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Re: 100 Movies. 31 Days. The 16th Annual "October Horror Movie Challenge" (10/1 - 10/31)

I ended up with a total of 68 all first time views. My favorite was The Beast And The Magic Sword. I'm thinking about moving 80 kilometers so I can get in on all these draws. See you guys next year.

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My top surprises from first watches this time:
Shakma - I actually rather enjoyed this. I expected to hate it and be bored 5 minutes in. Maybe it was McDowell getting me through the beginning, but it held my attention.
#Alive - I thought this would be either really boring or really over the top. In the end it was actually rather engaging to watch this small focus of coping with the emerging zombie apocalypse.
Pale Blood - I feel like I missed something here. I remembered the Shock Waves podcast talking about it positively, but I was honestly just pretty bored with it.
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I finished with 145 movies watched, which is my third highest total of the 16 OHMCs I've participated in. 131 of those were FTVs (the most for me for any OHMC). As for my favorite FTVs, I'll say Saturday Morning Mystery (2012), Corpse Mania (1981), Chawz (2009), and Splinter (2008).
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I finished my 11th challenge with 119 movies, 82 were first time views. This was my second highest total. Also, I completed the theme nights. As usual I quickly fell behind in reading the posts here. I really need to figure out how to keep up so I can post more. In any case, I had a great time and I want to say a big Thank You to Chad for all the effort he puts into this.

Blu = 61 Streaming = 17 DVD = 41

1930s (5), 1940s (3), 1950s (2), 1960s (5), 1970s (23), 1980s (47), 1990s (16), 2000s (8), 2010s (11), 2020s (0)

My favorite FTVs were:

The Other (1972)
Next of Kin (1982)
The Possession of Michael King (2014)

My favorite re-watches were:

The Cat People (1942)
The Changeling (1989)
Black Christmas (1974)

I didn't run into anything totally unwatchable but folks who enjoy good movie making might want to avoid Legacy of Satan (1974), Bog (1979), and Deadly Instinct (1997).

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Re: 100 Movies. 31 Days. The 16th Annual "October Horror Movie Challenge" (10/1 - 10/31)

Originally Posted by alyxstarr
So like just a straight "one entry per participant" drawing? Or one drawing, but a person could have more than one entry in it if they fell into any of the usual prize categories? (e.g., if someone watched 100+ films and it's their 5th+ time participating, they'd be on the drawing list three times -- once for just participating, and two more for the "extra" stuff.) That would increase the odds slightly for anyone who met any of those goals, without having to guarantee a separate prize for each category.

Regardless, I'd put in a bid for emphasizing "most impressive list" -- some of you people put a ton of thought/effort/creativity into your lists, and I like seeing that celebrated -- by either reserving one prize just for that winner, or giving them multiple extra entries into the main drawing.

Originally Posted by orlmac
As far as passing out the remaining prizes that are available I think we should do it in the simplest way possible for Chad's sake with the suggestion that people who hit certain criteria (like breaking 100, finishing the subset, etc.) get extra chances for a prize. I do think whoever has the best looking list should automatically win a prize.
I'll be more than happy to go the latter route and give multiple entries as long as the stats are posted by 11/8 (preferably in this thread). The same goes with reserving a prize package for the best list winner. We just need more people casting a vote. Last year there was only 10 people who sent PMs with their pick, which has the been the case for the past two years. I would appreciate getting a little more feedback on this, too.
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Originally Posted by Chad
I'll be more than happy to go the latter route and give multiple entries as long as the stats are posted by 11/8 (preferably in this thread). The same goes with reserving a prize package for the best list winner. We just need more people casting a vote. Last year there was only 10 people who sent PMs with their pick, which has the been the case for the past two years. I would appreciate getting a little more feedback on this, too.
All of the above sounds good. Isn't that as per usual though? Best list winner for sure. Entry for 100+, entry for watching 2 movies in the subset and theme. Checklist?

And anyone else feel CHAD really deserves something special??
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Finished up my list, I didn't get a lot of time at the end of the month but I did enjoy getting in the movies I did. A fun challenge as always!

Originally Posted by IBJoel
What was everyone's favorite first-time horror movie watch, this October?
Midsommar (2019)
The VVitch (2015)
A Good Woman Is Hard to Find (2019)
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Re: 100 Movies. 31 Days. The 16th Annual "October Horror Movie Challenge" (10/1 - 10/31)

Originally Posted by Voorheeshulk
All of the above sounds good. Isn't that as per usual though? Best list winner for sure. Entry for 100+, entry for watching 2 movies in the subset and theme. Checklist?

And anyone else feel CHAD really deserves something special??
I think these are a good way to go. Yes, if I met Chad, I would probably give him a hug....

This is my seventh challenge. My stats are as follows:
BLU-RAY 52 (44%)
DVD 10 (8%)
STREAMING 56 (47%)
FIRST TIME VIEW 102 (86%)


My wife's top films for the challenge were: Frankenhooker, Frozen and The Loved Ones. I was surprised by Frankenhooker and The Loved Ones.

I would also like to thank Chad for doing all the heavy lifting for the challenge, and at times herding cats.

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MY 2020 STATS:
Note that these stats are just for the actual October challenge (not the "pre-" or "pre-pre-show")

This is my 15th challenge.

Personal Goals Revisted:
• Beat my previous OHMC "High Score" (2019: 34.75) YES
• Watch at least ONE Halloween or horror related movie/show/etc per day in October: Of course not. But getting closer.
• Watch more movies that I've never seen before: 10, which means about 1/3 of my viewings were new... so that's not bad.
• Be more involved enough in the discussion of movies/lists: NOPE. Although I haven't really contributed much to any DVDTalk threads/discussions this year.

Past Results:
2006: 23
2007: 29
2008: 13
2009: 26
2010: 17
2011: 14
2012: 28
2013: 9.75
2014: 22.75
2015: 20.75
2016: 22.5
2017: 23.5
2018: 26.75
2019: 34.75


2020 FINAL NUMBER: 38.5 which makes this my best year.

First Time Viewings:: 10

Decades Viewed:
1930s: 1
1940s: 0
1950s: 2
1960s: 3
1970s: 1
1980s: 13
1990s: 5
2000s: 5
2010s: 6
2020s: 4

Formats Viewed:
Blu-ray: 19
DVD: 4
4K/UHD: 20
Live TV/DVR/OnDemand: 2
Streaming: 13.5

Checklists Completed: 0
Checklist Categories Completed: 10 categories completed. 70 total checkmarks. I don't think I'll ever complete the whole checklist... or at least enough for it to count... but it's still fun to cross-reference and see what I did get.
Theme Nights Viewed: 6 (all coincidental )
Subset Films Viewed: 2 (again, all coincidental )
Random Stats: I know my numbers pale in comparison to most of you, but I broke my own previous record of 34.75 (2019) with 38.5!
I probably would have gotten more but our annual 4 day conference in California was converted to 8 days of online lectures spread over two weeks.
You'll all be happy to know that the overtime I accumulated went towards a new toilet for the bathroom off of the family room and a new faucet for the kitchen sink.
Adulting sucks.

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Originally Posted by Voorheeshulk
All of the above sounds good. Isn't that as per usual though? Best list winner for sure. Entry for 100+, entry for watching 2 movies in the subset and theme. Checklist?

And anyone else feel CHAD really deserves something special??
I agree that Chad deserves something special. I would definitely be in favor of him having his pick of the prizes. It wouldn't begin to be enough for all of his hard work.
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Originally Posted by Chad
I'll be more than happy to go the latter route and give multiple entries as long as the stats are posted by 11/8 (preferably in this thread). The same goes with reserving a prize package for the best list winner. We just need more people casting a vote. Last year there was only 10 people who sent PMs with their pick, which has the been the case for the past two years. I would appreciate getting a little more feedback on this, too.
I like your original idea of randomly picking among participants. Although it might be good to have an 'opt in' or other way of weeding out people who aren't interested or active (mostly because they wouldn't be around to claim a prize) - maybe something like 'to participate make any post in this thread between 11/1-11/8, preferably your summary info' or even a 'finalize you lists to be included.'
Thank you for all the hosting and trivia coordination.

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Originally Posted by Undeadcow
I like your original idea of randomly picking among participants. Although it might be good to have an 'opt in' or other way of weeding out people who aren't interested or active (mostly because they wouldn't be around to claim a prize) - maybe something like 'to participate make any post in this thread between 11/1-11/8, preferably your summary info' or even a 'finalize you lists to be included.'
Thank you for all the hosting and trivia coordination.
I agree
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Originally Posted by orlmac
I agree that Chad deserves something special. I would definitely be in favor of him having his pick of the prizes. It wouldn't begin to be enough for all of his hard work.
Agreed. It should just be a given that Chad gets his pick every year, even if it meant one less contest. Not because "I am the moderator of this challenge so what I say goes" but because he deserves it for all of his hard work. He truly makes it a group effort, taking all of our ideas and suggestions to heart and putting on one hell of a great, organized event.

Originally Posted by Undeadcow
I like your original idea of randomly picking among participants. Although it might be good to have an 'opt in' or other way of weeding out people who aren't interested or active (mostly because they wouldn't be around to claim a prize) - maybe something like 'to participate make any post in this thread between 11/1-11/8, preferably your summary info' or even a 'finalize you lists to be included.'
Thank you for all the hosting and trivia coordination.
That's a great idea!
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Originally Posted by orlmac
I agree that Chad deserves something special. I would definitely be in favor of him having his pick of the prizes. It wouldn't begin to be enough for all of his hard work.
if he doesnt want to take a prize, maybe anyone who wants chip in, even a buck, and get him credit at Hamilton Books.
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Official Contest Period Only: (but don't include me in any draws because I'm in Canada)
Total count: 68
FTV: 53
Theme Day viewings: 39
Subsets viewed: 14

Favorite first time view goes to Psycho Goreman. When you folks get a chance to see this, don't miss the opportunity! I was able to see it at a one-night only event put on by one of my city's film festivals. I also finally got around to seeing Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Re-Animator! They lived up to all the hype. I also really enjoyed the two giallos I watched, What Have You Done To Solange? and The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh.

Favorite rewatches would have to be Under the Skin, Let the Right One In and Army of Darkness (probably because I finally got to see it on the big screen).

I hope you all had as good a time as I did! Much like last year, I think I'll be continuing to watch horrors well into November since I haven't quite had my fill yet!

"See" you all next year!
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My List is Done!

My 11th Horror Challenge Results!

Total = 105
73 = First Time Views

10 Favorite First Time Views
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Bad Girls From Valley High (2005)
The Comeback (1978)
Croczilla (2012)
Ghost Graduation (2012)
Innocent Prey (1989)
Keepsake (2008)
Kiss Of The Damned (2012)
The Mansion Of The Ghost Cat (1958)
Primal (2019)
Stage Fright (2014)

5 Least Favorite First Time Views:
Alien Beasts (1991)
The Clown Murders (1976)
Flesh Feast (1970)
Frankenstein Meets The Spacemonster (1964)
Truth Or Dare?: A Critical Madness (1986)

Decades!
1930s = 6
1950s = 8
1960s = 7
1970s = 11
1980s = 12
1990s = 10
2000s = 7
2010s = 26
Not sure where to put these? = 3

TV Stuff
Commander USA's Groovie Movies = 7
Mystery Science Theater 3000 = 4
Joe Bob Specials = 3
Saturday Night Live = 1

How I Watched!
My DVDs = 18
YouTube = 44
On The Air: HBO = 1
On The Air: NBC = 1
AMC on Demand = 8
FXM Retro on Demand = 1
IFC on Demand = 4
Showtime on Demand = 3
Shudder on Demand = 10
Starz on Demand = 3
Syfy on Demand = 2
TCM on Demand = 9
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11th year participating, 11th year hitting 100+. Theme Days complete, checklist not even close.


Number of 1st time views:
97 out of 108 – 89.8% vs. (2019 – 78.9%)

Number of 1st time drinks:
17 out of 31 – 54.8% vs. (2019 – 39.2%)

Number of titles viewed with wife or daughter:
31 out of 108 – 28.7% vs. (2019 – 16.5%)











Most watched Sub-Genre / Type
1). Comedy / Spoof – 29 out of 108 – (27%)
2). Ghost / Haunting – 27 out of 108 – (25%)
3). Slasher / Psycho / Homicidal Maniac – 22 out of 108 – (20%)
4). Witchcraft / Satanic / Religious – 20 out of 108 – (19%)
5). One Word Titles – 15 out of 108 – (14%)

Highest Rated First Time Views
(4.5 out of 5 or better)

Final Girls – 4.5
#Alive – 5
VFW – 4.5
Twisted Tale: The Unmaking Of Spookies – 4.5
Thirst – 4.5
Commentary For The Hollywood Strangler Meets The Skid Row Slasher – 5
Color Out Of Space - 4.5
Commentary For The Satanist – 4.5

Notable 4's
The Invisible Man
The Haunting Of Bly Manor
Little Evil
Scare Package

My Lowest Rated Titles Of The Challenge
(1.5 out of 5 or lower (1 being the lowest possible score))

Invasion Of The Scream Queens – 1.5
Gore Whore – 1.5
2nd Commentary For Jason X – 1
Awaken The Devil – 1
The Dismembered – 1.5
Commentary For Amityville II: The Possession – 1
Late Fee – 1
The Zombie King – 1.5



Best Oktoberfest Beer:
Hacker Pschorr: Oktoberfest Marzen

Best Pumpkin Beer:
Elysian Brewing Company: The Great Pumpkin



Best Melting Scene
Scare Package
Runner Up
Street Trash

Best Musical Sequence
The Lure

Most Unintentionally Hilarious Scene
Evil crab attack from The House Where Evil Dwells

Least Desirable Body Horror
Merging in Color Out Of Space
Runner Up
Transforming into a real actress from Starry Eyes

Biggest Real Life Yikes
Kane Hodder talking about his near fatal burn

Most Cringe
Ghostheads
Runner Up
My Mom’s a Werewolf

Featurette Better Than The Feature
Twisted Tale: The Unmaking Of Spookies

Best 3D Gimmickry
Amityville 3-D

WTF Award
Beyond The Black Rainbow
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Originally Posted by Darkgod
if he doesnt want to take a prize, maybe anyone who wants chip in, even a buck, and get him credit at Hamilton Books.
I've received the benefit of Chad's hard work in managing this thread many years at this point. For me, throwing in a buck or two even for every year I've joined in would be a bargain for what I've received.
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I really appreciate the kind words from everyone, but no rewards necessary. In fact, Rich already offered earlier and I politely declined.

Originally Posted by Undeadcow
I like your original idea of randomly picking among participants. Although it might be good to have an 'opt in' or other way of weeding out people who aren't interested or active (mostly because they wouldn't be around to claim a prize) - maybe something like 'to participate make any post in this thread between 11/1-11/8, preferably your summary info' or even a 'finalize you lists to be included.'
Thank you for all the hosting and trivia coordination.
Sounds good. Also probably something I should've enacted ages ago. Not to mention it'll help ensure the winners will meet the deadline.

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I'm thinking about moving 80 kilometers so I can get in on all these draws.

Originally Posted by pacaway
(but don't include me in any draws because I'm in Canada)
I'm fairly certain the IB prize packs aren't limited to just US residents. At least they haven't been in the past.
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A few reminders for the 3 "Mystery Pack" giveaways that's been slightly revised. Two of them will be 'everyone' drawings (w/ additional entries for the usual categories). One of them will be reserved for the 'best list' winner.

Let me know you're interested by posting in here between 10/1 - 10/8.
Whether it's with your list stats or just to drop by and say hi.

'Best List' voting is open. Please vote!
Lots of time and effort have been put into them, so your vote would be very much appreciated.

List stats are due by 11/8 (to qualify for the extra entries).
Categories for additional entries include '100 & Over', '50 & Over', '10 or More Challenges', '15 or More Challenges' and the completion of the subset, checklist and theme lists (1 entry for each completed).

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List is done!

Total Films Watched: 23

Best Full-Length Feature: (TIE) Memories of Murder (2003) & Possessor (2020)
Best Short Film: (TIE) Milk Teeth (2020), Great Choice (2017) & Stuck (2020)
Best Scares: (TIE) Abracitos (2020) & Followed (2018)
Best Gore: (TIE) American Guinea Pig: Bouquet of Guts & Gore (2014), Guinea Pig: Flower of Flesh & Blood (1985)
Best First-Time-Viewing: Chubbies (2014)
Best Repeat Viewing:Memories of Murder (2003)
Best 'WTF' Moment:Dark Web XXX (2018)
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What's a wild card used for again? If we've missed watching something on a subset, checklist etc...?
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It’s hard for me to do stats without a computer, but I’m here to say I had a lot of fun. Still thinking about horror too.
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my best list vote goes to Sterling Ben
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This was my 8th year participating and I did better than I thought I would. I even beat my total from last year and I wasn't even trying.

Total Viewings: 108
First Time Viewings: 87
Theme Nights: Complete
Checklist: Complete
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