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Oct 24, 2017

SHOCKtober: 147-126



It's time for the last of the movies with THREE VOTES EACH!

147. The Amityville Horror -- 1979, Stuart Rosenberg
146. The Bad Seed -- 1956, Mervyn LeRoy
145. The Black Cat -- 1934, Edgar G. Ulmer
144. The Burning -- 1981, Tony Maylam
143. The Devil's Rejects -- 2005, Rob Zombie
142. The Hitcher -- 1986, Robert Harmon
141. The Howling -- 1981, Joe Dante
140. The Invitation -- 2015, Karyn Kusama
139. The Manitou -- 1977, William Girdler
138. The Mist -- 2007, Frank Darabont
137. The Old Dark House -- 1932, James Whale
136. The Orphanage -- 2007, J.A. Bayona
135. The Uninvited -- 1944, Lewis Allen
134. Tombs of the Blind Dead -- 1972, Armando de Ossorio
133. Tremors -- 1990, Ron Underwood
132. Tucker and Dale vs Evil -- 2010, Eli Craig
131. Vampyr -- 1932, Carl Theodor Dreyer
130. Wes Craven's New Nightmare -- 1994, Wes Craven

Well lookie here, each of these movies got FOUR VOTES!

129. Black Sabbath -- 1963, Mario Bava
128. Chopping Mall -- 1986, Jim Wynorski
127. Creature from the Black Lagoon -- 1954, Jack Arnold
126. Frankenstein -- 1931, James Whale

Sure, sure, everyone is always going on about The Bad Seed. But what about the sequel The Rad Seed?


The Invitation is great and if you haven't seen it yet you should definitely check it out!

I love living in a world where The Manitou got three votes.

Also, is this a good time for me to admit that I've never actually seen Chopping Mall? I know. I know!

9 comments:

Eliot Blades said...

Chopping Mall - worth it for the exploding head scene alone.

matango said...

You're like the only person in my corner about the Mist, Stacie.

Riccardo said...

It's "The Proofreader" again... ;-)

#342 is missing from this post:

http://www.finalgirl.rocks/2017/10/shocktober-362-342.html

(I haven't seen "Chopping Mall" either.)

Stacie Ponder said...

What can I say, listin' ain't easy

NintendoThumb said...

"The Rad Seed" made my day.
Love reading the posts and getting new movies to seek out...

Paul Hurh said...

The Rad Seed! I needed that laugh in the worst way, thank you!

matango said...

Tagline: "She wasn't evil, she just needed to shred!"

Jesse Krawczyk said...

Dick Miller plays an electrified janitor in 'Chopping Mall'. 'Nuff said.

rootandanchor said...

Chopping Mall, for what it's worth, has not one but three perfect taglines:

"Chopping Mall: Where shopping can cost you an arm and a leg."

"Chopping Mall: Where they slash their prices... and their customers!"

"Chopping Mall: Shop til you drop... dead!"