The Annual October Horror Movie Watching Thread!!!

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  1. Silent Noize

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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)


    October 30th

    33. House of 1000 Corpses (2003) Blu


    October 31st

    34. Halloween (1978)
    35. Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)
     
  2. Gore Lunatic

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    10.30.11
    The Devil Within Her DVD
    Nightmare DVD
    Tenebre DVD
     
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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) *

    18.10.2011
    Lisa And The Devil **

    19.10.2011
    Flesh For Frankenstein (1974)***

    20.10.2011
    Apollo 18 (2011) **
    Creature From The Haunted Sea (1961)***

    21.10.2011
    Los 7 Días Del Asesino/Cannibal Man (1972)***
    Motel Hell (1980)*

    22.10.2011
    Deranged (1974)***

    23.10.2011
    Phantasm (1979)**

    24.10.2011
    The Howling (1981)*** What a beatiful film to watch, with all those hazy colors and the sleazy urban opening! Excellent score, tongue-in-cheek humor and classy performances, Dee Wallace and that Terry character steal the film, and that scene in DR. Quist's office always creeps me out!

    25.10.2011
    Onibaba (1965) *** Intense, sexually charged, drum-driven Japanese horror. I like this film more every time that I watch it, and that damn mask is scary as hell.

    26.10.2011
    Night Of The Living Dead (1968)*** Uh... been watching this film since I can remember, so I dindn't pay much attention this time around. Love the opening cemetery scene, so classic.

    27.10.2011
    Return Of The Living Dead (1985)<3 One of my top-5 films ever! Linnea Quiggley in her most charming character, great dumb attitude filled one-liners ("I like it, it's a statement."), zombies, gore, punk-psychobilly tunes, electro80s spooky film score and even Clu Galager turns out to be liekeable (being the most hateable human being in Elm Street 2 only proves what a great actor he is).

    28.10.2011
    Halloween 4 (1988)*** Orphan Jamie always brings tears to the eyes. Nice built, suspense ladden quasi remake of the first one, only this time a child actor is in the lead. Despite the horrid hairstyles the film is quite enjoyable, and it all leads to that awesome roof sequence.

    29.10.2011
    Halloween 5 (1989)***Always have had a soft spot for part 5s. If orphan Jamie brings tears to the eyes, mute Jamie is sure to break everyones' hearts. There's some strangeness about it that I find addictive. On the one hand it seems like a zero budget amateur slasher with a plot that makes no logical sense whatsoever but then it has all those scary scenes and deep emotional moments. The highlight of the film is the Tina-Jamie relationship, with all the dilemmas of being young and wanting to party and do grown up stuff, and at the same time wanting to take care of a child. There's also the car chase, which it's so vicious it seems almost illegal, and the mexican-mafia-style ending always gives me the creeps! Danielle Harris has this natural charm, but Wendy Kaplan is waaay underrated, the two carry the film greatly.

    30.10.2011
    It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966) <3 Another all-time favorite. Try to watch it every 31st but it seemed nice on Sunday, after all the booze and all the partying, hehe.
     
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    My October list....

    1) TORSO
    2) THE UNBORN (2003)
    3) CHILDREN OF THE CORN 4: The Gathering
    4) SCREAM 4
    5) MIDNIGHT BALLAD OF GHOST THEATER
    6) BASKET CASE
    7) BLOOD FEAST
    8) BLACK HOUSE
    9) KILLING MACHINE
    10) AMER
    11) THE BOOTH
    12) THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE 2 (Full Sequence)
    13) QUIET FAMILY
    14) MOON CHILD
    15) INSIDIOUS
    16) MR. BOOGEDY
    17) BRIDE OF BOOGEDY
    18) GORILLA AT LARGE
    19) SON OF DRACULA (1974)
    20) APARTMENT 1303
    21) SUPER 8
    22) VAMPIRE HUNTER D: Bloodlust
    23) BIG BAD WOLF
    24) THE WOMAN IN BLACK (1989)

    was a more unusual selection for October than I'm used to but a few of these were excellent films.... On to November!
     
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    Mystery Science Theater 3000: "Manos" The Hands of Fate (1966) :joshua::joshua::joshua::joshua::joshua:
    One of the genius things about this riffing is the theme of the place being a hotel. One of the more absurd concepts of this is from the movie itself with Torgo becoming the bell hop. If a stranger knocked on your door, demanded to let their family stay overnight and ordered you to bring in their luggage to a ready room what would you say? I'd say "FUCK OFF!" Torgo just goes along with it! I was also surprised that there are still a few riffs I've haven't remembered. After watching this for over a decade year after year there's still some treats in store.

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    Rifftrax: Plan 9 From Outer Space (1959) :troll::joshua::joshua::joshua::joshua:
    Originally I was disappointed in this riffing but I got much more into it this time. I think the decades of expectation behind "when are they going to do Plan 9" built up too much in my mind. It's no "Manos" but's it's still one of the best.

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    Monsters Crash the Pajama Party (1965) :troll::joshua::joshua::joshua::joshua:
    Not "bad in a good" but "good in a bad way." There's something to be said that "for 1965 this was good enough" and that taps into the same logic which makes Christmas what it is for me. This is more about going back to the roots of a spook show and reliving American history. I enjoy the quaintness of this and watching this is like going rustic for the fun of it not the practicality of it.

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    Frankenstein (1910) :troll::troll::troll::joshua::joshua:
    It occurs to me how almost experimental this really is with its story. Today you could never get away with a lot of the more surreal moments in this. Yet it was immensely popular upon its release. It was also very graphic with the creation of The Monster. Like watching butchering videos in reverse and again very few can stomach such scenes even today in horror.

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    Dracula (1931) :troll::troll::troll::troll::joshua:
    There's been a resurgence in this movie lately with fan edits that return this back to its original cut as scripted. After watching a few and trying to improve it with my own cut I set out to watch it this evening mindful of how the original edit works. The theatrical cut spaces things out a little better I think. There is some redundancy in the script version with a scene happening, and then the next scene character describe the previous scene again. The theatrical cut breaks this up as best it can (there's still one back-to-back scene but it fits nowhere else) and short of re-shoots fixes it as best it can.

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    Frankenstein (1931) :troll::troll::troll::troll::troll:
    I noticed that structurally Frankenstein reverses the trend of Dracula, instead characters talk about what they're going to do and then the next scene shows them doing it. While at face value this is repetitive, Frankenstein has the character's plans falling apart as the very next thing. A very brief example of this is when the fiancee and grandfather visit Frankenstein at the lab. The professor makes a point to leave them together alone, but the instant those three are alone Frankenstein collapses and the professor is called up to help. The fact that screen time was devoted to something that seconds later is reverse annoyed me as wasting time but I've come to appreciate its subtle constancy in this regard.

    Unfortunately I was resting my eyes during parts of Frankenstein and had to relent on watching The Bride of Frankenstein to finish off the night.
     
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    saw this at The Revue Cinema with some friends this evening. One friend had never seen it before, and his reaction to the shark vs. zombie scene was priceless. The eye/splinter scene also got a huge response from the crowd. Unfortunate that it was digital, as an actual vintage print would have been so much more appropriate (i saw city of the living dead on a beat to hell print with burned in german subtitles and it was one of the best theater experiences ever), but seeing it with a large audience, and blown up to that size was still a huge treat.
     
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    65) Troll 2: Some movies live around all the hype and fail to deliver. Troll 2 manages to meet the challenge. Truly an odd, ridiculous, over the ride from start to finish. Now whether it deserves the title "Best Worst Movie" is subjective, it has enough insanity to keep you interested. Definitely one film that needs to be seen to be believed. (7/10)

    66) Atrocious: A fast paced, entertaining piece of cinema-verite. The run time could of been stretched a little be to give it more depth, but I had to much fun with it to complain. (7.5/10)

    67) Mad Monster Party: quirky and a bit out dated, but entertaining as far as kid movies go. Boris Karloff is charming as always, and the animation and music is what you would expect from a 1960's movie. (7/10)
     
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    October 31st Horror Movie Marathon:
    1)Burial Ground
    2)The Beast Within
    3)Girls Nite Out
    4)The Unseen
    5)Splatter University
    6)Ginger Snaps
    7)Dawn of the Dead
    8)Hell Night
    9)The Dorm That Dripped Blood
    10)Scream 4
    +bonus Halloween feature:
    11)Halloween H20
    This time around I thought of some killer-in-campus theme, with some gore classics I had yet to see. Most are first time viewings, except for Scream 4, which I've been watching like once every two weeks, and Ginger Snaps and H20, which I hadn't checked in like 8 years. Guess I'll be finished by 4am.
     
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    October 31st:

    Carrie (1976)
    Poltergeist (1982)
    The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
    Psycho (1960)
    The Shining (1980)

    WWE Monday Night Raw- 10/31/11

    TOTAL MOVIES WATCHED: 139
     
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    10/31 #49

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    Jurassic Park III (2001) BD

    This is actually a pretty good sequel, though missing the Spielberg "magic"
    but still entertaining enough. 4/5

    Darkman
    (1990)
    BD

    Not really horror but it has all the typical wild Raimi ingredients. Over-the-top greatness. 4.5/5

    Candyman
    (1992) BD

    Looking and sounding pretty good on Blu-ray
    . Todd's voice is booming and Madsen's eyes are more clearer and sharper than ever. 5/5

    Halloween
    (1978) BD

    Had to flip a coin. It was either this or Season of the Witch. 5/5

     
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    I watched bits and pieces of tons of movies off of TV, but i'm only counting the ones I sat through beginning to end.

    10/1-Blood Feast (1963) 3.5/5
    10/3-The Unnamable (1988) 3.5/5
    10/4-Two Thousand Maniacs! (1964) 2.5/5
    10/6-The Wizard Of Gore (1970) 2.5/5
    10/8-Boxing Helena (1993) 3.5/5
    10/11-Pontypool (2008) 3.5/5
    10/18-Dream Home (2010) 4/5
    10/21-Zombie (1979) 4/5 ....In theaters!
    10/24-Dementia 13 (1963) 3/5
    10/25-The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) 5/5
    10/27-The Woman (2011) 4/5
    10/29-Lady In White (1988) 4/5

    10/31-Trick 'r Treat (2007) 4.5/5

    Total=13


    I blame Arkham city!
     
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    Hardware, 2-Disc Special Edition
     
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    Summing up my October viewings in numbers:

    49 movies watched
    28 DVDs watched
    21 blu-rays watched
    19 movies from the 80s
    13 movies from the 90s
    11 movies first time on blu-ray viewing
    11 slashers
    8 movies from the 70s
    8 movies from the 00s
    8 movies featuring zombies
    7 sequels watched
    6 movies featuring ghosts
    3 movies featuring infected
    2 movies featuring vampires
    2 remakes
    2 first time viewings
    2 movie featuring aliens
    1 movie from the 01s
    0 movies featuring werewolves :(
     
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    10.31.11
    The Amityville Horror 1979 Blu-ray
    The Omen 1976 Blu-ray
    Rosemary's Baby DVD
    Tales From The Crypt DVD
    The House By The Cemetery Blu-ray
    City Of The Living Dead Blu-ray
    The Beyond DVD
    Zombie Blu-ray

    TOTAL FILMS: 116


    My House by the Cemetery and Zombie blu-rays (along with Night of the Demon dvd) finally arrived at the last minute so I decided to change my viewings for the rest of the day/night and make it an all Fulci Halloween :).
     
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    Oct 1: Halloween (1978)
    Oct 1: Halloween II (1981)
    Oct 1: Terror in the Aisles (1984)
    Oct 2: Masque of the Red Death (1964)
    Oct 2: The Haunted Palace (1963)
    Oct 2: The Oblong Box (1969)
    Oct 3: Kolchak: The Night Stalker "The Energy Eater" (1974)
    Oct 3: Kolchak: The Night Stalker "Horror in the Heights" (1974)
    Oct 3: Kolchak: The Night Stalker "The Spanish Moss Murders" (1974)
    Oct 4: Lady Frankenstein (1971)
    Oct 4: The Velvet Vampire (1971)
    Oct 5: The Invisible Man (1933)
    Oct 5: Frankenstein (1931)
    Oct 6: The Wolf Man (1941)
    Oct 6: Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943)
    Oct 7: Horror of Dracula (1958)
    Oct 7: The Mummy (1959)
    Oct 8: The Curse of Frankenstein (1957)
    Oct 8: Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969)
    Oct 9: Rituals (1977)
    Oct 9: Just Before Dawn (1981)
    Oct 9: Grotesque (1988)
    Oct 10: Rosemary's Baby (1968)
    Oct 10: The Devil Within Her (1975)
    Oct 12: Sugar Hill (1974)
    Oct 13: Vengeance of the Zombies (1973)
    Oct 13: Night of the Werewolf (1980)
    Oct 14: Day of the Dead (1985)
    Oct 15: Torture Garden (1967)
    Oct 15: Vault of Horror (1973)
    Oct 16: Insidious (2011)
    Oct 16: Hell Night (1981)
    Oct 17: The Three Stooges "The Ghost Talks" (1949)
    Oct 17: The Three Stooges "Who Done It?" (1949)
    Oct 17: The Three Stooges "Spook Louder" (1943)
    Oct 17: The Three Stooges "If a Body Meets a Body" (1945)
    Oct 17: The Three Stooges "We Want Our Mummy" (1939)
    Oct 18: Thriller "Well of Doom" (1961)
    Oct 18: Thriller "The Devil's Ticket" (1961)
    Oct 19: Messiah of Evil (1973)
    Oct 19: Shock Waves (1977)
    Oct 20: Time Walker (1982)
    Oct 20: The Dark (1979)
    Oct 21: Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981)
    Oct 21: Doctor Death: Seeker of Souls (1973)
    Oct 22: House of the Devil (2009)
    Oct 23: The Haunting (1963)
    Oct 23: The Legend of Hell House (1973)
    Oct 24: Vampire Circus (1972)
    Oct 25: Nightmares & Dreamscapes "Battleground" (2006)
    Oct 26: The Fog (1980)
    Oct 29: Trick 'r Treat (2007)
    Oct 29: Creepshow (1982)
    Oct 30: Night Gallery (pilot) (1969)
    Oct 30: Night Gallery "A Question of Fear" (1971)
    Oct 30: The Dunwich Horror (1970)
    Oct 31: The Shining (1980)
    Oct 31: Carnival of Souls (1962)
     
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    Straight Jacket (1982) Rating: 2.5/5

    October 30th

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    Frankenhooker (1990) Rating: 3.5/5

    October 31st

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    Tales of Terror (1990) Rating: 3/5
     
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    These are the films i've watched over the past few weeks.

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    Just to review, the Orange text are first time viewing.

    10/1- Blood & Donuts (5/10)/Elvira Mistress Of The Dark/The Initiation
    10/2- Cold Fish (7/10)
    10/3- R-Point (7/10)/Kaidan (6/10)
    10/4- Inferno/Don't Torture A Duckling (7.5/10)
    10/5- Scream/Scream 4 (7.5/10)
    10/6- From A Whisper To A Scream (5/10)/Theater Of Blood (6/10)
    10/7- Deranged (7/10)/Death Dream (8/10)
    10/8- Phase 7 (7/10)/Sheitan (7/10)
    10/9- Vampire Circus (6/10)
    10/10- The Hazing (5/10)/Dolls (6/10)
    10/11- Edge Of Sanity (7/10)/Raw Meat (6/10)
    10/12- Monster Dog (5/10)/Beast Within (7/10)
    10/13- The Legend Of Hell House (7.5/10)/The Caller (8/10)
    10/14- The Red Shoes (2005) (6.5/10)
    10/15- Burn Witch Burn (6/10)
    10/16- Vampyr (7/10)/The Bad Seed (8.5/10)
    10/17- Frankenstein Unbound (6/10)/The Dead Hate The Living (7/10)/Zombie Diaries 2 (6/10)
    10/18- Cronos (8/10)/Hour Of The Wolf (8/10)
    10/19- Psycho (1960)/The Wolfman (1941)
    10/20- Red State (7/10)/We Are The Night (7/10)
    10/21- The Funhouse/Hostel
    10/22- The Ring/1408
    10/23- Night Of The Living Dead (1968)/Dawn Of The Dead (1978)/Day Of The Dead (1985)
    10/24- Waxwork/Fright Night (1985)/Monster Squad/Night Of The Creeps
    10/25- Basket Case/Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark (1973)
    10/26- Idle Hands/An American Werewolf In London/Return Of The Living Dead
    10/27- Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1973)/Halloween (1978)/Blair Witch Project
    10/28- Paranormal Activity/Paranormal Activity 2
    10/29- Paranormal Activity 3 (7.5/10)/Trick R Treat/Creepshow
    10/30- House Of 1000 Corpses/Evil Dead
    10/31- Troll 2 (7/10)/Atrocious (7.5/10)/Mad Monster Party (7/10)

    Grand total: 67

    Top 10 First Time Viewings
    1) Death Dream
    2) Bad Seed
    3) Cronos
    4) Hour Of The Wolf
    5) The Caller
    6) The Legend Of Hell House
    7) Don't Torture A Duckling
    8) Paranormal Activity 3
    9) Scream 4
    10) Atrocious
     

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