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  1. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    My grand total was 57 with 21 new to me. This is the most I have ever done in one month, and it nearly killed me :) My favorite discovery was Silent Night, Bloody Night My most family friendly memory was watching Little House on the Prairie : The Monster of Walnut Grove My scariest viewing...
  2. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    I had a blast watching it, and hope to upgrade to BD soon. One of my favorite horror films of all time. It does everything so right. Horror, a bit of comedy, and tons of suspense. I just love it.
  3. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    The Watcher in the Woods (1980) A likeable family moves to a beautiful home in the woods. Lynne Holly-Johnson is a teenager with a kid sister that explore the woods and find there is something supernatural happening that seems more frightening than even ghosts. They are targeted by...
  4. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    Frankenstein' Daughter (1958) FTV Trudy, and her sweet uncle Carter (scientist) live a somewhat peaceful life, until Carter's assistant Oliver Frank starts drugging Trudy with Frankenstein serum. Oliver is a real piece of work, and I wanted to see him get his head chopped off within the first...
  5. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    One of my favorites in the series. I'll try to revisit it before the challenge ends.
  6. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    Fantastic in "The Reptile" he was. Tintorera Tiger Shark (1977) An American named Steve (Hugo Stiglitz) goes to a tropical Island and has one thing on his mind. Girls. There he meets an Italian stud named Miguel that seems to be getting a bit more action than Steve. With a "if you can't beat...
  7. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    Don't Look in the Basement (1972) FTV I'm not a big fan of exploitation films. No exception here. A nice young nurse arrives at a sanitarium shortly after one of the patients chops up the doctor in charge with an axe. During the course of the film we are introduced to all sorts of loons...
  8. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    Thanks. October always seems to be so busy. Between work and this challenge I am worn out. I know this is just fun, and it is what you make it like you say. I should just relax nd enjoy it, instead I'm staying up all hours with dry eyes trying to muscle though another one. I have slowed...
  9. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    Bummer. This is my last year doing the challenge. I don't know if I'm getting too old or what, but cramming horror films (which I still love to watch) isn't as much fun as it used to be. I'd rather just read what everyone else is watching.
  10. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    Ed Wood movies are much more enjoyable. After seeing those films by Warren, I realize there are directors far worse than Ed Wood. I have the second volume of the Jerry Warren collection. I think I'll skip watching it. The Demons of Ludlow is probably the only movie from him I truly like, and...
  11. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    Sorry, backlogged by about 12 movie:)
  12. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    The Navy Vs. The Night Monsters (1966) What a boring movie. Even the beautiful Mamie Van Doren can't save this movie that seems more concerned with talk, and more talk than actually providing scares. Grade - D The Wild World of Bat Woman (1966) Insufferable comedy that has nothing going for...
  13. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    I like it quite a bit, and the monster does off to me, but still. I don't remember the name of the Hammer Frankenstein film in which Peter Cushing delivered the best burn in cinematic history. Frankenstein is at a boarding house sitting with a few gentlemen in the study. They are lambasting...
  14. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    I got those Alpha videos on sale. I figured for the price of a cup of coffee I can own a horror movie on disc. Then when I started watching them I realized that the coffee would have been a better buy:)
  15. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    The Devil's Wedding Night (1972) FTV Lord of the Rings has the 'ring of power', in the Devil's Wedding Night we have the ring of Nibblenobbin (no subtitles, that is what it sounded like to me) that grants the owner power over men, if they give up love. This doesn't have much going for it...
  16. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    I just watched the episode of Night Gallery, and "The Doll" was a standout. Very creepy.
  17. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    The Reptile (1966) A married couple travel to the country to live in small home. There they discover that a creature has been terrorizing the countryside and a couple deaths have resulted. This is one of my favorite Hammer films. Absolutely riveting with great performances all around. And...
  18. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    Dead and Buried (1981) I really, really hated this one. A grisly, ugly movie that is half boring, and half stupid. Not worth my time but garbage in, garbage out. Grade - F Hell Night (1981) This was pretty enjoyable. It takes quite a while before we get to the good stuff. A group of college...
  19. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    Lady Frankenstein (1971) Although it is not a Hammer film if feels very much like one, of the same time frame at that. Lush, gothic surroundings, typical story matching the title, and decent acting.. with a bit of nudity. A nice revision of the Frankenstein tale with a very attractive leading...
  20. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    Little House on the Prairie 'The Monster of Walnut Grove' season 3 (1978) A nice Halloween episode from one of my favorite TV shows. Laura Ingalls witnesses what she believes to be Nels Olsen decapitate Mrs. Olsen with a a sword (a dummy). She tells her best friend who at first he doesn't...
  21. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    The Three Stooges "The Ghost Talks" is my all time favorite Spooky Stooge short. Gotta love Shemp.
  22. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    Orgy of the Dead (1966) Well this is just a nudie picture done in a monster motif. Criswell reads his lines wonderfully as he tells a beautiful redhead, and her man about certain "dances" (zombie dance, Indian dance etc.) of long dead females that come out and display it for them topless. Have...
  23. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    LOL I actually had a better copy The She Beast so I watched it (this is what happens when I have well over thousand horror films on disc), but won't count it. The She Beast (1966) Wow, what a difference in transfer from the Alpha Video copy. Beautiful video quality, and much more enjoyable...
  24. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    Scalps (1987) A good story seed that unfortunately gets squashed before fruition. Decent enough B movie material, but somehow after a strong start this film loses its way, and becomes both boring, and disturbing because it feels like an art house film gone wrong. I did my best and tried to...
  25. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    The Astral Factor (1978) An evil strangler happens to use "Astral Projection" to kill women for thrills. It was OK, It started strong, but fizzled out quickly. Attractive cast. Grade - C Panic (1982) A scientist turn himself into a monster, and terrorizes an entire city. I like that the music...
  26. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    Mark of the Vampire (1935) At 59 minutes this is short (apparently an 80 minute version exists somewhere in the world). Vampire Count Mora, and his daughter Luna terrorize a young soon to be married couple in a small village. A professor is wise to the vampire plague, and decides to fight the...
  27. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    Chopping Mall (1986) Ha, neat title. Sure this is a Jim Wyrnoski film so expect hot babes, and a bit of humor with the horror. A group of (good looking) young people are trapped in a mall with killer robots. Will they survive? Grade - C+ StageFright (1987) Absolute killer slasher film with...
  28. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    Evil Dead 2 (1987) Probably my favorite of the bunch. Army of Darkness isn't scary (but hilarious with 1,000 different memorable quotes/antics) and the First film was amazing, but only went so far on the budget. Evil Dead 2 is the sweet spot -- decent budget, a bit of humor, tons of creepy...
  29. Bryan^H

    ***Official 22nd Annual HTF October Scary Movie Challenge 2021***

    Huh? Didn't think it was remotely scary? I know it well, and it still scares me. In fact it is the only horror movie I have ever seen that is still frightening.
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