Saturday, October 31, 2015

Horrors of October 2015 List

Throughout this month, I have been viewing and reviewing horror or horror-themed titles in honor of the Halloween spirit. This is a list of all the movies I watched for the first time or re-watched:

3 Headed Shark Attack
Anaconda: The Hunt For The Blood Orchid
Big Ass Spider!
Cannibal Ferox
Chopping Mall
City of the Living Dead
Curse of Chucky
Deadly Friend
The Devil's Rain
Dr. Giggles
Ernest Scared Stupid
Feast II: Sloppy Seconds
Feast III: The Happy Finish
The Fog (2005)
From Dusk Till Dawn
High Tension
The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence)
The Loved Ones
Night of the Demons
The People Under The Stairs
The Stone Tape
V/H/S: Viral
Vampire In Brooklyn
WNUF Halloween Special

32 works this year. I was able to do a whole franchise run, two in fact, and I finally checked off a couple of key titles. I did miss out some big ones though (when will I let in Let The Right One In into my life?). And unfortunately, the daily watching of these movies took away my time and passion to go see new 2015 releases. However, this year's edition was overall pretty good, as the entertaining ones greatly outweighed the terrible ones.

To end this trek in grand fashion, let's hand out some awards!

Best Film (First Watch) - The Loved Ones

Best Film (Re-Watch) - Tremors

Worst Film - Feast II: Sloppy Seconds

Best Kill - Girl pukes up her guts (City of the Living Dead)

Worst Kill - The pointless real-life animal deaths (Cannibal Ferox)

Most WTF Kill - The merging orgy (Society)

Best Head Explosion - Basketball to the face (Deadly Friend)

2nd Best Head Explosion - Laser to the face (Chopping Mall)

Worst "Gotcha!" Ending - A giant robot kills the protagonists! (Feast III: The Happy Finish)

2nd Worst "Gotcha!" Ending - I'm scared of a kid running at me! (City of the Living Dead)

Best Short in V/H/S/2 - "Safe Haven"

Best Short in V/H/S: Viral - "Parallel Monsters"

Best Commercial in WNUF Halloween Special - Phil's Carpet Warehouse

Best Dancing Scene - Amelia Kinkade flashdances to Bauhaus's "Stigmata Martyr" (Night of the Demons)

Best Ironic Use of a Pop Song - "Not Pretty Enough" by Kasey Chambers in The Loved Ones

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