100 Days of Horror welcomes you to ... SATANFEST 2013

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"Y'all know me, know how I earn a livin'. I'll catch this bird for you, but it ain't gonna be easy. Bad fish! Not like going down to the pond and chasing bluegills and tommycods. This shark, swallow ya whole. Little shakin', little tenderizin', and down you go. And we gotta do it quick, that'll bring back the tourists, that'll put all your businesses on a payin' basis. But it's not gonna be pleasant! I value my neck a lot more than three thousand bucks, chief. I'll find him for three, but I'll catch him, and kill him, for ten. But you've gotta make up your minds. If you want to stay alive, then ante up. If you want to play it cheap, be on welfare the whole winter. I don't want no volunteers, I don't want no mates, there's too many captains on this island. Ten thousand dollars for me by myself. For that you get the head, the tail, the whole damn thing."

Monday, January 3, 2011

100 Days of Futureshock - The List!


LIKE A SOCIAL DISEASE YOU JUST CAN'T SHAKE WITH A HEALTHY DOSE OF PENICILLIN - WE'RE BACK TO MAKE YOU SCRATCH AND MOAN!

Cosmic greetings this New Year, my minions! We're back with a brand new mission - to bring you our deep, deep insights into a new realm of moviedom - SCI FI!

Ooh, it's so deep, baby. You know you feel it.

So we bring to you the official "100 Days of Futureshock" blog! In this episode, we will track over 70 years worth of science fiction movies, from Fritz Lang's "Metropolis" to to Alfonso Cuaron's epic "Children of Men" and beyond.

The rules are a little different this time. First off, I will be watching the movie first and blogging afterwards instead of the other way around, which was stupid. Okay, it wasn't really stupid, because the goal of the "100 Days of Horror" challenge was to figure out what it was that attracted me to horror films. Now? Hell, now I'm just frigging bored and miss talking about movies. So now, instead of working towards a Halloween celebration of a "Halloween" double bill, we will instead end our Sci-Fi challenge with the mother of all modern sci-fi trilogies - "The Matrix Trilogy!"

Secondly ... well, that's it. The format will be a little different and I will include more in-depth commentary than before when I care to. Also, I'll include favorite scenes as well as memorable quotes and even a "Best Scene Ever" entry as well. Who knows, we'll see ...

So we'll keep the niceties to a dull roar this time around and just present you with the list to beat all lists! Finely crafted! Expertly honed! Lousy with mistakes and probably a few repeats!

Play along at home! Sync your Netflix and your Blockbuster Online accounts (does that still exist? I dunno)! And enjoy our bizarre take on film!

THE LIST:
Jan. 8: The Black Hole (1979)
Jan. 9: Conquest of space (1955)
Jan. 10: The Box (2010)
Jan. 11: Minority Report (2002)
Jan. 12: War of the Worlds Double Bill
Jan. 13: Metropolis/Metropolis
Jan. 14: First Men on the Moon (1964)
Jan. 15: Dune (1984)
Jan. 16: Vanilla Sky (2001)
Jan. 17: Forbidden Planet (1956)
Jan. 18: Gog (1954)
Jan. 19: Westworld (1973)
Jan. 20: Buckaroo Banzai (1984)
Jan. 21: Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy (2005)
Jan. 22: The Omega Man (1971)
Jan. 23: From the Earth to the Moon (1958)
Jan. 24: I Robot (2004)
Jan. 25: Invasion of the Saucer Men (1957)
Jan. 26: Outland (1981)
Jan. 27: It Conquered the World (1956)
Jan. 28: Killers From Space (1954)
Jan. 29: Krull (1983)
Jan. 30: Last Woman on Earth (1960)
Jan. 31: Moon (2009)
Feb. 1: A Clockwork Orange (1971)
Feb. 2: The Fifth Element (1997)
Feb. 3: Things to Come (1936)
Feb. 4: District 9 (2009)
Feb. 5: Planet of the Apes/Planet of the Apes
Feb. 6: Star Wars (1977)
Feb. 7: Robot Monster (1953)
Feb. 8: K-Pax (2001)
Feb. 9: The Astounding She Monster (1957)
Feb. 10: Robocop (1987)
Feb. 11: The Beast with a Million Eyes (1955)
Feb. 12: Predator (1987)
Feb. 13: The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957)
Feb. 14: The Wizard of Mars (1965)
Feb. 15: They Came From Beyond Space (1967)
Feb. 16: Trancers (1985)
Feb. 17: Warlords of Atlantis (1978)
Feb. 18: Zardoz (1973)
Feb. 19: Logan’s Run (1976)
Feb. 20: Donovan’s Brain (1953)
Feb. 21: I Am Legend (2007)
Feb. 22: Soylent Green (1973)
Feb. 23: 1984 (1984)
Feb. 24: Dark Star (1974)
Feb. 25: The Stepford Wives Double Bill (1975/2004)
Feb. 26: On The Beach (1958)
Feb. 27: The Abyss (1989)
Feb. 28: Terminator/Terminator 2 (1984/1991)
March 1: Avatar (2010)
March 2: Creation of the Humanoids (1962)
March 3: Brainstorm (1983)
March 4: Invaders From Mars (1986)
March 5: Alien/Aliens Double Bill (1979/1986)
March 6: The Running Man (1987)
March 7: Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind (1977)
March 8: THX-1138 (1971)
March 9: Night of the Comet (1984)
March 10: Mad Max Triple Feature
March 11: Total Recall (1990)
March 12: The Mole People (1956)
March 13: Equilibrium (2002)
March 14: 12 Monkeys (1995)
March 15: Southland Tales (2006)
March 16: The Day the Earth Stood Still Double Bill
March 17: Highlander
March 18: Dreamscape/Inception (1984/2010)
March 19: Fire Maidens from outer Space (1956)
March 20: Pitch Black/ Chronicles of Riddick
March 21: Blade Runner (1982)
March 22: Children of Men (2006)
March 23: War Gods of the Deep (1965)
March 24: Solaris (2002)
March 25: Demolition Man (1993)
March 26: The Day Mars Invaded Earth (1963)
March 27: Starman (1984)
March 28: A Scanner Darkly (2006)
March 29: Fantastic Voyage (1966)
March 20: Gattica (1997)
March 31: Brazil (1985)
April 1: The Man With the Xray Eyes (1963)
April 2: Silent Running (1972)
April 3: Them! (1954)
April 4: ExisTenZ (1999)
April 5: Altered States (1982)
April 6: Night of the Lepus (1972)
April 7: Godzilla Double Feature
April 8: One Million Years BC (1966)
April 9: Journey to the Center of the Earth Double Feature
April 10: Barbarella (1968)
April 11: Missile to the Moon (1958)
April 12: Escape from New York (1981)
April 13: 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
April 14: Sleeper (1973)
April 15: Men in Black I & 2
April 16: Flash Gordon (1980)
April 17: The Matrix Trilogy!!!