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Old 10-08-14, 06:15 PM
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Re: 100 Movies. 31 Days. The 10th Annual October Horror Movie Challenge (Oct 1-31) Pt

So, I work in the public relations department at a utilities company here in South Texas. We do electricity, water and wastewater. Anyway, I was very excited that I looked to actually be leaving at 5 for a change and looking forward to busting out the Blu-ray of today's pick when I get a phone call that we are going into rolling blackouts. Now I'm sitting here at my office, playing a waiting game to see what's going on. I now don't know when I might go home today. I'm debating trying to watch something on my phone to just fulfill today's theme. I went from being a happy camper to being a very sad one. Now that I think about, there's a good chance I won't be able to record American Horror Story tonight because of the power going off. What a day!
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The problem is temporarily resolved. At least I get to go home tonight. Yay! As for tomorrow, we'll see.
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Easily my favorite Naschy film. Still kicking myself for not picking that up before it went OOP.


Holy moly I just went and looked it up on Amazon. Amazing because my understanding is that the disc was the first of a planned series, which never happened because the first sold so poorly. Now it's going for $60+!

It's in my top 5 Naschy's for sure...I really dislike Vengeance of the Zombies though.

Oh hell now I have to list them (and I'm trying hard here to avoid just going all Hombre Locos!):

Horror Rises From the Tomb
Count Dracula's Great Love
Hunchback of the Morgue
Night of the Werewolf
Inquisition
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Holy moly I just went and looked it up on Amazon. Amazing because my understanding is that the disc was the first of a planned series, which never happened because the first sold so poorly. Now it's going for $60+!

It's in my top 5 Naschy's for sure...I really dislike Vengeance of the Zombies though.

Oh hell now I have to list them (and I'm trying hard here to avoid just going all Hombre Locos!):

Horror Rises From the Tomb
Count Dracula's Great Love
Hunchback of the Morgue
Night of the Werewolf
Inquisition
I love the Naschy talk and love! Chad your post this morning about watching Night of the Werewolf inspired me to watch it for today's theme, one that I had no idea what direction I was going for it. It's a fantastic film as always and I think Naschy is seriously on point in it. I need to figure out my favorite Naschy films.


On another note- Has anyone noticed anything random in films they've really enjoyed? Like title screens, credit sequences, theme songs? I really liked the title screen for The House On Skull Mountain. It just had a cool look and vibe to it.
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Old 10-08-14, 08:03 PM
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I have a slim chance at getting in a viewing on a CED later this month. That would be a first for me for both the challenge and watching a CED despite having owned one before.
Wait, you're in Maryland Seth? I'm in Frederick, invite me! I've never even see a CED.
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Wait, you're in Maryland Seth? I'm in Frederick, invite me! I've never even see a CED.
If it happens I'll pm you! My buddy found a bunch of them at a thrift shop and got a lead on someone selling a player at a reasonable price. The problem is it could also just be a Laserdisc player haha
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Ok, I need all of your expertise in horror everyone. I watched a movie when I was a kid way back before Methuselah was born and I can't remember the damn name of it. All I remember of it was the ending of it. I'm pretty sure it was a western horror. There was a guy walking down a wooden sidewalk dressed in western gear (he had a hat, leather vest, guns on his waist etc) and as he was walking by a saloon, something dripped on his face. It was a drop of blood from a bucket that was getting ready to tip. And as he looked up at the bucket, the movie ended.

Does anyone know which movie this might be? I always thought it was called Bucket of Blood, but that's obviously not the name of it. Would be very grateful if someone knows this movie. It's been driving me nuts for years. Would love to see it again and see if it still scares me.
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Re: 100 Movies. 31 Days. The 10th Annual October Horror Movie Challenge (Oct 1-31) Pt

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Holy moly I just went and looked it up on Amazon. Amazing because my understanding is that the disc was the first of a planned series, which never happened because the first sold so poorly. Now it's going for $60+!
It's too bad that never came to fruition, but not surprising considering he's one of if not the most unappreciated actors in the genre.

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It's in my top 5 Naschy's for sure...I really dislike Vengeance of the Zombies though.

Oh hell now I have to list them (and I'm trying hard here to avoid just going all Hombre Locos!):

Horror Rises From the Tomb
Count Dracula's Great Love
Hunchback of the Morgue
Night of the Werewolf
Inquisition
Actually I think it was Horror Rises that's my favorite, and Night a close second. Then again, he's done like 10 werewolf flicks, so I could be mistaken. Also didn't care for Vengeance.

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On another note- Has anyone noticed anything random in films they've really enjoyed? Like title screens, credit sequences, theme songs? I really liked the title screen for The House On Skull Mountain. It just had a cool look and vibe to it.
The opening credits to Tower of Evil - basically just a really atmospheric aerial view of a lighthouse miniature with the fog machines on full blast.

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Re: 100 Movies. 31 Days. The 10th Annual October Horror Movie Challenge (Oct 1-31) Pt

Alright, I've slacked off a bit, but other than updating my own list I *think* I'm caught up:

-All the Alyxstarr links are up, which means EVERY subset film is available streaming. And a few even include commentaries, Riff Trax Live, alternate endings and both the subbed and dubbed versions for Bio-Zombie.

-The participant links up to this point are posted in the list thread first post.

-Reminder that the first trivia question is currently underway.
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Ok, I need all of your expertise in horror everyone. I watched a movie when I was a kid way back before Methuselah was born and I can't remember the damn name of it. All I remember of it was the ending of it. I'm pretty sure it was a western horror. There was a guy walking down a wooden sidewalk dressed in western gear (he had a hat, leather vest, guns on his waist etc) and as he was walking by a saloon, something dripped on his face. It was a drop of blood from a bucket that was getting ready to tip. And as he looked up at the bucket, the movie ended.

Does anyone know which movie this might be? I always thought it was called Bucket of Blood, but that's obviously not the name of it. Would be very grateful if someone knows this movie. It's been driving me nuts for years. Would love to see it again and see if it still scares me.
Ghost Town?

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The theme song imagery is not as effective this time around.

I wonder if that real life girl with the two heads is watching this too...
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I think classification of horror also largely depends on the intention of the film.
Yes, quite..

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...Amazing Spiderman is not intended to be 'scary', it's intended to be an action adventure type of thing. Films that are part other genres might get confusing (like comedy or thriller - but if a film is intended to be suspenseful and it creeps you out, then that sounds horror-y to me), but for the most part it doesn't seem that complicated which films could easily be classified as horror.
Problem isn't the "easy" ones, it's the others...! As soon as you venture into hybrid cases (Aliens, Monsters, Comedies) it gets murky - I was having this debate yesterday: if the "purpose" of horror is to get under your skin, be creepy or scary or similar... doesn't that automatically discount 90% of Horror-Comedies? Done exceptionally, they might still be scary, but done "well" they'll be poking fun at horror tropes and thus not 'scary' per se... but still "Horror".

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Collecting lists for that list thing I'm doing I was dumbfounded by some inclusions - the strangest was The Sound of Music probably - but people were also including Lord of the Rings and documentaries like Shoah. As horrific as war may be, a documentary on it is clearly not intended to be a horror film. Then there are people who consider experimental works such as Celestial Subway Lines or The Flicker as horror films...
Ha! Yes, I've seen Schindler's List on a few, and found it extremely odd. But then again, I wouldn't necessarily have thought that Jaws belongs either. I like the illogical leaps arguments, though: Nazis are horrific. TSoM has Nazis in it, and therefore...! c.f. Witches are horror; Winged mutants can be; UnAlive creatures usually are... and therefore The Wizard of Oz (which also reportedly terrifies three-quarters of those who see it) must be...
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Did anyone see the blood moon eclipse early this morning? It was pretty awesome. Pics on my old iPhone didn't take well.

Wish I had gone back inside to get our better camera, but I was too creeped out by the sight of it and the early morning fog and quiet making me think of werewolves and hurriedly getting in my car and locking the door.
Too early here, sadly.

Regarding phone pictures: I've seen a handful of review websites that review cameras by taking comparative photographs, but the two I always want to see taken never seem to be (and both are horror-ish): 1. a lit candle, and 2. the moon, at night. Taking good pictures of either of those is problematic for many cameras, so knowing whether they can handle either or both would be really useful.
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It's not really as complex as some want to argue. I'll borrow a line from Justice Stewart's definition of pornography, 'I'll know it when I see it'. It's a very apt line for defining horror as well.
True. But if it's in the eye of the beholder, it's still up for question. (And then for me the corollary also applies, and I feel bad about The Man Who Laughs or whatever...)

It's an interesting (if old!) debate, anyway.
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On another note- Has anyone noticed anything random in films they've really enjoyed? Like title screens, credit sequences, theme songs? I really liked the title screen for The House On Skull Mountain. It just had a cool look and vibe to it.
"The Blob" song from The Blob.
I remember Repo: The Genetic Opera intercuts drawn/comics panels to change scenes, so it was interesting to see something similar in... Dead & Breakfast(? I think it was D&B...)

Not really the same thing at all, but watching An American Werewolf in London for the first time, I was pleased (and saddened ) to see RIK MAYALL in the pub playing chess and smirking, very, very early in his career. And then secondly, based solely on the place and timing, it was fascinating to watch Jenny Agutter shopping and the cashier ringing up all the items' prices individually rather than scanning a barcode. Fascinating to me, anyway. (Just like it's wryly amusing to hear people saying things like "Louise... it's 1972!" in exasperation.)

Must mention here, as well, that EVERYTHING about the new TV series SLEEPY HOLLOW is enjoyable. All the asides - particularly bottled water and Starbucks - are just the right side of the amusing/eye-rolling social commentary-via-anachronistic confusion. (Also, a few months ago Fox sent a Headless Horseman to the local SciFi/fantasy convention, and as you might well imagine, up close he is TERRIFYING.

Also, a few minutes into Troma's Poultrygeist I began to wonder a) how they managed not to get sued by KFC - assuming they didn't - and b) why there appeared to be no-one called McDonald........
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I thought about doing a Six Degrees Of... theme where you'd watch a film then the next film would be associated to it via an actor, scene or line. Or, even something visual.
I almost attempted something loose like that for Criterion - either following actors, or words in the title, or something...

For Horror, I think you can even track costumes and props across (for example) Universal and Hammer films, which would be another level of crazy!

I wonder how long a link you could make from films that reference (by name or character) earlier films? (Excepting direct sequels, of course - although the side-stepping of the Universal Horrors that link up - The Wolf Man, Frankenstein, House of Dracula, House of Frankenstein, Abbott & Costello, etc. - sort of skirt being direct sequels and might count.)

For instance: An American Werewolf in London talks briefly about Lon Chaney and Claude Rains in The Wolf Man; Rocky Horror Picture Show namechecks several films during "Science-Fiction Double Feature"; Cursed has a museum room full of props from earlier films and a specific discussion of the wolf's head walking stick from The Wolf Man.* Are there more recent films that mention RHPS,Cursed of American Werewolf making a link of three...?


*I'm sure I've seen the walking stick elsewhere, too. And Alvin and the Chipmunks also has a great film that directly names their wolf-next-door as Larry Talbot.
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Also the American Horror Story premiere is a weird time, 1 hr and 30 mins. Can we count as a movie's worth?
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Problem isn't the "easy" ones, it's the others...! As soon as you venture into hybrid cases (Aliens, Monsters, Comedies) it gets murky - I was having this debate yesterday: if the "purpose" of horror is to get under your skin, be creepy or scary or similar... doesn't that automatically discount 90% of Horror-Comedies? Done exceptionally, they might still be scary, but done "well" they'll be poking fun at horror tropes and thus not 'scary' per se... but still "Horror".

Ha! Yes, I've seen Schindler's List on a few, and found it extremely odd. But then again, I wouldn't necessarily have thought that Jaws belongs either. I like the illogical leaps arguments, though: Nazis are horrific. TSoM has Nazis in it, and therefore...! c.f. Witches are horror; Winged mutants can be; UnAlive creatures usually are... and therefore The Wizard of Oz (which also reportedly terrifies three-quarters of those who see it) must be...
I know some cases are difficult, but for the most part I feel like people clutch at straws (like the 'Nazis are horrific' example). I'm surprised Jaws isn't classified as a horror movie in some places because it's basically a slasher film with a shark

Although I don't believe horror's only intention is 'to scare', having scary elements or parts doesn't make a film a horror film. Like The Wizard of Oz example, I found the 1985 version of Alice in Wonderland scary as balls as a kid. If I made a list of scariest movies, it would be on it. If I made a list of best horror movies, it wouldn't.

Speaking of, has anyone made a list of films that people have actually questioned their horror status? It would be interesting to see which films are at the center of this discussion. Some other strange inclusions I've found on lists:
Drop Dead Fred (1991)
Easy Rider (1969)
The Immigrant (1917)
The Birth of a Nation (1915)
Goldfinger (1964)
Pinocchio (1940)
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
The King of Comedy (1982)
Hot Fuzz (2007)
Harold and Maude (1971)
Arlington Road (1999)
Grizzly Man (2005)
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011)
Trainspotting (1996)
Requiem For a Dream (2000)
Fight Club (1999)
Westworld (1973)
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Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) is good fun. I'm glad I finally warmed up to it over the years.
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Drop Dead Fred (1991)
Easy Rider (1969)
The Immigrant (1917)
The Birth of a Nation (1915)
Goldfinger (1964)
Pinocchio (1940)
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
The King of Comedy (1982)
Hot Fuzz (2007)
Harold and Maude (1971)
Arlington Road (1999)
Grizzly Man (2005)
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011)
Trainspotting (1996)
Requiem For a Dream (2000)
Fight Club (1999)
Westworld (1973)
None of these are horror. Haven't seen the Immigrant but based on you including it on this list I would say it is also probably not horror.
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On another note- Has anyone noticed anything random in films they've really enjoyed? Like title screens, credit sequences, theme songs? I really liked the title screen for The House On Skull Mountain. It just had a cool look and vibe to it.
So far, I haven't encountered a theme song that I recall. There are a couple fun songs in Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island, including the catchy "The Ghost Is Here".

I'm a fan of inventive fonts used to set the mood. My favorites so far are from The Evil of Frankenstein and The Wolf Man.


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Regarding non-horror entries; I don't see those that MightySparks indicated on anyone's list this year... but if they were I wouldn't necessarily object because if someone watches a ton of horror movies and an odd title shows up then that doesn't seem unreasonable. I really like wildcards for that reason. Although I prefer to focus on horror myself but if someone has a non-horror film pop up on their 97% horror list it shouldn't be a "biggie."

Silent Hill (2006) is a much better movie than it has any right to be.
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...Has anyone noticed anything random in films they've really enjoyed? Like title screens, credit sequences, theme songs...
The introductory credit sequence to Bio-Zombie is amusing; you'll see.
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Regarding non-horror entries; I don't see those that MightySparks indicated on anyone's list this year... but if they were I wouldn't necessarily object because if someone watches a ton of horror movies and an odd title shows up then that doesn't seem unreasonable.
Sorry, should've stated I meant 'best of' horror lists that I've collected for the definitive horror list thing, not movies people have included in the challenge. But for each of those films, there is at least one person out there voting it as one of the best horror films I'm not bothered about what people include on their lists for these challenges, just sometimes I'm left scratching my head.
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Man, I feel like I'm leaving myself out of the challenge for the most part this year. I'm so crunched for time that to get movies in at all, I pretty much only have time to just watch movies and not hang around much online. I'm behind on even catching up on this thread. And while I usually don't watch many of the subset films, I do like to try to watch something for each theme night but I've completely fallen out of that loop so far. Kind of a bummer. But at least I'm getting a good chunk of movies in. I'm up to 25 now which is better than I thought I would be at.

And I watched Gingerdead Man 2 last night...and I think it's a work of mad genius. It's at a perfect crossroads of foul humor, b-movie badness, manic energy, and a pretty sharp satire on Full Moon itself all at the same time. I couldn't believe how much I enjoyed it. I had to say that publicly somewhere. I also watched part 3 and it wasn't as good.

Also have to echo some of the sentiments on Tower of Evil I saw so far. I watched it on blu-ray and loved it. A ton of fun.
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Tonight I watched four episodes from Tales From The Crypt: Season One. I figured I'd get a little variety in the mix, since I didn't have time to view two movies today. Eventually I'll try to go through the other seasons I currently have(1-4).

I hope to get some more viewings in soon, since I'll have a little bit more free time in the next week. Fingers crossed!
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