Things are really starting to heat up, my friends. HEAT. UP.
Each of the following films received FOUR VOTES:
182. Don't Be Afraid of the Dark -- 1973, John Newland
181. Halloween III: Season of the Witch -- 1982, Tommy Lee Wallace
180. A Tale of Two Sisters -- 2003, Ji-woon Kim
179. Feast -- 2005, John Gulager
Each of the following films received FIVE VOTES:
178. Dead & Buried -- 1981, Gary Sherman
177. The Funhouse -- 1981, Tobe Hooper
176. The Burning -- 1981, Tony Maylam
175. Pan's Labyrinth -- 2006, Guillermo del Toro
174. Final Destination -- 2000, James Wong
173. Sleepy Hollow -- 1999, Tim Burton
172. Phenomena -- 1985, Dario Argento
171. Captain Kronos- Vampire Hunter -- 1974, Brian Clemens
170. Masque of the Red Death -- 1964, Roger Corman
169. 28 Weeks Later -- 2007, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo
168. Spider Baby -- 1968, Jack Hill
167. House on Haunted Hill -- 1999, William Malone
166. The Hitcher -- 1986, Robert Harmon
165. Creature from the Black Lagoon -- 1954, Jack Arnold
164. Misery -- 1990, Rob Reiner
163. Eraserhead -- 1976, David Lynch
162. The Others -- 2001, Alejandro Amenabar
161. The Hills Have Eyes -- 2006, Alexandre Aja
160. Scanners -- 1981, David Cronenberg
159. The Amityville Horror -- 1979, Stuart Rosenberg
The following film received SIX VOTES:
158. Cabin Fever -- 2002, Eli Roth
- So does the appearance of The Funhouse have you wicked pumped for the next Film Club meeting, or what? November 8th- be there! Or don't.
- Speaking of The Funhouse...1981 represent! Four films in this chunk alone. Nicely done, folks.
- The Hitcher is such a great movie. That scene with Jennifer Jason Leigh, man...you know the one. YOU KNOW.
- The appearance of The Amityville Horror has me hankerin' to re-watch Part IV: The Evil Escapes, which makes no-- well, it's about an evil floor lamp, so my wanting to watch it makes perfect sense, actually. I gotta check out the sequel about the dollhouse and the sequel about the clock, too.
- Another re-watch: Don't Be Afraid of the Dark. It really underwhelmed me the first (and only) time I saw it. It could be one of those movies that's better-loved if you saw it back in the day, but I think it deserves a second chance. I'll take it back with open arms, but if it hurts me again we're through. For reals.