The Annual October Horror Movie Watching Thread -- 2021!!!

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    Movie 5:
    My Boyfriend's Back (1993)
    First Time Viewing (Kino Blu-ray)
    ** (out of 5)
    Scarecrow Video Psychotronic Challenge Guideline:
    3. HIGH SPIRITS: Tickle your funny bones with a side splitter, a gut buster, a real scream. Go on, laugh your head off!

    I love Bob Balaban's first film Parents, unfortunately by leaning more into a traditional comedy his unique style is wasted on this zombie farce.

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    Movie 6:
    Buried Alive (1990)
    First Time Viewing (Kino Blu-ray)
    ***1/2 (out of 5)
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    4. WHEN THE TABLES TURN: Victim becomes stalker, hunter becomes the hunted, etc.

    An incredibly contrived setup leads to a very enjoyable revenge plot.
     
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    Natas Is it October yet?

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    Tucker and Dale Vs Evil

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    I always have so much fun with one. The two main characters are awesome, kills are gory and fun......very funny, seen it several times now and never disappoints
     
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    OCTOBER 3RD:

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    10. Midnight (1982) (Blu-ray) - I liked this one a lot more than I remembered. I'm sure the gorgeous new transfer on the Severin disc helped. This is a total homegrown charmer. There's a certain quaint innocence about it at times, while also having an extremely sleazy mean-streak running throughout. It makes for a pretty fun combination. I loved our main trio of Nancy, Tom, and Hank, and even without the horror elements I simply enjoyed the laid-back scenes of them just driving around in the van to the catchy "Midnight" theme song. Originally the movie was supposed to end in a more downbeat fashion around the 70 minute mark (if you've seen the movie, you can imagine what that ending would be), but they went back and added the final 20 minutes. The original ending would have packed a punch, but I appreciated the more satisfying ending and the extra 20 minutes in the world of Midnight. Apparently there is even a 1993 sequel I never knew about! It sounds less than watchable though. Terrific release from Severin, and highly recommended! I loved it this time around.

    OCTOBER 4TH:

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    11. A Day Of Judgment (1981) (Blu-ray) - This was a first time watch for me, and it was an interesting one to say the least. Horror fans may walk away disappointed, as a majority of the running time is spent on small town melodrama in this 1920s community. It almost plays like an anthology, similar to Amicus Tales From The Crypt or Vault Of Horror, except the stories here are all interconnected. We basically get a series of little stories surrounding the residents of this small town, as each commits one of the seven deadly sins of adultery, theft, murder, or being a Karen. Those who commit such a sin are visited by a ghostly apparition wielding a scythe, who will bring judgment down upon them. All the stories are engaging as a sort of 1920s mini-soap opera, and the reaper only has about two minutes of screen time. This is apparently a Christian movie and it shows, as the message of the movie is basically stay righteous and go to church. It's fairly inoffensive, aside from a somewhat shocking decapitation towards the end. I enjoyed it, but it won't be for everyone.

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    12. Death On Demand (2008) (DVD) - I was looking for movies in my collection that are set around Halloween but weren't the usual suspects I watch every year. I don't think I had seen this one since it was released. It's a very cheap slasher movie from around the last time you could still get away with excessive female nudity (there's even some brief male nudity to slightly balance the scales, but not by much) and extremely fake over-the-top gore. The plot is basically Halloween: Resurrection only by way of a bad MTI slasher movie like Spiker or Devon's Ghost. Six people (one being a porn star who is secretly being paid an extra $500 for each person she can lure into having sex on camera, male or female) are locked in a haunted house as part of an internet reality show, and the ghost comes back to pick them off. Emphasis on pick, as the weapon of choice here is a climbing pick. This is extremely cheap, slow, and not very good, but I'd be lying if I said I didn't find a certain charm about it. Unfortunately, even though it is set on Halloween night, aesthetics are limited to pretty much the main cast wearing costumes. They could have decorated a bit more, added some jack-o-lanterns. I have a higher tolerance for this kind of movie than most, so even though I enjoyed the revisit, I don't think I'd recommend it to others.

    OCTOBER 5TH:

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    13. Creepshow: Season 2 Episodes 4 & 5 "Pipe Screams / Within The Walls Of Madness" & "Night Of The Living Late Show" (AMC / DVR) - I thought the first season of this show was awful and had jumped shipped, but for whatever reason once AMC started airing the second season, I decided to watch because the DVR is quicker to access than booting up SHUDDER... even though AMC means I have to fast-forward through commercials. MAKE IT MAKE SENSE. Anyway, season two was definitely an improvement, but the show still has a long way to go before actually being good. These two episodes wrapped up the season, and I'll have to switch over to SHUDDER for season three. Dead And Breakfast was my favorite episode of the season, as it has been the closest episode to a good old-fashioned Tales From The Crypt. As for these two specifically, both segments of episode 4 were quite good while the hour-long finale was kind of a dud with most of the running time was spent incorporating Justin Long into Horror Express. This season is watchable, but not necessarily recommended.

    Previous Entries:
    1. Girls School Screamers (1985)
    2. No One Gets Out Alive (2021)
    3. Welcome To The Blumhouse: Black As Night (2021)
    4. Coming Home In The Dark (2021)
    5. Tales From The Darkside: The Movie (1990)
    6. Welcome To The Blumhouse: Bingo Hell (2021)
    7. Blades (1989)
    8. Lost After Dark (2015)
    9. The Ghosting (1992)
     
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    It makes perfect sense to me, man. For me to watch Shudder, I have to go through my Xbox, which the audio is only connected through my sound system. So I have to turn on the Xbox, fire up the controller, and turn on the main speakers (which are driven by a glorious sounding vintage but remoteless Harman Kardon receiver).

    DVR just comes through the TV speakers. Much easier. One remote for everything. Don't have to get up off the couch.
     
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    Day 5

    20. Be Afraid (2017) Prime - I grabbed a few downloads for today without researching much into what I was going to watch. This movie wasn't too bad. Been done before type of flick with a different setting, but was still decent to me.

    21. The Lighthouse (2019) Prime - Been wanting to see this one, and now I don't know why. Hated this movie even though I thought the acting was pretty solid. I get the premise of slowly going into madness, but man this was boring. Probably never re-visit.

    22. #Alive (2020) Netflix - Last year I absolutely loved Train to Busan. This movie has zombies and some similarities, but is also a bit of a different animal. I quite enjoyed it. It wasn't always serious and had an okay ending.

    23. Insidious: Chapter 2 (2013) Blu - I am continuing my way through these films. This movie was decent and continues where the first left off. The story was all over the place and you have to pay attention. The only thing that drove me nuts is the movie would be so quiet I couldn't hear the dialogue and then blow me out of my chair a few minutes later. That shit drives me nuts.

    ~Rocker10
     
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    October 4th

    THE CAPTURE OF BIGFOOT (1979)

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    The snowy forests of an area in Wisconsin called The Lake of the Clouds is stirring with reports of Sasquatch activity. A pair of trappers attempt to bring in a juvenile creature which doesn't go over well with the enraged parent. Local businessman Harvey Olsen (Richard Kennedy) figures he can do it better and enlists some outdoorsmen to catch a Bigfoot with the promise of $10,000 in cash. One dude who means no harm to anyone (cryptids included) is Jake (George Buck Flower). He offers his pack of dogs to help search the North Woods and has become a lot more concerned since a close friend of his was already a victim of the rampage. Jake has made claims of these creatures for decades, but most people didn't believe him due to his boozy tendencies. A geological survey crew of 7 went missing there decades ago fueling all kinds of stories regardless. Something else to consider though. If they successfully capture one of these, what are the chances of keeping it? Olsen doesn't consider it since he has plenty of explosives, restraining devices, and guns.

    I had my introduction to Bill Rebane earlier this year with the Arrow box set. Very nice package, but only featured 6 of his films. There were a handful of omissions due to licensing issues and releases from other labels. Troma has had The Capture of Bigfoot for many years and didn't make a deal with Arrow for their collection. A more convincing Sasquatch suit and better pacing would have definitely helped this low budget affair. To label this the worst Bigfoot film ever made as Team Troma likes to do, is quite undeserved. We get to see the creatures onscreen more than a lot of other cryptid films allow. Plenty of odd quirkiness to be had in the script. There is a Native American amulet being passed around for protection. The local sheriff fancies himself as an amateur Humphrey Bogart and John Wayne impressionist. A very tacky theme song awaits in the opening credits. Redneck drunks will go on a Sasquatch hunt for barely any money. Otis Young (The Last Detail, Blood Beach) is underutilized as one of the hunters. George Buck Flower brings much more to his character, similar to what he did in Rebane's other film The Alpha Incident (1978).

    The Capture of Bigfoot pales in comparison to other 70's Sasquatch pictures like The Legend of Boggy Creek (1972) and Creature from Black Lake (1976). As a low budget regional exploitation production, it has its charms for a grindhouse take on cryptozoology. Some extra points were awarded for the snowy setting. The film feels freezing cold. That is elaborated upon in the feature length documentary in Arrow's Rebane box set. Fawesome TV is where I watched this.
     
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    13) Martyrs Lane: A troubled young girl receives nightly visits from an other worldly entity. Saying this is a horror film is misleading since it’s more of a coming-of-age drama with supernatural elements. It’s a shame, because writer/director Ruth Platt crafts characters that are filled with humanity, and gets very good performances from the cast, including the child actors – which can make or break a film – but I wasn’t emotionally invested. There is no secondary drama or conflict, and since the undead girl is friendly in nature, the story is a bore. It’s not until the final minutes of the film are we backend with a lot of exposition to get answers to who exactly the little girl is. “Martyrs Lane” doesn’t do anything particularly wrong, it’s just not that interesting. (4/10)


    14) Anything For Jackson: Grieving from the loss of their grandson, an elderly couple kidnaps a pregnant woman looking to perform a reverse exorcism. This was refreshing as far as exorcism films go, with a nice touch of dark humor. Sheila McCarthy and Julian Richings are fantastic as the mild-mannered Satanist couple, whose juxtaposition to the supernatural shenanigans make for some great comedic moments. But much like “Jakob’s Wife” the film struggles with maintaining a consistent tone, and often the horror elements and comedic one’s conflict. I also appreciated how the botched black magic spell let loose a cavalcade of different spirits to screw with our lead cast that reminded me of the first season of “American Horror Story.” The film does lack focus, with the pregnant woman feeling like an afterthought for most of the runtime and several unnecessary side characters that distract from the main narrative. It was flawed, but still entertaining. (6/10)
     
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    Movie 7:
    Deadly Eyes (1982)
    Rewatch (Scream Factory Blu-ray)
    **1/2 (out of 5)
    Scarecrow Video Psychotronic Challenge Guideline:
    5. REEKING HAVOC: Sewer dwellers making a mess of things up on the surface.

    There are some amusing moments such as Scatman Crothers cheering for his own "special appearance by" credit and shocking moments such as a toddler being the first victim of the rats, but this is no Of Unknown Origin or Willard quality wise.
     
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    October 5th: It! The Terror from Beyond Space

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    I always like to include at least one 50's black and white horror movie in my October horror schedule. I like It! The Terror from Beyond Space. Obviously, the premise of a deadly stowaway on a spaceship with claustrophobic horror ensuing was reworked to greater effect in Alien, and even the similar low-budget Queen of Blood does a better job of conjuring up a spooky atmosphere. What does It! have? First of all, the creature design. Honestly, it's one of the best of the decade. Yes, even though the mask was somewhat deformed by the actor's head, it still looks suitably menacing. Marshall Thompson is a likeable lead, even if the plot hook about him being tried for murder is soon rendered irrelevant as the real killer makes its presence known. Still, I appreciate a movie not padding its running time, and It! whisks by at a brisk 69 minutes as the monster forces the crew from one deck to the next, until finally, they have nowhere to go.
     
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    6th October

    Bad Candy

    The candy may be bad, but it can't be as bad as this Halloween anthology monstrosity.

    A low budget affair, with some iffy effects (apart from one decent monster suit) and awful CGI, There's more miss than hit here, pretty much all miss to be honest, vignettes mostly as opposed to the traditional mini stories (the last one is a little more traditional fare) they may be short but they are still a chore to get through, none really follow any story arc and feel like they were thrown together. Suprised to see Zach Galligan in this, unfortunately his presence couldn't save it.

    I wish I'd just re-watched Trick R' Treat instead.
     
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    October 5th

    DEATH CAR ON THE FREEWAY (1979)

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    Becky Lyons (Morgan Brittany from TV series Dallas) is an aspiring actress struggling for television gigs. In a hurry to get to an audition in the valley, she is run off of the highway and very nearly killed by a psychopath in a souped-up van. A pattern starts in which random women driving alone in Metropolitan Los Angeles are getting taken out in car crashes by said speed freak stepping up his game. Heavily tinted windows make it impossible to see the driver. The identity is kept a secret even to the viewer - aside from wearing black gloves and popping in an 8-track tape blasting country music with crazy fiddles. The media begins calling this killer "The Fiddler." Television reporter Jan Claussen (Shelley Hack, The Stepfather) takes a special interest in this case, utilizing her vast connections to try and figure out what she can. As the death toll rises, she is contacted by a gang called the Street Phantoms. They may be able to help her stop this road based serial killer once and for all.

    The bluntly titled Death Car on the Freeway is a mostly entertaining made for TV film arriving at the end of the 70's. Part horror film and mystery thriller, it's very much a time capsule of an era when dangerous car stunts were commonplace and political correctness did not yet exist. There is a stretch where the script loses acceleration. After the first couple roadway attacks, we see only the aftermath or just some heavily edited crashes for the next handful of victims. After that montage, the killer gets more screen time stalking motorists and showing off the vehicle stunts. The subplot with Jan's estranged husband (George Hamilton) who works for a rival network slows things down further, but also offers some character development which may or may not work for you.

    Talk about an all-star supporting cast, this TV production features among others: Frank Gorshin, Peter Graves, Dinah Shore, Abe Vigoda, Harriet Nelson, Sid Haig, and others. A real surprise was legendary stuntman Hal Needham himself, who also directed this film (along with many others). Needham plays the owner of a defensive driver academy, which is really just a thinly disguised stunt driver school. He even wears a jacket that looks a lot like the one worn by Kurt Russell's Stuntman Mike in Death Proof.

    Death Car on the Freeway can be easily found on YouTube. Quality was pretty good. Watched it twice so far this year, counting last night.
     
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    Movie # 8:
    Blood Relic (2005)

    Reminds me of my misspent younger days in the late '90's/Early 2000's where I'd rent every slasher film that came out. I dig it more for the nostalgia it makes me feel then anything else. Although the killer's look has a Harry Warden thing going on. There's Billy Drago being Billy Drago. Plenty of gore and lots of nudity.

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    Movie # 9:
    Tentacles (1977)

    Tentacles is both arty and cheesy. Epic and low budget. A Jaws rip off, yet something more. The score is amazing and that regatta attack is phenomenally done.

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    Movie # 10:
    The Vampire Conspiracy (2005)

    Do you like dingy rooms? How about the films Cube and Saw? Or vampire costumes from the discount rack at a Spencer's? Well Vampire Conspiracy has all this and boredom too.

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    Movie # 11:
    Someone’s Watching Me! (1978)
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    4. WHEN THE TABLES TURN: Victim becomes stalker, hunter becomes the hunted etc.

    Honestly, I could watch Lauren Hutton fritter about her groovy '70's apartment all day.
     
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    KGBRadioMoskow Makes any meat boneless!

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    Ah, the 70s, the only era where you could use the phrase "souped-up van" and have everyone in the room nod in respect instead of laugh their ass off.
     
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    Day 6

    24. Creature From Big Muddy (2021) Prime - A documentary that runs a little over an hour and talks about the creature that was supposedly sighted various times around the Big Muddy river in Illinois. You get sound comparisons, interviews, and a few other things. It's a recent film released this year. Thought it was kind of interesting although I had never heard of that particular monster.

    25. Bigfoot: The Conspiracy (2020) Prime - This was more of a movie shot on a very low budget, somewhere around $3000 apparently. It looked pretty clean and was a bit surprising to me that it was done with so little cash. It doesn't bring much in the way of new angles to the subject, but is an okay time burner I guess.

    26. Das Schaurige Haus (The Strange House) (2020) Netflix - Filmed in Austria as a German production with kids/teens driving the story similar in ways to The Goonies and movies like that. The story was obviously different and has been told many times in movies with a house being haunted and the story behind it. I thought the movie had its charm. It probably isn't a kid movie per se, but does offer some humor and decent storytelling.

    27. The Others (2001) Blu - I always liked this movie, but probably haven't seen it since it was first released to home video. The ending stuck with me from those initial viewings. I finally decided to upgrade to Blu and took a run through it tonight. Great movie in my opinion.

    ~Rocker10
     
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    6. Castle of the Creeping Flesh (Adrian Hoven, 1968)

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    There's very little story here, but the gothic castle set and the atmospheric landscapes that surround it are all wonderful. It was short enough that the lack of story or real horror elements (or even a conclusion to whatever was actually going on here) didn't bother me much. There was actually a lot that I enjoyed about it, despite it's faults - the costumes were great, whether they were mod 60s style, or swashbuckling period outfits. The actors cranked the melodrama up to 11 for every single scene - nothing but expressions of shock, betrayal, outrage, and lust. Somebody decided incorporating a large amount of surgical stock footage was a good idea. And there's a ridiculous amount of nudity, which doesn't hurt.
     
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    Movie 8:
    Tentacles (1977)
    First Time Viewing (Scream Factory Blu-ray)
    *** (out of 5)
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    6. IT CAME FROM THE SEA: Some kind of threat from below the brine.

    Maybe I'm a sucker for underwater creatures or maybe I just loved Winters' gigantic hat, but I think this one gets too much hate.
     
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    1. Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors (1965)

    Every season I try to watch at least one movie with Peter Cushing and one with Christopher Lee. This one has them both and Donald Sutherland. I also like anthology movies and this is a pretty good one. My wife and I enjoyed this one. Really liked the first and last 2 stories and the ending.
     
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    15) Terror 5: Five urban legends come to life on the same night in Buenos Aries. A piss poor attempt at a horror anthology. The stories take place simultaneously, ping-ponging back and forth without any reason, only making things confusing to follow for the first 30-minutes or so. The individual stories lack tension, are padded out, and are plagued with annoying characters behaving stupidly. I enjoy the wrap around – are rarity in a film like this – featuring zombies with glowing red eyes. The cinematography is fantastic, and so is the special effects, but everything else is lacking. A waste of potential. (3/10)


    16) V/H/S/94: A SWAT team uncovers a chilling conspiracy as they watch a collection of disturbing VHS tapes linked to a cult. A good rebound after the disappointment that was “V/H/S: Viral”. The fourth installment in the found footage anthology offers up plenty of gore and general mayhem. The stories all flow nicely, except for the wrap around segment which is predictable and has the stupidest ending in the franchise. I enjoyed all four segments otherwise, with Timo Tjahjanto’s “The Subject” being the best, and possibly the most unique in the series, with an interesting take on the Frankenstein lore. This installment still falls a bit short of the first two entries, but overall, it’s a great, campy, over-the-top piece of b-movie trash. A must see for the Halloween season. (7/10)
     
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    7th October

    V/H/S/94

    I enjoyed this, but I didn't love it. It had a very strong start with my favourite story, 'Storm Drain', followed by another strong entry 'The Empty Wake', unfortunately my interest started to wain from here on in, next up was 'The Subject' which was the weakest and also the longest, 'Terror' is up next with an OK final entry. The wrap around was ok, but the excessive use of 'worn tape noise' on it was annoying and made some of it difficult to watch. Like I said at the beginning, I enjoyed it, glad I watched, but this is a definite one and done for me, no repeat viewing here.
     
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    Sums up how I felt exactly. It blows "Viral" out of the water, but it didn't have the same urgency as the first two films.
     
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