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Re: 100 Movies. 31 Days. The 19th Annual "October Horror Movie Challenge" (10/1 - 10/31)

Everyone, our September Challenge is now live, and could easily be all horror films.

It’s our Art House and Indie Challenge, the old Criterion one. All Arrow titles count, all Criterion, all Powerhouse/Indicator, and so many more. Come get your pre-game on!

https://forum.dvdtalk.com/dvd-talk/6...year-15-a.html
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Thanks for all the work, Chad!

Can we all just go ahead and agree to have this Challenge start in September and just run through the end of October? I think that makes all your hard work even more worth it!
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Originally Posted by Trevor
Everyone, our September Challenge is now live, and could easily be all horror films.

It’s our Art House and Indie Challenge, the old Criterion one. All Arrow titles count, all Criterion, all Powerhouse/Indicator, and so many more. Come get your pre-game on!

https://forum.dvdtalk.com/dvd-talk/6...year-15-a.html
Someone specifically mentioned being able to use their Horror Roulette movie for the challenge
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Thanks for all the work, Chad!

Can we all just go ahead and agree to have this Challenge start in September and just run through the end of October? I think that makes all your hard work even more worth it!
If you want more, just reach into Crom Crauch's Zhongyuan Mystery Box in the Roulette thread
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If you want more, just reach into Crom Crauch's Zhongyuan Mystery Box in the Roulette thread
Already have my friend. Sticking my hand in that mystery box was almost as scary as taking the Wood Beast Challenge from Flash Gordon...but I survived!
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Vinegar Syndrome Labor Day sale is live

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Couldn’t resist and picked up the two sale 4Ks, Beastmaster and Incredible Melting Man, along with some of the ~$11 limited slipcover horror titles.

Considering the September bundle, but figure most of them will be $10-11 in a future sale.

Really tempted by Gorgo 4k, but hate paying even close to that price for a single film.
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4... count them 4 Last Drive In Specials...


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4... count them 4 Last Drive In Specials...
I wonder if that means they'll eventually play the Halloween III showing from Memphis?

My only complaint is Shudder dropped the ball and didn't do a Friday the 13th special, which means there's some rearranging to do. This is what I've come up with, and keep in mind all the theme/subset dates have yet to be assigned:

- Joe Bob breaks free from Friday the 13th and moves to 10/20 for his own theme with Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives staying put.

- Martin ditches Lugosi's birthday (10/20) and moves to The Horror Show Guide on 10/4.

- Alone in the Dark (formerly Show, 10/4) moves to 10/20 with Joe Bob (temporarily because he hasn't covered it).

- Possession (formerly TCM, 10/6) moves to Passport of Terror on 10/24 (Covers France and/or Germany since it was a co-production).

- Strangler vs Strangler (formerly Passport, 10/24) moves to TCM (10/6) temporarily.

- Alone in the Dark moves to RIP TCM Underground (10/6).

- Strangler vs Strangler moves to Joe Bob's new spot on 10/20 because he has covered it.

Of course that means no vampire film or theme on 10/20, but we currently have a couple of vampire films already, and more importantly nothing is lost.

In other words, Strangler vs Strangler is the new Joe Bob pick because it's the only film he's covered on the list that covers enough themes to move everything around without having to add another subset.

Before I make the changes, please let me know - Is that alright with everyone?

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Wow, that is a lot of work to fix Shudder not doing a Friday the 13th special but it's good that it all works out for the themes/subsets films. Now if Shudder would just add Strangler vs. Strangler back to their lineup everything would work! Once again, thank you for all the work you do to make everything work for this Challenge!
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Screambox streaming service will increase their subscription prices starting in October. The new prices will be $7/month or $60/annual.

So if you want to sign-up for the challenge, do it now. You can still get their current rates $5/month, $15/6mos, or $27/annual.

https://www.screambox.com/plans

I don't use it as much as Shudder, but they have some good stuff.
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im good with those changes
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Re: 100 Movies. 31 Days. The 19th Annual "October Horror Movie Challenge" (10/1 - 10/31)

Originally Posted by TheBigDave
Screambox streaming service will increase their subscription prices starting in October. The new prices will be $7/month or $60/annual.

So if you want to sign-up for the challenge, do it now. You can still get their current rates $5/month, $15/6mos, or $27/annual.

https://www.screambox.com/plans

I don't use it as much as Shudder, but they have some good stuff.
Tempting. Any originals or just other's content?
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I wonder if that means they'll eventually play the Halloween III showing from Memphis?

My only complaint is Shudder dropped the ball and didn't do a Friday the 13th special, which means there's some rearranging to do. This is what I've come up with, and keep in mind all the theme/subset dates have yet to be assigned:

- Joe Bob breaks free from Friday the 13th and moves to 10/20 for his own theme with Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives staying put.

- Martin ditches Lugosi's birthday (10/20) and moves to The Horror Show Guide on 10/4.

- Alone in the Dark (formerly Show, 10/4) moves to 10/20 with Joe Bob (temporarily because he hasn't covered it).

- Possession (formerly TCM, 10/6) moves to Passport of Terror on 10/24 (Covers France and/or Germany since it was a co-production).

- Strangler vs Strangler (formerly Passport, 10/24) moves to TCM (10/6) temporarily.

- Alone in the Dark moves to RIP TCM Underground (10/6).

- Strangler vs Strangler moves to Joe Bob's new spot on 10/20 because he has covered it.

Of course that means no vampire film or theme on 10/20, but we currently have a couple of vampire films already, and more importantly nothing is lost.

In other words, Strangler vs Strangler is the new Joe Bob pick because it's the only film he's covered on the list that covers enough themes to move everything around without having to add another subset.

Before I make the changes, please let me know - Is that alright with everyone?
I admire your creativity -- and appreciate that you managed to work within the constraints of already-selected subset films.

Drive-In Theater episodes seem to be a lot harder to find than Monstervision episodes. But I did find JBB's intro/outro from the S vs. S episode, and have the English dub (in addition to the original Serbian/Serbo-Croatian). So for anyone who would like to, you will be able to sort of re-create the experience (jholmes, I'm looking at you ). I'll also still upload the Monstervision ep of F13 Part VI, of course, since I already have it on hand.
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Originally Posted by TheBigDave
Screambox streaming service will increase their subscription prices starting in October. The new prices will be $7/month or $60/annual.

So if you want to sign-up for the challenge, do it now. You can still get their current rates $5/month, $15/6mos, or $27/annual.

https://www.screambox.com/plans

I don't use it as much as Shudder, but they have some good stuff.
What the quality? All HD or do they do any 4K? Just stereo or any 5.1 or Atmos?

Just curious but I will likely sign up before the price change. $28 isn't bad for a year of access.
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Tempting. Any originals or just other's content?
It's mostly licensed stuff. There's quite a bit of crossover with Shudder and Arrow's streaming services. They have a few titles labeled "Screambox Original" but I don't know if they actually produce anything or just get an exclusive license.

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What the quality? All HD or do they do any 4K? Just stereo or any 5.1 or Atmos?
I've read that they stream at 1080p. I don't know about the audio. I would guess it's probably just stereo.
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Many thanks again to Alyxstarr for all the effort at helping people track down subset films, and extra content for the full experience!
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What the quality? All HD or do they do any 4K? Just stereo or any 5.1 or Atmos?

Just curious but I will likely sign up before the price change. $28 isn't bad for a year of access.
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It's mostly licensed stuff. There's quite a bit of crossover with Shudder and Arrow's streaming services. They have a few titles labeled "Screambox Original" but I don't know if they actually produce anything or just get an exclusive license.



I've read that they stream at 1080p. I don't know about the audio. I would guess it's probably just stereo.
They get good documentaries, as well as some good premiers. Terrifier 2 debuted there.
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Svengoolie is pulling a Joe Bob and going double feature in October.
https://www.metv.com/stories/its-all...l-october-long
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I wonder if that means they'll eventually play the Halloween III showing from Memphis?

My only complaint is Shudder dropped the ball and didn't do a Friday the 13th special, which means there's some rearranging to do. This is what I've come up with, and keep in mind all the theme/subset dates have yet to be assigned:

- Joe Bob breaks free from Friday the 13th and moves to 10/20 for his own theme with Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives staying put.

- Martin ditches Lugosi's birthday (10/20) and moves to The Horror Show Guide on 10/4.

- Alone in the Dark (formerly Show, 10/4) moves to 10/20 with Joe Bob (temporarily because he hasn't covered it).

- Possession (formerly TCM, 10/6) moves to Passport of Terror on 10/24 (Covers France and/or Germany since it was a co-production).

- Strangler vs Strangler (formerly Passport, 10/24) moves to TCM (10/6) temporarily.

- Alone in the Dark moves to RIP TCM Underground (10/6).

- Strangler vs Strangler moves to Joe Bob's new spot on 10/20 because he has covered it.

Of course that means no vampire film or theme on 10/20, but we currently have a couple of vampire films already, and more importantly nothing is lost.

In other words, Strangler vs Strangler is the new Joe Bob pick because it's the only film he's covered on the list that covers enough themes to move everything around without having to add another subset.

Before I make the changes, please let me know - Is that alright with everyone?
I'm good. if people decide they want the full JBB, you can swap Possesion and Strangler vs Strangler. Svs would count for the passport, and Possesion was shown this season on TLDI and is still on there.
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I'm good. if people decide they want the full JBB, you can swap Possesion and Strangler vs Strangler. Svs would count for the passport, and Possesion was shown this season on TLDI and is still on there.
That honestly makes a lot more sense. I'm guessing the only reason I didn't originally include Possession was it just aired back in May, or I just didn't see what was right in front of my eyes. Whatever the case, I didn't take into account (as alyxstarr mentioned) how the Drive-In Theater episodes are harder to find in their entirety. The whole point of a subset with a Joe Bob theme is to have the option to see the film with, well, Joe Bob, so let's do this...

Strangler vs Strangler Possession will be the new Joe Bob pick ...unless someone can miraculously dig up the full SvS Drive-In Theater episode. And the former goes right back to where it came from. Things are currently being shuffled around to find assigned dates anyway, so it's just the nature of the beast.
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If anyone's a Scream fan, check out Scream: Legacy on Youtube. It's an excellent full-length fan film. It looks professionally done. It's got a good story that directly connects to the original trilogy. The effects look great. It has a legit soundtrack with decent songs. It's not quite theatrical quality. There's a few holes in the logic, and the acting's a little spotty. But it would be a decent direct-to-video sequel. If you like the Scream films, you'll really like it. The video on Youtube is 4K and looks great.

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Chad, I've got probably a dumb question but my OCD forces me to ask it - is it ok to watch the rifftrax version of Terror at Tenkiller for the subset/theme? Also, the Investigation link in the checklist is not working.
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