31 Nights of Halloween: 2021 Edition

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  1. Kane52630 >>BATNIPPLES INTENSIFIES<<

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    31 Day Horror Marathon 2021
    Day 1 | Malignant (4/5) (REWATCH)
    Day 2 | Bingo Hell (3.5/5)
    Day 3 | Black as Night (3/5)
    Day 4 | Demonic (2021) (2/5)
    Day 5 | A Classic Horror Story (4/5)
    Day 6 | V/H/S/94 (4/5)
    Day 7 | The Boy Behind the Door (3/5)
    Day 8 | Madres (3/5)
    Day 9 | Lamb (4/5)
    Day 10 | The Manor (1.5/5)
    Day 11 | Ghost of Mars (2/5)
    Day 12 | Halloween (1978) (5/5) (REWATCH)
    Day 13 | Halloween (2018) (4/5) (REWATCH)
    Day 14 | Halloween Kills (3.5/5)
    Day 15 | Halloween III Season of the Witch (5/5) (REWATCH)
    Day 16 | Dracula (1931) (5/5) (REWATCH)
    Day 17 | Dracula (1931 Spanish version) (3.5/5)
    Day 18 | Dracula's Daughter (1936) (4/5)
    Day 19 | Son of Dracula (3/5)
    Day 20 | Dead Silence (4.5/5) (REWATCH)
    Day 21 | Season of the Witch (4/5)
    Day 22 | Southbound (4/5)
     
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    1. 30 Days of Night (7/10)
    2. Ghoulies (1/10), and Ghoulies II (3/10)
    3. Malignant (7/10)
    4. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (7/10)
    5. The Quiet Ones (4/10)
    6. The Witches [1990] (6/10)
    7. The Amityville Horror [1979] (5/10)
    8. Spawn [6/10]
    9. The Evil Dead [1981] (8/10)
    10. The Evil Dead II (8/10)
    11. Army of Darkness (6/10)
    12. The Brood [1979] (6/10)
    13. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning [2006] (5/10)
    14. Saint Maud (6/10)
    15. Halloween Kills (6/10)
    16. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre [2003] (6/10)

    Expectations were low for this, but it was decently entertaining, and had somewhat of a mean streak. I do have to say the lead twentysomething actors were some of the dumbest characters ever though. I mean, I get that you have to turn your brain off for this type of movie, but some of the decisions they made were facepalm-inducing.

    17. The Fog [1980] (8/10)

    I'd say this movie took annoyingly long to get going, but once it did, it was pretty creepy and effective. I feel like most 80s movies can't help but come across as a bit campy today (with very few exceptions), but despite that, this was still pretty scary. This movie also reminded me of Carpenter's The Thing, which I know came out later, but in a way, both movies have a similar vibe. This movie didn't really take advantage of the R rating though and came across a bit tame. Would've liked to see more of what happened to the various folks who got killed off.

    18. IT [1990] (7/10)

    Having seen Tim Curry before (mostly in various 90s movies), gotta say he was pretty dang unrecognizable in his version of Pennywise, and he played the role pretty well. Not a bad movie, and overall pretty solid.

    However, having already seen the two modern movies from 2017 and 2019, I think I'd say they're better movies in a lot of ways. 2017's Chapter One does a better job of connecting you with the kids, and 2019's Chapter Two just felt like a better follow-up and continuation. The modern movies also have better directing, writing, acting, cinematography, musical score, sound design, and IMO a better Pennywise played by Bill Skarsgard. For comparison I'd rate both of the modern movies 8/10.

    19. An American Werewolf in London (8/10)

    After seeing this, I understand why it's considered a cult classic. Very effective creepy atmosphere and still pretty dang scary too. And that transformation scene was awesome! It looked realistically painful.

    20. An American Haunting (7/10)

    Overall a pretty good movie, with very effective cinematography and atmosphere, and the acting not as bad as I would've expected. Main drawback was where the plot ended up going, as it took a drastic left turn towards the end.

    21. Misery (8/10)

    Had heard a lot about this movie and Kathy Bates' character in it, and gotta say it definitely delivered on a level that I haven't seen before. I can see why she won the Oscar for this movie, she was pretty much terrifically and realistically pyschotic. And the rest of the movie wasn't bad either, overall pretty well-made.

    22. Wrong Turn 2 (5/10)

    Eh I think this movie was a fair bit worse than the first Wrong Turn, which I saw a few years ago. It felt like a D movie on a D budget, with acting that could've been a lot better, and sub-plots that could've been improved.
     
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    01. Night of the Living Dead (1968)
    02. Dawn of the Dead: The Argento Cut (1978)
    03. Day of the Dead (1985)
    04. Land of the Dead: Unrated (2005)
    05. Dawn of the Dead: Unrated (2004)
    06. Reptilicus (1961)
    07. Underworld (2003)
    08. Underworld: Evolution (2006)
    09. The Blob (1988)
    10. Kung Fu Zombie (1982)
    11. Kung Fu From Beyond the Grave (1984)
    12. My Bloody Valentine: Unrated (1981)
    13. Scare Package (2019)
    14. Killer Klowns From Outer Space (1988)
    15. From Dusk Till Dawn (1996)
    16. City of the Living Dead (aka The Gates of Hell) (1980)
    17. Carnosaur (1993)
    18. Carnosaur 2 (1995)
    19. Carnosaur 3: Primal Species (1999)

    Sometimes you just need to experience some "Roger Corman Presents" to really both enjoy and regret being a cinephile.
     
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    House on Haunted Hill
    Silly, over the top, and a fun time. 8/10
     
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    The Mist

    After pretty much 10 years of rewatching this, I decided to put on the commentary track by Frank Darabont. It's a lot of pretty straightforward "making of" stuff with some interesting insights of how Frank was able to get away with some of the scenes in the movie.
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    31 Day Horror Marathon 2021
    Day 1 | Malignant (4/5) (REWATCH)
    Day 2 | Bingo Hell (3.5/5)
    Day 3 | Black as Night (3/5)
    Day 4 | Demonic (2021) (2/5)
    Day 5 | A Classic Horror Story (4/5)
    Day 6 | V/H/S/94 (4/5)
    Day 7 | The Boy Behind the Door (3/5)
    Day 8 | Madres (3/5)
    Day 9 | Lamb (4/5)
    Day 10 | The Manor (1.5/5)
    Day 11 | Ghost of Mars (2/5)
    Day 12 | Halloween (1978) (5/5) (REWATCH)
    Day 13 | Halloween (2018) (4/5) (REWATCH)
    Day 14 | Halloween Kills (3.5/5)
    Day 15 | Halloween III Season of the Witch (5/5) (REWATCH)
    Day 16 | Dracula (1931) (5/5) (REWATCH)
    Day 17 | Dracula (1931 Spanish version) (3.5/5)
    Day 18 | Dracula's Daughter (1936) (4/5)
    Day 19 | Son of Dracula (3/5)
    Day 20 | Dead Silence (4.5/5) (REWATCH)
    Day 21 | Season of the Witch (4/5)
    Day 22 | Southbound (4/5)
    Day 23 | The Mist (5/5) (REWATCH)
     
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    31 Nights of Halloween 2021:

    1.Wrong Turn - The Foundation
    2.Awaken The Shadowman
    3.The Elf
    4.Saint(Sint)
    5.Killer Klowns from Outer Space
    6.Sleepy Hollow
    7.The Cleaning Lady
    8.Charlie's Farm
    9.Husk
    10.Blood Creek
    11.Slender Man
    12.Smiley
    13.Friday the 13th(2009)
    14.Halloween(1978)
    15.13 Ghosts
    16.Ghost Ship
    17.Rogue(2007)
    18.My Bloody Valentine 3D
    19.1922
    20.Headless Horseman(2007)
    21.Nosferatu
    22.The Furies
    23.Bram Stoker's Dracula

    Another one of the "classics".
    Its been a long time since i watched the movie and even longer since i read the book, but man was i impressed.
    Visual such a good movie, this gothic vibe is still fantastic.
    And the Cast is incredible.
    At times i want to say its bloated, but i think it manages to walk on the line of that.
    The Camera work on this is the most noticeable strength, anything less and the movie wouldnt be visual and in terms of the atmosphere, this good.
     
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    The Prophecy
    Walken. Koteas. Mortensen. Stoltz. Madsen. Widen. What’s not to love? 8/10
     
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    Night 8

    Kaiju Sat continues

    23. Godzilla vs Destroyah

    Or the writers just watched Aliens. And thus, we bring the Heisei series of Godzilla movies to a close. Oddly feels like an anniversary movie, even it it isn't exactly an anniversary year. I do love that burning Godzilla suit, glowing and steaming. And bringing back a lot of references to the first Godzilla was neat. The little Aliens inspired section of the police forces going after a bunch of little Destroyahs was funny. The forms of Destroyah are very fun, second best new monsters of the series. 25 years and 11 movies later, the Godzilla death scene still gets me, and god I love the clips during the credits of Godzilla of the Heisei years.

    24. Rebirth of Mothra

    Oh, thought I was going to continue the Godzilla movies? Hell naw, sticking with Heisei era kaiju movies. Very much a kids movie. The Shobojin get their own Rita Repulsa, as well and individual names. And stop being identical. Not going to lie, making the Mothras SUPER fuzzy had me really, really wanting a Mothra plush. Also had the fun effect of making the classic Mothra's death by drowning super horrific. Desghidorah was an interesting choice for first foe. Probably smart to not go to Battra again. Definitely inspired Kaiser Ghidorah in Final Wars. Plus, the suit at times used actual flames, which was cool to see. Kind of hilarious how the shobojin broke out into music videos at times. And the score is weird, I could have sworn there was a throughline of Pocahantas' Color of the Wind happening at places. Fun kids movie.

    25. Rebirth of Mothra II

    Sadly, dropped most of the music videos. A bit more of a Goonies vibe, as bulk of the movie has the kids exploring an ancient pyramid. Dagarha was a fun monster, and seeing Mothra Leo covered in toxic starfishes was painful. I commend the set up of the gag of the healing pee early in the movie, and not bringing it back to the final payoff. Good gag.

    Not a damn thing.
     
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    Been swamped with work so I didn't get to start my marathon at the beginning of the month, but at the very least I'm gonna do a Halloweek Marathon!
    Night 1:

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    Easily my favorite foreign horror movie, and up there in terms of horror movies in general. Not scary at all by today's standards, but the story is so beautiful and wonderfully told.
     
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    01. Night of the Living Dead (1968)
    02. Dawn of the Dead: The Argento Cut (1978)
    03. Day of the Dead (1985)
    04. Land of the Dead: Unrated (2005)
    05. Dawn of the Dead: Unrated (2004)
    06. Reptilicus (1961)
    07. Underworld (2003)
    08. Underworld: Evolution (2006)
    09. The Blob (1988)
    10. Kung Fu Zombie (1982)
    11. Kung Fu From Beyond the Grave (1984)
    12. My Bloody Valentine: Unrated (1981)
    13. Scare Package (2019)
    14. Killer Klowns From Outer Space (1988)
    15. From Dusk Till Dawn (1996)
    16. City of the Living Dead (aka The Gates of Hell) (1980)
    17. Carnosaur (1993)
    18. Carnosaur 2 (1995)
    19. Carnosaur 3: Primal Species (1999)
    20. House on Haunted Hill (1959)
     
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    Night 22

    57. The Babysitter
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    Fun Size Review: Every bone in my body told me I shouldn't like this. For a lot of it's runtime, it has terrible sensibilities and is super cringe in a manner it does not intend. And yet, I rather enjoy this. I put it down to the cast. Especially...

    58. The Babysitter: Killer Queen
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    Fun Size Review: A better version then the first movie, that is still haunted by McG's rather poor taste. But it's all worth it for Robbie Amell. He's amazing in both of these movies, but especially here.

    59. Slumber Party Massacre 2
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    Fun Size Review: An all time classic, that's about absolutely nothing. It's just a bunch of music video and porn scenes strung together until the climax, where it becomes a rockabilly Thriller. And every second works.


    60. Slumber Party Massacre (New)
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    Fun Size Review: This was a lot of fun. Played more straight then the original flicks, it does a good job of capturing the fun, but in a very different way. I was confused by the ending though. I honestly felt like it was setting up second killer/sequel, but did nothing with it.


    61. Slumber Party Massacre 3
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    Fun Size Review: While the second film is the more well known, this is my Slumber Party Massacre. Even without a rockabilly ghost with guitar drill, this is the most surreal of the lot. It also contains the worst victims in a flick ever. They have to try to not escape.


    62. Leprechaun
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    Fun Size Review: The idea that they ever wanted this to be a serious slasher flick would be the funniest thing about this movie, if not for the title character himself. Probably the worst attack on the Irish in a generation, Leprechaun is as fun as it offensive.

     
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  12. DarthSkywalker My Hands Are Cold (he/him)

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    Glad you were able to jump on! Also, that gif is legit terrifying. :eek:
     
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    Night 23

    63. Predator
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    Fun Size Review: It's Predator. There is but one thing to say. GET TO THE CHOPPER!

    64. Killer Klowns from Outer Space
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    Fun Size Review: Every time I watch this, I get the feeling it has no right to be as good as it is. But it is, and I love it for that. I feel like the best comparison to this is Psycho Goreman. No way these movies should look as good as they do.

    65. Alien
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    Fun Size Review: A lame flick, with no redeeming qualities. Who thought that something this boring and ridiculous would be worth making? A complete waste. No wonder no one remembers it.

    66. 10 Cloverfield Lane
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    Fun Size Review: We all know a John Goodman from the bunker. The person who is right about one thing, and uses it to abuse others. Just remember, you are one rubber ducky curtain away from freedom.
     
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    The movie is on HBOMax, I highly recommend it if you have a chance! It's a very visually stunning film.
     
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    31 Nights of Halloween 2021:

    1.Wrong Turn - The Foundation
    2.Awaken The Shadowman
    3.The Elf
    4.Saint(Sint)
    5.Killer Klowns from Outer Space
    6.Sleepy Hollow
    7.The Cleaning Lady
    8.Charlie's Farm
    9.Husk
    10.Blood Creek
    11.Slender Man
    12.Smiley
    13.Friday the 13th(2009)
    14.Halloween(1978)
    15.13 Ghosts
    16.Ghost Ship
    17.Rogue(2007)
    18.My Bloody Valentine 3D
    19.1922
    20.Headless Horseman(2007)
    21.Nosferatu
    22.The Furies
    23.Bram Stoker's Dracula
    24.Dead Silence

    I know 100% i had it on my last years marathon, but screw it...i love the movie.
    So why not.
    Such a underrated movie.
     
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    I wouldn't normally consider Predator a month of Halloween movie, but whatever floats your boat? I've purposefully been ignoring sci-fi horror movies this month, just because I don't get an "October" feel from movies that have any kind of sci-fi personally. I'll probably do a separate round in the winter for them in January.

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    Sci-fi horror is a large part of the genre. Everything Lovecraft, and what spawned from it. So chances are, you stumbled on some sci-fi horror and didn't even realize it.

    Now, Predator. That's a proper slasher. :D

    Completely.
     
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    If it was good, they would have made at least one sequel.
     
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    As well as one fantastic video game tie in and one spectactular failure. Any less, completely forgotten.
     
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    Titane

    This is exactly what Vin Diesel was talking about when he brings up family and cars.

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    31 Day Horror Marathon 2021
    Day 1 | Malignant (4/5) (REWATCH)
    Day 2 | Bingo Hell (3.5/5)
    Day 3 | Black as Night (3/5)
    Day 4 | Demonic (2021) (2/5)
    Day 5 | A Classic Horror Story (4/5)
    Day 6 | V/H/S/94 (4/5)
    Day 7 | The Boy Behind the Door (3/5)
    Day 8 | Madres (3/5)
    Day 9 | Lamb (4/5)
    Day 10 | The Manor (1.5/5)
    Day 11 | Ghost of Mars (2/5)
    Day 12 | Halloween (1978) (5/5) (REWATCH)
    Day 13 | Halloween (2018) (4/5) (REWATCH)
    Day 14 | Halloween Kills (3.5/5)
    Day 15 | Halloween III Season of the Witch (5/5) (REWATCH)
    Day 16 | Dracula (1931) (5/5) (REWATCH)
    Day 17 | Dracula (1931 Spanish version) (3.5/5)
    Day 18 | Dracula's Daughter (1936) (4/5)
    Day 19 | Son of Dracula (3/5)
    Day 20 | Dead Silence (4.5/5) (REWATCH)
    Day 21 | Season of the Witch (4/5)
    Day 22 | Southbound (4/5)
    Day 23 | The Mist (5/5) (REWATCH)
    Day 24 | Titane (3.5/5)
     
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    Night 6

    Guillermo Del Toro Night

    26. The Devil's Backbone

    Okay, first time I actually sat down to watch this, and holy ****, it jumped right up to the top of my favorite Del Toro flicks. I think it actually might be my favorite of his, beating out Pacific Rim. Wonderfully creepy, and with a very, very satisfying outcome for the villain. Maybe a little bleak with all the death, but I really just loved everything about this movie.

    27. Cronos

    Who doesn't love a young Ron Perlman as a plastic surgery obsessed rich boy? Also, creepy descent into vampirism. Some wonderful make up work.

    28. Pan's Labyrinth

    A very beautiful movie. I had forgotten how it ended, so that was a bit rough last night. The epitome of Del Toro's creature aesthetic. A wonderful dark fairy tale.
     
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    Glad to see some love for Colonial Marines . More games should try to emulate that masterpiece :o
     
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    I'm moving pretty soon and won't have time to watch more movies this month, so this is my last update. Glad I was still able to catch as many as I did, and finished out with a really good movie!

    1. 30 Days of Night (7/10)
    2. Ghoulies (1/10), and Ghoulies II (3/10)
    3. Malignant (7/10)
    4. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (7/10)
    5. The Quiet Ones (4/10)
    6. The Witches [1990] (6/10)
    7. The Amityville Horror [1979] (5/10)
    8. Spawn [6/10]
    9. The Evil Dead [1981] (8/10)
    10. The Evil Dead II (8/10)
    11. Army of Darkness (6/10)
    12. The Brood [1979] (6/10)
    13. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning [2006] (5/10)
    14. Saint Maud (6/10)
    15. Halloween Kills (6/10)
    16. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre [2003] (6/10)
    17. The Fog [1980] (8/10)
    18. IT [1990] (7/10)
    19. An American Werewolf in London (8/10)
    20. An American Haunting (7/10)
    21. Misery (8/10)
    22. Wrong Turn 2 (5/10)
    23. The House With A Clock In Its Walls (8/10)

    Although a very kid-oriented movie (it is rated PG), I found this to be a fun & entertaining romp in a very classic haunted house sort of setting. Jack Black and Cate Blanchett definitely elevated it too. I wish there were more horror movies that had this type of haunted house setting with unknown ghosts or monsters lurking about, too bad we don't get enough of them.

    24. The Empty Man (9/10)

    This movie blew me away at how well-done it was. The director directed the crap out of this movie, everything was so intentional and deliberate and clearly carefully done. The intention & effort in the directing made it feel like a stylistic mash of James Wan, Mike Flanagan, Andy Muschietti, and the directors of The Lodge [2019]. Although the pacing was a tad slow, it was very effectively creepy and unsettling, and had genuine scares as well. Major kudos to the sound design and musical score too, which elevated the movie even more.

    Out of the movies I've seen this year, this is probably my favorite new discovery, and I'll probably watch it again next year.
     
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    The entire industry has been downhill ever since Colonial Marines. Why even continue to make games after the medium has reached its absolute apex?
     
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