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Day 3, Watched SHARKNADO-2 this morning. The best horror/comedy movie ever. Great sharks killing people, great people killing sharks, funny as hell, campy as hell, and for people like myself who are from New York and love New York City this movie really makes fantastic use of the city and all its landmarks and the toughness of the city. The ultimate horror/comedy movie!!!!

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01- Inferno Of Torture - 2.5 topless tortured zombies
02- Sharknado - 4.0 L.A. laid-back shark-eating zombies
03- Sharknado II - 5.0 New York tough shark-eating zombies

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I watched The Night Walker (1964) last night. Classic B horror directed by William Castle, screenplay by Psycho author Robert Bloch, score by Vic Mizzy. This was Barbara Stanwyck's final film role. 4 creepy wax figures.

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2. Our Mother's House (FTV)
Seven children in a single-parent household don't want to become orphans when their ailing mother dies, so they bury her in the garden and act as if nothing has happened. With a forged signature they continue cashing assistance checks, and each night they "talk to mother" in the dark clubhouse chapel they've built over the burial site. This is moody, creepy stuff, particularly when the children start to dispense their own brand of justice on each other, Lord of the Flies style. When the deadbeat dad reappears and figures out what's been going on, rather than come clean he continues the ruse, and then things really start to get interesting. As a horror film, there isn't much to be scared of here, but this is one of the better entries in the creepy children genre, as it's never exploitative--the children are presented as sympathetic characters who just want to be left alone in their own little world.

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FTV denotes first time viewing
1. The Baby's Room (LA HABITACIÓN DEL NIÑO) (FTV)
2. Our Mother's House (FTV)




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Watched Truth or Die on Netflix,Psycho brother seeks revenge for his brothers hanging.Not much horror blood or anything else for that matter.Not totally unwatchable and a twist at the end. 2 wood chisel wielding zombies.After that ,I took in Zombeaver.Nothing to be said about this one.
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3- Digging up the Marrow (FTV) The premise is potentially awesome! Crazy guy seeking to enlist help of movie director to help document that there is an alternate society of freaks and monsters living beneath us. Cast out humans that are too different to live with us but have a home there. They, mostly, keep to themselves and wish to remain unknown by human civilization for obvious reason. At first, the setup ponders is the guy crazy, or not? So is a little slow to begin, which makes sense. Since this was Adam Green of Hatchet fame, I went in thinking it was going to be a combo of Night Breed meets 20th century make up and gore when they, finally, and horrifically, find out the guy is not crazy. Nope. Was just a self made vehicle for Adam Green to be the main actor and entity. Instead of, you know, a story about human-ish monsters living below us in an alternate society and what happens when a few nosy folks poke there head in where it should not be? The always excellent Ray Wise, was excellent. Unfortunately there was no meet on the bone, just marrow. Some excellent hints about these cast out freaks but half way through you figure it is not about a thrilling creature feature, but about Adam Green talking in front of the camera, and how many self promotional t-shirts can he, and everyone else, wear on camera. Just enough in it for 2.5 could have been much better Zombies.

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-Not enough creature time
- Too much Adam Green time
- Too many self promotional t-shirts
- Too much of Adam Green's wife in her panties.
- One cool gatekeeper creature.

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3- Digging up the Marrow (FTV) The premise is potentially awesome! Crazy guy seeking to enlist help of movie director to help document that there is an alternate society of freaks and monsters living beneath us. Cast out humans that are too different to live with us but have a home there. They, mostly, keep to themselves and wish to remain unknown by human civilization for obvious reason. At first, the setup ponders is the guy crazy, or not? So is a little slow to begin, which makes sense. Since this was Adam Green of Hatchet fame, I went in thinking it was going to be a combo of Night Breed meets 20th century make up and gore when they, finally, and horrifically, find out the guy is not crazy. Nope. Was just a self made vehicle for Adam Green to be the main actor and entity. Instead of, you know, a story about human-ish monsters living below us in an alternate society and what happens when a few nosy folks poke there head in where it should not be? The always excellent Ray Wise, was excellent. Unfortunately there was no meet on the bone, just marrow. Some excellent hints about these cast out freaks but half way through you figure it is not about a thrilling creature feature, but about Adam Green talking in front of the camera, and how many self promotional t-shirts can he, and everyone else, wear on camera. Just enough in it for 2.5 could have been much better Zombies.

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-Not enough creature time
- Too much Adam Green time
- Too many self promotional t-shirts
- Too much of Adam Green's wife in her panties.
- One cool gatekeeper creature.

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Uh, I guess AVS wanted to make sure this review was noticed.
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3- Digging up the Marrow (FTV) The premise is potentially awesome! Crazy guy seeking to enlist help of movie director to help document that there is an alternate society of freaks and monsters living beneath us. Cast out humans that are too different to live with us but have a home there. They, mostly, keep to themselves and wish to remain unknown by human civilization for obvious reason. At first, the setup ponders is the guy crazy, or not? So is a little slow to begin, which makes sense. Since this was Adam Green of Hatchet fame, I went in thinking it was going to be a combo of Night Breed meets 20th century make up and gore when they, finally, and horrifically, find out the guy is not crazy. Nope. Was just a self made vehicle for Adam Green to be the main actor and entity. Instead of, you know, a story about human-ish monsters living below us in an alternate society and what happens when a few nosy folks poke there head in where it should not be? The always excellent Ray Wise, was excellent. Unfortunately there was no meet on the bone, just marrow. Some excellent hints about these cast out freaks but half way through you figure it is not about a thrilling creature feature, but about Adam Green talking in front of the camera, and how many self promotional t-shirts can he, and everyone else, wear on camera. Just enough in it for 2.5 could have been much better Zombies.

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-Not enough creature time
- Too much Adam Green time
- Too many self promotional t-shirts
- Too much of Adam Green's wife in her panties.
- One cool gatekeeper creature.
100% agree, not enough meat on the bone.
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Just another quick shout out to Scream Queens on Fox, it's like they are thinking aloud regarding current thoughts on society. Jamie Lee Curtis is excellent.
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Who are we missing this year so far? @wizzack
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Day 3, Watched SHARKNADO-2 this morning. The best horror/comedy movie ever. Great sharks killing people, great people killing sharks, funny as hell, campy as hell, and for people like myself who are from New York and love New York City this movie really makes fantastic use of the city and all its landmarks and the toughness of the city. The ultimate horror/comedy movie!!!!
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After that ,I took in Zombeaver.Nothing to be said about this one.

I don't know why the filmmaker leaned towards SCARES and GORE instead of comedy....FAIL.
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After the perfect storm at work that all torpedoed my last October, it's time to get to things I have I haven't watched. So FRIDAY NIGHT, ZOMBIE NIGHT , err make that mutants, or what ever is out there...
The film is Chernobyl Diaries. Looks good on Blu-ray.
It has... not a lot of blood.
lots of death and killing, as much implied and heard vs. being seen
more suspense, than horror, but it does get scary
a story by Oren Peli
a fairly foreboding setting
is best watched in a totally dark room
And most of all, just when you think you've got all figured out, you don't
Beverage used during viewing: Boddington's Pub Ale, in case we're keeping track
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I like these movies and most animals turn against people stuff. You see Zoo on CBS?
I have not, but it looks interesting. I'll have to check it out, thanks. I enjoy survival of the fittest-style stuff.

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I think I've told this here before but back in the 1980s TV Guide had an article on how movie stars like their popcorn and Paul Newman liked to pop with bacon grease. I tried that it got thrown out. Way too heavy!

I did watch that vampire movie on Hulu last night. It's full frame but obvious from the opening titles that it was intended to be matted to 1:85:1 in theaters. So I used zoom mode on my TV which worked perfectly. "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes" also works fine that way.
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I took in a documentary, which I thought was a horror movie, but it was pretty cool none the less.



5 The Nightmare FTV, Netflix WI, This little documentary is pretty interesting about sleep paralysis and nightmares. People recount their crazy and scary sleep paralysis nightmares, and some even have similarities! I have never experienced one of these and I don't think I ever want to! 3 Dark 3D Shadow people.





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After the perfect storm at work that all torpedoed my last October, it's time to get to things I have I haven't watched. So FRIDAY NIGHT, ZOMBIE NIGHT , err make that mutants, or what ever is out there...
The film is Chernobyl Diaries. Looks good on Blu-ray.
It has... not a lot of blood.
lots of death and killing, as much implied and heard vs. being seen
more suspense, than horror, but it does get scary
a story by Oren Peli
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is best watched in a totally dark room
And most of all, just when you think you've got all figured out, you don't
Beverage used during viewing: Boddington's Pub Ale, in case we're keeping track
I really liked the shooting location for this. Very bleak and believable.

Excellent, review feature. Beverage used - lol.

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It's a classic.

That there is some angry beaver.

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Svengoolie hosts Night Monster (1942) tonight on MeTV. I saw this one ages ago and I can't remember very much about it. DVR set.
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Coffee, and gumbo while doing a few family friendly spooky movies.
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2015 Horror Marathon
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8. Hocus Pocus. Lots of people like this as a family friendly entry into the seasonal marathons, it's not my cup of tea but the conventional effects are nice and the story is pretty good. Some old Salem witches put a curse on a town and resurface to finish their deeds which are mainly to seek youth via stealing the essence of children. Sarah Jessica Parker is strangely hot as a witch and a super young Thora Birch co-stars along with Bette Midler. Just a little mild language are the only parental concerns I saw and overall it's pretty fun.





9. Gremlins. The kid loved Joe Dante's classic movie about an invasive species wreaking havoc on the ecosystem. Stripe's final moments are among the nastiest on film. Standout scenes for the kid were the theater showing Snow White and her getting upset that someone tangled the dog up in Christmas lights.
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8. Hocus Pocus. Lots of people like this as a family friendly entry into the seasonal marathons, it's not my cup of tea but the conventional effects are nice and the story is pretty good. Some old Salem witches put a curse on a town and resurface to finish their deeds which are mainly to seek youth via stealing the essence of children. Sarah Jessica Parker is strangely hot as a witch and a super young Thora Birch co-stars along with Bette Midler. Just a little mild language are the only parental concerns I saw and overall it's pretty fun.





9. Gremlins. The kid loved Joe Dante's classic movie about an invasive species wreaking havoc on the ecosystem. Stripe's final moments are among the nastiest on film. Standout scenes for the kid were the theater showing Snow White and her getting upset that someone tangled the dog up in Christmas lights.
Yeah if you have kids you have to include them! I might dial in Monster House this coming week!
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