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100 Movies. 31 Days. The 13th Annual "October Horror Movie Challenge" (10/1 - 10/31)

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Before my rant I want to compliment Chad for the excellent looking subset/theme listing this year. You always outdo yourself. But now I have to rant about IMDB. I know some (maybe just one person) does a little bit with this website but I am hoping someone knows why they have decided that all of the M and GP rated films back in the 60's and early 70's were never rated M or GP. There is a grand total of 10 M rated films showing up now when I do an advanced search on that. I know that history is fluid in some peoples eyes but I know that there were movies rated m and gp and that has been erased from their history on IMDB. Does anyone have any idea of a website that still exists with a list of these movies. I cannot find a single website except pictures of movies rated m and that is very inaccurate. It will be very hard to complete the ratings portion of the checklist without this. End of rant!
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Originally Posted by orlmac View Post
Before my rant I want to compliment Chad for the excellent looking subset/theme listing this year. You always outdo yourself. But now I have to rant about IMDB. I know some (maybe just one person) does a little bit with this website but I am hoping someone knows why they have decided that all of the M and GP rated films back in the 60's and early 70's were never rated M or GP. There is a grand total of 10 M rated films showing up now when I do an advanced search on that. I know that history is fluid in some peoples eyes but I know that there were movies rated m and gp and that has been erased from their history on IMDB. Does anyone have any idea of a website that still exists with a list of these movies. I cannot find a single website except pictures of movies rated m and that is very inaccurate. It will be very hard to complete the ratings portion of the checklist without this. End of rant!
As happens with rants I want you to know that I know that I am half-cocked here but just because there is a few M rated films and GP rated films when you click on the ratings does not mean they are complete. Just as a for instance, Barbarella was a M rated film and Cat o'Nine Tails was a GP film just for two examples. If they are the only two I apologize for the rant and please just shake your head and ignore my posts.
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Originally Posted by orlmac View Post
Before my rant I want to compliment Chad for the excellent looking subset/theme listing this year. You always outdo yourself. But now I have to rant about IMDB. I know some (maybe just one person) does a little bit with this website but I am hoping someone knows why they have decided that all of the M and GP rated films back in the 60's and early 70's were never rated M or GP. There is a grand total of 10 M rated films showing up now when I do an advanced search on that. I know that history is fluid in some peoples eyes but I know that there were movies rated m and gp and that has been erased from their history on IMDB. Does anyone have any idea of a website that still exists with a list of these movies. I cannot find a single website except pictures of movies rated m and that is very inaccurate. It will be very hard to complete the ratings portion of the checklist without this. End of rant!
Hmmm, yeah, it does look like some are missing. The checklist links show 17 M rated and 48 GP, but that includes TV shows and some unreleased titles. Almost positive the lists were slightly larger in the past, but not by much. Unsure of any backup resources, makes me wish I had taken screenshots in the past, as those lists shouldn't change.
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Not sure if this is exactly what you meant by that comment, but does anyone else have serious problems with their mobile device browsers on some of these threads? My iPad is fairly old, version 4 I guess, and barely loads this thread, often crashing over and over to the point of unusability. Chad's last results thread was completely unloadable for me on iOS. All other dvdtalk threads work fine; it's just that Chad is too awesome for my device.
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Originally Posted by orlmac View Post
Before my rant I want to compliment Chad for the excellent looking subset/theme listing this year. You always outdo yourself. But now I have to rant about IMDB. I know some (maybe just one person) does a little bit with this website but I am hoping someone knows why they have decided that all of the M and GP rated films back in the 60's and early 70's were never rated M or GP. There is a grand total of 10 M rated films showing up now when I do an advanced search on that. I know that history is fluid in some peoples eyes but I know that there were movies rated m and gp and that has been erased from their history on IMDB. Does anyone have any idea of a website that still exists with a list of these movies. I cannot find a single website except pictures of movies rated m and that is very inaccurate. It will be very hard to complete the ratings portion of the checklist without this. End of rant!
As far as I can tell, here's a complete list of all of the movies that the IMDB has labeled as "horror" AND have an "M" rating:

Blood Demon (a.k.a. Torture Chamber of Dr. Sadism)
Blood of Dracula’s Castle
Dunwich Horror, The
Eye of the Cat
Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed
Mad Doctor of Blood Island
Mad Room, The
Nightmare in Wax
Oblong Box, The
Psycho
(1969 re-release)
Scream and Scream Again
Witchmaker, The


How did I get this list? I first started at IMDB and pulled up this list:

http://www.imdb.com/search/title?cer...1&ref_=adv_prv

Everything past entry #186 is not useful, as it's all TV and game ratings. I then went through and checked to make sure which films were listed as horror films. Once I had those, I felt that I needed a back-up source of one kind or another, so I checked the titles against the CARA (the Classification and Rating Administration; the branch of the MPAA that actually assigns ratings) database (www.filmratings.com) and against the eMoviePoster.com auction history database (http://www.emovieposter.com/agallery/archive.html), which has images of over a million movie posters, pressbooks, etc. that they've auctioned over the past two decades. As long as any two of the sources said that the film had been rated "M," I listed it. I also checked the CARA database for other "M" films by selecting each year from 1968 to 1970 individually and setting the rating to "M." I didn't turn up anything using that method that the IMDB list didn't already have.

As far as your assertion that Barbarella was rated "M," I can't find any proof of that. The original release posters DO bear a "Suggested for mature audiences" slug by the approval seal, but they DON'T bear the "M" rating...so I think that Barbarella might have come out just prior to the implementation of the rating system and didn't receive an actual rating (of "PG") until its re-release in 1977. But that's conjecture on my part.

I hope this helps; I'd love to tackle the "GP" issue, but I don't have time at the moment.
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So since no one has volunteered, I've started working on a 2016 results thread. It'll just be a lame list like I did last year, nothing special. But still have several hours of work left on it over the next day or three, so if anyone else is working on one tell me now so I don't waste more time.

Also, on the M and GP ratings thing, a bored person could research old threads to perhaps find more titles. I'm sure at least a couple people per year used one in their list checklist, and I bet that the year we added the ratings to the expanded checklist we probably discussed and even typed out full lists of qualifying films.
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I hope this helps; I'd love to tackle the "GP" issue, but I don't have time at the moment.
Okay, I lied...I took the time to come up with a list of "GP"-rated films. And here we go:

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Abominable Dr. Phibes, The
And Soon the Darkness
Astro-Zombies, The
Beast of Blood
Bigfoot
Bird with the Crystal Plumage, The
Blood and Lace
Blood of the Man Devil
(retitled 1971 re-release of House of the Black Death)
Blood Thirst
Brain of Blood
Brotherhood of Satan, The
Cat oíNine Tails
Cauldron of Blood
Count Yorga, Vampire
Creature with the Blue Hand
Creatures the World Forgot
Crimson Cult, The
Crucible of Horror

Cry of the Banshee
Curse of the Vampires
Dracula vs. Frankenstein
Equinox
Frankensteinís Bloody Terror
Hatchet for the Honeymoon, A
Horror House
Horror of the Blood Monsters
House of Dark Shadows
House of Wax
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House That Dripped Blood, The
House That Screamed, The
Incredible Two-Headed Transplant, The
Island of the Burning Damned
Letís Scare Jessica to Death
Mark of the Witch
Murders in the Rue Morgue
Night of Dark Shadows
Night Visitor, The
Return of Count Yorga, The
Son of Blob
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Trog
Vampire People
Who Slew Auntie Roo?
Willard


I hope that this helps somebody out.
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...and while I'm at it, here are a few G-rated horror movies:

Creature from the Black Lagoon
Curse of the Blood-Ghouls
Destroy All Monsters
Dracula Has Risen from the Grave
Godzilla on Monster Island
(a.k.a. Godzilla vs. Gigan)
Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster
Green Slime, The
It Came from Outer Space

Legend of Boggy Creek, The
Maltese Bippy, The
Vampire Beast Craves Blood, The
(a.k.a. The Blood Beast Terror)
War of the Gargantuas

This list is by no means complete; it's just a few to start things off with. If anyone can add more, we could probably keep these lists around as resources for future OHMCs.
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My friends are trained for this time of year. They come over every Sunday for TV night. They're actually here now. Anyway, we're caught up with most of our stuff. We only have two shows on the DVR, one of which is Fear the Walking Dead. I asked which they wanted to watch, and they told me that we should watch the other one since we can watch Fear during October.

Yep, I think they're ready for the challenge as well. They were talking about doing a Cat People night.
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In preparation for next month, I arranged my Netflix queue, added a few new movies, and for next month, even upgraded my DVD plan from 2 DVDs up to 3.
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We only have two shows on the DVR, one of which is Fear the Walking Dead.
I'll be doing AHS, Exorcist, Z Nation (Still willing to continue with this) and Walking Dead (Still undecided if I'll binge Stranger Things or not) and it's too bad about Ash/Evil Dead-S3 not being around this Fall. That was THE show that I loved watching most in between movies.

And thanks for the G/GP lists, Rbrown!
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Finally finished my banner! It is a little rough but I am getting better (mostly as a result of DVDTalk challenges!)

Got a ton of movies to watch and I am super excited for dusk on September 30th!

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I'll be doing AHS, Exorcist, Z Nation (Still willing to continue with this) and Walking Dead (Still undecided if I'll binge Stranger Things or not) and it's too bad about Ash/Evil Dead-S3 not being around this Fall. That was THE show that I loved watching most in between movies.

And thanks for the G/GP lists, Rbrown!
I'm excited about season 2 of Exorcist. I can't believe we're getting one! I binged Stranger Things last challenge. If I make a big dent on my unwatched pile, I might go for season 2.
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Finally finished my banner! It is a little rough but I am getting better (mostly as a result of DVDTalk challenges!)
Got a ton of movies to watch and I am super excited for dusk on September 30th!
I see Fats! That's great. And is that The Tingler crawling up the wall?

I pulled all my movies today and got them organized. Once again I have way too many "first-time-view" films so the real challenge will be trying to get thru them all.
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Just noticed this is my 10th year participating in the challenge!

I had participated before then as well for a few years before that as well, but only lurked never made an account. Incredibly glad I didn't stay away for too long!

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Yep, I think they're ready for the challenge as well. They were talking about doing a Cat People night.
Just in case you were planning to watch The Curse of the Cat People, be warned that while it is a very good movie, it is not really a horror film. Of course, I don't have anything against people counting it, but I just wanted to mention it as I felt pretty disappointed when I first saw it, as I was expecting more of a horror element (or any horror element, for that matter!).
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Just noticed this is my 10th year participating in the challenge!

I had participated before then as well for a few years before that as well, but only lurked never made an account. Incredibly glad I didn't stay away for too long!



Just in case you were planning to watch The Curse of the Cat People, be warned that while it is a very good movie, it is not really a horror film. Of course, I don't have anything against people counting it, but I just wanted to mention it as I felt pretty disappointed when I first saw it, as I was expecting more of a horror element (or any horror element, for that matter!).
It's challenge 10 for me as well. Hard to believe.

I've seen Curse of the Cat People. The inclusion of that one is still in doubt. My friends really wanted to see the remake and original.
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Spent a few hours organizing the checklist, and trying to put a few ideas down on Sunday.

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Yep, I think they're ready for the challenge as well. They were talking about doing a Cat People night.
Noticed that An American Werewolf in London was on last night. I hadn't seen the movie in it's entirety since the early 80's when I first saw it. I was really quite amazed how well the makeup and effects have held up over the years.
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As far as your assertion that Barbarella was rated "M," I can't find any proof of that. The original release posters DO bear a "Suggested for mature audiences" slug by the approval seal, but they DON'T bear the "M" rating...so I think that Barbarella might have come out just prior to the implementation of the rating system and didn't receive an actual rating (of "PG") until its re-release in 1977. But that's conjecture on my part.
Speaking of Barbarella, if I'd had a chance to see it in 1977, with a PG rating and being in grade 7, I'd have gone to see those first 5 minutes about a hundred times! Can't think of a sexier nude scene in a PG movie!

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Just in case you were planning to watch The Curse of the Cat People, be warned that while it is a very good movie, it is not really a horror film. Of course, I don't have anything against people counting it, but I just wanted to mention it as I felt pretty disappointed when I first saw it, as I was expecting more of a horror element (or any horror element, for that matter!).
I agree with the disappointment of unmet expectations from this film. I need to watch it again now to rate it on its own merit rather than on what I wanted it to be.
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It's not even October, and I've had our first equipment failure of the Challenge. My phone died today. Luckily I still have my tablet and laptop, so it won't keep me from the forums.
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As I obsessively formulate my attack plan for October, I've found a couple movies that I definitely want to watch that I can't seem to find anywhere but Shudder. Does anyone have any experience with them and know whether it would be best to subscribe through their site or Amazon? Mainly concerned about ease of cancellation, as I only really want it for the challenge.
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As I obsessively formulate my attack plan for October, I've found a couple movies that I definitely want to watch that I can't seem to find anywhere but Shudder. Does anyone have any experience with them and know whether it would be best to subscribe through their site or Amazon? Mainly concerned about ease of cancellation, as I only really want it for the challenge.
If you go through Roku, you can easily cancel from the Subscriptions sub page on your account page on the Roku website.
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Shudder is also part of a ten channel bundle called VLR or something. $9 a month, but has a generous 30 day free trial last I looked.
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If by some chance you missed it (you didn't), the subset threads went up last night.

The links are now included in the hybrid table too.

And for the newbies...

You can always find the optional tables though the links on the first post (here and here), going directly to post #2, in the first post of the list thread, and the upcoming blurb in the headlines section of the upper-middle portion of this very page as well as the DVD Talk newsletter. If you can't find them, you're not looking hard enough.
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Shudder is also part of a ten channel bundle called VLR or something. $9 a month, but has a generous 30 day free trial last I looked.
Found it.
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