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Old 09-05-17, 02:21 PM   #48
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Re: The 13th Annual "October Horror Movie Challenge" (10/1 - 10/31) ***The List Threa

My Fifth Horror Challenge
*= first time watching
Counting Method: 2 hours of Television Content = 1 item

My goal is 31.

Potential List:

Stranger Things Season 2
Supernatural Season 13
The Mist Season 1
The Walking Dead Season 7 - Finish
The Walking Dead Season 8
Insidious: Chapter 3
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
The Babysitter
The Blair Witch Project
The Boy
The Purge: Election Year
The Shallows

October 1
.5. The Walking Dead - Ep. 7.14 "The Other Side"*
1. The Walking Dead - Ep. 7.15 "Something They Need"*

October 2
2. Eloise (2017)*
Creepy more than scary though there was a nice twist.
Body Count - 3

October 3
2.5. The Walking Dead - Ep. 7.15 "The First Day of the Rest of Your Life"*
3. The Walking Dead - Season 8 Preview Special"*

October 4
4. The Darkness (2016)*
This movie manages to make Kevin Bacon unlikeable. I'm not sure there has ever been a more boring horror movie.
Body Count - 0

October 5
5. The Messengers (2007)*
Very smart POV in this one. I liked the twist.
Body Count - 4

October 6
6. Resident Evil:Retribution (2012)*
As weird and as confusing as ever, but also as entertaining as ever.
Body Count - 7 (Best guess, not counting zombies)

October 7
7. The Purge: Election Year (2016)*
I loved this so much. Horrifying and brutal and super creepy because this could so easily be reality especially with the way things are now.
Body Count - 80
8. Krampus (2015)*
An odd but enjoyable movie. The gingerbread men were the best part.
Body Count - 2

October 8
9. Insidious: Chapter 3 (2015)*
I liked getting to see how the film crew came to work with Elise. I jumped a lot and it was really creepy at points. The part with Quinn's mom was also really emotional.
Body Count - 1
10. The Shallows (2016)*
Some of the worst acting I've seen. I'm so glad I didn't see this at the theaters. I'm glad Steven Seagull survived though. And I now know how versatile a surf top is.
Body Count - 3

October 9
11. The Other Side of the Door (2016)*
Well that was depressing. Not very scary and just not that good. Plus they killed a dog so they suck in my book.
Body Count - 3

October 10
12. 1408 (2007)*
This was both sad and creepy. I love John Cusack and he's as likable as ever in this movie.
Body Count - 0
13. From Within (2008)*
I have mixed feelings about this one. Neat premise and some good actors but not amazing but it was a more creative story. The lessons I'm taking from this one are :
Small town church people are dangerous.
If you think someone is a witch they probably are.
Adults in horror films are either evil or useless.

Body Count - 15

October 11
13.5. Teen Wolf - Ep. 1.1 "Wolf Moon"*
14. Teen Wolf - Ep. 1.2 "Second Chance at First Line"*

October 12
14.5. Supernatural - Ep. 13.1 "Lost and Found"*

October 13
15. Supernatural - Ep. 12.22 "Who We Are"

October 14
15.5. Teen Wolf - Ep. 1.3 "Pack Mentality"*
16. Teen Wolf - Ep. 1.4 "Magic Bullet"*

October 15
17. The Babysitter (2017)*
Utterly bizarre and really funny. Loved the one guy's Friday the 13th sound effects.
Body Count - 8

October 16
17.5. Teen Wolf - Ep. 1.5 "The Tell"*
18. Teen Wolf - Ep. 1.6 "Heart Monitor"*

October 17
19. Happy Death Day (2017)*
This movie was smart and a lot of fun. I laughed and jumped and tried to figure it out. It was like a big fun puzzle.
Body Count - 18

October 18
19.5. Teen Wolf - Ep. 1.7 "Night School"*
20. Teen Wolf - Ep. 1.8 "Lunatic"*

October 19
21. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (2016)*
This move was a bit of a letdown. The premise was good and since it was the last in the series I wanted to enjoy it more. I think bringing back less of the characters from previous films was a mistake. I've now seen all the films in this franchise.
Body Count - 33
21.5. Supernatural - Ep. 13.2 "The Rising Son"*

October 20
22. Teen Wolf - Ep. 1.9 "Wolf's Bane"*

Last edited by JennandTheCats; 10-23-17 at 09:09 PM.
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