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

Originally Posted by orlmac
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.
It counts. Any alternative version be it Rifftrax, MST3K, Cinematic Titanic, Joe Bob, Elvira, Svengoolie, etc. ...it all counts.

And thanks for the head's up, it's fixed.
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Re: 100 Movies. 31 Days. The 19th Annual "October Horror Movie Challenge" (10/1 - 10/31)

Mondo Macabro has 3 upcoming sales...

Two red case LE titles on sale this Thursday, 11/14 @ Noon Eastern. Both 70s Japanese horror films - Curse of the Dog God (1977) and The Inferno (1979)

A flash sale on 10/20 with four releases. One includes the Indonesian horror film Special Silencers (1982)

The Halloween sale runs from 10/31 - 11/7.
Spoiler:
Every year we do a big Halloween Sale at the end of October, but this year there will also be a flash pre-order event before the actual sale itself! Here are the details ...

So this year we will have a really exciting FOUR release line up of new LE pre-orders (we talked about 5 but we dropped it to 4 so we didn't bite off more than we can chew)!

We've soft announced two of them previously - the utterly insane Indonesian horror film SPECIAL SILENCERS and the utterly sleazy French action/exploitation flick DEATH SQUAD. The former will be a single disc red case LE, but the latter will be a bit different.

The first 500 copies of DEATH SQUAD will be a super limited UHD/Blu combo pack! The 4K disc will feature only the film, while the Blu will have the film + all the extras. Once it sells out, this will only be a single Blu release in the usual red case.

But you'll ONLY be able to get the super limited UHD release as part of a bundle during a flash pre-sale that will happen on Friday, October 20! That's right, we'll be putting these four new releases (including the exclusive UHD of DEATH SQUAD) on sale ahead of the actual Halloween Sale itself. There will ONLY be 500 available and once these sell out the flash pre-sale will be over.

Then on Oct 31st, the Halloween Sale proper will begin! There will still be a bundle, but DEATH SQUAD will only be the single red case Blu at that point. You will also be able to buy each title individually at that time. Plus there will be an extensive sale and discounted shipping on our back catalog. The sale will run for one full week from October 31st to November 7th.


The Inferno (1979) original trailer:

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

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

Originally Posted by Chad
Amazon currently has the Spontaneous Blu-ray for $3.49.
Blind buy, why not? Thanks!
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Originally Posted by Chad
Mondo Macabro has 3 upcoming sales...

Two red case LE titles on sale this Thursday, 11/14 @ Noon Eastern. Both 70s Japanese horror films - Curse of the Dog God (1977) and The Inferno (1979)

A flash sale on 10/20 with four releases. One includes the Indonesian horror film Special Silencers (1982)

The Halloween sale runs from 10/31 - 11/7.
Spoiler:
Every year we do a big Halloween Sale at the end of October, but this year there will also be a flash pre-order event before the actual sale itself! Here are the details ...

So this year we will have a really exciting FOUR release line up of new LE pre-orders (we talked about 5 but we dropped it to 4 so we didn't bite off more than we can chew)!

We've soft announced two of them previously - the utterly insane Indonesian horror film SPECIAL SILENCERS and the utterly sleazy French action/exploitation flick DEATH SQUAD. The former will be a single disc red case LE, but the latter will be a bit different.

The first 500 copies of DEATH SQUAD will be a super limited UHD/Blu combo pack! The 4K disc will feature only the film, while the Blu will have the film + all the extras. Once it sells out, this will only be a single Blu release in the usual red case.

But you'll ONLY be able to get the super limited UHD release as part of a bundle during a flash pre-sale that will happen on Friday, October 20! That's right, we'll be putting these four new releases (including the exclusive UHD of DEATH SQUAD) on sale ahead of the actual Halloween Sale itself. There will ONLY be 500 available and once these sell out the flash pre-sale will be over.

Then on Oct 31st, the Halloween Sale proper will begin! There will still be a bundle, but DEATH SQUAD will only be the single red case Blu at that point. You will also be able to buy each title individually at that time. Plus there will be an extensive sale and discounted shipping on our back catalog. The sale will run for one full week from October 31st to November 7th.



The Inferno (1979) original trailer:

https://vimeo.com/862959828?share=co...M6N7Dr_kWdAzak
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Re: 100 Movies. 31 Days. The 19th Annual "October Horror Movie Challenge" (10/1 - 10/31)

Everyone, donít forget that our Indie/Art House nťe Criterion Challenge is active all September, and it seems like most of the films we talk about here qualify. Every Arrow, Mondo Macabre, Vinegar Syndrome, Scream Factory, Criterion horror release counts, and thousands more, I honestly donít fully understand what qualifies. Get your pre-game on and post your list/thoughts in the below list thread.

https://forum.dvdtalk.com/dvd-talk/6...year-15-a.html
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9cRV4_Qgew

I don't know exactly what "unscripted horror anthology series" means in this case, but having John Carpenter's name attached looks like a good reason to have Peacock this October.

https://bloody-disgusting.com/tv/377...2qdxxw5Jpc7IGA


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

If anyone subscribed to Screambox, and you're looking for something to watch, check out We Might Hurt Each Other. It's a pretty good slasher flick from Lithuania.

https://www.screambox.com/details/10...urt-Each-Other
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Originally Posted by TheBigDave
If anyone subscribed to Screambox, and you're looking for something to watch, check out We Might Hurt Each Other. It's a pretty good slasher flick from Lithuania.

https://www.screambox.com/details/10...urt-Each-Other
Youíre going to cost me $29 with these Screambox reminders Dave.

Also. Iím hoping for a Shudder deal before October, do your magic please.
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Also. Iím hoping for a Shudder deal before October, do your magic please.
There's a bunch of coupons for 30 Day Free Trials

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Going to give this a try this year, but with a little twist. Does anyone have any good lists showing the best/scariest 100 horror films of all time? Feel like a list like that would keep me motivated.

And any good horror movies on sale right now?
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Originally Posted by jacob_b
Going to give this a try this year, but with a little twist. Does anyone have any good lists showing the best/scariest 100 horror films of all time? Feel like a list like that would keep me motivated.

And any good horror movies on sale right now?
One of the more recent one's was Shudder's 101 Scariest Horror Movie Moments of All Time. And the actual eight-part series is still on Shudder. It's a fun watch if you have 6Ĺ hours to kill.

This one Paste Magazine did back in April isn't bad, and has slightly less mainstream picks than most.

Of course a lot of the top 100 lists tend to focus on the more mainstream side of things, but if you're looking for something on the more obscure side and just good b-movie fun the 100 Obscure Horror Trash! list is a good one.

As for sales the OrbitDVD 20th anniversary sale has some good deals. The discounts are shown in the cart.

And you can never go wrong with HamiltonBook. They just had a drop recently.

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Originally Posted by Chad
One of the more recent one's was Shudder's 101 Scariest Horror Movie Moments of All Time. And the actual eight-part series is still on Shudder. It's a fun watch if you have 6Ĺ hours to kill.

This one Paste Magazine did back in April isn't bad, and has slightly less mainstream picks than most.

Of course a lot of the top 100 lists tend to focus on the more mainstream side of things, but if you're looking for something on the more obscure side and just good b-movie fun the 100 Obscure Horror Trash! list is a good one.

As for sales the OrbitDVD 20th anniversary sale has some good deals. The discounts are shown in the cart.

And you can never go wrong with HamiltonBook. They just had a drop recently.
I think the Hamilton drop is tonight, and it looks like it's going to be a good one.

Yes, some very nice deals over at Orbit .
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Re: 100 Movies. 31 Days. The 19th Annual "October Horror Movie Challenge" (10/1 - 10/31)

I was stressing over where to end up ordering some of the UHD upgrades from the UK and ended up ordering for the first time from the Atomic Movie Store. It seems similar to Diabolik in that in specializes more on imports and more genre. The prices on the items I bought (Martin, It Follows, Crimes of the Future, Ringu, and Cat's Eye, all UHD) were comparable or lower than the places I found and with free shipping over $50. I ordered yesterday and already received a shipping notification. It might be an option for some people.

I keep wanting to order from Orbit, but they never seem to have the best prices on the items I'm actually needing. I'm looking forward to the Hamilton drop. There are supposed to be some price reductions as well.
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There are a ton of YouTube genre critics out there, but this guy is my favorite. Excellent synopsis writing with wit as sharp as an axe wielding maniac but also as dry as the Sahara, his commentary cracks me up. And where he finds some of these movies is totally beyond me. His videos may give even the most obscure horror movie viewers some new ones to check out or look for next month.

If you like these videos, you will love his other stuff. His James Bond, Terminator, Die Hard & Star Wars rip-off videos are simply breathtaking in scope and variety if you want to watch stuff other than horror.

He also has some shorter videos that focus on one movie, movie "star" or director. Also don't overlook his "Best Worst Vanity Projects" video. Simply some astounding stuff in it.

Here are a couple of samples.











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Iíve got a new way to watch movies now, since I got a PSP in the mail today. Now I just need to track down some horror UMDs to order.
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Originally Posted by Spiderbite
There are a ton of YouTube genre critics out there, but this guy is my favorite. Excellent synopsis writing with wit as sharp as an axe wielding maniac but also as dry as the Sahara, his commentary cracks me up. And where he finds some of these movies is totally beyond me. His videos may give even the most obscure horror movie viewers some new ones to check out or look for next month.
I totally want to search for all of these "movies" now!
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I totally want to search for all of these "movies" now!
Do it. I've watched a few of those (James Bond, Die Hard, and Jaws, I believe) and made a list of movies I hadn't seen as I was watching, then watched the movies I could find. It takes a little time, but it can be fun if you like having suggestions for things to watch, and you like low-budget and/or foreign knock-offs. I need to do it again, and that Nightmare on Elm St. video looks like a good one (although the Terminator knock offs video was in my YouTube suggestions earlier today - but I feel like I've probably seen more of those already).

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I've been indulging myself this month, picking up some new horror titles and upgrading others. The new movies I've picked up are Fantasy Island (2020), Unwelcome (2023), Kids vs Aliens (2023), Spontaneous (2023), and Renfield (2023). I also got the Eureka! Hopping Mad: The Mr Vampire Sequels blu set, which includes Mr. Vampire 2 (1986), Mr. Vampire 3 (1987), Mr. Vampire Saga (1988) and Vampire vs Vampire (1989). Definitely a nice upgrade from the very modest pleasures of the Legendary Collection dvd releases (which were released back in 2009-ish). I may finally break down and watch Mr. Vampire 2 (1986)
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Originally Posted by Chad
One of the more recent one's was Shudder's 101 Scariest Horror Movie Moments of All Time. And the actual eight-part series is still on Shudder. It's a fun watch if you have 6Ĺ hours to kill.

This one Paste Magazine did back in April isn't bad, and has slightly less mainstream picks than most.

Of course a lot of the top 100 lists tend to focus on the more mainstream side of things, but if you're looking for something on the more obscure side and just good b-movie fun the 100 Obscure Horror Trash! list is a good one.

As for sales the OrbitDVD 20th anniversary sale has some good deals. The discounts are shown in the cart.

And you can never go wrong with HamiltonBook. They just had a drop recently.
The 3FREE coupon will work as well. Any idea what that is for Orbit?

Originally Posted by clckworang
I was stressing over where to end up ordering some of the UHD upgrades from the UK and ended up ordering for the first time from the Atomic Movie Store. It seems similar to Diabolik in that in specializes more on imports and more genre. The prices on the items I bought (Martin, It Follows, Crimes of the Future, Ringu, and Cat's Eye, all UHD) were comparable or lower than the places I found and with free shipping over $50. I ordered yesterday and already received a shipping notification. It might be an option for some people.

I keep wanting to order from Orbit, but they never seem to have the best prices on the items I'm actually needing. I'm looking forward to the Hamilton drop. There are supposed to be some price reductions as well.
Care to drop the link so I can add everything to each cart and see who has the best deal.
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The 3FREE coupon will work as well. Any idea what that is for Orbit?
It gives you free shipping via Media Mail if you have 3 or more items.
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I was really hoping the Mr. Vampire sequel set was included in the Orbit sale.

Originally Posted by Spiderbite
There are a ton of YouTube genre critics out there, but this guy is my favorite. Excellent synopsis writing with wit as sharp as an axe wielding maniac but also as dry as the Sahara, his commentary cracks me up. And where he finds some of these movies is totally beyond me. His videos may give even the most obscure horror movie viewers some new ones to check out or look for next month.

If you like these videos, you will love his other stuff. His James Bond, Terminator, Die Hard & Star Wars rip-off videos are simply breathtaking in scope and variety if you want to watch stuff other than horror.

He also has some shorter videos that focus on one movie, movie "star" or director. Also don't overlook his "Best Worst Vanity Projects" video. Simply some astounding stuff in it.

Here are a couple of samples.
Thanks. I just found my new YouTube obsession. And speaking of NOES ripoffs, Mahakaal looks to be an absolute blast. It's also included in the recent Mondo Macabro Bollywood set I've yet to open. But man, that 2 hour, 12 minute runtime is such a deterrent, plus the inevitable synchronized dance scenes always kill the pacing, IMO. I so wish there was a solid 90 minute edit, which I'm sure would be achievable minus said dancing scenes.
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Thanks. I just found my new YouTube obsession. And speaking of NOES ripoffs, Mahakaal looks to be an absolute blast. It's also included in the recent Mondo Macabro Bollywood set I've yet to open. But man, that 2 hour, 12 minute runtime is such a deterrent, plus the inevitable synchronized dance scenes always kill the pacing, IMO. I so wish there was a solid 90 minute edit, which I'm sure would be achievable minus said dancing scenes.
I watched Mahakaal during the 2020 OHMC. Here's what I said about it then: "Two hour plus Indian Nightmare on Elm Street rip-off. There's actually a somewhat decent horror movie here if you can struggle through all the singing and dancing, fighting, and not-at-all-funny comic relief that makes up most of the movie."

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Talk to Me blew me away, I might be late to the party but I finally caught it last night and think it lives up to the hype. Glad I caught it in the theater rather than holding off until on disc next month.
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It's deep and cryptic beyond abundance of visceral in your face freights with allegory steep enough to leave uneasiness both in terror and in curiosity. Predictable irony is deceptive since much of the film betrays it's telegraphed elements and gives way to the unexpected; there's not telling what is really going on other than in the splintered interpretations unique to each viewer. I took to online forums to read more and was amused to find so many different perspectives.

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^ I've been putting it off for some time, and I'm not sure I'm going to make it to October.
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