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The next thing I was gonna watch isn't done downloading, so I guess I'm watching something called "Hubie Halloween"? Movie #62.

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The last of the classic Universal monster flicks on my list for October -- I've enjoyed these, I should watch the rest of them at some point -- movie #63 is 1954's "The Creature from the Black Lagoon."

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Movie #64, "The Lost World: Jurassic Park," "Jurassic Park 2: The Lost World," or whatever it's called.

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Let's watch a /real/ one, it's movie #65, 1960's "Psycho," or, "Screechy Screechy Shower Knife."

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Movie #66, everything I've ever heard about this one is it sucks eggs, 1997's "Alien: Resurrection."

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Movie #67, "Gremlins 2: The New Batch."

Let's find out what the fuck that Key & Peele sketch everyone loves was about.

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Movie #68, I'm watching something called "The Stone Tape," from 1972.

I think it's a haunted house thing by the Quatermass guy?

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I've always sort of not-bothered with this one on account of its poor reputation -- movie #71 is 2003's "Hulk."

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Have put on something called "Velvet Buzzsaw." Movie #72.

* art gallery
* mass homicide
* Jake Gyllenhaal, I'm pretty sure

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movie #73

the 2017 "The Mummy," of the trailer with the missing audio tracks, of the failed called shot cinematic universe,

at least Tom Cruise is usually pretty watchable?

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today's movie is #75, "Tomorrow Never Dies."

if I'd watched it tomorrow, would it be "Today Never Dies"?

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Today's movie, #77, is the 1991 "The Addams Family."

Another one from my list for this month that's set at Christmas, I guess.

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Forgot to download what I was gonna watch, so today's motion picture movie film is 2017's "The Babysitter," because it's on Netflix. #78.

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uhhh #79, 1991's "The Silence of the Lambs," I guess

i better not hear a peep outta no sheep

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Had to watch this for school, and it's on Letterboxd, so I guess it counts.

#80 is "Muster," or "Rushes," a 2012
German installation film about the cyclical nature of trauma, as seen from three points in history.

Vimeo link: vimeo.com/137250892

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#82, "The Babysitter: Killer Queen," because the first one was actually pretty good.#82, "The Babysitter: Killer Queen," because the first one was actually pretty good.

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I'm halfway through #83, 1928 Charlie Chaplin picture "The Circus."

This is great, but the music is getting on my nerves.

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#85, I'm 40 minutes into 1933's "Cavalcade," which won Best Picture.

Depicting the life and times of a London family through the first 33 years of the 1900s, it's actually pretty good?

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Look, the thing I actually want is to know more about the Legend of Curly's Gold, but what kind of fool just skips straight to the sequel?

#86 is 1991's "City Slickers," which I know nothing about except that I guess Curly's Gold doesn't come up until 1994.

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I've had lunch and am 15 minutes into 1994's "City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold."

* Curly is the cowboy who died in the first one.
* He did seem like the type to have a legend about his gold.

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#88. I have no idea what 2010's "Remember Me" is about, what genre it is, or anything -- I just know that there's what I imagine must be an absurd last-minute twist that it's set on 9/11 and that Robert Pattinson is

in the wrong place

at the wrong time.

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#91, I've got a soft pretzel and 1999's "The World Is Not Enough," let's go.

I think in this one James Bond shoots some people.

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#92. While doing other things, I watched the Blumhouse "Fantasy Island" that I skipped in theatres earlier this year.

It was pretty stupid! But in that fun way you gotta be in the mood for.

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#93. I'm about 15 minutes into 1933 Best Picture nominee "The Private Life of Henry VIII," and they've already executed the Queen of England.

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Who knows what Desert Bus is gonna do to watching a movie every day, so let's get another one in: #95, 2001's "Jurassic Park III," the one I was invited to three different birthday parties to see in the cinema when I was 10.

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honestly glad this is the last one of the original run and they never had this version of Jims Bomp, like. interact with a post-9/11 world.

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oh, weird, title sequence with, like, actual narrative in it

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"If I'd had my way, you'd still be in North Korea."

damn, harsh

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"Double-0 status rescinded."

driving-slash-murder license revoked

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i just feel like rich english pricks don't get into as many insane sword fights these days as they used to, you know

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lmao, a fucking invisible car

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some absolutely laughably bad cgi here and there

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this is all very much on the sillier end of the pool

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i /like/ the sillier end of the pool

but still, a weird one to go out on

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@Alexis I don't care if people call me an imperialist, it's a damn shame we don't see it more.

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@kurt i'm entirely in favour as long as some of them die occasionally

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@Alexis I like to think it was Pierce Brosnan's "A View to A Kill" movie.

I'm only disappointed he ended up with an invisible car instead of cooking a quiche. πŸ˜‚

youtu.be/0IfQyP2zdLQ

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@Alexis Did they let him keep his learner's permit to have sex?

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