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October Horror Movie a Day 2013
« on: September 30, 2013, 10:32:32 PM »
Well, I don't see a topic for this year so here goes.

During the past few years, we on the forum have been celebrating October by watching horror movies, with the goal of one per day.
Here's the 2012 thread.
And here's the 2011 one.
And 2010.

Here's the general rules:
Ah, well, it's that time again...ghouls, ghosts, zombies, vampires, werewolves, and other horror icons Hollywood has long since run into the ground are out in force for the Halloween season, and what better way to celebrate that banality than to indulge in every horror film one can get?  Yes, see if you can pull off a horror movie a day for the 31 days of October.  Let's see, what were the rules from last year?

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1. Movies cannot be pre-loaded...that is, if you cannot watch 3 movies on the 1st and have them count for the 2nd or the 3rd as well.  However, the opposite is fine...if you miss a day due to some extenuating circumstances, you CAN make up the day.  This is in place to keep the moviewatching in the spirit of the season and not simply to watch more movies than everyone else...it SHOULD take all month.

2. The definition of horror varies, and thus what is acceptable is VERY wide ranging.  This includes suspense films with psycho killers (i.e., Hannibal Lecter) and films of other genres that include horror elements (the entire Alien oeuvre...yes, even those AvP crossovers).  However...and this is to be made perfectly clear...romantic comedies with no actual horror are NOT permissible, no matter how "horrific" it was to sit through it in the theater.  This means that the Twilight movies are allowable, but are not counted twice as being doubly terribfying.

3. Riffed versions are not only permissible, they are actively encouraged.  If this is a reason to get you to buy Ghosthouse at long last, by all means, enjoy.  This includes iRiffs, by the way.

4. Each film in a series DOES count as a separate entry.  So, if you have all the Nightmare on Elm Streets, Friday the 13ths, Saws, etc. lined up, your month may be a set.  We're not (necessarily) looking for originality, just to get into the spirit.  I would assume those would get a bit boring after awhile.

5. Reviews are also encouraged, especially for more obscure titles or ones you have not seen before.

6. The movie watching begins 12:00 A.M. October 1st and ends 11:59 October 31st.  For your sanity, base it on your personal time zone.

7. (EDIT) Extra bonus rule!  Nearly forgot about this from last year...Halloween Specials do count, but ONLY IF THEY WOULD HAVE BEEN AN HOUR LONG ON TELEVISION.  If it's a half-hour special (Peanuts Halloween, Simpsons Treehouse of Horror, et al.), you need to watch two.  In other words, spend at least an hour with your favorite nostalgic Halloween haunts, if it's a tradition.

If there are any challenges, they'll be put here.
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Re: October Horror Movie a Day 2013
« Reply #1 on: September 30, 2013, 10:33:00 PM »
If I'd watched anything yet, I'd be putting it here. But I haven't. Oh wait. Now I have.

Oct 1: Road Kill (2010) Demon Truck
Oct 1: Invitation to Hell (1984) Devils
Oct 1: The Tower (1993) Psycho Computer
Oct 2: Death Machine (1994) The Frontline Morale Destroyer and Brad Dourif
Oct 2: Virus/ Day of Resurrection/ Fukkatsu no hi (1980) (Disease. Oh, and man.)
Oct 2: Creature from the Haunted Sea (1961) Sea Monster
Oct 3: Monster from a Prehistoric Planet (1961) Generic Kaiju Monster
Oct 3: Ship of Monsters aka La Nave del Los Monstruos (1960) Space Monsters y Vampiros
Oct 3: Invasion of the Saucer Men  (1957) Little Green Men
Oct 3: Fiend without a Face (1958) Atomic Id Monsters
Oct 4: Blackout (2008) Elevators
Oct 4: Deadlands 2: Trapped (2008) Zombies
Oct 4: Stephen King's The Nightflier (1997) Vampires on a Plane
Oct 5: Invaders from Mars (1986) Martians
Oct 5: Day of the Triffids (1962) Killer Space Plants
Oct 5: Atom Age Vampire (1960) Irradiated Doctor
Oct 5: The Beach Girls and the Monster (1965) A Monster. Duh.
Oct 6: Creature of Destruction (1967) A psychic powered reincarnation of a woman's past life as a sea monster
Oct 6: Basketcase 2 (1990) A psychotic formerly conjoined twin
Oct 6: Trick or Treats (1982) ) PsaPsychotic Ex-husband
Oct 6: Escapes (1986) Anthology
Oct 7: The Willies (1990) Anthology
Oct 7: Screamtime (1984) Anthology
Oct 7: The Dolls (1987) Killer Dolls
Oct 7: Snopp Dogg Hood of Horror (2006) Anthology
Oct 7: Moon of the Wolf (1972) Werewolf
Oct 8: Curse of Chucky (2013)  Possessed Doll
Oct 8: Superstition (1982) Haunted House
Oct 9: Sharknado! (2013) Hurricanes swarming with sharks
Oct 9: Sometimes They Come Back (1991) Teens from beyond the grave
Oct 9: Sometimes They Come Back Again (1996)  Teens from beyond the grave, again
Oct 10: Sleepaway Camp 2 (1988) Psycho
Oct 10: Twice Told Tales (1963) Anthology
Oct 10: Diary of a Madman (1963) A Horla
Oct 10: The Comedy of Terrors  (1963) Overacting
Oct 11: The Terror (1963) A ghost/Vengeful relative
Oct 11: Yongary: Monster from the Deep (1967) Korean Godzilla "tribute"
Oct 11: Yonggary (2001) CGI Kaiju
Oct 11: Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland (1988) Psycho
Oct 12: Body Bags (1993) Anthology
Oct 12: Don't Go To Sleep (1982) Ghost
Oct 12: Alone in the Dark 2 (2008) A "witch"
Oct 13: Scare me to Death (1977) Satanic Cats
Oct 13: Carnivore The Final Terror (!983) Redneck cannibals
Oct 14: Super Hybrid (2010) A man eating car chameleon
Oct 14: The Cellar (1989) Ancient Beast
Oct 14: A Haunted House (2013) Demon ghost
Oct 14: Art of the Devil 2 (2004) A whole lot of messed up Thai weirdness
Oct 15: Red Mist/Freakdog (2008) Psychic
Oct 15: Wrestlemaniacs /El Mascarado Massacre (2008) El Luchadore!
Oct 15: The Darkroom (2006) Psycho!
Oct 16: Dark Heritage (1989) Inbred Louisiana Ghouls
Oct 16; Iced (1988) A psycho! On skis!
Oct 16: Trapped (1989) Psycho
Oct 16: Hell Night (1981) Psycho
Oct 17: Scary Movie (1991) Psycho (no, not the Wayans Bros film)
Oct 17: Midnight Matinee (1989) Psycho
Oct 18: Trick or Treat (1986) Rock star from beyond the grave!
Oct 18: Zombie Brigade/Night Crawl (1988) Zombies. Kinda
Oct 18: Vampire Knights (1987) Vampires. Duh.
Oct 19: Blood Tracks (1985) Cannibals
Oct 19: New Year's Evil (1981) Psycho
Oct 19: Rocktober Blood (1984) Psycho
Oct 20: Slaughterhouse Rock (1990) Psycho
Oct 20: Terror on Tour (1980) Psycho
Oct 20: Reptilicus (1961) Giant Prehistoric Reptile. And Denmark.
Oct 20: Dead Mine (2012) Immortal Japanese Samurai
Oct 21: Hospital Massacre aka X-Ray (1982) Psycho Doctor
Oct 21: Hide and Go Shriek (1987) Psycho
Oct 21: Graduation Day (1981) Psycho
Oct 21: Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981) Ghostly vengeance
Oct 21: Dr. Giggles (1992) Psycho Doctor
Oct 22: Dead End Drive-In (1986) Society
Oct 22: Blood Hook/ Muskie Madness/ Death Canoe 4: Murder at Blood Lake (1986) Killer Fisherman
Oct 22: Maniac Cop (1988) Look at the title.
Oct 22: Vampire's Kiss (1988) Vampires.  And Nick Cage
Oct 22: Just the Vampire Hunter (2011) Vampires
Oct 23: Maniac Cop 2 (1990) Maniac Cop
Oct 23: Maniac Cop 3: Badge of Silence (1993) Maniac Cop
Oct 23: Prom Night 4 Deliver Us From Evil (1992) Killer Priest
Oct 23: Christmas Evil (1980) Santa
Oct 24: Dogs of Hell (1982) Aw, who's the wittle snuggly ball of death? Yeah you are, yeah you are!
Oct 24: Rifftrax Live: Night of the Living Dead (2013) Zombies
Oct 24: Earth vs. The Spider (2001) Spiders! They're creepy!
Oct 25: MTS3k Episode 313: Earth vs. The Spider (1991) Spiders.
Oct 25: Bride of the Gorilla (1951) Voodoo fueled gorillas
Oct 26: Evil Dead (2012) Deadites
Oct 26: Attack of the Puppet People (1958) Science!
Oct 26: The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971) Evil Organist
Oct 27: Werewolves on Wheels (1971) Werewolves and satanists
Oct 27: Cat Girl (1957) Wereleopard
Oct 27: The Playgirls and the Vampire (1962) Vampire
Oct 28: Dr. Phibes Rises Again (1972) Evil Organist again
Oct 28: What a Carve Up! (1961) Psycho
Oct 28: And Now the Screaming Starts (1973) Curses
Oct 28: Dracula (2006) A Dracula
Oct 28: Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995) A vampire
Oct 29: Brutal Massacre: A Comedy (2007) Hollywood
Oct 29: The ABCs of Death (2012) Various
Oct 29: HP Lovecraft's Cool Air (2012) Eldritch Horrors
Oct 30: The Astounding She- Monster (1957) Radium Space Girl
Oct 30: Phantom from 10,000 Leagues (1957) Science!
Oct 30: Godzilla vs. Megaguirus: The G Annihilation Strategy (2000) Godzilla. Or Megaguirus. Depends on how you look at things.
Oct 31; Rifftrax: Revenge of Dr. X (2012) LOUD INCESSANT SHOUTING!
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Re: October Horror Movie a Day 2013
« Reply #2 on: September 30, 2013, 10:50:34 PM »
I did just finish watching Sleepy Hollow (I rather enjoyed it, a solid bit of gothic horror from back when Burton was worth something more), although since it's not the first, I don't think I'll count it. I usually try to do this thing in some way, but various things always seem to get in the way of me actually managing a movie a day (usually a long work schedule). Here's hoping I get far this year, at least.

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Re: October Horror Movie a Day 2013
« Reply #3 on: October 01, 2013, 06:15:04 AM »
Was just about to come and post this up.  End of September has been nuts, but I'm glad it is already up and running.
Day 1: Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920)
Day 2: The Collapsed (2011)
Day 3: Hollow (2011)
Day 4: Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (2012)
Day 5: John Carpenter's The Ward (2010)
Day 6: The Howling (1981)
Day 7: Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988)
Day 8: I Walked with a Zombie (1943)
Day 9: The House of the Devil (2009)
Day 10: MST3K: Revenge of the Creature (1955/1997)
Day 11: Halloween (1978)
Day 12: People Under the Stairs (1991)
Day 13: Dead Alive (1992)
Day 14: My Bloody Valentine (1981)
Day 15: Dementia 13 (1963)
Day 16: Black Death (2010)
Day 17: Frankenstein (1931)
Day 18: Fright Night (1985)
Day 19: The Conjuring (2013)
Day 20: Night of the Creeps (1986)
Day 21: An American Werewolf in London (1981)
Day 22: Rifftrax - Birdemic: Shock and Terror (2010/2012)
Day 23: Burke & Hare (2010)
Day 24: Rifftrax - Night of the Living Dead (1968/2013)
Day 25: House of Wax 3D (1953)
Day 26: Grave Encounters 2 (2012)
Day 27: Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988)
Day 28: Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989)
Day 29: Rifftrax - House on Haunted Hill (1958/2010)
Day 30: V/H/S/2 (2013)
Day 31: Beetlejuice (1988)
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Re: October Horror Movie a Day 2013
« Reply #4 on: October 01, 2013, 09:35:10 AM »
You should have some extra points or something for watching horror movies with riffs.



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Re: October Horror Movie a Day 2013
« Reply #5 on: October 01, 2013, 11:23:57 AM »
Yeah, not trying to step on any toes, just wanted to make sure that it was up since it's the first and all.

Oh hey. I've been updating the wrong post. Yay!
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Re: October Horror Movie a Day 2013
« Reply #6 on: October 01, 2013, 02:29:00 PM »
Toes are perfectly fine...actually, they could use some stepping on.  Getting a little too big, sticking out there like they own the place. ;)

Anywho, done with Day 1 already...Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920 Silent).  You know, I like this movie...I've seen it before and all, but it really is a bizarrely stunning visual feast.  At the same time, it really could be viewed with a riff track.  It has some moments in it that just lend itself to it (such as Cesare the somnambulist lurching around like Frankenstein at one point), but just because I say that doesn't mean I think it is a bad film.  Far from it.  But as a public domain gem, I wouldn't mind seeing it done at some point.  How it would be done successfully is another matter.
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Re: October Horror Movie a Day 2013
« Reply #7 on: October 01, 2013, 07:41:17 PM »
I used to be such a horror movie junkie. I hardly ever watch them anymore... :(
Coincidentally, I did catch 1408 on tv last night. I've seen it before but it's one of the few Stephen King horror adaptations that doesn't suck massive balls.


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Re: October Horror Movie a Day 2013
« Reply #8 on: October 01, 2013, 10:29:44 PM »
1. The Bay- 2/5
2. Curse of Chucky- 3/5
3. The Hamiltons- 1.5/5
4. I Spit on Your Grave 2 2/5
5. American Mary 2.5/5

Watched two on the first day.  The Bay is a found footage movie about a small town on the Chesapeake Bay under attack from mutated parasites.  I would've like this one a lot more if wasn't for the unnecessary narration, and the 2 or 3 times they flashed back to emphasize plot points that had already been drilled into my head an hour earlier.  Not a horrible movie, but not as good as it could've been.

The second was Curse of Chucky.  I was really surprised by this not being terrible.  They obviously made an attempt in this one to get away from the goofiness of the last few Chucky movies, and it works really well.  Chucky gets in a one liner here or there, but this is definitely more horror than comedy.  I enjoyed it.
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Re: October Horror Movie a Day 2013
« Reply #9 on: October 01, 2013, 10:53:31 PM »
Okay, I'm continuing my quest to not repeat any films from the last three lists so my film choices are going to get a bit...dicey. But I am trying to write them up.

Road Kill (2010) (Demon Truck)

A quartet of Aussies on a holiday in the Outback are driving down the road when a road train pulls up behind them.  What's a road train? Well, it's not just some weird Aussie phrase. It's apparently an actual term for a semi that's hauling more than one trailer.  Huh. Actually learned something there. So, the road train is trying to pass them. Australia? You let semis pass cars? They're regulated to go slower than cars here...  Anyway,  the truck (I'm not calling it a road train anymore) slams into them and knocks them off the road. Nina, Liz and Marcus are fine after the crash but their friend Craig is badly hurt. They see the truck has stopped down the road. Investigating it, they discover it empty and decide to drive it to get help. The driver chases after them, firing a gun.  Marcus slips into a fugue state and the four ends up out in the middle of nowhere.

Well, the truck is cursed and runs on human fuel. Not a metaphor. Somehow it uses corpses as fuel. Liz and Marcus head out to find a road. Cutting to the chase, Craig gets possessed. Marcus returns to the truck after a run in with the driver, but is killed by Craig. Liz, who apparently slept with both of them, is convinced by Craig to join him in the truck's service. Nina takes the truck back to the highway, but Craig and Liz reappear, commander the truck and mow down a passing car. They fight. Liz gets fed to the truck's engine. Nina runs into the scrub and then shoots Craig. She returns to the truck to find that the occupants of the car Craig ran over are driving it to get help, starting the cycle all over again.

Yeah, this was bad. The characters were unempathetic. The explanation for the truck never really goes beyond "It's evil and runs on blood and flesh."  It's just bland, especially when you compare it to, say, Duel. Heck, even Maximum Overdrive's cars were scarier than in this. Plus the music is awful. Give it a pass.

Invitation to Hell (1984) Devils

A TV movie starring Robert Ulrich, Frank from Murphy Brown and a pre-Punky Brewster Soeil Moon Frye. But as the "Directed by" credit pops up, there's some hope. It's directed by Wes Craven.  Sadly, it doesn't help the film, which is pretty mediocre TV fare.  Here's the setup.

Ulrich, an inventor, moves to a new town with his family to work at a high tech company. But the town is home to the Steaming Springs Country Club, whose members hold a sinister secret.  It's not much of a secret to the viewer though since Susan Lucci, playing the Club President, vaporizes someone in the first few minutes. Anyway, you join the club and you get promoted and lose all of your goodness. Or something like that. Ulrich refuses to join, but his wife and kids join behind his back.  Things go badly after that and Ulrich needs to descend into the depths of hell itself to rescue his family.

Yeah, it's very Stepford/Brotherhood/Skulls/Devil Dog The Hound from Hell/a gazillion other films in nature. The only real surprise in it is why Ulrich was hired. The company is working on a spacesuit for a manned expedition to Venus. Er, no. Even in 1984 that would have been seen as a horrendously bad idea. It's in there to justify having a suit that can survive the tremendous heat in, well, hell, but it's such a tremendously bad idea that it's just laughable. "Why do I have an M1 tank in my garage? Well, we get a lot of snow and it's all weather driving." Plus the damn thing has a blaster on it and detects for life forms by "reading their auras." Science!

Anyway, it's been done better in many other films, so give it a pass unless you just have to see every Wes Craven film.

The Tower (1993) (Psycho computer)

Paul Reiser, a struggling musician, gets an office job at Intercorp , a high tech company with an office building operated entirely by a com-pu-ter. Oooh! The future! Anyway, Reiser is an idiot. On his first day at work he 1) damages his incredibly important id card by using it to break back into his apartment after he locks himself out. 2) Parks in the wrong space, causing the computer to freak out. 3) tries to freak the computer out by repeated swipes of the damaged card in an effort to start a conversation with it 3) Annoys his new boss (player by Robin Colcourt from Cheers) 4) Goofs off in his office instead of, you know, working. Once again, on his first day. 5) Disassembles his office computer to install a chip from his personal computer to make the work unit more musical. 6) Stays after hours without telling anyone, resulting  in him being there in a high security time period. Now, all of this is meant to show how artistic and bohemian Reiser is, but it just made me think "idiot." At this point, the computer freaks out and activates it's "Deletion program." i.e. the "Kill the intruder" program.

You kinda have to wonder why the "two best programmers in the world" who designed the CAS system (the computer is called CAS) put in a "murder everything" setting in it. That would seem to be a bad idea. Then again, the folks behind Microsoft Bob did the same thing. Anyway, everytime Reiser uses his card, CAS, who apparently doesn't have any biometrics to go with the card id, tries to kill him. And since other people keep using his card while trying to help him, Reiser manages to get two innocent people murdered. Yay! The rest of the film is Die Hard with GLADOS playing Hans Gruber. At one point, mere moments after Reiser somehow walks out the front door... Seriously? In the most high tech building in the world, you don't get buzzed in or out? Just walk up to a glass door and open it? Well, at that point, his cute HR boss walks into the building to check on him and he rushes back in after her. Because, you know. Idiot.  More stuff blows up. I'm not quite sure how an elevator can blow up, but one does in this film.  And eventually, they blow up the building using the same method that Kirk used when confronting Norman. No, a different Norman.

Oh, this is not good. At all. Reiser, who used a pseudonym during the film's initial release because hey it wasn't a good film, isn't empathetic at all.  Frankly, I had more sympathy for the psychotic building. At least it was just programmed badly instead of breezing through life causing death and destruction all around it.  Give it a pass.


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Re: October Horror Movie a Day 2013
« Reply #10 on: October 01, 2013, 10:58:20 PM »
MST3k - Squirm

Great episode.  I was actually aware of Squirm before MST3k due to seeing a commercial for a TV airing for Halloween, hosted by one of those season horror hosts in Bangor.  That scene where house is filled with worms was really upsetting.

Here's the original trailer. 

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/XKRSHHbCK_4" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/XKRSHHbCK_4</a>

I would say that certain aspects of the film has good instinct, but it is largely just another MST3k debacle. 

Oh, and can that Paul Reiser movie please be a VOD Riff?


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Re: October Horror Movie a Day 2013
« Reply #11 on: October 01, 2013, 11:46:27 PM »
On that note, I had actually seen Squirm prior to MST3k riffing it.

Back in the old, pre-400 station cable days, local TV here had 2 independent Channels, the 3 networks and 2 PBS stations. (Denver's one of the weird markets with two PBS stations. ) Anyway, on the independent channels, they'd often just toss on movies to fill programming time. Squirm was a film that Channel 2 just tossed on the air one day at about 1 in the afternoon during their "Monster week." It stuck with me because, well, the image of those worms rolling across the bar room and through the house is pretty darn creepy. BTW, the non-MST3k version  has a few additional scenes which the guys cut as they were a weee bit too graphic.

As for "The Tower", while looking up reviews to see what the heck the company was named, I stumbled across Stomp Tokyo's review of it and they noted that it was on fairly heavy rotation on SciFi. They also noted that it'd be a great choice for Sci-Fi's revived series, MST3k.




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Re: October Horror Movie a Day 2013
« Reply #12 on: October 02, 2013, 12:49:34 AM »
1. The Hills Have Eyes (remake)

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« Reply #13 on: October 02, 2013, 08:05:18 AM »
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Re: October Horror Movie a Day 2013
« Reply #14 on: October 02, 2013, 02:30:19 PM »
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Okay, I just listened to a sequence in a film where a five year committed suicide.

Yeah, think I'm going to go take a walk for a while.