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Canadian Challenge (Official, July 2020)

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Post by Mario Gaborović » July 31st, 2020, 2:49 pm

48. The Railrodder (1965) + En marchant (1968) + Every Child (1979) + Blind Vaysha (2016) + Animal Behaviour (2018) + Bryan Adams: Shine a Light (2019)

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01. Atanarjuat (2001)
02. Reason Over Passion (1969)
03. Hobo with a Shotgun (2011)
04. Goon (2011)
05. The Sweet Hereafter (1997)
06. Laurence Anyways (2012)
07. The Peanut Butter Solution (1985)
08. Pour la suite du monde (1963)
09. Le chat dans le sac (1964)
10. À tout prendre (1963)
11. Stories We Tell (2012)
12. The Silent Partner (1978)
13. Nobody Waved Good-bye (1964)
14. Monkey Warfare (2006)
15. Le confessionnal (1995)
16. J'ai tué ma mère (2009)
17. Loyalties (1987)
18. Life Classes (1988)
19. Meatballs (1979)
20. I've Heard the Mermaids Singing (1987)
21. Réjeanne Padovani (1973)
22. The Corporation (2003)
23. Pontypool (2008)
24. Ilsa: She Wolf of the SS (1975)
25. Away from Her (2006)
26. Carry on, Sergeant! (1928)
27. In the Shadow of the Pole (1928)
28. Wedding in White (1972)
29. Fubar (2002)
30. The Arctic Patrol (1929)
31. Les dernières fiançailles (1973)
32. Lest We Forget (1935)
33. Dead of Night (1974)
34. Montreal Main (1974)
35. Oedipus Rex (1957)
36. Warrendale (1967)
37. My Winnipeg (2007)
38. Les invasions barbares (2003)
39. Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance (1993)
40. Exotica (1994)
41. Take This Waltz (2011) (l)
42. Dying at Grace (2003)
43. Sweet Movie (1974)
44. Whispering City (1947)
45. Chérie, ôte tes raquettes (1975) + Monsieur Pointu (1976) + Zea (1981) + An Artist (1994) + My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts (1999) + Nude Caboose (2006) + Night Mayor (2009) + J'aime les filles (2016)
46. Last Night (1998)
47. Roadkill (1989)

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1. Bedroom Eyes (1984) Ontario / English
2. Wedding in White (1972) Ontario / English
3. Search and Destroy (1979) Ontario / English
4. Twin Dragon Encounter (1986) Ontario / English
5. A Whisper to a Scream (1989) Ontario / English FIRST CHECK!
6. Little Devils: The Birth (1993) Ontario / English
7. What Price Vengeance (1937) British Columbia / English
8. Murder by Night (1989) Ontario / English
9. Martyrs (2008) Québec / French REVISION
10. Bullies (1986) British Columbia / English
11. Flying (1986) Ontario / English
12. <---> (1969) Ontario / English REVISION
13. Watchers (1988) British Columbia / English
14. So Is This (1982) Ontario / English REVISION
15. Teen Lust (2014) Manitoba / English
16. Crazy Moon (1987) Québec / English
17. Wavelength (1967) Ontario / English REVISION
18. *Corpus Callosum (2002) Ontario / English REVISION
19. Mrs Ashboro's Cat (2004) Prince Edward Island / English
20. Flaming Frontier (1958) Ontario / English FIRST CHECK!
21. Twists of Terror (1997) Québec / English
22. Whispering City (1947) Québec / English
23. The Decline (2020) Québec / French
24. Snake Eater (1989) New Brunswick / English
25. Iqaluit (2016) Nunavut / Bilingual
26. Junior (1985) Québec / English
27. Cannibal Girls (1973) Ontario / English
28. Polytechnique (2009) Québec / French
29. Family Viewing (1987) Ontario / English
30. The Rowdyman (1972) Newfoundland and Labrador / English
31. I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House (2016) Ontario / English
32. Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould (1993) Ontario / English
33. The Song of Names (2019) Québec / English
34. Le Violon Rogue (1998) Québec / Bilingual
35. Picture of Light (1994) Manitoba / English
36. Tia And Piujuq (2018) Nunavut / Bilingual FIRST CHECK!
37. September Dawn (2007) Alberta / English
38. New Waterford Girl (1999) Nova Scotia / English
39. The Last Trapper (2004) Yukon Territory / English
40. Earth to Mouth (2003) Ontario / Cantonese FIRST CHECK!
41. Fort Good Hope (1977) Northwest Territories / English (under 5 IMDb votes)
42. Helicopter Canada (1966) EVERY PROVINCE / English
43. Hounds of Notre Dame (1980) Saskatchewan / English
44. Pour la suite du monde (1963) Québec / French
45. The Child of the Future (1964) Ontario / English FIRST CHECK! (under 5 IMDb votes)
46. Crimes of the Future (1970) Ontario / English REVISION
47. The Cat in the Bag (1964) Québec / French
48. Faith Healer (1988) Ontario / English REVISION
49. Paint Cans (1994) Nova Scotia / English FIRST CHECK!
50. Wrecked (2010) British Columbia / English
51. Gas (1981) Québec / English
52. Fun (1994) Québec / English
53. Bite (2015) Ontario / English
54. Debug (2014) Ontario / English
55. Stereo (1969) Ontario / English REVISION
56. Shivers (1975) Québec / English REVISION
57. Scanners (1981) Ontario / English REVISION
58. Oddballs (1984) Ontario / English
59. Uranium (1990) Ontario / English FIRST CHECK! (under 5 IMDb votes)
60. Smash Cut (2009) Ontario / English
61. The Brood (1979) Ontario / English REVISION
62. Cosmopolis (2012) Ontario / English REVISION
63. Videodrome (1983) Ontario / English REVISION
64. Scary Movie (1991) Ontario / English
65. Ghostkeeper (1982) Alberta / English
66. The Monster (2016) Ontario / English
67. Monster Brawl (2011) Ontario / English
68. Corpse Eaters (1974) Ontario / English
69. Gone by Dawn (2016) Alberta / English
70. From Beneath (2012) British Columbia / English
71. Feed the Gods (2014) British Columbia / English
72. Bottom Feeder (2007) Ontario / English
73. The Carpenter (1988) Québec / English
74. Death Junction (1994) Ontario / English FIRST CHECK!
75. Deadly Harvest (1977) Ontario / English
76. One Night Only (1986) Ontario / English
77. My Pet Monster (1986) Ontario / English
78. Crippled Inside (1989) Ontario / English
79. The Maestro (1989) Ontario / English
80. The Hecklers (1975) Ontario / English FIRST CHECK!
81. Regeneration (1987) British Columbia / English FIRST CHECK!
82. Breakup.com (2008) British Columbia / English FIRST CHECK!
83. Power Games (1989) Québec / English FIRST CHECK!
84. A Cup of Time (1987) Ontario / English
85. Vanity's Mirror (1988) Ontario / English
86. The Corrupted (2010) Alberta / English
87. The Playhouse (1989) Ontario / English
88. Selfie from Hell (2018) British Columbia / English
89. The Inheritance (1987) Ontario / English
90. Fear of the Dark (2003) Québec / English
91. Double Exposure (1988) Ontario / English
92. Dead on Campus (2014) Ontario / English
93. Project Eugenics (2015) British Columbia / English FIRST CHECK!
94. Rise of the Trolls (2016) Ontario / English FIRST CHECK!
95. Doorway To Hell (1988) Ontario / English
96. Devil in the Dark (2017) British Columbia / English
97. End of Days, Inc. (2015) Ontario / English
98. The Tree Of Life (1990) Ontario / English
99. Firebird 2015 AD (1981) Alberta / English
100. Monkey Warfare (2006) Ontario / English
101. My Wife as a Dog (1990) Ontario / English
102. Wedding in Black (1989) Ontario / English
103. Warriors of Terra (2006) Ontario / English
104. A Zebra For Sally (2008) Alberta / English
105. Berkshire County (2014) Ontario / English
106. Bikini Girls on Ice (2009) Québec / English
107. Master of Disguise (1988) Ontario / English
108. The Long Weekend (1994) Ontario / English FIRST CHECK!
109. Separation Anxiety (2014) Ontario / English FIRST CHECK!
110. The Pink Chiquitas (1987) Ontario / English
111. The Pineville Heist (2016) Ontario / English
112. A Little Bit Zombie (2012) Ontario / English
113. Singularity Principle (2013) Saskatchewan / English
114. Please Kill Mr. Know It All (2012) Ontario / English
115. Friends, Lovers, & Lunatics (1989) Ontario / English FIRST CHECK!
116. Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter (2001) Ontario / English
117. Best Evidence: Top 10 UFO Sightings (2007) Nova Scotia / English
118. Revenge of the Radioactive Reporter (1990) Ontario / English
119. Splatter: Architects of Fear (1986) Ontario / English
120. Hot Tub Party Massacre (2016) Manitoba / English
121. Halloween: Resurgence (2012) British Columbia / English
122. Heavy Metal Horror (2014) Québec / English
123. Home Sweet Home (2013) Ontario / English
124. Blue Monkey (1987) Ontario / English
125. Bad Penny (1989) Ontario / English

126. Spasms (1983) Ontario / English

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Between the casting of Oliver Reed (who had recently done The Brood), the hiring of Scanners makeup artists Dick Smith and Stephen Dupuis, and the whole telepathic connection plot, this often feels like an attempt to cash in on what David Cronenberg was doing at the time, yet the limited budget means that neither the special effects nor general mood is anywhere near as arresting. Fun enough but definitely something with potential for more.

Oh, and that's it for me this month. Thanks for hosting, Ferg. A great challenge as always; to some, Canada to is The Great White North, but to me it will always be the home to the best in body horror. B)
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Post by Fergenaprido » July 31st, 2020, 7:56 pm

ororama wrote:
July 29th, 2020, 12:02 pm
Fergenaprido wrote:
July 28th, 2020, 11:54 am
Penultimate OP update is imminent.

OP updated up until ororama's post.
I believe that I should have one more point in the bonus challenge for regions. Marion Bridge was filmed in Nova Scotia.

I appreciate your effort with the bonus challenge. I didn't do the work myself to add the provinces, I think mainly because I expected my feature film viewing to be overwhelmingly from Ontario and Quebec, as it has been. I''ll add provinces for the last few days (although I expect what I watch to be to be overwhelmingly from Ontario and Quebec).
I forgot to post my reply to this, sorry. I checked, and you are correct; I'll fix the OP when I do the final update and add NS to your score in the bonus challenge.

And here's my last update and then I'm off to bed. Thought I was going to manage to fit in 3 films tonight, but ended up with only 2. Fittingly, I suppose, I ended up with a score equal to my age, so there's that, I guess.

36. Jusqu'au déclin [The Decline] (2020) QC-fr - 7.5ish
37. From Ashes to Forest (1984) AB-en - First to check, and under 5 votes on imdb - 7-5ish

The Decline was the only 2020 film I could find, so I settled for it on Netflix. It did a great job maintaining the atmosphere as a thriller, and I'm thankful that most of the violence of was off-screen, but I had to keep pausing to regain my composure/slow down my heartrate.
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I missed the fact that Grondin was in the cast until the credits rolled, and then I went back and rewatched a few of his scenes and then I recognized him. I've had a soft-spot for him since C.R.A.Z.Y., so I was sad that he was the first to go, and surprised I didn't recognize him right away (mind you, he looked heavier than normal and was bundled up in winter clothing, so...). I liked the fact that you think you know who the protagonist is going to be, and then it shifts on you halfway; in these type of films I always try to guess who will be the ones who survive at the end; I was half right. Kind of confused as to what happened to Anna, though... did David kill her even though she was tied up, or did she pull the table down on herself? I like that it tried to show the conflicted nature of Alain, but I don't think it succeeded. And did Rachel paralyze him by twisting his neck? I couldn't tell, but I was also not fully looking because I was queasy. tehe Also, that ending, with the aerial shot and the repeated lines that Alain spoke on their first night together about being sane people and needing to work together was absolutely brilliant.

Plus, this film was unintentionally timely, with them mentioning possible causes of worldwide panic that would lead them to use their survivalist skills and including H1N1, similar to Covid-19 and all the panic buying that happened at the start of the pandemic and lockdowns. And with BLM it's also kind of a strange poetic justice that the "last man standing" is an angry black woman.
Overall, though, I liked it, and though I watched the original French version with English subs, I went back to watch a few scenes with the English dub to compare, and it was cool that all the actors dubbed their own lines in English. The dialog is better in French, though (even the English subtitles were better than the English dub, where they differed).

I spent more time than I care to admit looking for the final film to watch, as I wanted something that was both a first check and under 5 votes on imdb, plus was something I was actually interested in watching. Finally settled upon From Ashes to Forest, a doc about forest fires and forest management. I found it highly informative, which is always great in a documentary, and it has some stunning aerial footage for a film from the '80s. The controlled burn scenes were also shot beautifully. With these types of documentaries from a few decades ago, I'm always interested in how things turned out long after the fact, especially in this case since Fort McMurray was devastated by a huge forest fire just a few years ago, just south of the Wood Buffalo park featured in the film. I also found my emotions conflicted, being sad at them burning perfectly healthy trees, but knowing that it was "essential" for the overall health of the forest. An interesting ethical quandary.

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1. MS Slavic 7 (2019) ON-en - 2.6
2. One Week (2008) ON-en - 7.8
3. Life Classes (1988) NS-en - 7.6
4. From Nine to Nine (1936) QC-en - 6.0
5. Fort Good Hope (1977) NT-en - First to check, and under 5 votes on imdb - 7.4
6. Horses of Suffield (1998) AB-en - First to check, and under 5 votes on imdb - 7.4
7. Drylanders (1963) SK-en - 7.2
8. Mourir à tue-tête [A Scream from Silence] (1979) QC-fr - 8.0
9. Zero Patience (1993) ON-en - 8.6
10. The People of Kattawapiskak River (2012) ON-en - First to check - 7.2
11. Hi-Ho Mistahey! (2013) ON-en - 7.4
12. Bon Cop Bad Cop 2 (2017) QC-fr/en - 7.6
13. Angry Inuk (2016) NU-en/iu - 8.4
14. The Spell of the Yukon (1996) YT-en - First to check - 6.8
15. Les pièges de la mer [Cries from the Deep] (1982) NL-en - First to check - 7.4
16. Helicopter Canada (1966) all-en - 7.4
17. Incident at Restigouche (1984) QC-en - 8.0
18. My American Cousin (1985) BC-en - 7.6
19. Forbidden Forest (2003) NB-en - First to check - 7.6
20. Un homme et son péché [A Man and His Sin] (1949) - QC-fr - 7.4
21. Next of Kin (1984) - ON-en - 8.0
22. Goon: Last of the Enforcers (2017) - ON-en - 7.4
23. Spider (2002) ON-en - 7.6
24. Riel Country (1996) MB-en/fr - First to check, and under 5 votes on imdb - 7.2
25. Qaggiq [Gathering Place] (1988) NU-iu - Under 5 votes on imdb - 6.2
26. Nunaqpa [Going Inland] (1991) NU-iu - First to check, and under 5 votes on imdb - 6.2
27. The Fruit Machine (2018) ON-en - First to check - 8.4
28. Le révolutionnaire [The Revolutionary] (1965) QC-fr - First to check - 7.4
29. In Love and Anger: Milton Acorn - Poet (1984) PE-en - First to check and under 5 votes on imdb - 7.2
30. Séraphin (1950) - 7ish
31. Gui tu lie che [Last Train Home] (2009) QC-zh - 7.5ish
32. The Changeling (1980) BC-en - 7.5ish
33. The Northern Lights (1992) NT-en - First to check - 7ish
34. It's All Gone Pete Tong (2004) BC-en - 7ish
35. La grande séduction [Seducing Dr. Lewis] (2003) QC-fr - 8ish

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Post by blocho » August 1st, 2020, 3:39 am

9. Jusqu'au Declin (2020) Quebec/French
Not a survival movie but rather a survivalist movie. A solid thriller overall. The plot is mostly predictable, but there are a few surprises along the way.

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Post by blueboybob » August 1st, 2020, 11:12 am

113. Canada's Drag Race - 1x01 Eh-laganza Eh-xtravaganza
114. Canada's Drag Race - 1x02 Her-itage Moments
115. Canada's Drag Race - 1x03 Not Sorry Aboot It
116. Canada's Drag Race - 1x04 Single-Use Queens
117. Canada's Drag Race - 1x05 The Snatch Game
118. Screwballs (1983)
119. The Party Animal (1984)


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120. Snuff (1975)
121. Barn of the Blood Llama (1997)

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Post by OldAle1 » August 1st, 2020, 12:12 pm

Canuck Crap and Canadian CaviarShow

1. Double Happiness (Mina Shum, 1994) British Columbia/English/Cantonese

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2. Hell at My Heels (Brett Kelly, 2011) Ontario/English
3. Rise of the Black Bat (Brett Kelly, 2012) Ontario/English

Claude Jutra
4. Dreamspeaker (1976) British Columbia/English
5. Surfacing (1981) Ontario/English
6. By Design (1981) British Columbia/English

7. Ilsa: She-Wolf of the S.S. (Don Edmonds, 1975) (re-watch)
8. Ilsa: Harem Keeper of the Oil Sheiks (Don Edmonds, 1976)
9. City on Fire (1979) Québec/English
10. King Solomon's Treasure (1979) Canadian-British co-production made mostly in Swaziland
11. Death Ship (1980) Québec/English
12. My American Cousin (Sandy Wilson, 1985) British Columbia/English
13. DEFCON-4 (Paul Donovan, 1985) Nova Scotia/English
14. The Dirties (Matt Johnson, 2013) Ontario/English
15. Waydowntown (Gary Burns, 2000) Alberta/English

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16. Autumn Born (1979) Manitoba/English
17. Ladies of the Lotus (1987) British Columbia/English FIRST CHECK
18. Possession (1987) British Columbia/English
19. Empire of Ash aka Empire of Ash II (1988) British Columbia/English
20. Empire of Ash III (1989) British Columbia/English

21. The Bloody Brood (Julian Roffman, 1959) Ontario/English

Denys Arcand
22. Seul ou avec d'autres / Alone or with Others (co-directed with Denis Héroux and Stéphane Venne, 1962)' Québec/French
23. Réjeanne Padovani (1973) Québec/French
24. L'âge des ténèbres / The Age of Ignorance (2007) Québec/French
25. Le règne de la beauté / An Eye for Beauty (2014) Québec/Ontario/French/English

Rafal Zielinski - purveyor of generic 80s teen comedy schlock (25-29)
26. Screwballs (1983)
27. Loose Screws aka Screwballs II (1985)
28. Recruits (1986)
29. State Park (1988)
30. Last Resort aka National Lampoon's Last Resort (1994)

31. Starship Invasions (Ed Hunt, 1977)
more low-grade Canuck sci-fi

32. The Neptune Factor (Daniel Petrie, 1973)

Nova Scotia-born director Daniel Petrie spent most of his half-century career in the USA, making a few fairly well-known movies like Fort Apache the Bronx and Cocoon: The Return, but he did return to his native country a few times, most notably with 1984's The Bay Boy, a personal project which he also wrote and which gave him the best reviews of his career. 11 years earlier he made this less-successful but probably much more heavily hyped underwater adventure picture, shot largely off the coast of his home province. Canadian Walter Pidgeon and Yanks Ernest Borgnine and Yvette Mimieux headline a cast of several underwater scientists and divers doing deep work when an earthquake hits, stranding several members of the team in an underwater habitat hundreds of meters down on the ocean floor. Expert Ben Gazzara is flown in from Georgia (why Georgia? the New York actor does make an attempt at a light southern accent but there's no reason for it) to help rescue the crew and/or salvage the equipment. This is all very pedestrian though it's reasonably entertaining in the first half; once the team heads down it becomes fairly dull and predictable, and the effects are laughable - plus the tropical fish that we see all over the place are, uh, not really native to those cold waters. Meh. Underwater stuff isn't usually my thing to begin with but this is just ultimately lame and useles.

33. The Shape of Things to Come (George McCowan, 1979)

Whose idea was it to use the name of H.G. Wells' 1933 pseudo-novel, pseudo-philosophical tract, the basis for the great 1936 British film Things to Come? Who had the gall to even put Wells' name in a prominent place in the credits, though this has NOTHING whatsoever to do with his work apart from a couple of lifted character names? Anyway what this actually is is a low-budget attempt to cash in on Star Wars and the various TV series like Battlestar Galactica and Buck Rogers that were already following in it's wake - in fact this feels very much like an abortive 2-part pilot, with Jack Palance as a crazy megalomaniac who wants to kill off humanity (everybody, apparently - he seems to live in total isolation apart from robots) by sending spaceships at high speed into Lunar colonies and the radioactive remains of the earth, and the intrepid group that sets out to stop him - Barry Morse, Nicholas Campbell, and Anne-Marie Martin. John Ireland is also on hand in a small role as a Senator. A cutesy robot is of course necessary, as in the two TV series I mentioned, and Martin and Carol Lynley - whose function wasn't really clear until near the end of the film - wear skin-tight white outfits reminiscent of the Buck Rogers costumes. Trite, cheap, but kind of entertaining in a cheesy sort of way.

34. Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe (Damian Lee, 1990)

This was probably the most fun I had since the Neil Breen films at the beginning of the month. First off it stars Jesse "The Body" Ventura - future Governor of Minnesota dont'cha know - as the titular character, and almost 10,000 year old intergalactic peacekeeper (called a Finder) who is out to catch rogue Finder Secundus (Sven-Ole Thorsen) before Thorsen can impregnate an Earth woman and create "The Culmator", a special being who will deliver to him the Anti-Life Equation which will allow him to destroy or control the universe. Uh, year. Is it just me or does the bald-topped Ventura look remarkably like James Taylor - a big, buff James Taylor to be sure -

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Anyway what do you think happens? Have you ever seen a movie before? Secundus of course succeeds in his mystical impregnation (shades of a certain religion for sure) but of course Abraxas can't do what he's told and kill the woman, and instead falls in love with her - well, years later that is. Once the Culmator is a 10-year-old child both Secundus and Abraxas come looking and basically destroy a whole lot of property in the small wintry Ontario town where this was filmed. Shades of The Terminator, Predator and loads of other 80s SF-action films only way cheesier and sillier, but hugely fun. Ventura can't really act but somehow that doesn't matter at all here and in any case he's actually better than most of the rest of the cast who are just awful. Very bland music punctuated a couple of times by super-bad pop songs; lots and LOTS of explosions with an absolutely hilarious ending. This is what good bad movies are all about.

35. Replikator (Philip Jackson, 1994)

Almost as bad but not nearly as entertaining is this film examining, you guessed it, replicating stuff. Taking place sometime in the near future with a sort of dystopian Blade Runner neon-heavy vibe - but done very cheaply on sets and in warehouses and such - this involves two competing teams trying to solve the technology to replicate anything, one of them led by a genius young tech-whiz dude (Michael St. Gerard) more or less building it all from scratch, the other financed by a REALLY EVIL CORPORATE ASSHOLE GUY. Bad things start to happen, crimes are committed, and cop Ned Beatty (who I kept waiting to hear say "only one week left and then I retire to that cabin in the mountains I always wanted), and surprise surprise there's human replication too even though (of course) that wasn't supposed to happen. This has moderately interesting visuals, Beatty isn't bad, but overall it's just the usual good guys against the corporate world, and don't create what should be God's domain sort of thing. The copy I saw wasn't bad, but given how dark and claustrophobic the films is, it was still rather hard to view at times and catch everything going on.

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1. Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance (1993) Quebec - English
2. Goon (2011) Manitoba - Eng
3. Goon: Last of the Enforcers (2017) Manitoba - Eng
4. Independence Daysaster (2013) British Columbia
5. Shark Killer (2015)
6. Bigfoot Ate My Boyfriend (2016) *1st to Check
7. Sweet Prudence & the Erotic Adventure of Bigfoot (2011) Ontario
8. Metal Tornado (2011)
9. Deadly Inferno (2016)
10. Pride of Lions/The Dependables (2014)
11. Asteroid: Final Impact (2015)
12. Dark Storm (2006)
13. Termination Point (2007)
14. Careful (1992)
15. Hobo with a Shotgun (2011) - Nova Scotia
16. The Real Sherlock Holmes (2012) *1st to Check
17. Jack of All Trades (2018)
18. The Sweet Hereafter (1997)
19. Crime Wave (1985)
20. Supercollider (2013)
21. Polytechnique (2009)
22. The Decline of the American Empire (1986) French
23. 24x36 (2016)
24. Anthropocene: The Human Epoch (2019)
25. Examined Life (2008)
26. The Final Storm (2010)
27. Descent (2005)
28. Solar Strike (2006)
29. Insecticidal (2005)
30. The Accountant of Auschwitz (2018)
A pretty cool documentary about a trial of someone who worked as an accountant at Aushwitz and was tried for being an accessory to 300000 murders. Talked a lot about the legal precedent it was setting and why it was important to do, even if the "punishment" and "justice" were underwhelming.

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Post by ororama » August 1st, 2020, 5:05 pm

31. Le déclin de l'empire américain/ The Decline of the American Empire (1986) 101 min. Quebec/French
32. Stardom (2000) * 101 min. Quebec/English (with a little French)

I'll have to get to The Barbarian Invasions, which I have been meaning to watch for a long time, this month.

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1. Murdoch Mysteries: A Merry Murdoch Christmas (2015) * 88 min.
2. Shivers (1975) 88 min.
3. DEFCON-4 (1985) * 88 min.
4. The F Word (2013) * 98 min.
5. REW FFWD (1994) * 31 min.
120 Seconds to Get Elected (2006) * 2 min.
Next Floor (2008) * 12 min.
Rated R for Nudity (2011) * 3 min.
Getting Started (1979) 12 min.
6. Enemy (2013) * 91 min.
7. Les grandes chaleursHeat Wave (2009)  * 100 min.
8. Cathy's Curse (1977) * 91 min.
9. Murdoch Mysteries: Nolo Contendere (2015) * 44 min.
10. Murdoch Mysteries: Marked Twain (2015) * 44 min.
11. Murdoch Mysteries: Double Life (2015) * 44 min.
12. Murdoch Mysteries: Barenaked Ladies (2015) * 44 min.
13. Murdoch Mysteries: 24 Hours Til Doomsday (2015) * 44 min.
14. The Outer Limits: The Choice (1995) * 44 min.
15. C'est pas moi, je le jure!It's Not Me, I Swear! (2008) * 110 min.
16. Murdoch Mysteries: The Local Option (2015) * 44 min.
17. Murdoch Mysteries: Summer of '75 (2015) * 44 min.
18. Murdoch Mysteries: Pipe Dreamzzz (2015) * 44 min.
19. Hors-d'oeuvre (1960) * 7 min.
21-87 (1964) * 10 min.
The Metamorphosis of Mr. Samsa (1977) * 10 min.
Rat Life and Diet in North America (1968) * 16 min.
It's a Crime (1957) * 13 min.
My Financial Career (1962) * 7 min.
20. Des chiens dans la neigeWolves in the Snow (2002) 90 min.
21. Murdoch Mysteries: Raised on Robbery (2016) * 44 min.
22. Murdoch Mysteries: The Big Chill (2016) * 44 min.
23. Murdoch Mysteries: A Case of the Yips (2016) * 44 min.
24. Marion Bridge (2002) 90 min.
25. Bon Cop, Bad Cop (2006) 117 min.
26. Twilight of the Ice Nymphs (1997) * 92 min.
27. Perfect (2003) 16 min.
Christmas at Moose Factory (1971) 13 min.
The Heart of the World (2000) * 6 min.
Samuel de Champlain: Québec 1603 (1964) * 15 min.
Volleyball (1966) * 10 min.
28. Back to God's Country (1919) * 73 min.
29. The Outer Limits: Virtual Future (1995) * 44 min.
30. Polytechnique (2009) * 77 min. Quebec/French

*First time viewing.

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Post by Fergenaprido » August 1st, 2020, 5:52 pm

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113. Canada's Drag Race - 1x01 Eh-laganza Eh-xtravaganza
114. Canada's Drag Race - 1x02 Her-itage Moments
115. Canada's Drag Race - 1x03 Not Sorry Aboot It
116. Canada's Drag Race - 1x04 Single-Use Queens
117. Canada's Drag Race - 1x05 The Snatch Game
118. Screwballs (1983)
119. The Party Animal (1984)


NOT SURE ABOUT THESE BUT IMDB LISTS CANADA
120. Snuff (1975)
121. Barn of the Blood Llama (1997)
How is drag race so far? I don't get the Canadian version on my Netflix yet :(

Snuff - American film, not eligible, sorry - I cannot find anything Canadian about it on the interwebs aside from the secondary Canada label on imdb and some production company called August Films. But reading up on the history of the production, it appears to be American through and through.
Barn of the Blood Llama - Very little information on this one, but I'd say it's American based on the film's FB page seemingly run by the director/producer where you can buy a copy of the film on dvd for $15 USD (but they don't ship overseas) - so not eligible, sorry. I'm also removing Canada (and Australia) from the list of countries since everything about this film seems to have been done in Texas.

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Post by Fergenaprido » August 1st, 2020, 5:54 pm

Hey all! Thanks for the great participation this year!

I was out all day and now that I'm home I'm rather tired, so I'm going to bed. I'll update the OP tomorrow, and I'll give everyone until Tuesday to post any final updates and double-check for any errors, and then I'll post the final official results after that, along with some stats that I'll collect. In the meantime, I'm going to be working on processing and starting the results for the Unofficial Films poll.

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Post by frbrown » August 1st, 2020, 7:01 pm

17. Relic Hunter: The Headless Nun (1999)

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1. Murder by Night (1989)
2. Prom Night (1980)
3a. A and B in Ontario (1984)
3b. Birds at Sunrise (1986)
3c. Pierre Vallieres (1972)
3d. Solidarity (1973)
4. Perfect Timing (1986)
5a. The Christmas Raccoons (1980)
5b. The Raccoons on Ice (1981)
5c. The Hitchhiker: Nightshift (1985)
6. The Outer Limits: Valerie 23 (1995)
7. The Outer Limits: The Human Operators (1999)
8. The Outer Limits: Skin Deep (2000)
9. The Raccoons and the Lost Star (1983)
10. The Outer Limits: Flower Child (2001)
11a. The Hitchhiker: Out of the Night (1985)
11b. The Hitchhiker: The Killer (1985)
11c. The Hitchhiker: W.G.O.D. (1985)
12. Relic Hunter: Buddha's Bowl (1999)
13. Relic Hunter: Smoking Gun (1999)
14a. The Hitchhiker: Man's Best Friend (1985)
14b. The Hitchhiker: Ghostwriter (1986)
14c. The Hitchhiker: O.D. Feelin' (1986)
15a. The Hitchhiker: Dead Man's Curve (1986)
15b. The Hitchhiker: The Curse (1986)
15c. The Hitchhiker: True Believer (1986)
16a. The Hitchhiker: Last Scene (1986)
16b. The Hitchhiker: Man of Her Dreams (1986)
16c. The Hitchhiker: One Last Prayer (1986)
17. Relic Hunter: The Headless Nun (1999)

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1. Double Happiness (Mina Shum, 1994) British Columbia/English/Cantonese

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2. Hell at My Heels (Brett Kelly, 2011) Ontario/English
3. Rise of the Black Bat (Brett Kelly, 2012) Ontario/English

Claude Jutra
4. Dreamspeaker (1976) British Columbia/English
5. Surfacing (1981) Ontario/English
6. By Design (1981) British Columbia/English

7. Ilsa: She-Wolf of the S.S. (Don Edmonds, 1975) (re-watch)
8. Ilsa: Harem Keeper of the Oil Sheiks (Don Edmonds, 1976)
9. City on Fire (1979) Québec/English
10. King Solomon's Treasure (1979) Canadian-British co-production made mostly in Swaziland
11. Death Ship (1980) Québec/English
12. My American Cousin (Sandy Wilson, 1985) British Columbia/English
13. DEFCON-4 (Paul Donovan, 1985) Nova Scotia/English
14. The Dirties (Matt Johnson, 2013) Ontario/English
15. Waydowntown (Gary Burns, 2000) Alberta/English

Lloyd Simandl
16. Autumn Born (1979) Manitoba/English
17. Ladies of the Lotus (1987) British Columbia/English FIRST CHECK
18. Possession (1987) British Columbia/English
19. Empire of Ash aka Empire of Ash II (1988) British Columbia/English
20. Empire of Ash III (1989) British Columbia/English

21. The Bloody Brood (Julian Roffman, 1959) Ontario/English

Denys Arcand
22. Seul ou avec d'autres / Alone or with Others (co-directed with Denis Héroux and Stéphane Venne, 1962)' Québec/French
23. Réjeanne Padovani (1973) Québec/French
24. L'âge des ténèbres / The Age of Ignorance (2007) Québec/French
25. Le règne de la beauté / An Eye for Beauty (2014) Québec/Ontario/French/English

Rafal Zielinski - purveyor of generic 80s teen comedy schlock (25-29)
26. Screwballs (1983)
27. Loose Screws aka Screwballs II (1985)
28. Recruits (1986)
29. State Park (1988)
30. Last Resort aka National Lampoon's Last Resort (1994)

31. Starship Invasions (Ed Hunt, 1977)

more low-grade Canuck sci-fi

32. The Neptune Factor (Daniel Petrie, 1973)
33. The Shape of Things to Come (George McCowan, 1979)
34. Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe (Damian Lee, 1990)
35. Replikator (Philip Jackson, 1994)
36. Cannibal Girls (Ivan Reitman, 1973)

Future SCTV stars Eugene Levy and Andrea Martin play a young couple away for their first weekend together in wintry, snowy Ontario some ways north of Toronto. When their car breaks down near a small town called Farnhamville, they decide to stay the night while it's being fixed, and the old woman who runs the motel tells them a scary story about the three beautiful young cannibal women who used to live in an old farmhouse (now restaurant) on the edge of town... This is billed as a comedy-horror but it really doesn't have a lot of humor, despite the reputations of the director and stars. What it really reminds me of is something like The Cars That Ate Paris - a town out in the middle of nowhere that preys on strangers. Of course that has comic elements too, and I'm not trying to suggest that this is an overly "serious" horror film, but it's unnerving and creepy more than it is humorous. And it's got one of the better usages of the it-was-all-a-dream technique that I've seen. I guess I should read some of the bad reviews - this has a 4.6 on IMDb and I honestly don't know why; while it's not exactly great and might be a bit too repetitive, and some of the acting's fairly lame, it's intriguingly structured and overall pretty damn entertaining; in fact I'd have to say at the moment it's my favorite of the half-dozen films from the director I've seen.

37. Meatballs (Ivan Reitman, 1979) (re-watch)

Probably 2nd viewing. I don't think I saw this when it was new, but I'm pretty sure I saw it no later than 1990 or so - my memories were almost non-existant apart from bits of Bill Murray's routines. Murray plays the second-in-command I guess of a group of summer camp counsellors - most of them 20something - at Camp North Star, a cheap camp for the kids who can't afford to go to Camp Mohawk across the lake. Typical set-up for a summer camp comedy; the most surprising thing about this film is that it's rated PG; in 1979 there were still plenty of cheesy soft-core comedies with this kind of setting, probably the majority actually, so a family-friendly film like this seems a little novel. It probably helped get Reitman's ticket to Hollywood though - showing that he could make both R-rated and PG fare - and it certainly helped Murray's career, showcasing his particular brand of anarchic, often improvised humor in a setting that he couldn't help but dominate. It's an all right film but kind of bland, and the plot with the young outcast (Chris Makepeace) just doesn't do it for me even though I kind of identify with him. Not that comedies have to make any real sense but this just feels very thrown together, which makes the sentimental/dramatic elements feel quite out of place. Like the soundtrack overall but that might just be nostalgia.

On the Road With Bruce McDonald

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Bruce McDonald - rarely if ever seen without the straw hat - was born in 1959 in Kingston, Ontario, and graduated the film program at Ryerson University, Toronto, where he has mostly made his home since. His first feature, Knock! Knock! appeared in 1985 and seems awfully obscure; in the intervening 35 years he's made 15 more features and directed dozens of TV episodes. While his loose road "trilogy" and some other early films mark him as a chronicler of punkish outsiders moving around, trying to find a place to fit in, he's also made several horror films and a couple of highly experimental films. One thing most of his films have in common is large casts, and typically no easily-defined single protagonist, with a loose feeling for narrative/plot.

38. Roadkill (1989)

Valerie Buhagiar plays a young woman, sort of an intern I guess though the nature of her job is never precisely clear, sent on the road up north to find a band of loose cannons who aren't bothering to show up for their gigs. Along the way she runs into a would-be serial-killer, a much younger teenager who she has a one-night stand with and who gives her his car, and various other odd examples of humanity, all the while finding then losing the band multiple times. This is a weird little fairly plotless film, shot in black and white and very cheaply, that is probably going to remind many people of Jim Jarmusch's or Wim Wenders' early films, with their emphases on musically-inclined weirdos and outsiders. And that seems fair though I have no idea where McDonald actually draws his influences - and credit needs to also be given to screenwriter Don McKellar, who also plays the wanna-be Travis Bickle character. It's a quirky little film that I had mixed feelings about for most of it's run-time but which rather grew on me at the very end, and in thinking about it later.

39. Highway 61 (1991)

Buhagiar and McKellar star again in this second of the road trilogy (the third is Hardcore Logo, the best and best-known probably, which I saw a couple of years ago), with McKellar acting again as a screenwriter (along with director McDonald and Allan Magee). Here we find McKellar as a shy and introverted small-town barber with a sort of Robert Smith haircut who gets mixed up with Buhagiar, a criminal who's intent on smuggling drugs to New Orleans with the help of a handy dead body - masquerading it as her brother. As the title suggests it takes place along Highway 61, the "Blues Highway" which runs from Bob Dylan's home state of Minnesota, through Robert Johnson country and down to the Big Easy. And given that Robert Johnson is an unmentioned but potent presence in the story, it wouldn't be right if we didn't have the Devil (Earl Pastko) on their trail for the soul of the departed, would it? This is more structured than the previous film, and I think that's actually a bit of a problem. Buhagiar's character is so unlikable, and the two male characters so one-note that it becomes a bit stale over it's 102 minutes, though there are several fun individual scenes and as one would hope. some great music from such luminaries as Tom Jones, BTO and The Ramones (Joey had a bit part in Roadkill). No Dylan or Johnson though - probably too expensive for this low budget production. Overall for me worth seeing but only just.

40. Picture Claire (2001)

I had no expectations for this at all and that might have been a good thing, as I was really pleasantly surprised by this noirish fish-out-of-water/mistaken identity crime pic. Juliette Lewis is the titular Claire, a Montréal native who speaks no English whatsoever, who is forced to leave her apartment after it's burned down (why and by whom we'll learn later), travelling to Toronto to meet up with a guy who it seems is a boyfriend. When she gets to his apartment though he's not around, and she soon finds out that he's not really waiting for her; meanwhile she's also being mistaken for a similar-looking young woman (Gina Gerson) who's just committed a very violent crime. Modern noir, in the USA or Canada at least, tends to follow one of two major influences from what I've seen - David Lynch weirdness and narrative complexity, or Quentin Tarantino violence and snappy dialogue (and also sometimes some narrative tricks). With it's split screens and an uneasy opening I thought at first this was going to go more in the Lynchian mode but it really ends up being much closer to QT's wheelhouse in the end. There are plenty of little plot twists and turns and I love the wave McDonald uses the physical landscape of the city - the feel of back allies, bright boulevards and big old apartments is more palpable here than in most films of this type, in this day. Lewis is surprisingly good and believable in her part - no idea if she studied French or grew up speaking it, but having spent a lot of time around native Montréalers I'd say she does better than I'd expect a native Californian here; there's a bit where she's talking to herself ans slouching along actually where she totally reminds me of my sister-in-law who's from Québec, and Gerson and the rest of the cast, including Callum Keith Rennie in the most Tarantinoesque role, and Mickey Rourke in a short but memorable bit, are all fine as well. Not a great film or anything and certainly nothing all that new apart from it's language subplot (part of the reason the story gets more complicated being that Claire keeps making strange choices because she doesn't understand what's going on), but it kept me interested for sure.


That's all for me, thanks for hosting again Ferg!

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Post by Fergenaprido » August 4th, 2020, 7:41 am

Sorry, forgot to update over the weekend. Just did it now. Y'all have about another 24 hours to doublecheck my counting and post any final updates, then I'll lock in the official results so they can be added to the overall scoreboards.

P.S. Curse you for your last minute surge, OldAle! :P But well done.
P.P.S. Sol, I though I had tied you in the bonus challenge, but then I found a mistake in my math. I've doublechecked, but you may want to check as well that I've got us both correct.

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Post by sol » August 5th, 2020, 10:56 am

Fergenaprido wrote:
August 4th, 2020, 7:41 am
Sorry, forgot to update over the weekend. Just did it now. Y'all have about another 24 hours to doublecheck my counting and post any final updates, then I'll lock in the official results so they can be added to the overall scoreboards.

P.S. Curse you for your last minute surge, OldAle! :P But well done.
P.P.S. Sol, I though I had tied you in the bonus challenge, but then I found a mistake in my math. I've doublechecked, but you may want to check as well that I've got us both correct.
Not going to double check your score, but you're right about my points in the Bonus Challenge. Well done for besting me with less than a third of my total viewings. :blink:

I have already entered in the final data from the other two Challenges, so when you wrap this one up, I'll enter in your data also and it should only be a matter of minutes before I can present an updated overall Challenge leaderboard for the end of July. :thumbsup:
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Post by Fergenaprido » August 5th, 2020, 12:44 pm

sol wrote:
August 5th, 2020, 10:56 am
Fergenaprido wrote:
August 4th, 2020, 7:41 am
Sorry, forgot to update over the weekend. Just did it now. Y'all have about another 24 hours to doublecheck my counting and post any final updates, then I'll lock in the official results so they can be added to the overall scoreboards.

P.S. Curse you for your last minute surge, OldAle! :P But well done.
P.P.S. Sol, I though I had tied you in the bonus challenge, but then I found a mistake in my math. I've doublechecked, but you may want to check as well that I've got us both correct.
Not going to double check your score, but you're right about my points in the Bonus Challenge. Well done for besting me with less than a third of my total viewings. :blink:

I have already entered in the final data from the other two Challenges, so when you wrap this one up, I'll enter in your data also and it should only be a matter of minutes before I can present an updated overall Challenge leaderboard for the end of July. :thumbsup:
Haha! Strategic viewing on my part, and I wasn't participating in any of the other challenges, so I could devote more time to figuring out which films to watch to get the most bonus points. Plus, I couldn't let you win the whole thing on your own again. :P Still, a 3-time champion is quite the feat, especially for an Aussie on a Canuck challenge!

Well, no one's posted since my lat update, and the deadline has passed, so you can take the results in the OP as official. I don't have the gumption right now to make a wrap-up post with fun commentary and stats, but I'll try to do one at the end of the week after I've finished posting most of the Unofficial Checks poll results and watched the two WC films for this match.

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Post by sol » August 5th, 2020, 1:00 pm

Fergenaprido wrote:
August 5th, 2020, 12:44 pm
I couldn't let you win the whole thing on your own again. :P Still, a 3-time champion is quite the feat, especially for an Aussie on a Canuck challenge!
True. :lol: Also, this is the first time that I ever crested over 100 viewings in one Challenge. If I was ever going to do that, it would either be for Horror or Canada, and as it so happened, this ended up mostly being a Canadian horror challenge for me. :ph43r: I was having the time of my life. :D
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Well, no one's posted since my lat update, and the deadline has passed, so you can take the results in the OP as official.
Thanks. I'll work on plugging those results in soon.

And speaking of gumption (or patience?), I would try to work out if I managed to see the highest number of films for each province too, if only I had more spare time to calculate that...
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August 5th, 2020, 1:00 pm
And speaking of gumption (or patience?), I would try to work out if I managed to see the highest number of films for each province too, if only I had more spare time to calculate that...
That's similar to something I was going to do for the stats, so I can add it to my list. Off the top of my head, I think you won most of them outright, but might have tied with some folks for some of the smaller territories or Atlantic provinces.

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Post by Traveller » August 5th, 2020, 3:51 pm

Congrats on the win, sol. :cheers:
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Post by sol » August 6th, 2020, 10:14 am

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August 5th, 2020, 3:51 pm
Congrats on the win, sol. :cheers:
Thanks, Trav.

It wasn't easy this time, and I guess I should thank BBB for motivating me to see 1.5 times as many films as I initially set out to squeeze in. ;) Most of them good too.
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Post by flavo5000 » August 6th, 2020, 9:31 pm

sol wrote:
August 6th, 2020, 10:14 am
Traveller wrote:
August 5th, 2020, 3:51 pm
Congrats on the win, sol. :cheers:
Thanks, Trav.

It wasn't easy this time, and I guess I should thank BBB for motivating me to see 1.5 times as many films as I initially set out to squeeze in. ;) Most of them good too.
Now for the horror challenge I fully expect you to break 200. :circle:

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