The Annual October Horror Movie Watching Thread!!!

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    58) Paranormal Activity

    59) Paranormal Activity 2
     
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    October 1st

    01. Thriller: Well of Doom (1961)


    October 2nd

    02. Thriller: The Ordeal of Dr. Cordell (1961)


    October 3rd

    03. Thriller: Trio for Terror (1961)


    October 4th

    04. Thriller: Papa Benjamin (1961)


    October 5th

    05. Thriller: Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper (1961)


    October 6th

    06. Thriller: The Devil's Ticket (1961)


    October 7th

    07. Thriller: Parasite Mansion (1961)


    October 8th

    08. Thriller: Mr. George (1961)


    October 9th

    09. Thriller: The Terror in Teakwood (1961)


    October 10th

    10. Thriller: The Prisoner in the Mirror (1961)


    October 11th

    11. Thriller: Dark Legacy (1961)


    October 12th

    12. The Black Cat (1934)


    October 13th

    13. The Raven (1935)


    October 14th

    14. Dracula (1931)


    October 15th

    15. Frankenstein (1931)


    October 16th

    16. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)


    October 17th

    17. Son of Frankenstein (1939)


    October 18th

    18. Ghost of Frankenstein (1942)


    October 19th

    19. The Wolf Man (1941)


    October 20th

    20. Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man (1943)


    October 21st

    21. House Of Frankenstein (1944)


    October 22nd

    22. I Bury the Living (1958)
    23. Night of the Living Dead (1968)


    October 23rd

    24. The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue (1974) Blu


    October 24th

    25. Dawn of the Dead (1978) [Extended Version]


    October 25th

    26. The Return of the Living Dead (1985) Blu
    27. Planet Terror (2007) Blu


    October 26th

    28. The Crazies (1973)


    October 27th

    29. The Shining (1980) Blu


    October 28th

    30. Hatchet (2006) Blu
    31. Hatchet II (2010) Blu
     
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    The Mask (1961) Rating: 3.5/5
     
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    Friday the 13th (1980)
    Friday the 13th, Part 2 (1981)
    Friday the 13th, Part 3 (1982)
    Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984)
    Friday the 13th, Part V: A New Beginning (1985)
    Friday the 13th, Part VI: Jason Lives (1986)
    Friday the 13th, Part VII: The New Blood (1988)
    Friday the 13th, Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989)
    Jason Goes To Hell (1993)
    Jason X (2002)
    Friday the 13th (2009)
     
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    Don't Go In the House (1980)
     
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    Tuesday, October 25th, 2011:
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    Carnival of Souls (1962)
    Cult classic worthy of its legendary status starring the hypnotically beautiful Candace Hilligoss as the lone survivor of a car accident. Taking a job in Utah as a church organist, strange things begin creeping into her life with frightening visions of a ghoulish man and his fiends constantly haunting her, driving her further into madness. This is just a fantastic film, perfect in its sparse simplicity.

    The count so far...
    01. Scalps (1983)
    02. They Came from Beyond Space (1967)
    03. Galaxy of Terror (1981)
    04. The Last House on the Left (1972)
    05. Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla (1952)
    06. The Child (1977)
    07. The Green Slime (1968)
    08. Zombieland (2009)
    09. Tokyo Gore Police (2008)
    10. Bloody Moon (1981)
    11. The Legend of Boggy Creek (1972)
    12. The Incubus (1982)
    13. Sleepy Hollow (1999)
    14. Countess Dracula (1971)
    15. Revolt of the Zombies (1936)
    16. Carnival of Souls (1962)
     
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    Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy (1955) :troll::troll::troll::troll::joshua:
    Gives a peak at the Mummy action early on but then there's hardly any at all during the middle, this still is one of my all time favorite outings from our boys. The routines are classic and more of the vaudeville variety than is normally sprinkled into the horror spoofs. Being Abbott and Costaello's last horror venture it's often cited as the worst so it's very underrated.

    Plus that snake woman at the end is probably the first time as a kid I "got" what all the attraction was of men for women.
     
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    Night of the Creeps (1986) ***

    02.10.2011
    The Stepford Wives (1975) ***

    03.10.2011
    Stagefright (1987) **

    04.10.2011
    Night of the Living Dead (1990) ***

    05.10.2011
    Baron Blood (1972?) *

    0610.2011
    Shivers (1975) ***

    07.10.2011
    Targets (1968) ***

    08.10.2011
    Psycho 2 (1983) ***
    Psycho 3 (1986) ***
    Psycho IV (1990) *

    09.10.2011
    Inferno (1980) ***

    10.10.2011
    Hellraiser (1987) **

    11.10.2011
    Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986) ***

    12.10.2011
    Opera (1987) ***

    13.20.2011
    The Prowler (1981) ***

    14.10.2011
    Dracula (1931) **

    15.10.2011
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    16.10.2011
    American Werewolf in London (1981) ***
    Eyes Without A Face (1959)***

    17.10.2011
    Vamp (1986) * I'd have to think hard to say what to like about this movie... Maybe Grace Jones' dance number, and the guy from Nightmare on Elm Street 2 is kinda hot. And the cast is likeable, but the movie is just boring... From Dusk Till Dawn makes the same premise more entertaining, although I prefer Grace over Salma... and Tom Savini over albino guy...

    18.10.2011
    Lisa And The Devil ** Spooky/surreal opening--ever gotten lost in a foreign country? well, it's a horrible experience!--and some awesome necrophilia/ghost interaction. The perfect piece to continue with my Alida Valli fetish I got going on this month, although this one gets a little too soap-operish in the mid section.

    19.10.2011
    Flesh For Frankenstein (1974)***Who do I have to kill to see this one in 3-D? Insane gore, story, romantic setting, a whorehouse and wild eroticism in a castle, with brilliant performances by Udo Kier and Joe Dallesandro, and that read headed girl from those 70s eurohorror films is always fun to watch. Blood for Dracula has all that great melancholic dissertations but this one is downright entertaining!

    20.10.2011
    Apollo 18 (2011) **Just released in cinemas in my country. Nice to see the space setting for a change--I'm already tired of haunted hauses--it's really scary, even if the ending lacks any tension. Cool music and tunes selection. It was also great to see those Cold War days readressed.
    Creature From The Haunted Sea (1961)***What's not to like? Animated intro-opening credits, Cuban soldiers, spies, criminals, evil ladies, nice built guys swimming underwater, a girl called Mango, love at first sight, a ridiculous finale and that weird-eyed monster! An instant favorite of mine, hehe.

    21.10.2011
    Los 7 Días Del Asesino/Cannibal Man (1972)***Incredibly misleading title in English. At first I thought it was a commentary on the working classes of early 70s Spain, but then the corpses start piling. Wonderful film, albeit a little depressing, and the slaughter house footage is always though to watch. Wish my region 4 had the spanish language version, since the dubbing is lame.
    Motel Hell (1980)*Pfff... a movie I try too hard to like. Yes, pighead with chainsaw is iconic, and some of the humor is greatly morbid--like when they scare those annoying little girls in the slaughterhouse or the S&M couple--, some of the killings are pretty suspenseful, and Ida is, well, unforgettable, the movie kind of kills my brain cells with that pseudo love triangle. Maybe some script polishing would have helped, or an Evil Dead II-like remake.

    22.10.2011
    Deranged (1974)***Great film, with the hilarious on camera narrator, the tragic, sensationalist narration, that creepy and fugly mother character... The clothings, the dialogue, it's a 70s kitsch dream come true. Pink Flamingos meets The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. When it's funny it's hilarious and when it's scary it really freaks out, with all those hillbilly characters.

    23.10.2011
    Phantasm (1979)**Don't know why everybody likes this one. For me it's a little childish, although the plot seemed to have a different meaning now that I saw it as an older person. Maybe it talks about how we perceive death as kids? Don't know, I just haven't really gotten into this film, even though I love all the extras in that old SpEd MGM dvd.
     
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    The Dunwich Horror (1970) Rating: 3/5 | Wicked, Wicked (in Anamorphic Duo-Vision) (1973) Rating: 4/5
     
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    10.28.11
    The Brotherhood Of Satan VHS
    Dracula: Dead And Loving It Netflix
     
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    October 1st

    01. Thriller: Well of Doom (1961)


    October 2nd

    02. Thriller: The Ordeal of Dr. Cordell (1961)


    October 3rd

    03. Thriller: Trio for Terror (1961)


    October 4th

    04. Thriller: Papa Benjamin (1961)


    October 5th

    05. Thriller: Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper (1961)


    October 6th

    06. Thriller: The Devil's Ticket (1961)


    October 7th

    07. Thriller: Parasite Mansion (1961)


    October 8th

    08. Thriller: Mr. George (1961)


    October 9th

    09. Thriller: The Terror in Teakwood (1961)


    October 10th

    10. Thriller: The Prisoner in the Mirror (1961)


    October 11th

    11. Thriller: Dark Legacy (1961)


    October 12th

    12. The Black Cat (1934)


    October 13th

    13. The Raven (1935)


    October 14th

    14. Dracula (1931)


    October 15th

    15. Frankenstein (1931)


    October 16th

    16. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)


    October 17th

    17. Son of Frankenstein (1939)


    October 18th

    18. Ghost of Frankenstein (1942)


    October 19th

    19. The Wolf Man (1941)


    October 20th

    20. Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man (1943)


    October 21st

    21. House Of Frankenstein (1944)


    October 22nd

    22. I Bury the Living (1958)
    23. Night of the Living Dead (1968)


    October 23rd

    24. The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue (1974) Blu


    October 24th

    25. Dawn of the Dead (1978) [Extended Version]


    October 25th

    26. The Return of the Living Dead (1985) Blu
    27. Planet Terror (2007) Blu


    October 26th

    28. The Crazies (1973)


    October 27th

    29. The Shining (1980) Blu


    October 28th

    30. Hatchet (2006) Blu
    31. Hatchet II (2010) Blu


    October 29th

    32. Creepshow (1982)
     
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    49. Final Destination--I get the impression I'm the last horror diehard to see any of the films in this series. I enjoyed my first viewing of the original. Intricacy of death scenes provides a real shot in the arm--and the better ones made me smile with approval. But attempts to generate emotional involvement aren't as effective. A good popcorn horror flick to watch with friends.

    50. Final Destination 2--Further exaggerates the strengths and weaknesses of the formula. Death scenes might be even better. And seems aware enough of the shallowness of the formula that it doesn't try as hard to succeed on a dramatic level. Still fun. But by the end there's a definite sense of been there, done that.

    10/25

    51. The Walking Dead: Season 2 Episode 2--Another week, another dip in my interest level. Seems more cliched and predictable with each passing episode. This episode includes a superficial, tiresome, and over-familiar meditation on race relations and the continuation of the threadbare children in jeopardy subplot. And characters continue to become less sympathetic and more irritating. Unless something substantially changes in episode 3 I've reached the end of the line.

    52. Bubba Ho-Tep--Ridiculous premise surprisingly results in an emotionally resonant and hugely satisfying film. Slumming Ossie Davis seems to be having a great time as as JFK. And Bruce Campbell has never been better. He makes the aging King of Rock 'N' Roll a truly sympathetic and admirable figure--the kind of man we all hoped he'd become before that terrible day in August 1977. Features lots of laughs and the expected campy humor. But always takes its characters seriously and gracefully addresses adult themes like aging and regret. Score is another huge plus--particularly in some quiet, poignant moments. Too bad Campbell and Coscarelli couldn't settle their creative differences about Bubba Nosferatu.

    10/26

    53. A Nightmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master--Holy 80s! Uninspired sequel features a decent resurrection scene and a whole lot of unintentional humor--with the Karate Kid musical montage a hilariously misguided moment. Not terrible. But overly frantic and motivated more by dollar signs than creative inspiration. Obvious influence of MTV is another minus. Pure product and easily one of the worst films in the series.

    54. Stan Helsing--Genre parody runs out of gas before the finish line. But the first 45 minutes is a lot of fun--with Chucky's first appearance a highlight. The four leads show good chemistry and comic timing--and the ladies (Diora Baird especially) are easy on the eyes. Definitely has more than its share of gags that fizzle. Still worth a watch in my opinion.

    10/27

    55. Zombie--Finally connected with me after 2 prior viewings that left me scratching my head. This time I ignored the lousy dubbing, lack of interesting or sympathetic characters, and dramatic ineptitude and focused on the frequently awesome zombie action. And that approach made all the difference. Features a lot of "that was cool!" moments. And driving score is moody and effective. Gore and makeup effects have been justifiably praised. A good choice to watch with friends and booze.

    56. The Brood--Typically original Cronenberg film is a wild ride. Art Hindle is as emotionally icy as ever. But sheer weirdness of the narrative and sudden eruptions of violence make for an intriguing mystery. Score effectively straddles the line between melodramatic and atmospheric. And Oliver Reed does very well as the doctor who knows more than he's letting on. A film I want to watch again soon. Highly recommended.

    57. The Night Strangler--2nd Kolchak TV movie is fun--but a big step down from The Night Stalker. Producer Dan Curtis took the directorial reigns for this follow-up. And John Llewellyn Moxey's classy stylings are really missed. Often plays like a sitcom where everyone is trying too hard. Even McGavin seems to be mugging for the camera on occasion. And although the story has superficial differences it's almost similar enough to qualify as a remake. Still worth a look if you enjoy Carl Kolchak.

    10/28

    58. Ginger Snaps--Female-centric werewolf film brings a lot of new ideas to the table. Very entertaining on the surface--with plenty of subtext about female maturation for those who are interested. Frequent graphic references to the female curse may make some male viewers queasy. Grounded by strong lead performances by Emily Perkins and Katherine Isabel and a quality script that immediately establishes their characters. And Mimi Rogers is a treat as a the clueless and frequently perplexed mother. Practical effects get the job done but won't wow anyone. A good film that holds up well to repeat viewings.

    59. The Sentinel--Outrageously overqualified supporting cast, strong conclusion, and one superior midsection shock make this one worth a watch. But long stretches are less than arresting and leads Chris Sarandon and Christina Raines aren't as good as their distinguished co-stars. Sarandon is obviously attempting to underplay his emotionally reserved character. But it comes off as somnambulant. Where's the charisma he showed in other genre films like Fright Night and Child's Play?
     
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    Saturday, October 29th, 2011:
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    The Gingerdead Man (2005)
    An executed killer (played by Gary Busey) is reincarnated as an evil cookie. Not great but not as bad as it sounds. The cookie hand puppet was pretty cheesy but had a certain charm about it.

    The count so far...
    01. Scalps (1983)
    02. They Came from Beyond Space (1967)
    03. Galaxy of Terror (1981)
    04. The Last House on the Left (1972)
    05. Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla (1952)
    06. The Child (1977)
    07. The Green Slime (1968)
    08. Zombieland (2009)
    09. Tokyo Gore Police (2008)
    10. Bloody Moon (1981)
    11. The Legend of Boggy Creek (1972)
    12. The Incubus (1982)
    13. Sleepy Hollow (1999)
    14. Countess Dracula (1971)
    15. Revolt of the Zombies (1936)
    16. Carnival of Souls (1962)
    17. The Gingerdead Man (2005)
     
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    60) Paranormal Activity 3: Another great addition to one of my favorite franchises. Now I don't think this is as good as the previous two, but this was worth it, and as creepy and tension filled the final scene is, it leaves so many questions unanswered. If you were not a fan of the series before hand, this won't change your mind. (7.5/10)

    61) Trick R Treat

    62) Creepshow
     
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    Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981)
    Dead Birds (2005)
    Wes Craven's The People Under The Stairs (1991)
     
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    There, done. Revelation was bad, although not as bad as 666 (my least favorite of the series). The remake was fairly pointless, both in terms of its existence as a remake, and in terms of the story (or lack thereof) that it had to tell. Genesis was strangely watchable, despite the fact that I fail to see (outside of the prologue sequence) how it relates to the children of the corn. In fact, it even had one of the most effectively surprising scenes in the series. The scene with the policeman outside the barn actually made me sit up and go "whoa!"

    So after the entire exercise, I would rate the sequels from best to worst:

    Part IV - The Gathering
    Part III - Urban Harvest
    Part V - Fields of Terror
    Part VIII - Genesis
    Part VII - Revelation
    The Remake
    Part II - The Final Sacrifice
    Part 666 - Isaac's Return

    If I had to stick the original in there, I'd probably put it after Part III, but before Part V.
     
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    Funeral Home (1980)
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    House of Death (1981)
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    Halloween (1978)
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    Halloween II (1981)
     
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    The Dead (2011) - Starts off really well with lots of tension and a cool concept but basically giving away the ending of the movie at the beginning, using the same situations over and over again, things happening way too conveniently, stilted dialog and characters doing completely stupid things, took a lot of the good will that this film built up away. On the plus side, as I said, the first half is pretty tense, there's some nice gore, scenery and I liked the score. Not bad, just disappointing after the start.

    Island Of Lost Souls (1932) - The fellow who played Dr. Moreau was spectacularly entertaining, as was the rest of this movie. Some decent make up. It sometimes surprises me what film makers managed to pull off waaaay back in the early days.
     
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    Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings (2011) - It starts off with some gore. Then a good chunk of nudity. They have actual American/Canadian actors rather than Eastern Europeans with dubbed English. The soon-to-be victims end up in a suitably creepy place. I'm actually thinking that maybe they managed to resurrect the series, the first half was actually a lot of fun. Too bad there was a second half. The acting got worse. The characters got stupid and there was no consistency with them. There was some torture porn. The movie started to drag a bit...ya know this wasn't absolutely horrible. It was a thousand times better than part three but it just lost it's way half way through the movie.

    The Evil Dead
    - OK I'm going to admit something. I don't really like this movie. I didn't grow up with it. I frickin' hate the voices of the demon possessed people. So grating on my nerves. By the time I get to the hour mark of this movie I just want to fast forward to the end.

    The Hills Have Eyes II
    - Well you really don't need to watch the first film because it seems half of that film makes up half of the run time of part 2. The actual new footage is entertaining enough. Michael Berryman is back. So is Beast. It's light entertainment. Nothing more.

    So....Outside The Cinema, a podcast I listen to has this horror fest every year called the Halloween Throwdown. They do it online and this year I was finally able to take part. I missed the first couple of flicks due to familial obligations but I caught four of them. It's pretty fun. You watch some "bad" movies and chat about them in the chat room. Makes some of the movies watchable. Anyway, here's the ones I saw:


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    Jurassic Park (1993) BD

    Though not horror but there is enough stuff that could qualify as horror in Spielberg's Jurassic Park. Fun and thrilling creature feature that looks and sounds great on Blu-ray.
    5/5

    Bride of Re-Animator (1990)

    Decent sequel, fun f/x. 4/5

    Innocent Blood
    (1992)

    With a little more polish this could have been a classic. Still entertaining enough, with at times nasty f/x. Such a shame this never got a good R1 DVD or Blu-ray release yet. 4/5


     
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