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Oct 17, 2013

SHOCKtober: 150-141

Under the #150 mark, yet still in the land of the one vote each movies. When oh when will there be some companionship?

150. Night of the Demon -- 1957, Jacques Tourneur
149. Pontypool -- 2008, Bruce McDonald
148. The Terminator -- 1984, James Cameron
147. What Lies Beneath -- 2000, Robert Zemeckis
146. Begotten -- 1990, E. Elias Merhige
145. Kill List -- 2011, Ben Wheatley
144. Blood Simple -- 1984, Joel Coen
143. Sauna -- 2008, Antti-Jussi Annila
142. House II: The Second Story -- 1987, Ethan Wiley
141. The Thing That Couldn't Die -- 1958, Will Cowan

You got a bitchin' poster, there, Thing That Couldn't Die.


CashBailey said...

I did like SAUNA a lot. Very creepy and atmospheric.

Nice to see it mentioned. It's one of those movies that could definitely fall through the cracks.

Chris Otto said...

1. I keep meaning to see Pontypool but never have, darnit.

2. Blood Simple is a fabulous movie, though I can't say that it scares me.

3. To toot someone else's horn, DVD Savant is probably the biggest expert and most voluminous scribe when it comes to Night of the Demon/Curse of the Demon:

Stacie Ponder said...

PONTYPOOL is pretty terrific, although it collapses a bit toward the end under the weight of its own conceit. But it's a good ride.

As is SAUNA, which I need to watch again.

Unknown said...

Woohoo! 'Night of the Demon' - I cast the vote (and runes) for that one. A film so creepy it remains undiminished even in the face of the most laughably abysmal and underwhelming demon ever to issue forth from Hell. My mate keeps recommending 'Pontypool' to me so I will check it out -even though the name sounds like a Welsh seaside resort.

highwayknees said...

It's always gonna be Night of the Demon for me! So goood.

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