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49. Them. FTV. Wacky kids and their hijinks set the stage for this French home invasion flick. For me it was just OK but the sound design stood out. There are far better entries in the category but it may something the wives like.
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I just watched The Woman in Black, The Conjuring, and A Haunting in Conneticut. I thought they were all decent.
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I just watched The Woman in Black, The Conjuring, and A Haunting in Conneticut. I thought they were all decent.
Yep. Conjuring being my fave of the three but you can't top WIB for atmosphere.
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27. Frankenstein's Army (2013)(FTV) - 2.5

Mixed reviews + more recent release date usually causes me to stay away. However, this one looked like something I would be into, so I went for it. The movie was fine, but mostly disappointing. I’m not even sure what caused it to fizzle. All the elements were there, it just didn’t have any impact. I think I was hoping to keep the energy from Dead Snow going.

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Then Scream, Halloween, or any slasher/killer isn't horror. I bet you 4 space bucks if you were in that car you'd be needing new pants and begging to be home under a blanket. Again as leader of the tribe I say it counts.

I bet you $5 if you were in Maverick's F-14 in Top Gun, you would also need a change of pants . As the Commander of the thread, I feel its my obligation to overrule the leader in this matter. Death Proof......not horror.
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27. Frankenstein's Army (2013)(FTV) - 2.5

Mixed reviews + more recent release date usually causes me to stay away. However, this one looked like something I would be into, so I went for it. The movie was fine, but mostly disappointing. I’m not even sure what caused it to fizzle. All the elements were there, it just didn’t have any impact. I think I was hoping to keep the energy from Dead Snow going.
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I did a brunette femme fatale double feature last night!


#26 , American Mary, Netflix streaming HD, FTV I have been wanting to see this movie for a while and last night was the opportunity! What a gem this movie is and I love the juxtaposition between Mary/ her friends and the 'normal' dr.s/surgeons that are supposed to be furthering her education. Well done acting and story telling, plus this movie has enough blood to satisfy most horror fans out there! 4.5 Body Modded Zombies!!!


#27 , House on Haunted Hill, AMC. This movie just started after I got done watching American Mary. This is a remake of the 50's version that isn't that good as far as story telling, but it has Famke and excellent set pieces! This film is about an old haunted asylum and unsuspecting guests trying to stay alive so they can collect $1M dollars! Guilty pleasure movie all the way! 3.75 Stuttered action Zombies!

Agreed. Both movies are solid........With regard to House on Haunted Hill, Vincent Price and Carol Ohmart are awesome in the original, but the remake is a really fun movie that is better than most people give it credit for.
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I bet you $5 if you were in Maverick's F-14 in Top Gun, you would also need a change of pants . As the Commander of the thread, I'm feel its my obligation to overrule the leader in this matter. Death Proof......not horror.
Is so. Bad horror? Probably, but horror. I mean The Car is horror right? My Great and Glorious Tribe accepts action mystery thrillers like Seven as horror. We even allow Sharknado. Death Proof isn't a Lifetime movie like The Strangers is.
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Wow, great to see a lot of new posts since yesterday! It's been a great year for horror movies!

I saw Pet Sematary last night. I'd seen bits and pieces of it in the past but never the complete movie. It does take a while to get going for real, but when it does, it offers some disturbing, shocking and gruesome scenes and dishes up all the quirkiness that you might expect from a Stephen King movie. Overall, my impression was a little more than average, I would give it 3.25 out of 5.

Today is a wash for me as far as watching another movie goes, but I will try to get something in on both Friday and Saturday nights!
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21. All Cheerleaders Die (2013)- {2.25/5} Netflix Streaming (FTV)Didn't realize this originally, but this one is a remake of the 2001 movie of the same name. It's written and directed by Lucky McKee who also did May and a nice little sleeper in a past Horrorfest, The Woman. When the movie begins, we are greeted with sassy teens interacting with each other in stereotypical fashion and an accidental death that kind of gets the ball rolling on the rest of the story. Things continue to progress slowly though as the focus of the story hinges on a new recruit trying to fit in with the mean girl cheerleaders. My first attempt at watching the movie failed when I fell asleep. But because it had me curious as to how this thing was going to play out, I gave it another shot from the beginning last night as I knew that mayhem was going to ensue at some point. Well, there is a subdued amount of mayhem that does occur over the course of the rest of the film, but not nearly as I expected it to go. There is no doubt that McKee was trying for campy, B-movie status but I don't think this was charming enough to pull that off. In my opinion, the acting was not really an issue as I liked the characters, but the story was confusing and poorly executed. In the end, I wasn't even sure what the hell I had watched. I did have some fun along the way, but there is very little re-watchability going on here. I should add that the ending was pretty cool and kind of came out of nowhere (surprise surprise) and the door was left wide open for a sequel at some point in the future. Hopefully, there is better cohesion in the story if someone decides to take on that venture.
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Is so. Bad horror? Probably, but horror. I mean The Car is horror right? My Great and Glorious Tribe accepts action mystery thrillers like Seven as horror. We even allow Sharknado. Death Proof isn't a Lifetime movie like The Strangers is.

Come on man. Two low blows in one post?? . Seven, to me, feels a lot more like horror than Death Proof.....but of course, to each their own. And The Strangers a Lifetime movie???? Them's fighting words my friend .


Honestly, In the past I wouldn't have considered Godzilla a horror movie. But I'll be damned if I didn't move it to the top of my queue with the intention of watching it for the challenge because we have big time Sci-Fi fans coming over for movie night this weekend.
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Come on man. Two low blows in one post?? . Seven, to me, feels a lot more like horror than Death Proof.....but of course, to each their own. And The Strangers a Lifetime movie???? Them's fighting words my friend .


Honestly, In the past I wouldn't have considered Godzilla a horror movie. But I'll be damned if I didn't move it to the top of my queue with the intention of watching it for the challenge because we have big time Sci-Fi fans coming over for movie night this weekend.

LOL, just fooling. On the real though Death Proof is horror like Wolf Creek is or isn't.
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Daddario is ridiculous. If you want a better horror flick with her in it, check out Bereavement. Or even True Detective when she isn't shy whatsoever about showing the goods.

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That girly is hot! I also like the girl that played American Mary!
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Watched Deep Rising on DVD. The BD transfer received poor marks so I never upgraded. I have a soft spot for this movie. I really like it and always look forward to watching it. It has a great cast with the right amount of humor and cheese. I do loves me some cheese. Such a fun film.

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I did a brunette femme fatale double feature last night!

#26 , American Mary, Netflix streaming HD, FTV I have been wanting to see this movie for a while and last night was the opportunity! What a gem this movie is and I love the juxtaposition between Mary/ her friends and the 'normal' dr.s/surgeons that are supposed to be furthering her education. Well done acting and story telling, plus this movie has enough blood to satisfy most horror fans out there! 4.5 Body Modded Zombies!!!

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#27 , House on Haunted Hill, AMC. This movie just started after I got done watching American Mary. This is a remake of the 50's version that isn't that good as far as story telling, but it has Famke and excellent set pieces! This film is about an old haunted asylum and unsuspecting guests trying to stay alive so they can collect $1M dollars! Guilty pleasure movie all the way! 3.75 Stuttered action Zombies!

More FAMKE! I caught some of this too and got drawn in. Gotta go back and give it a fair shake.


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I liked Death Proof, too, but can it really be considered a horror movie? I mean, it's not exactly scary. More so badass. When I think horror, I think terror. Like, almost hiding under the blankets type thing. The stuff of nightmares.

The true horror of Death Proof is having to sit through an hour of annoying chicks yapping.
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21. 100 Bloody Acres (FTV)
Three Australian youths on the way to a rural concert festival run into organic fertilizer sellers who need more of their secret ingredient: human bodies. This was an enjoyable horror-comedy with a very Australian sense of humor, and some hilariously over-the-top gore. One of the would-be victims has dropped acid in anticipation of the concert, so he has a hard time taking their predicament all that seriously, leading to many funny situations. A few of the gags are hit-or-miss, but overall you will have a good time watching 100 Bloody Acres.

3.5 out of 5 stars.
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I Am Legend (2007) - Like Death Proof this one isn't listed as horror film (but should be). I watched it anyway. And I liked it.

I already watched The Omega Man and I Am Omega this month so I had to include this one. I haven't seen The Last Man on Earth yet but it's public domain and available on archive.org and YouTube.
Thought I read somewhere they were trying ot get a prequel or sequel off the ground for I am Legend but Will Smith did not want to do it.

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21. All Cheerleaders Die (2013)- {2.25/5} Netflix Streaming (FTV)Didn't realize this originally, but this one is a remake of the 2001 movie of the same name. It's written and directed by Lucky McKee who also did May and a nice little sleeper in a past Horrorfest, The Woman. When the movie begins, we are greeted with sassy teens interacting with each other in stereotypical fashion and an accidental death that kind of gets the ball rolling on the rest of the story. Things continue to progress slowly though as the focus of the story hinges on a new recruit trying to fit in with the mean girl cheerleaders. My first attempt at watching the movie failed when I fell asleep. But because it had me curious as to how this thing was going to play out, I gave it another shot from the beginning last night as I knew that mayhem was going to ensue at some point. Well, there is a subdued amount of mayhem that does occur over the course of the rest of the film, but not nearly as I expected it to go. There is no doubt that McKee was trying for campy, B-movie status but I don't think this was charming enough to pull that off. In my opinion, the acting was not really an issue as I liked the characters, but the story was confusing and poorly executed. In the end, I wasn't even sure what the hell I had watched. I did have some fun along the way, but there is very little re-watchability going on here. I should add that the ending was pretty cool and kind of came out of nowhere (surprise surprise) and the door was left wide open for a sequel at some point in the future. Hopefully, there is better cohesion in the story if someone decides to take on that venture.
Hmmm, sounds a little mixed. I have not had the best luck with FTV's this year.

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Come on man. Two low blows in one post?? . Seven, to me, feels a lot more like horror than Death Proof.....but of course, to each their own. And The Strangers a Lifetime movie???? Them's fighting words my friend .


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I am going to have to go with if you think it is horror, it is horror - to you. When I grew up, and a little before , monster movies were considered horror. We had this conversation last year about Pacific Rim. How can huge monsters that can level cities not be horror when a movie about a lone guy that abducts a person, or two, for torture/rape/agony is horror today?

I know folks don't really get "scared" at a creature feature today because we KNOW there is no way in heck this could ever happen.
Home invasion/abduction/torture does happen in real life so, theoretically, is more believable in a movie. Even haunted type movies are more believable because there is just a chance that noise behind you, when you are watching a movie, could be something...but doesn't mean the other horror movies are any less valid...to me!

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LOL, just fooling.

I know. Me too. Whatever anybody considers to be a worthy candidate in a horror marathon is perfectly fine with me. I would not intentionally judge anybody's choices for their marathon and only gave my opinion because somebody asked. If you look at it in the terms you described, Death Proof could certainly qualify. For me though, I've seen it many times and really enjoy it (Tarantino is one of my favs) but I just never thought of it as being horror. No worries though.

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I remember these pics from before. Very cool. She's looking mighty friendly in the last one. Mind telling us how the rest of the night went?

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I am going to have to go with if you think it is horror, it is horror - to you. When I grew up, and a little before , monster movies were considered horror. We had this conversation last year about Pacific Rim. How can huge monsters that can level cities not be horror when a movie about a lone guy that abducts a person, or two, for torture/rape/agony is horror today?

I know folks don't really get "scared" at a creature feature today because we KNOW there is no way in heck this could ever happen.
Home invasion/abduction/torture does happen in real life so, theoretically, is more believable in a movie. Even haunted type movies are more believable because there is just a chance that noise behind you, when you are watching a movie, could be something...but doesn't mean the other horror movies are any less valid...to me!

Well put. Agreed.
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I also like this movie and I think I bought it for $5 . It also comes with The Puppet Masters on the same BD.

Edit, it is $5.17 right now on Amazon. The sound is decent on Deep Rising and Puppet Masters is only Stereo.
That's a great price. Can't beat $2.50 a movie. Thanks for the heads up.
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Death Proof is definitely horror.
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Watched Dead Snow last night. Good recommendation. This had some classic scenes. Lots of entrails.
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Good choices, indeed. However, I counted my list and I still have 60+ movies to get through . I feel like I need to stick to FTVs (which should be easy, because the wife has started binge-watching Grey's Anatomy, which mostly takes her out of the selection equation), but I'm not really sure what direction to go next...I do have one more unwatched Norwegian folklore horror movie called Thale. But, it has a mediocre rating, so could be risky...Dang, having fun is hard!

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I remember these pics from before. Very cool. She's looking mighty friendly in the last one. Mind telling us how the rest of the night went?

I made it home in one piece.
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I have a three day weekend thanks to daycare closing, not sure what to do. I'm considering another Phantasm/NOES marathon. That should get me to 59 but the weather is so perfect I may go sleep in the woods, howl at the moon, roast marshmallows, and get roasted.
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Lucky Wizzack. Isabelle had some very steamy scenes in the final season of Syfy's version of "Being Human."

Hulu+ has added "Septic Man" for two weeks. It'll be my watch tonight. Hulu has been very good on adding new horror titles daily for "Huluween" as they call it. They've added some Elvira ones too. Netflix has been rather anemic this week for horror titles. That's why I went to Amazon to see what they had for 99 cents. VUDU also has a 99 cent horror sale this week though I've seen many of those titles.

Last night's pick was "P2" with "Continuum" Rachel Nichols (as a blond) and Wes Bentley as a psycho security cop. Drags a little at the beginning but builds up to a bang of an ending. Three and half broken fingernails. It's on Hulu.
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Lucky Wizzack. Isabelle had some very steamy scenes in the final season of Syfy's version of "Being Human."

Hulu+ has added "Septic Man" for two weeks. It'll be my watch tonight. Hulu has been very good on adding new horror titles daily for "Huluween" as they call it. They've added some Elvira ones too. Netflix has been rather anemic this week for horror titles. That's why I went to Amazon to see what they had for 99 cents. VUDU also has a 99 cent horror sale this week though I've seen many of those titles.

Last night's pick was "P2" with "Continuum" Rachel Nichols (as a blond) and Wes Bentley as a psycho security cop. Drags a little at the beginning but builds up to a bang of an ending. Three and half broken fingernails. It's on Hulu.
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Just browsed through Hulu and saw the Elvira stuff. I wonder if she intros the stuff like old Joe Bob did?

update: She does.
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Somehow I mucked up my Netflix queue and The Seasoning House and RAZE showed up that were supposed to be at the bottom of my queue. Anywho, pounded through them last night and nothing special.

22- The Seasoning House 2012 (FTV) This was not at all what I expected and more along the lines of a abduction/rape/torture kind of movie but more based on real life scenario in the Balkans back in the 90's. I thought the character that is in the walls and ends up helping the imprisoned girls was going to be more supernatural, but wasn't.

This movie has-
A very flexible heroine
Horny soldiers
Dude from the Dog Soldiers

2 flexible Zombies

23- RAZE 2013 (FTV) So, again, put in my queue on a whim and expected it to stay on the bottom unless I heard something to move it up. But the premise is young women are abducted and then forced to fight in a ring manu a manu. On camera. If you win your loved one stays alive another day. When you die they kill your loved one. Your classic abduction/forced to fight/agony genre. But really was not as good as it sounds...
This movie has-
Not much

Favorite lines-
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1 Rachel Nichols rip off Zombie


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1- Dead before Dawn (FTV) .5 Pathetically Bad Zombies

2- Piranha 2010 4 Swimming Zombies

3- Screamers – the hunting (FTV) 3 Walking Dead, Laurie look alike Zombies

4- AFFLICTED (FTV) 2 One night standregretting Zombies

5- Eden Lake 3 pen knife wielding Zombies

6- GODZILLA 2000 (FTV) 3 Godzilla never gets old Zombies

7- Friday the 13th, Jason takes Manhattan (FTV) 3Kane Hodder Zombies

8- The Quiet Ones (FTV) 3 Zombies armed with hair pins

9- Brotherhood of the Wolf (FTV) 2.75 Frenchy Zombies

10- MIMIC 3.5 Zombie bugs

11- ROGUE 3.75 AussieZombies (FTV)

12- Hellbenders 2.5finger chomping Zombies (FTV)

13- Resident Evil 4.5Zombies with bad teeth

14- Grave Encounters(FTV) 3 rat eating Zombies

15- Under the Skin (FTV)3.5 uncircumcised Zombies

16- Paranormal Activity,the marked ones (FTV) 2.5

17- Friday the 13thPart VII The New Blood (FTV) 3 Cheesy Zombies

18- GODZILLA 2014 (FTV) 4 monster Zombies

19- 49ers 17, Denver 42(FTV) 1 injury riddled Zombie

20- Cabin Fever – PatientZero (FTV) 3 never going to do foreplay again Zombies

21- Friday the 13thPart V (FTV) 3 missing Jason Voorhees

22- The Seasoning House(FTV) 2.5 flexible Zombies

23- RAZE (FTV) 1.0 RachelNichols ripoff Zombies
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Seems I'm not up to date on my acronyms. What does FTV stand for?

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