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99- Return of the Living Dead
98- To Kill A Mockingbird
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96- Blue Velvet
95- Diabolique
94- Jaws
93- Creepshow
92- Confessions of an Opium Eater
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86- Night of The Hunter
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82- The Birds
81- Tombs of the Blind Dead
80- Invasion of the Body Snatchers
79- The Crying Game
78- The Exorcist III
77- Event Horizon
76- The Shining
75- Wait Until Dark
74- Silent Scream
73- Gates of Hell
72- Poltergeist II
71- Akira
70- The Evil Dead

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67- Prince of Darkness
66- The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
65- Marathon Man
64- Poltergeist
63- The Wizard of Oz
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60- Pee Wee's Big Adventure
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58- A Clockwork Orange
57- The Exorcist
56- Psycho
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40- King Kong
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38- 28 Days Later
37-
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35- The Grudge
34- The Ring
33- Indiana Jones Temple of Doom
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31- The Exorcist
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26- Dracula
25- Halloween
24- Suspiria
23- A Nightmare on Elm Street
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21- Invasion of the Bodysnatchers
20- Jaws
19- Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
18- Nosferatu
17- Misery
16- The Thing
15- Invasion Of The Body Snatchers
14- The Blair Witch Project
13- Night of the Living Dead
12- The Exorcist
11- Psycho
10- The Shining
9- The Exorcist III
8- Night of the Living Dead
7-
Jacob's Ladder
6- Un Chien Andalou
5- Poltergeist
4- Alien
3- The Shining
2- Carrie
1- Mulholland Drive

 

#72 POLTERGEIST II (1986)
CRAIG T NELSON SWALLOWS A TEQUILA WORM

 

Poltergeist II, for the most part, was a worthless piece of crap.  Were it not for the hideous art design of Alien creator HR Giger, it would have been completely unwatchable.  There's a scene where the father, played by Craig T. Nelson, decides to guzzle what's left of a tequila bottle.  There's a worm at the bottom, and he swallows that, too.  Unfortunately, the house poltergeist decides to possess the worm, and Nelson ends up vomiting a worm that is about as big as his own arm.  The hellish squirmy thing flops around the floor, grows a head and small nubs where the arms and legs should be (see above picture) and flops out of the room with a disturbingly freakish movement.  If one was ever hesitant about swallowing the worm before, one look at this scene would cure you instantly of such curiosity once and for all.

-Robert Berry
rberry@retrocrush.com