin Fever-2002: 10/10 (rewatch)
24. Santa Clarita Diet-"So Then a Bat or a Monkey-2017: 9/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"We Can't Kill People!"-2017: 9/10
25. Santa Clarita Diet-"We Can Kill People"-2017: 9/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"The Farting Sex Tourist"-2017: 10/10
26. Evil-"177 Minutes"-2019: 8/10
27. Spawn-1997: 7/10 (rewatch)
28. Santa Clarita Diet-"Man Eat Man"-2017; 9/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"Attention to Detail"-2017: 9/10
29. Santa Clarita Diet-"Strange or Inconsiderate?"-2017: 10/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"How Much Vomit?"-2017: 10/10
30. Santa Clarita Diet-"The Book"-2017: 9/10
Santa Clarita Diet-"Baka, Bile and Baseball Bats"-2017: 9/10`
31. The Walking Dead-"Lines We Cross"-2019: 7/10
32. Uncanny Annie-2019: 6/10
33. The Midnight Meat Train-2008: 8/10 (rewatch)
34. The Monster Squad-1987: 10/10 (rewatch)
35. The Cabin in the Woods-2011: 10/10 (rewatch)
36. Slasher: Guilty Party-"Six Feet Under"-2017: 8/10
37. Slasher: Guilty Party-"Between Good and Evil"-2017: 7/10
38. Slasher: Guilty Party-"Saint Sebastian"-2017: 7/10
39. Pet Sematary II-1992: 8/10 (rewatch)
40. Sinister-2012: 8/10 (rewatch)
41. Sinister 2-2015: 7/10 (rewatch)
42. Jeepers Creepers-2001: 9/10 (rewatch)

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Post by albajos » October 9th, 2019, 8:42 pm

25. Fright Night Part 2 (1988) USA 382 checks
26. Jack Frost (1997) USA 1 official list 862 checks #BINGO D1
27. Blood Beach (1980) USA 82 checks #BINGO C2 Burt Young as a sergeant, Not even John Saxon can counter that out. But, yes. When someone climbs out the sewer and falls uncounsious and severly injuried on the ground. He doesn't help, just rolls them over with his foot.
28. Mountaintop Motel Massacre (1986) USA 77 checks

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+4 They Shoot Zombies, Don't They? (43,1%)

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01. Critters 3 (1991) USA 788 checks
02. Critters 4 (1992) USA 374 checks #BINGO C3
03. Critters Attack! (2019) USA 22 checks #BINGO C1
04. Frozen Scream (1975) USA 27 checks #HUNT 2 #BINGO A3
05. Bride of Chucky(1998) USA | Canada 1 official list 4 377 checks
06. Seed of Chucky (2004) Romania | UK 2 421 checks #BINGO D3
07. Curse of Chucky (2013) USA | Canada 1 223 checks #BINGO B1
08. Cult of Chucky (2017) USA 389 checks #BINGO B4
09. Child's Play 2 (1990) USA 1 official list 3 477 checks #BINGO B2
10. Child's Play 3 (1991) UK | USA 1 official list 2 655 checks [rewatch]
11. Abby (1974) USA 60 checks
12. The Haunting (1963) UK 6 official list 7 920 checks
13. Haunted Honeymoon (1986) USA 314 checks
14. Tales from the Far Side II (1997) Canada 15 checks
15. Creepshow (1982) USA 1 official list 5 180 checks
16. Creepshow 2 (1987) USA 1 official list 1 392 checks [rewatch]
17. Koko-di Koko-da (2019) Sweden | Denmark 24 checks
18. Creepshow 3 (2006) USA 150 checks
19. Boo! A Madea Halloween (2016) USA | Hong Kong 96 checks
20. Boo 2! A Madea Halloween (2017) USA 34 checks
21. Graveyard Shift (1990) USA | Japan 506 checks
22. Embrace of the Vampire (1995) USA 210 checks
23. Valentine (2001) USA 916 checks #BINGO D2
24. Pagan Invasion: Halloween Trick or Treat (1991) USA 2 checks
25. Fright Night Part 2 (1988) USA 382 checks
26. Jack Frost (1997) USA 1 official list 862 checks #BINGO D1
27. Blood Beach (1980) USA 82 checks #BINGO C2
28. Mountaintop Motel Massacre (1986) USA 77 checks

!seen 28

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