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Matt Sunshine
Matt Sunshine
11 days ago

#3. Halloween 6
#5. Village of the Damned (1995)

elgrayso
elgrayso
11 days ago

I believe #1 is ice cream man?

Dr Nick Riviera
Dr Nick Riviera
11 days ago

I’m fairly certain that #4 is from TALES FROM THE HOOD.

Oh, and #2 is from TALES FROM THE CRYPT: DEMON NIGHT.

Last edited 11 days ago by Dr Nick Riviera
kirbyreedloveshorror
kirbyreedloveshorror
11 days ago

#10 is Night of the Scarecrow

SmallDarkCloud
SmallDarkCloud
11 days ago

#6 is Castle Freak. I am so tempted to guess The Gate or Trick or Treat for #8 (I love both movies), but I don’t think that’s either of them.

Chuckles72
Chuckles72
11 days ago

SDC – I was thinking “the Gate” for #8 too! But pretty sure that is not it. I was thinking that #7 was Children of the Corn, but I just re-watched it and don’t recall that image. I kinda suck at these. I know that I also saw something in the last year with the actress in #9 – some real schlock – but can’t place her.

elgrayso
elgrayso
11 days ago

I guess just 7 and 8 are remaining? I definitely thought of the Gate and Trick or Treat bc of the demonic records for #8, but the image looks like a record store. I cant even think of any horror films with a record store at the moment. I guess that is the real question…I thought of Lost Boys but then realized that was a comic store of course!

elgrayso
elgrayso
11 days ago

Jumping off of Chuckles72’s comment on #7, there is a children of the corn movie with “Harvest” in the name, so thats a good guess, since it looks like a religious book in the picture. So that kind of makes sense, but I havent seen the movie and never would have thought of that on my own

JennyD13
JennyD13
11 days ago

Is #9 Rumpelstiltskin (1995)?

JennyD13
JennyD13
11 days ago

I think 10 might be The Stand miniseries from the 90s

SmallDarkCloud
SmallDarkCloud
10 days ago

Oh, man! I love Day of the Beast. I just didn’t think of it for some reason. A few months ago, it was also available on Shudder, along with another Alex de la Iglesia movie, Perdita Durango (a rare American film for him). I don’t know if Shudder still has them.

Last edited 10 days ago by SmallDarkCloud