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Did Some Digging, Found Something Interesting That May Signal Next Episodes Outcome... [Spoiles, Obviously]

2020.05.09 21:38 Isotope-001 Did Some Digging, Found Something Interesting That May Signal Next Episodes Outcome... [Spoiles, Obviously]

Now, I had noticed that a good indicator of the outcome of these episodes was by looking at celebrity schedules. And digging into Barry Zito , I found somethings that were interesting.
The Final filming dates for TMS this season were Feb 20, 24, 25, and 29, at least to my knowledge.
But, something interesting popped up. On Feburary 21 first, he has gone to Sacremento in order to play at the Sofia, but had to postpone it to October 9th because his Wife was having a baby. Why is this important? Well, his wife is in Nashville, Tennessee. Meaning he probably wouldn't have time to head all the way to Nashville, take care of the baby situation, and go back to the TMS set in LA to both rehearse and perform.
But that's just an observation, anyone have differing thoughts?
Edit: Apperently, the semi-finals were filmed the 24th, and the announcement about his child was on the 22nd. Meaning that he did return to LA to film. Of course, that could still influence the outcome, but for now it's uncertain.
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2019.11.08 21:45 accio7 R/Baseball Offseason Schedule and Hot Stove Guide

Welcome to the hot stove season, also known as the offseason. We here at baseball understand the pains of baseball withdrawal, so we have a number of different events scheduled throughout the offseason to try and make it bearable for everyone. If you would just like a schedule of everything this offseason, skip to the bottom, otherwise, here are the events we have planned (starting with the new and finishing with the returning).
We have also included a "Hot Stove Guide" so you can be prepared for all the trading and signings that happen this offseason.

Baseball Book Club

We are continuing with the monthly book club discussion here at baseball! Each month a book has been chosen that you can check out and read, with a discussion post that will be made near the end of the month. We have tried to make nice mix of historical books, modern, fiction, and nonfiction.
Our November selection (to be discussed November 30th) is Sixty Feet, Six Inches by Bob Gibson and Reggie Jackson. Here's the description from Amazon:
Bob Gibson and Reggie Jackson offer a candid and unfiltered look at America's pastime, discussing the art of pitching, the art of hitting, and all things baseball.
Full of brush-backs, walk-off homeruns, high stakes, cold stares, epic battles, and a little chin music here and there, Sixty Feet, Six Inches is a baseball fan’s dream come true, a go to guide for how the game should be played. There is no part of the sport that these two titans do not discuss at length: big picture issues like how steroids have affected the game and handling the pressure of stardom, right next to exact descriptions of the mechanics of pitching and hitting. Filled with one-of-a-kind insider stories that recall a who's who of baseball nobility, including Willie Mays, Alex Rodriguez, Hank Aaron, Albert Pujols, Billy Martin, and Joe Torre, it is an unforgettable baseball history by two of the game’s greatest superstars.
Our other selections:

Postseason Symposium

This is an annual event where we make the subreddit text post only for a couple days to try and highlight the more in depth posts that many of our users make. Threads for analysis, long form opinion, creative OOTP sims, and historical pieces are highly encouraged. Here is our archive of past symposium pieces.

Toasts and Roasts

This has been a tradition at baseball for the last few offseasons, and we continue it this year. Throughout the offseason every team will get a day for a "Toast" thread where they can give a recap of their team's season and talk about the positives, and a "Roast" thread where the rest of baseball can make fun of everything they did. These threads are generally "hands off" from the mods, barring any extreme racist, sexist, or otherwise intolerant language.
Each week is given to a division. Monday will be the team that finished last in the division, and we'll go up the division standings until the divisions champion on Friday. These weeks are interspersed throughout the offseason to work around the winter meetings, holidays, and hall of fame announcements, so make sure you double check the schedule to see when your team is up.

Auxillary Sub Spotlights

Each year we pick 5 baseball related subreddits to shine a spotlight on for a week. These can vary from year to year, but it serves as an opportunity for them to share what they have to offer, as well as usually giving some great lessons for everyone.

Baseball Top MLB Players

This one is still tentative, and the exact format may not be the same as previous years, but this is a ranking of the top MLB players going into the 2020 season.

Why will X team exceed expectations? Why won't they?

This has been an annual series for as long as I can remember around here. Each team gets one day to talk about the expectations for the season, how they can exceed them, and all the things that can go wrong. This is our "30 team in 30 days" to lead up to opening day.

Hot Stove Guide

As the Hot Stove starts firing up again for another offseason, we wanted to remind you all of the following resources available through MLB Trade Rumors:
The MLB event calendar is stickied on the sidebar for your reference as well. A good glossary is also available on's site explaining such terms as the Rule 5 Draft, salary arbitration, the qualifying offer, and process of non-tendering.
Please also keep in mind our Twitter and breaking news rules:
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Full Tentative Schedule
Dates Event
November 3-14 Awards Announced
November 18-22 NL West Toasts and Roasts
November 25-26 Postseason Symposium
November 30 Book Club: Sixty Feet, Six Inches
December 2-6 AL West Toasts and Roasts
December 9-12 Winter Meetings in San Diego
December 16-20 NL Central Toasts and Roasts
December 23 Festivus Airing of Grievances
December 24-January 5 Holiday Doldrums
December 28 Book Club: Where Nobody Knows Your Name
January 6-10 AL Central Toasts and Roasts
January 13-17 NL East Toasts and Roasts
January 20-24 Hall of Fame Week
January 21 Hall of Fame voting results announced
January 25 Book Club: The Glory of their Times
January 27-31 AL East Toasts and Roasts
February 3-7 Auxillary Sub Spotlights
February 10-14 Baseball Top 100 Players
February 11 Pitchers and Catchers Report
February 16-March 17 Why will X team exceed expectations? Why won't they?
February 21 Spring Training Games Begin
February 22 Book Club: Curveball
March 21 Book Club: Bucky F*cking Dent
March 23-25 Prediction Contests, Prep Week
March 25 Baseball Eve
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2019.03.15 15:08 tombstoneshadows28 E-ver-y film (short, long, documentary, narrative, live-action, animated) with a "horror" keyword to be presently found on IMDB (in chronological order from 1980-1984)

  1. The Shining (1980/146m/Stanley Kubrick)
  2. Friday the 13th (1980/95m/Sean S. Cunningham)
  3. The Fog (1980/89m/John Carpenter)
  4. Cannibal Holocaust (1980/95m/Ruggero Deodato)
  5. Altered States (1980/102m/Ken Russell)
  6. The Changeling (1980/107m/Peter Medak)
  7. Inferno (1980/106m/Dario Argento)
  8. City of the Living Dead (1980/93m/Lucio Fulci)
  9. Prom Night (1980/92m/Paul Lynch)
  10. Maniac (1980/87m/William Lustig)
  11. Alligator (1980/91m/Lewis Teague)
  12. Motel Hell (1980/101m/Kevin Connor)
  13. Terror Train (1980/97m/Roger Spottiswoode)
  14. Saturn 3 (1980/96m/Stanley Donen and John Barry)
  15. Humanoids from the Deep (1980/80m/Barbara Peeters and Jimmy T. Murakami)
  16. The Ninth Configuration (1980/118m/William Peter Blatty)
  17. Nightmare City (1980/88m/Umberto Lenzi)
  18. The Watcher in the Woods (1980/PG/84m/John Hough and Vincent McEveety)
  19. Antropophagus (1980/90m/Joe D'Amato)
  20. Zombie Holocaust (1980/84m/Marino Girolami)
  21. House on the Edge of the Park (1980/91m/Ruggero Deodato)
  22. Christmas Evil (1980/100m/Lewis Jackson)
  23. Hell of the Living Dead (1980/99m/Bruno Mattei and Claudio Fragasso)
  24. Mother's Day (1980/91m/Charles Kaufman)
  25. The Island (1980/109m/Michael Ritchie)
  26. The Boogey Man (1980/82m/Ulli Lommel)
  27. Death Ship (1980/91m/Alvin Rakoff)
  28. Contamination (1980/95m/Luigi Cozzi)
  29. Eaten Alive! (1980/92m/Umberto Lenzi)
  30. Without Warning (1980/89m/Greydon Clark)
  31. He Knows You're Alone (1980/94m/Armand Mastroianni)
  32. Cannibals in the Streets (1980/96m/Antonio Margheriti)
  33. Fade to Black (1980/102m/Vernon Zimmerman)
  34. New Year's Evil (1980/85m/Emmett Alston)
  35. Blood Beach (1980/92m/Jeffrey Bloom)
  36. Day of Resurrection (1980/PG/108m/Kinji Fukasaku)
  37. Macabre (1980/89m/Lamberto Bava)
  38. The Awakening (1980/101m/Mike Newell)
  39. Encounters of the Spooky Kind (1980/102m/Sammo Kam-Bo Hung)
  40. The Hearse (1980/PG/99m/George Bowers)
  41. Don't Answer the Phone! (1980/94m/Robert Hammer)
  42. The Children (1980/93m/Max Kalmanowicz)
  43. Night of the Demon (1980/92m/James C. Wasson)
  44. The Unseen (1980/89m/Danny Steinmann)
  45. The Night of the Hunted (1980/87m/Jean Rollin)
  46. Funeral Home (1980/93m/William Fruet)
  47. Alien 2: On Earth (1980/92m/Ciro Ippolito and Biagio Proietti)
  48. To All a Goodnight (1980/87m/David Hess)
  49. Devil Hunter (1980/102m/Jesús Franco)
  50. Zigeunerweisen (1980/144m/Seijun Suzuki)
  51. The Godsend (1980/93m/Gabrielle Beaumont)
  52. The Alien Dead (1980/74m/Fred Olen Ray)
  53. Demonoid (1980/78m/Alfredo Zacarías)
  54. We're Going to Eat You (1980/90m/Hark Tsui)
  55. White Cannibal Queen (1980/90m/Jesús Franco and Franco Prosperi)
  56. Schizoid (1980/89m/David Paulsen)
  57. Toxic Zombies (1980/89m/Charles McCrann)
  58. Cannibal Terror (1980/93m/Alain Deruelle, Olivier Mathot and Julio Pérez Tabernero)
  59. Monstroid (1980/98m/Kenneth Hartford and Herbert L. Strock)
  60. The Attic (1980/PG/101m/George Edwards and Gary Graver)
  61. Nightkill (1980/97m/Ted Post)
  62. Beyond Evil (1980/94m/Herb Freed)
  63. Patrick Still Lives (1980/92m/Mario Landi)
  64. Dr. Heckyl and Mr. Hype (1980/99m/Charles B. Griffith)
  65. Stage Fright (1980/90m/John D. Lamond)
  66. Cataclysm (1980/94m/Phillip Marshak, Tom McGowan and Gregg G. Tallas)
  67. Scared to Death (1980/93m/William Malone)
  68. Phobia (1980/94m/John Huston)
  69. Savage Hunt of King Stakh (1980/134m/Valeri Rubinchik)
  70. Demented (1980/87m/Arthur Jeffreys)
  71. Effects (1980/84m/Dusty Nelson)
  72. Island Claws (1980/PG/82m/Hernan Cardenas)
  73. Hex (1980/94m/Chih-Hung Kuei)
  74. Savage Terror (1980/90m/Sisworo Gautama Putra)
  75. La nuit de la mort! (1980/91m/Raphaël Delpard)
  76. Terror on Tour (1980/87m/Don Edmonds)
  77. Fiend (1980/90m/Don Dohler)
  78. The Beasts' Carnival (1980/91m/Paul Naschy)
  79. Bloodrage (1980/78m/Joseph Zito)
  80. The Long Island Cannibal Massacre (1980/95m/Nathan Schiff)
  81. The Music of Erich Zann (1980/17m/John Strysik)
  82. The Beasts (1980/90m/Dennis Yu)
  83. Stigma (1980/86m/José Ramón Larraz)
  84. Cardiac Arrest (1980/PG/85m/Murray Mintz)
  85. Last Rites (1980/86m/Domonic Paris)
  86. Gehrayee (1980/135m/Vikas Desai and Aruna Raje)
  87. Trhauma (1980/72m/Gianni Martucci)
  88. Shaolin Hellgate (1980/88m/Cheh Chang)
  89. Furueru shita (1980/114m/Yoshitarô Nomura)
  90. Fisheye (1980/10m/Josko Marusic)
  91. Zoom In: Rape Apartments (1980/68m/Naosuke Kurosawa)
  92. Blow Job (1980/78m/Alberto Cavallone)
  93. Further Than Fear (1980/83m/Tomás Aznar)
  94. Punnami Naagu (1980/Raj Shekhar)
  95. All Women Are Whores (1980/65m/Shôgorô Nishimura)
  96. Shadows of the Mind (1980/80m/Roger Watkins)
  97. Ang panday (1980/Fernando Poe Jr.)
  98. Hex vs. Witchcraft (1980/96m/Chih-Hung Kuei)
  99. Phir Wohi Raat (1980/146m/Danny Denzongpa)
  100. The Sleep of Death (1980/90m/Calvin Floyd)
  101. Aquella casa en las afueras (1980/95m/Eugenio Martín)
  102. La dinastía de Dracula (1980/85m/Alfredo B. Crevenna and Claudia Becker)
  103. Viaje al más allá (1980/108m/Sebastián D'Arbó)
  104. Teeny-Tiny and the Witch Woman (1980/14m/Gene Deitch)
  105. Guest House (1980/Shyam Ramsay, Tulsi Ramsay)
  106. Morir de miedo (1980/107m/Juan José Porto)
  107. Die xian (1980/61m/Yuen Chor and Tun Fei Mou)
  108. Terror en el tren de medianoche (1980/85m/Manuel Iglesias)
  109. Parano (1980/80m/Bernard Dubois)
  110. Apetaxamin (1980/25m/Frieda Liappa)
  111. The Whip Against Murderous Mummies (1980/82m/Ángel Rodríguez Vázquez)
  112. Sabor a sangre (1980/91m/Mario Hernández)
  113. Geburt der Hexe (1980/94m/Wilfried Minks)
  114. Kraithong (1980/105m/Neramit and Sompote Sands)
  115. Fears (1980/99m/Alejandro Doria)
  116. The Wolf Man (1980/15m/Scott Allen Nollen)
  117. White Trash (1980/7m/Larry Fessenden)
  118. Sakthi (1980/Vijayanand)
  119. The Diabolical Dr. Flak (1980/95m/Jean-Jacques Rousseau)
  120. Sa init ng apoy (1980/Romy Suzara)
  121. A Praga (1980/80m/José Mojica Marins)
  122. Dark Water (1980/28m/Andrew Bogle)
  123. Dance Macabre (1980/8m/Al Magliochetti)
  124. Pesadilla mortal (1980/85m/Alfredo B. Crevenna)
  1. The Evil Dead (1981/NC-17/85m/Sam Raimi)
  2. An American Werewolf in London (1981/97m/John Landis)
  3. Halloween II (1981/92m/Rick Rosenthal)
  4. Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981/87m/Steve Miner)
  5. Scanners (1981/103m/David Cronenberg)
  6. The Howling (1981/91m/Joe Dante)
  7. Possession (1981/124m/Andrzej Zulawski)
  8. The Beyond (1981/87m/Lucio Fulci)
  9. The Final Conflict (1981/108m/Graham Baker)
  10. My Bloody Valentine (1981/90m/George Mihalka)
  11. The Burning (1981/91m/Tony Maylam)
  12. The House by the Cemetery (1981/86m/Lucio Fulci)
  13. The Funhouse (1981/96m/Tobe Hooper)
  14. Dead & Buried (1981/94m/Gary Sherman)
  15. Cannibal Ferox (1981/93m/Umberto Lenzi)
  16. The Prowler (1981/89m/Joseph Zito)
  17. Wolfen (1981/115m/Michael Wadleigh)
  18. Happy Birthday to Me (1981/110m/J. Lee Thompson)
  19. Piranha II: The Spawning (1981/94m/James Cameron, Ovidio G. Assonitis and Miller Drake)
  20. Ghost Story (1981/110m/John Irvin)
  21. Galaxy of Terror (1981/81m/Bruce D. Clark)
  22. The Hand (1981/104m/Oliver Stone)
  23. Hell Night (1981/101m/Tom DeSimone)
  24. Just Before Dawn (1981/90m/Jeff Lieberman)
  25. Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror (1981/85m/Andrea Bianchi)
  26. Deadly Blessing (1981/100m/Wes Craven)
  27. Madman (1981/88m/Joe Giannone)
  28. Student Bodies (1981/86m/Mickey Rose and Michael Ritchie)
  29. Bloody Birthday (1981/85m/Ed Hunt)
  30. Saturday the 14th (1981/PG/75m/Howard R. Cohen)
  31. The Black Cat (1981/92m/Lucio Fulci)
  32. Evilspeak (1981/97m/Eric Weston)
  33. Zombie Lake (1981/90m/Jean Rollin and Julian de Laserna)
  34. Nightmare (1981/97m/Romano Scavolini)
  35. Graduation Day (1981/96m/Herb Freed)
  36. The Monster Club (1981/104m/Roy Ward Baker)
  37. Horror Planet (1981/93m/Norman J. Warren)
  38. Final Exam (1981/89m/Jimmy Huston)
  39. Don't Go in the Woods (1981/82m/James Bryan)
  40. Venom (1981/92m/Piers Haggard)
  41. Monster Hunter (1981/90m/Joe D'Amato)
  42. The Pit (1981/96m/Lew Lehman)
  43. The Boogens (1981/95m/James L. Conway)
  44. The Last Shark (1981/PG/88m/Enzo G. Castellari)
  45. Eyes of a Stranger (1981/84m/Ken Wiederhorn)
  46. Night School (1981/88m/Ken Hughes)
  47. The Fan (1981/95m/Ed Bianchi)
  48. Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker (1981/96m/William Asher)
  49. Faces of Death II (1981/85m/John Alan Schwartz)
  50. Bloody Moon (1981/90m/Jesús Franco)
  51. X-Ray (1981/89m/Boaz Davidson)
  52. The Creature Wasn't Nice (1981/PG/88m/Bruce Kimmel)
  53. Strange Behavior (1981/87m/Michael Laughlin)
  54. Madhouse (1981/92m/Ovidio G. Assonitis)
  55. Full Moon High (1981/PG/93m/Larry Cohen)
  56. Fear No Evil (1981/99m/Frank LaLoggia)
  57. Mystics in Bali (1981/86m/H. Tjut Djalil)
  58. The Nesting (1981/103m/Armand Weston)
  59. The Survivor (1981/87m/David Hemmings)
  60. Frankenstein Island (1981/PG/97m/Jerry Warren)
  61. Dawn of the Mummy (1981/93m/Frank Agrama)
  62. The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Miss Osbourne (1981/91m/Walerian Borowczyk)
  63. Samurai Reincarnation (1981/122m/Kinji Fukasaku)
  64. Tattoo (1981/103m/Bob Brooks)
  65. The Other Hell (1981/88m/Bruno Mattei)
  66. Ghostkeeper (1981/89m/Jim Makichuk)
  67. Scream (1981/82m/Byron Quisenberry)
  68. Night of the Werewolf (1981/92m/Paul Naschy)
  69. Jaws of Satan (1981/92m/Bob Claver)
  70. Dreadnaught (1981/91m/Woo-Ping Yuen)
  71. Night of the Zombies (1981/88m/Joel M. Reed)
  72. Home Sweet Home (1981/85m/Nettie Peña)
  73. Shocking Asia (1981/94m/Rolf Olsen)
  74. Murder Syndrome (1981/92m/Riccardo Freda)
  75. Fantasma d'amore (1981/96m/Dino Risi)
  76. Rhythm of a Crime (1981/89m/Zoran Tadic)
  77. Savage Harvest (1981/PG/87m/Robert L. Collins)
  78. Rana: The Legend of Shadow Lake (1981/96m/Bill Rebane)
  79. Kung Fu Zombie (1981/80m/Shan Hua)
  80. Night of Horror (1981/76m/Tony Malanowski)
  81. Visitors from the Arkana Galaxy (1981/82m/Dusan Vukotic)
  82. Alison's Birthday (1981/97m/Ian Coughlan)
  83. The Appointment (1981/90m/Lindsey C. Vickers)
  84. Lady Stay Dead (1981/92m/Terry Bourke)
  85. Gu (1981/101m/Chih-Hung Kuei)
  86. Kiss Daddy Goodbye (1981/92m/Patrick Regan)
  87. Si yiu (1981/81m/Chih-Hung Kuei)
  88. Delusion (1981/82m/Alan Beattie)
  89. The Queen of Black Magic (1981/90m/Liliek Sudjio)
  90. The Warrior (1981/92m/Sisworo Gautama Putra)
  91. The Territory (1981/100m/Raoul Ruiz)
  92. The Imp (1981/95m/Dennis Yu)
  93. Suddenly in the Dark (1981/95m/Young Nam Ko)
  94. Years of the Beast (1981/98m/D. Paul Thomas)
  95. Bloody Parrot (1981/89m/Shan Hua)
  96. A Day of Judgment (1981/92m/Charles Reynolds)
  97. The Devil (1981/86m/Jen-Chieh Chang)
  98. Kisapmata (1981/90m/Mike De Leon)
  99. Ulvetid (1981/86m/Jens Ravn)
  100. Death Shock (1981 Video/47m/Steve Perry and Frank Thring)
  101. Hotel (1981/135m/Shyam Ramsay and Tulsi Ramsay)
  102. Tonkei shinjû (1981/91m/Yoshihiko Matsui)
  103. The Visitant (1981/22m/Paul Bunnell)
  104. Silver Slime (1981/15m/Christophe Gans)
  105. Zai sheng ren (1981/88m/Wai-Chuen Yung)
  106. The King and the Goblin (1981/9m/Lubomir Benes)
  107. Succubare (1981/83m/Wai Yip)
  108. Mangalsutra (1981/121m/Vijay B.)
  109. Dahshat (1981/Shyam Ramsay and Tulsi Ramsay)
  110. Fangs (1981/100m/Mohammed Shebl)
  111. Chehre Pe Chehra (1981/140m/Raj Tilak)
  112. Bloody Sex (1981/82m/Manuel Esteba)
  113. Pickman's Model (1981/32m/Cathy Welch)
  114. Sannata (1981/Shyam Ramsay and Tulsi Ramsay)
  115. The National Mummy (1981/85m/José Ramón Larraz)
  116. Tracking (1981/79m/Pierre B. Reinhard)
  117. Chanoc y el hijo del Santo contra los vampiros asesinos (1981/85m/Rafael Pérez Grovas)
  118. Srigala (1981/Sisworo Gautama Putra)
  119. Notturno con grida (1981/75m/Ernesto Gastaldi and Vittorio Salerno)
  120. Fei shi (1981/92m/Chung Sun)
  121. Pagbabalik ng panday (1981/Fernando Poe Jr.)
  122. The Intruder (1981/91m/David F. Eustace)
  123. Goeshi (1981/85m/Beom-gu Kang)
  124. Evil Spirit (1981/100m/Yeong-hyo Kim)
  125. Aqui, Tarados! (1981/81m/David Cardoso, John Doo and Ody Fraga)
  126. Masho no natsu - 'Yotsuya kaidan' yori (1981/96m/Yukio Ninagawa)
  127. House of Horrors (1996 Video/40m/Gui yu (1981/Pei-Chuan Li)
  128. Atrapados (1981/92m/Matthew Patrick)
  129. The Last Motel (1981 Video/86m/Bruce Callaghan)
  130. Hannah and the Dog Ghost (1981/29m/Ken Harrison)
  131. Ngein pak phi (1981/123m/Chana Krapayun)
  132. Setinggan (1981/90m/Aziz Sattar)
  133. Hands of Justice (1981/6m/Mike A. Ruggiero)
  134. Mag-toning muna tayo (1981/Mike Relon Makiling)
  135. Aarathi (1981/P. Chandrakumar)
  136. Six Tickets to Hell (1981/90m/Fernando Siro)
  137. A Trip of Terror (1981/88m/Mohamed Abdelaziz)
  138. Phra Rot-Meri (1981/126m/Sompote Sands)
  139. Shen tai mao (1981/Kan Ping Yu)
  140. Mangryongui Wechingturesu (1981/94m/Yoon Kyo Park)
  141. Night Evil Soul (1981/90m/Chuo-Chi Leung)
  1. The Thing (1982/109m/John Carpenter)
  2. Poltergeist (1982/PG/114m/Tobe Hooper)
  3. Friday the 13th Part III (1982/95m/Steve Miner)
  4. Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982/98m/Tommy Lee Wallace)
  5. Creepshow (1982/120m/George A. Romero)
  6. Tenebre (1982/101m/Dario Argento)
  7. Cat People (1982/118m/Paul Schrader)
  8. Basket Case (1982/91m/Frank Henenlotter)
  9. The Entity (1982/125m/Sidney J. Furie)
  10. Swamp Thing (1982/PG/91m/Wes Craven)
  11. Amityville II: The Possession (1982/104m/Damiano Damiani)
  12. The Slumber Party Massacre (1982/77m/Amy Holden Jones)
  13. The New York Ripper (1982/85m/Lucio Fulci)
  14. White Dog (1982/PG/90m/Samuel Fuller)
  15. Pieces (1982/89m/Juan Piquer Simón)
  16. Q (1982/93m/Larry Cohen)
  17. The Sword and the Sorcerer (1982/99m/Albert Pyun)
  18. Xtro (1982/84m/Harry Bromley Davenport)
  19. Silent Rage (1982/103m/Michael Miller)
  20. Alone in the Dark (1982/92m/Jack Sholder)
  21. Visiting Hours (1982/103m/Jean-Claude Lord)
  22. Forbidden World (1982/77m/Allan Holzman)
  23. The Beast Within (1982/98m/Philippe Mora)
  24. Turkey Shoot (1982/80m/Brian Trenchard-Smith)
  25. Superstition (1982/85m/James W. Roberson)
  26. Oasis of the Zombies (1982/82m/Jesús Franco)
  27. One Dark Night (1982/PG/89mTom McLoughlin)
  28. Manhattan Baby (1982/89m/Lucio Fulci)
  29. Class Reunion (1982/84m/Michael Miller)
  30. Parasite (1982/85m/Charles Band)
  31. Variola Vera (1982/110m/Goran Markovic)
  32. The Living Dead Girl (1982/86m/Jean Rollin)
  33. The Incubus (1982/93m/John Hough)
  34. The Slayer (1982/80m/J.S. Cardone)
  35. The Dorm That Dripped Blood (1982/88m/Stephen Carpenter and Jeffrey Obrow)
  36. Humongous (1982/97m/Paul Lynch)
  37. Unhinged (1982/79m/Don Gronquist)
  38. Time Walker (1982/PG/83m/Tom Kennedy)
  39. The Last Horror Film (1982/87m/David Winters)
  40. Death Valley (1982/87m/Dick Richards)
  41. The Sender (1982/91m/Roger Christian)
  42. Raw Force (1982/86m/Edward D. Murphy)
  43. Bloodtide (1982/82m/Richard Jefferies)
  44. Deadly Eyes (1982/87m/Robert Clouse)
  45. The Scaremaker (1982/96m/Robert Deubel)
  46. Next of Kin (1982/89m/Tony Williams)
  47. The House Where Evil Dwells (1982/88m/Kevin Connor)
  48. Nightbeast (1982/80m/Don Dohler)
  49. The Forest (1982/85m/Don Jones)
  50. The Fan (1982/92m/Eckhart Schmidt)
  51. Pandemonium (1982/PG/82m/Alfred Sole)
  52. Midnight (1982/94m/John A. Russo)
  53. Trick or Treats (1982/91m/Gary Graver)
  54. Wacko (1982/PG/90m/Greydon Clark)
  55. Black Candles (1982/84m/José Ramón Larraz)
  56. Zánik domu Usherú (1982/15m/Jan Švankmajer)
  57. Boardinghouse (1982/98m/John Wintergate)
  58. Murder by Phone (1982/95m/Michael Anderson)
  59. The Curse of the Screaming Dead (1982/91m/Tony Malanowski)
  60. The Boogeyman (1982/28m/Jeff Schiro)
  61. Human Lanterns (1982/95m/Chung Sun)
  62. A Stranger Is Watching (1982/92m/Sean S. Cunningham)
  63. La bimba di Satana (1982/75m/Mario Bianchi)
  64. Panic (1982/90m/Tonino Ricci)
  65. Double Exposure (1982/94m/William Byron Hillman)
  66. La mansión de los muertos vivientes (1982/97m/Jesús Franco)
  67. Death Screams (1982/88m/David Nelson)
  68. Blood Song (1982/89m/Alan J. Levi)
  69. The Miracle Fighters (1982/95m/Woo-Ping Yuen)
  70. The Scorpion with Two Tails (1982/94m/Sergio Martino)
  71. Satan's Mistress (1982/98m/James Polakof)
  72. The Loch Ness Horror (1982/PG/89m/Larry Buchanan)
  73. Big Meat Eater (1982/82m/Chris Windsor)
  74. Malice in Wonderland (1982/4m/Vince Collins)
  75. Satan's Slave (1982/96m/Sisworo Gautama Putra)
  76. The Black Room (1982/88m/Elly Kenner and Norman Thaddeus Vane)
  77. Blood Link (1982/98m/Alberto De Martino)
  78. The Dead and the Deadly (1982/97m/Wu Ma)
  79. Litan (1982/88m/Jean-Pierre Mocky)
  80. Wu gong zhou (1982/93m/Keith Li)
  81. Honeymoon Horror (1982/88m/Harry Preston)
  82. Burned at the Stake (1982/88m/Bert I. Gordon)
  83. Deadly Games (1982/92m/Scott Mansfield)
  84. The Secret of the Mummy (1982/85m/Ivan Cardoso)
  85. Island of Blood (1982/82m/William T. Naud)
  86. Night of Destiny (1982/84m/Helmer von Lützelburg)
  87. Klynham Summer (1982/PG/88m/Sam Pillsbury)
  88. Coming Soon (1982 Video/55m/John Landis)
  89. The Ghost Dance (1982/96m/Peter F. Buffa)
  90. The Dummy (1982/7m/Louis La Volpe)
  91. Dark Sanity (1982/88m/Martin Green)
  92. Yin ji (1982/88m/Chiu Lee)
  93. Pure Blood (1982/90m/Luis Ospina)
  94. The Best of Sex and Violence (1982/76m/Ken Dixon)
  95. Ren she da zhan (1982/86m/Chi Chang)
  96. Invitation to Hell (1982/50m/Michael J. Murphy)
  97. Mongrel (1982/88m/Robert A. Burns)
  98. Ye jing hun (1982/87m/Po-Chih Leong)
  99. Runaway Nightmare (1982/105m/Mike Cartel)
  100. Don't Look in the Attic (1982/90m/Carlo Ausino)
  101. Mo deng tian shi (1982/88m/John Woo)
  102. Blood Bride (1982/90m/Robert J. Avrech)
  103. Famous T & A (1982 Video/74m/Ken Dixon)
  104. Wolf Devil Woman (1982/85m/Ling Chang)
  105. Xiao sheng pa pa (1982/91m/Chia Yung Liu)
  106. El extraño hijo del Sheriff (1982/82m/Fernando Durán Rojas)
  107. Fei tou mo nu (1982/92m/Jen-Chieh Chang)
  108. Echoes (1982/89m/Arthur Allan Seidelman)
  109. Early Frost (1982/92m/David Hannay)
  110. A Reencarnação do Sexo (1982/80m/Luiz Castellini)
  111. Hell Has No Boundary (1982/91m/Kuen Yeung)
  112. Ninja, the Violent Sorceror (1982/90m/Godfrey Ho)
  113. Hex after Hex (1982/101m/Chih-Hung Kuei)
  114. El ser (1982/77m/Stefano D'Arbo and Sebastián D'Arbó)
  115. Xie zhou (1982/79m/Chih-Hung Kuei)
  116. Secta siniestra (1982/89m/ Ignacio F. Iquino)
  117. First Transmission (1982 Video/240m)
  118. La casa de las siete tumbas (1982/90m/Pedro Stocki)
  119. Regreso del más allá (1982/Juan José Porto)
  120. Ceylon My Love (1982/90m/Jacques Orth and Hubert Frank)
  121. Nyi blorong (1982/82m/Sisworo Gautama Putra)
  122. Hwanyeo '82 (1982/115m/Ki-young Kim)
  123. El cepo (1982/86m/Francisco Rodríguez Gordillo)
  124. Victims (1982/82m/Tony Vorno)
  125. Sundelbolong (1982/Sisworo Gautama Putra)
  126. Das zweite Gesicht (1982/101m/Dominik Graf)
  127. Despair (1982 Video)
  128. Haplos (1982/120m/Butch Perez)
  129. 27 horas con la muerte (1982/113m/Jairo Pinilla)
  130. Habit (1982 Video/83m/Larry Fessenden)
  131. Desolation Angels (1982/88m/Christopher Fitchett)
  132. Bayi ajaib (1982/94m/Tindra Rengat)
  133. Strasek, der Vampir (1982/70m/Theodor Boder)
  134. Tôno monogatari (1982/Tetsutaro Murano)
  135. Leng yan sha ji (1982/Chia-Yun Yang)
  136. Yang gui (1982/Wilson Tong)
  137. Devil Returns (1982/88m/Yao-Chi Chen)
  138. Castle of De Sade (1982/90m/Julius Belvedere)
  139. The Toxic Slime Creature (1982 Video/60m/Kenneth Zollo)
  140. Buaya putih (1982/94m/Fritz G. Schadt)
  141. Bin mei (1982/88m/Pak Tong Cheuk)
  142. Feminette (1982/Todd Hughes)
  143. Dracula Rises (1982/92m/Hyeong-pyo Lee)
  144. Three Furies (1982/93m/In Soo Kim)
  145. Monster in Salzburg (1982/12m/Virgil Widrich)
  1. Videodrome (1983/87m/David Cronenberg)
  2. Christine (1983/110m/John Carpenter)
  3. The Dead Zone (1983/103m/David Cronenberg)
  4. Jaws 3-D (1983/PG/99m/Joe Alves)
  5. Cujo (1983/93m/Lewis Teague)
  6. Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983/PG/101m/Joe Dante, John Landis, George Miller, Steven Spielberg)
  7. Sleepaway Camp (1983/84m/Robert Hiltzik)
  8. Psycho II (1983/113m/Richard Franklin)
  9. The Hunger (1983/97m/Tony Scott)
  10. Michael Jackson: Thriller (1983 Video/PG/13m/John Landis)
  11. The Keep (1983/96m/Michael Mann)
  12. Angst (1983/87m/Gerald Kargl)
  13. The House on Sorority Row (1983/91m/Mark Rosman)
  14. The Lift (1983/95m/Dick Maas)
  15. Amityville 3-D (1983/PG/105m/Richard Fleischer)
  16. Extra Terrestrial Visitors (1983/80m/Juan Piquer Simón)
  17. The Deadly Spawn (1983/81m/Douglas McKeown)
  18. Curtains (1983/89m/Richard Ciupka)
  19. House of the Long Shadows (1983/G/100m/Pete Walker)
  20. Nightmares (1983/99m/Joseph Sargent)
  21. A Blade in the Dark (1983/108m/Lamberto Bava)
  22. 2019: After the Fall of New York (1983/96m/Sergio Martino)
  23. Of Unknown Origin (1983/88m/George P. Cosmatos)
  24. Strange Invaders (1983/PG/92m/Michael Laughlin)
  25. Zu: Warriors from the Magic Mountain (1983/95m/Hark Tsui)
  26. The Final Terror (1983/82m/Andrew Davis)
  27. Microwave Massacre (1983/76m/Wayne Berwick)
  28. Revenge of the Dead (1983/89m/Pupi Avati)
  29. Conquest (1983/88m/Lucio Fulci)
  30. Mortuary (1983/91m/Howard Avedis)
  31. Mausoleum (1983/96m/Michael Dugan)
  32. Sweet Sixteen (1983/90m/Jim Sotos)
  33. Mountaintop Motel Massacre (1983/95m/Jim McCullough Sr.)
  34. The Being (1983/82m/Jackie Kong)
  35. Scalps (1983/82m/Fred Olen Ray)
  36. Boogeyman II (1983/79m/Bruce Pearn, Ulli Lommel and Paul Willson)
  37. Mo (1983/99m/Chih-Hung Kuei)
  38. Spasms (1983/90m/A William Fruet)
  39. Do pivnice (1983/15m/Jan Švankmajer)
  40. Frightmare (1983/86m/Norman Thaddeus Vane)
  41. La belle captive (1983/90m/Alain Robbe-Grillet)
  42. Dracula of Exarcheia (1983/87m/Nikos Zervos)
  43. The Devonsville Terror (1983/82m/Ulli Lommel)
  44. Hysterical (1983/PG/87m/Chris Bearde)
  45. Screamtime (1983/89m/Michael Armstrong and Stanley A. Long)
  46. Eyes of Fire (1983/90m/Avery Crounse)
  47. A Night to Dismember (1983/69m/Doris Wishman)
  48. Seeding of a Ghost (1983/88m/Kuen Yeung)
  49. The Demons of Ludlow (1983/83m/Bill Rebane)
  50. Diamonds of Kilimanjaro (1983/83m/Jesús Franco and Olivier Mathot)
  51. Macumba Sexual (1983/80m/Jesús Franco)
  52. The Alchemist (1983/78m/Charles Band)
  53. Panic Beats (1983/94m/Paul Naschy)
  54. Blood Beat (1983 Video/85m/Fabrice A. Zaphiratos)
  55. Sledgehammer (1983 Video/87m/David A. Prior)
  56. Disciples of the Crow (1983/30m/John Woodward)
  57. Revenge in the House of Usher (1983/93m/Jesús Franco)
  58. Julie Darling (1983/100m/Paul Nicholas)
  59. Grizzly II: The Concert (1983/PG-13/97m/André Szöts)
  60. Olivia (1983/80m/Ulli Lommel)
  61. Lumaban ka, Satanas (1983/90m/Efren C. Piñon)
  62. Harmagedon: Genma taisen (1983/135m/Rintaro)
  63. The House of the Yellow Carpet (1983/89m/Carlo Lizzani)
  64. Skullduggery (1983/95m/Ota Richter)
  65. Devil Fetus (1983/84m/Hung-Chuen Lau)
  66. A Polish Vampire in Burbank (1983/80m/Mark Pirro)
  67. Wilczyca (1983/98m/Marek Piestrak)
  68. Põrgu (1983/17m/Rein Raamat)
  69. Dogs of Hell (1983/89m/Worth Keeter)
  70. Adam and Eve (1983/91m/Enzo Doria and Luigi Russo)
  71. Dance of the Dwarfs (1983/PG/93m/Gus Trikonis)
  72. Geek Maggot Bingo or The Freak from Suckweasel Mountain (1983/74m/Nick Zedd)
  73. Demon Is on the Island (1983/102m/Francis Leroi)
  74. Play Dead (1983/86m/Peter Wittman)
  75. Mad Mutilator (1983/90m/N.G. Mount)
  76. Jui gwai chat hung (1983/87m/Ronny Yu)
  77. Carne de tu carne (1983/94m/Carlos Mayolo)
  78. The Beast and the Magic Sword (1983/120m/Paul Naschy)
  79. Blödaren (1983/78m/Hans Hatwig)
  80. Please Don't Eat the Babies (1983/88m/Henri Charr)
  81. The Mercenary (1983/104m/Hong Lu Wong)
  82. Suffer Little Children (1983/74m/Alan Briggs)
  83. Possibly in Michigan (1983/12m/ Cecelia Condit)
  84. To Kill a Stranger (1983/88m/Juan López Moctezuma)
  85. Meng gui chu long (1983/84m/David Lai)
  86. Scarab (1983 Video/Steven-Charles Jaffe)
  87. The House (1983/101m/Egill Eðvarðsson)
  88. Filmgore (1983 Video/85m/Ken Dixon)
  89. The Returning (1983/90m/Joel Bender)
  90. Gong gui zai (1983/Titus Ho)
  91. The Lost Tribe (1983/114m/John Laing)
  92. Beasts (1983/Don Hawks)
  93. Portrait in Crystal (1983/77m/Shan Hua)
  94. Morbus (o bon profit) (1983/87m/Ignasi P. Ferré)
  95. Die schwarze Spinne (1983/98m/Mark M. Rissi)
  96. Sobrenatural (1983/Eugenio Martín)
  97. The Gold of Love (1983/86m/Eckhart Schmidt)
  98. Blood on My Shoes (1983/90m/Jesús Franco)
  99. Demon Hunter (1983/93m/Gilberto de Anda)
  100. Momentos de Prazer e Agonia (1983/90m/Adnor Pitanga)
  101. On the Third Day (1983/101m/Stanley O'Toole)
  102. The Last Night (1983/50m/Michael J. Murphy)
  103. Disney's Haunted Halloween (1983/8m)
  104. Hanging Heart (1983/90m/Jimmy Lee)
  105. Brutal Sorcery (1983/87m/Ling Pang)
  106. Nao mo (1983/94m/Lieh Lo)
  107. Dead Bunnies (1983/30m/Randy Shulman)
  108. Plan 10: The Vengeance of Bela (1983/60m/Scott Allen Nollen)
  109. El invernadero (1983/76m/Santiago Lapeira)
  110. The Only Take (1983/2m/Gorman Bechard)
  111. Perkawinan nyi blorong (1983/Sisworo Gautama Putra)
  112. Lock (1983/80m/Maxime Debest)
  113. Bartholemew (1983/6m/Gorman Bechard)
  114. After Midnight (1983/15m/Pierre Barletta)
  115. Estong Tutong: Ikalawang yugto (1983/Angel Labra)
  116. Che wan (1983/90m/Pao-Lun Lu)
  117. Evil Hits Evil (1983/79m/Wei-Han Lai)
  1. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984/91m/Wes Craven)
  2. Gremlins (1984/PG/106m/Joe Dante)
  3. Children of the Corn (1984/92m/Fritz Kiersch)
  4. Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984/91m/Joseph Zito)
  5. Firestarter (1984/114m/Mark L. Lester)
  6. The Toxic Avenger (1984/82m/Michael Herz and Lloyd Kaufman)
  7. Night of the Comet (1984/PG-13/95m/Thom Eberhardt)
  8. The Company of Wolves (1984/95m/Neil Jordan)
  9. Dreamscape (1984/PG-13/99m/Joseph Ruben)
  10. Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984/79m/Charles E. Sellier Jr.)
  11. C.H.U.D. (1984/88m/Douglas Cheek)
  12. Ghoulies (1984/PG-13/81m/Luca Bercovici)
  13. Godzilla 1985 (1984/PG/103m/Koji Hashimoto and R.J. Kizer)
  14. Razorback (1984/95m/Russell Mulcahy)
  15. The Hills Have Eyes Part II (1984/86m/Wes Craven)
  16. Boggy Creek II: And the Legend Continues (1984/PG/91m/Charles B. Pierce)
  17. Devil Fish (1984/90m/Lamberto Bava)
  18. The Mutilator (1984/86m/Buddy Cooper and John Douglass)
  19. Strangler vs. Strangler (1984/93m/Slobodan Sijan)
  20. Combat Shock (1984/91m/Buddy Giovinazzo)
  21. The Initiation (1984/97m/Larry Stewart and Peter Crane)
  22. Rats: Night of Terror (1984/97m/Bruno Mattei and Claudio Fragasso)
  23. Terror in the Aisles (1984/84m/Andrew J. Kuehn)
  24. The Dungeonmaster (1984/PG-13/73m/David Allen, Charles Band, John Carl Buechler, Steven Ford, Peter Manoogian, Ted Nicolaou and Rosemarie Turko)
  25. Mutant (1984/99m/John 'Bud' Cardos and Mark Rosman)
  26. Don't Open Till Christmas (1984/86m/Edmund Purdom)
  27. Splatter University (1984/78m/Richard W. Haines)
  28. Sole Survivor (1984/85m/Thom Eberhardt)
  29. Impulse (1984/91m/Graham Baker)
  30. Monster Dog (1984/84m/Claudio Fragasso)
  31. Bloodbath at the House of Death (1984/92m/Ray Cameron)
  32. Kyvadlo, jáma a nadeje (1984/15m/Jan Švankmajer)
  33. Wild beasts - Belve feroci (1984/92m/Franco Prosperi)
  34. The Lost Empire (1984/83m/Jim Wynorski)
  35. Death Warmed Over (1984/85m/David Blyth)
  36. Scream for Help (1984/89m/Michael Winner)
  37. Blind Date (1984/103m/Nico Mastorakis)
  38. Special Effects (1984/106m/Larry Cohen)
  39. Zombie Island Massacre (1984/95m/John N. Carter)
  40. Black Devil Doll from Hell (1984 Video/70m/Chester Novell Turner)
  41. They're Playing with Fire (1984/96m/Howard Avedis)
  42. Fatal Games (1984/88m/Michael Elliot)
  43. The Prey (1984/80m/Edwin Brown)
  44. Rocktober Blood (1984/93m/Beverly Sebastian)
  45. Silent Madness (1984/93m/Simon Nuchtern)
  46. Blood Suckers from Outer Space (1984/79m/Glen Coburn)
  47. Decoder (1984/87m/Muscha)
  48. What Waits Below (1984/PG/88m/Don Sharp)
  49. Purana Mandir (1984/144m/Shyam Ramsay and Tulsi Ramsay)
  50. Satan's Blade (1984/82m/L. Scott Castillo Jr.)
  51. The Devil's Gift (1984/90m/Kenneth J. Berton)
  52. Blood Theatre (1984/75m/Rick Sloane)
  53. Carnage (1984/91m/Andy Milligan)
  54. Shadows Run Black (1984/88m/Howard Heard)
  55. Ghost (1984/5m/Takashi Ito
  56. The Power (1984/84m/Stephen Carpenter and Jeffrey Obrow)
  57. Gui ma tian shi (1984/95m/Cheung-Yan Yuen)
  58. The Occupant (1984/96m/Ronny Yu)
  59. Disconnected (1984/82m/Gorman Bechard)
  60. Sleepwalker (1984/51m/Saxon Logan)
  61. Deadline (1984/90m/Mario Azzopardi)
  62. The Jar (1984/85m/Bruce Toscano)
  63. Frankenstein 90 (1984/100m/Alain Jessua)
  64. Night Has a Thousand Desires (1984/92m/Jesús Franco)
  65. Mr. Wrong (1984/88m/Gaylene Preston)
  66. Horror Heaven (1984/22m/Jörg Buttgereit)
  67. Widziadlo (1984/90m/Marek Nowicki)
  68. Innocent Prey (1984/77m/Colin Eggleston)
  69. The Dark Side of Midnight (1984/108m/Wes Olsen)
  70. Manson Family Movies (1984 Video/88m/John Aes-Nihil)
  71. Frankenstein's Great Aunt Tillie (1984/100m/Myron J. Gold)
  72. The Enchanted (1984/PG/89m/Carter Lord)
  73. Yan gui fa kuang (1984/93m/David Lai)
  74. Ren he gui (1984/93m/Yuet Sang Chin)
  75. Vultures (1984/101m/Paul Leder)
  76. Devil Fetus 2: The Rape After (1984/88m/Moon-Tong Lau)
  77. Ningyo densetsu (1984/110m/Toshiharu Ikeda)
  78. Shree Krishnaparanthu (1984/P. Bhaskaran and A. Vincent)
  79. The Nine Demons (1984/95m/Cheh Chang)
  80. 'Babicky dobíjejte presne!' (1984/101m/Ladislav Rychman)
  81. Day of the Reaper (1984 Video/Tim Ritter)
  82. The Musician and Death (1984/9m/Lubomir Benes)
  83. Blutige Exzesse im Führerbunker (1984/8m/Jörg Buttgereit)
  84. El siniestro doctor Orloff (1984/87m/Jesús Franco)
  85. W starym dworku czyli niepodleglosc trójkatów (1984/99m/Andrzej Kotkowski)
  86. Pyasa Shaitan (1984/100m/Joginder Shelly)
  87. Telaga Angker (1984/99m/Sisworo Gautama Putra)
  88. Shake, Rattle & Roll (1984/124m/Ishmael Bernal, Emmanuel H. Borlaza and Peque Gallaga)
  89. Clash (1984/92m/Raphaël Delpard)
  90. Junior (1984/Marcy Hedy Lynn)
  91. 100 Years of Horror: The Frankenstein Family (1996 Video/La muerte del chacal (1984/90m/Pedro Galindo III)
  92. Amazing Stories (1984/Ao Hsin Chin)
  93. The Siamese Twins (1984/87m/Angela Mak)
  94. El corazón de la noche (1984/108m/Jaime Humberto Hermosillo)
  95. Dark Enemy (1984/82m/Colin Finbow)
  96. Shock: Diversão Diabólica (1984/74m/Jair Correia)
  97. Obliteration (1984/40m/Paul Bunnell)
  98. Shang tian jiu ming (1984/90m/David Chiang)
  99. Satan's Touch (1984/85m/John D. Goodell)
  100. The Spirits of Jupiter (1984 Video/106m/Russell Kern)
  101. Sex Beyond the Grave (1984/84m/Chun Keung Chiu and Tai-Heng Li)
  102. Vilkatis Toms (1984/88m/Eriks Lacis)
  103. La segua (1984/102m/Antonio Yglesias)
  104. Alapaap (1984/Tata Esteban)
  105. Folies Meurtrières (1984 Video/45m/Antoine Pellissier)
  106. Manasariyathe (1984/111m/Soman Ambaat)
  107. Der Biß (1984/84m/Marianne Enzensberger)
  108. Lovingly Yours, Helen (The Movie) (1984/Argel Joseph)
  109. El monje loco (1984/76m/Julio Aldama)
  110. Masacre en Río Grande (1984/80m/Pedro Galindo III)
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2019.03.06 01:56 tombstoneshadows28 Every horror film listed on IMDB for the calendar year 2019 (grouped by current state of completion as of time of this posting.) Part 1 of ?)

Currently In Pre-Production for 2019
  1. Help Wanted (2019/Dave Bundtzen)
  2. From Me to You (2019/Simret Cheema-Innis)
  3. Helping Hands (2019/Benji Sandergaard)
  4. Help Wanted (2019/Dave Bundtzen
  5. Uncle Avery (2019/Charles S. Frank)
  6. Guys at Parties Like It (2019/Colton David Coate and Micah Coate)
  7. Aim for the Eye (2019/Peter Gamble Robinson)
  8. Deadtime Travels - Dead Before Dusk (2019/George Meyers)
  9. It's All Fun and Games (2019/James B. Thomasson)
  10. Das Mädchen und der Bulle (2019/Dominik Heit)
  11. Apparitions (2019/Perri Cummings and Paul Anthony Nelson)
  12. Still (2019/Jeff Kapp)
  13. 360 Seconds of Nothing (2019/10m/Preston Hazard)
  14. Devil (2019/Nathan Frankowski)
  15. Untitled Dream Film (2019/Patricio Gonzalez)
  16. Clowns (2019/Nikki Tomb)
  17. What Remains of Us (2019/Scott W. Perry)
  18. A Christmas Past (2019/Cheyanne Marie Smith)
  19. Disturbed Remains (2019/Michael Jamal Mitchell)
  20. Addition By Subtraction: The Rise To Power (2019/Terrell Williams)
  21. Inaudible Screams (2019/Todd Bagley and W. Abbey Mercando)
  22. Upon Arrival (2019/Scott W. Perry)
  23. The Man (2019)
  24. Dog Skin (2019/Tiago Teixeira)
  25. A Deal with Death (2019/Chrissie Harper)
  26. Hand Painted Coffin (2019/Ian Spencer Holt)
  27. Before Nightfall (2019/15m/Daniel Bushen)
  28. Ghost Babes (2019/K.H. Orth)
  29. Grotesque (2019/Brandon Rhiness)
  30. Doomed (2019/Kevin Brame)
  31. The Matriarch (2019/Bianca Crespo)
  32. Await the Dawn (2019/Pablo Macho Maysonet IV)
  33. Blind Date (2019/Maurice Nix)
  34. Red Eleven: Starry Eyes (2019/Jesse Haaja)
  35. Hosts (2019/Adam Leader and Richard Oakes)
  36. Z: The Story Of What A Zombie Feels Once It's Reanimated (2019/Daniel Mart)
  37. New Tale: The Demon of Elm Street (2019/Chris R. Notarile)
  38. Candle in the Dark (2019/Jonny White)
  39. Caminos Separados (2019/Henri Escoto)
  40. Hazard (2019/Henri Escoto)
  41. Soulless (2019/Dominic Brunt)
  42. Add fel! (2019/Vilmos Heim)
  43. Violet (2019/Samuel Vainisi)
  44. Stringer (2019/Colten Dietz)
  45. Ramona (2019/Nicki Harris)
  46. Confessions of a Teenage Satanist (2019/Steve Custodio)
  47. Bourgeois Absolutie (2019/Jorrit Bouwmans and Jasper Koopmans)
  48. Devil Music (2019/Jim O'Rear and Scott Tepperman)
  49. Faces of the Dead (2019/Will Collazo, Jr.)
  50. The Haunting of Pottersfield (2019/Andre Dixon)
  51. It's Personal (2019/Claire Chubbuck)
  52. Paimon (2019/Jorden Pasols)
  53. Optic Nerve (2019/Peter Hartsock)
  54. The Dracula Cult (2019/91m/Stanley Joseph)
  55. Winter Blood (2019/ Pre-production/Jermaine Nix and Austin Bitikofer)
  56. Silver (2019/Guy Soulsby)
  57. Something Wrong (2019/110m/Azhar Hussain)
  58. To Devon with Love (2019)
  59. Baba Yaga (2019/Richard John Taylor)
  60. Hellbilly Hollow (2019/Kevin Wayne)
  61. Bad Deal (2019/Derek Dodder)
  62. Pure (2019/Derek Dodder)
  63. Dead Dicks (2019/Chris Bavota and Lee Paula Springer)
  64. Doorway (2019/Joe Hammerstone)
  65. Doll House (2019/Steven M. Smith)
  66. Return to Sender (2019/8 min/Haley Noelle Cummings)
  67. The Moon, The Bat, The Monster (2019/Robbie Dias)
  68. Help Me: Begins (2019/Marco Bottiglieri)
  69. Desert Shadows (2019/Tyler Bourns)
  70. The Regret (2019/Bruce Troxell)
  71. Murmur (2019/Natalie McCoy)
  72. Little Darling (2019/Samuel Gonzalez, Jr.)
  73. Repression (2019/3m)
  74. The Ungulate (2019/Davy Lantz, Jr.)
  75. Project Asylum (2019/Robert Gillings)
  76. Halloween: Unforgiving (2019/Ryan Gregory)
  77. The Devils (2019/Matthew Spradlin)
  78. The Compound (2019/Matt Steel)
  79. The Defiler (2019/Marvin Williams)
  80. Tonton Macoute (2019/Nigel Robinson)
  81. Trudi Bowman: The Blue Scarf Killer (2019/Stephen Pimblett)
  82. The Nasty Little Sex Perv Next Door (2019/30m/Michael Sean Erickson)
  83. The Shade (2019/Nick Canning)
  84. Halloween: Return of the Shape (2019/102m/Gabriel Abu-Zeid)
  85. Apóstata (2019/Hugo Cobo)
  86. In Search of Fear (2019/John K. Webster)
  87. The Reckoning (2019/Neil Marshall)
  88. The London Tombs (2019/John K. Webster)
  89. Trick (2019/Patrick Lussier)
  90. Cremated (2019/K.J. Karving)
  91. Slumber Party Slaughter Party 2 (2019/DeWayne Etheridge)
  92. Young Blood (2019/Blair Hoyle)
  93. Resurgent (2019/Keith Parmer)
  94. ZELL 2 (2019/Alexzander Rogers)
  95. Halloween Night (2019/Brittani Baloga)
  96. Single Family Home (2019/Bel Deliá and Tara C. Hall)
  97. Swine Ear (2019/Cullen Ritchie and Phoenix Wilson)
  98. Clown vs. Vampires (2019)
  99. Clown vs. Vampires (2019/Michael Worth)
  100. Michael Myers vs Freddy Kruger (2019/Lazaro Diaz)
  101. Freddy Kruger (2019/Lazaro Diaz)
  102. Michael Myers Comes Home 2 (2019/Lazaro Diaz)
  103. The Dark Sins of the Flesh (2019/Kevin Hernzorth)
  104. 13: Fanboy (2019/Deborah Voorhees)
  105. Relic (2019/Natalie Erika James)
  106. Deep Hatred (2019/Daniela Carvalho)
  107. Landgraves (2019/Jean-François Leblanc)
  108. Create Your Killer (2019/Sarah Giercksky)
  109. Merry Christmas, Mofos 3.0: Next GEN (2019/Cheyanne Marie Smith)
  110. Suffer (2019)
  111. Merry Christmas, Mofos 2.0: New Year's Eve (2019/Cheyanne Marie Smith)
  112. Horror by Midnight (2019/92m/Barry J. Gillis)
  113. Setan Munafik (2019/Yosua Rocky and Majed Salleh)
  114. Forbidden (2019/Edwin Legette)
  115. Seclusive Fright (2019/Benjamin Baker and Parker Knight)
  116. Turno Nocturno (2019/Post-production/J. Luis Rivera)
  117. Patina (2019/Alan Maxson)
  118. Shadowland (2019/Post-production/Simon Kay)
  119. Broken Down (2019/Alejo Vega)
  120. This Guest of Summer (2019/Graham McTavish)
  121. The Jonestown Haunting (2019/85m/Andrew Jones)
  122. From Darkness (2019/Ryan Woebbeking)
  123. Uncle Otto's Truck (2019/Dan Sellers)
  124. Kill Giggles (2019/Jaysen P. Buterin)
  125. A Girl Lost (2019/Priscilla Walton)
  126. The Session (2019/Rhiannon Moller-Trotter)
  127. My Personal Slave (2019)
  128. Bikini Ghost Girls (2019/Kev V. Orth)
  129. Three Black Roses (2019/Kev V. Orth)
  130. Road Head (2019/David Del Rio)
  131. The Woods (2019 Video/60m/Ryan J. Lewis and Brooklyn Valera)
  132. Night of the Living Dead Part II (2019)
  133. Uroboro (2019/110m/Roberto Valdés)
  134. The Embraced (2019/Johnny Holiday
  135. L'intruso (2019/Francesco Roder)
  136. Inhumane (2019/Caleb Vetter)
  137. Nightmare (2019/Diablo Vilhelm)
  138. Ruby (2019/Roger Sampson)
  139. Camp Site (2019/Jerry Collins and Hershel Layne)
  140. Tourette's and Zombies, the Musical (2019/Zak Ferguson)
  141. Repeat. (2019/Adam McCabe)
  142. Must Escape from the Slaughtercity (2019/Hank Biro)
  143. A Wicked Breed (2019/Derek Talib and Rebekah Hart Franklin)
  144. Tweed (2019/Alexander Wraith)
  145. Harp Brothers (2019/David Risotto)
  146. The Evil That Came to Denham (2019/Sharlene Humm)
  147. The Gladds (2019/Dominic Wieneke)
  148. Cattre: The Death Lullaby (2019/Edo Tagliavini)
  149. Ravage (2019)
  150. Death Care (2019/Daniel Murphy)
  151. The Rage 2 (2019/Joshua Cleave)
  152. Carver Cove (2019/Preston Walden)
  153. The End Was Then (2019/Rocky Karlage)
  154. Blue Eyes (2019/Chris Alexander)
  155. Kawaii (2019/10m/Gabriella Kapsaski)
  156. The Final Rose (2019/ Pre-production/Michael Davis)
  157. Ankou (2019/Dave Stishan)
  158. BLACK I IS LEE (2019/Mackey Lavond)
  159. Survival of the Apocalypse (2019/Anthony Caban)
  160. The Surreal Project (2019/József Gallai)
  161. The Barricade (2019/Curtis Carnahan)
  162. Bickle (2019/P.M. Lipscomb)
  163. Lycanthrope (2019/Roger Sampson)
  164. A Spriggan (2019/Keir Burrows)
  165. Darkest Light (2019/Francisco Matias)
  166. Winterwood (2019)
  167. Lux is Mortem (2019/Cain McMillan)
  168. Department 666 (2019/Adam York)
  169. The Evil Marriage (2019/Abrar Rana)
  170. The Russian Razor Massacre 3: The Last Razor (2019/Evgeniy Mishukhin)
  171. Wicked Ones (2019/Tory Jones)
  172. Teacher Shortage (2019/Troy Escamilla)
  173. Boogeyman 2: Curse of the Monster (2019/Evgeniy Mishukhin)
  174. They Came from the Woods (2019/Devin Hansen)
  175. The Necroplasmic Massacre (2019/Sébastien Godin)
  176. Folklore (2019/Michael A. Isaacs)
  177. Desper Hollows (2019/Michael Lindsey)
  178. Omnicron (2019/Caillou Pettis)
  179. Ex Oblivione (2019/Aaron Franke)
  180. Watchmen: Los Vigilantes (2019/189m/Jose Luis Garcia Baylon)
  181. Down There (2019/Adam Hartwick)
  182. Videoteka (2019/Luka Bursac)
  183. Trap House (2019/Steven Metcalf)
  184. The Existence (2019/Buppha Witt)
  185. Snarl (2019/L.J. 'Stark' Greenwood)
  186. Drain Away: Is Pure Longing a Sin? (2019/108m)
  187. Eternal Night of the Dead (2019/Mathew Kister)
  188. The Thing That Keeps You (2019/Preston Walden)
  189. Untitled Horror Project by IndustryWorks Studios (2019/Chris Alexander)
  190. Unnatural Selection (2019/Garth Maxwell)
  191. Batman: Year One (2019/Jose Luis Garcia Baylon)
  192. Call Workshop (2019/Jason Ledford)
  193. Hero and the Girl (2019/Rubén Arnaiz)
  194. Fright Force 2021 (2019 Video/65m/Ernest Serrano)
  195. S.O.H.N.: The Rise of Achak (2019/Chad Ferrin and Justin Price)
  196. Hellion a Horror Anthology (2019/120m/Matthew Dixon)
  197. Something Crashed in the Woods (2019/Jeff Profitt)
  198. The Twin (2019/Max Derin)
  199. Whispers in the Basement of Darkness (2019/Jeff Profitt)
  200. The House Across the Lake (2019 Pre-production/Jennifer Dawn and Russell Hoffman)
  201. Forest of Paranormal (2019/Jeff Profitt)
  202. Cool Air (2019/Scott Young)
  203. The Music of Erich Zann (2019/Scott Young)
  204. In His Name (2019)
  205. Bigfoot Bachelor Party Massacre (2019/Ryan Lightbourn)
  206. The Treasure Box (2019/Servet Dean Sari)
  207. The Picture Man (2019/Servet Dean Sari)
  208. Hunting Season (2019/Megan Freels Johnston)
  209. Slaughter Horse (2019/Toby Johansen)
  210. Safe Space (2019)
  211. Scout (2019)
  212. Junction Murders (2019/90m)
  213. Walk with Me (2019/8m/Ellier Dov)
  214. Accidental Death (2019/85m/Seric Drac)
  215. Eat Lead (2019/Bryan Bockbrader)
Currently-Filming for 2019
  1. High Priest (2019/Roderick E. Stevens)
  2. Terror at Bell's End (2019/Chrissie Harper)
  3. Leaper (2019/Ryan John)
  4. Scar (2019/Evgeniy Vaganov)
  5. Rise of the Mummy (2019 /Kevin McDonagh)
  6. Night (2019/Nicholas Michael Jacobs)
  7. Bekçi (2019/35 min/Turgut Eryilmaz)
  8. Haunted Cries (2019/Nik Rasmussen)
  9. The Haunting at Beverly Mansion (2019/70m/Lee Jones)
  10. The Last Christmas (2019/10 min /Ryan Port)
  11. Crimson Clinic (2019/Jeffrey Arsenault)
  12. Infamous Six (2019/Anthony Hickox)
  13. The Haunting of Amelia (2019/K.H. Orth)
  14. Voorhees (2019 Video/Cody Faulk)
  15. Desert Wolf (2019/Beau Yotty)
  16. Where Blood Lies (2019/12m/Byron Q.)
  17. The Man With The Balloon (2019/Derrick Perez)
  18. Heartless (2019/Harris Goodkind)
  19. Pandamonium (2019/Mj Dixon)
  20. Tales of the Creeping Death (2019/John Williams)
  21. The DVD (2019/Cody Clarke)
  22. Jac Kessler's Popsy (2019/Jac Kessler)
  23. Camp Terror (2019/90m/Sam Winters)
  24. Nachtschicht (2019/Claudio Sipka)
  25. Empty Roads (2019/Benji Tucker)
  26. Dhampirica (2019/Felipé Ruiz)
  27. Host (2019/Kyle Stoutz)
  28. Gone (2019/Felix Martiz)
  29. D.E.M.O.N.I.C. Stories (2019/Kii Hornick)
  30. A Night at the School (2019/Vinson Russell, Jr.)
  31. Drain Away - Would you die for me? (2019/24m/Reila Aphrodite)
  32. Iruttu (2019/Durai)
  33. GetAWAY (2019/Blayne Weaver)
  34. Deathcember (2019/Steve De Roover, Ruggero Deodato, Florian Frerichs, Rémi Fréchette, Trent Haaga, Ama Lea, Sang-woo Lee, John Lynch, Andreas Marschall, Pollyanna McIntosh, Lucky McKee, Chelsea Stardust Peters, Bob Pipe, Julian Richards, Jason A. Rostovsky, Vivienne Vaughn, Sam Wineman, Lazar Bodroza, B.J. Colangelo, Sonia Escolano, Isaac Ezban, Sadrac González-Perellón, Juergen Kling, Annika Marx, Dominic Saxl, R. Zachary Shildwachter, Milan Todorovic and Michael Varrati)
  35. Empty House (2019/Rabbi Khan)
  36. Devil in the Woods (2019/Terence Elliott)
  37. Released (2019/Maverick A Bolen)
  38. The Party (2019/Julianna Robinson)
  39. Outcast (2019/John Bennett)
  40. Dwellers (2019/Drew Fortier)
  41. Johnny Z (2019/Jonathan Straiton
  42. Voices (2019/15m/Jetto Dorsainville and Ron Weisberg)
  43. The Landlord (2019/Brett Droege)
  44. Halloween Creep Tales: Part 2 (2019/Bayden Ray Redshaw, Andrea Ricca and John H. Shelton)
  45. Cinderella (2019/Vinoo Venketesh)
  46. Night of the Wicked (2019/Shane Grant)
  47. Tokyo Ghoul 2 (2019/Kentarô Hagiwara)
  48. Blood-Red Ox (2019/Rodrigo Bellott)
  49. Charles (2019/Luis Serrano)
  50. Slayer (2019/Christopher Wall)
  51. Paintball Massacre (2019/Darren Berry)
  52. Fried Barry (2019/Ryan Kruger)
  53. The House on Plant (2019/Itchy)
  54. Dark 72 (2019/65m/Nicholas Grant)
  55. The Purge: Survival (2019/Sara Jimenez)
  56. The Unhaunted (2019/K.J. Karving)
  57. Lucifer's Satanic Daughter (2019/Chandler Thistle)
  58. Teen Tragedy (2019/Mitchell McKechnie)
  59. Nomad (2019/120 min/Sara Elizabeth Joyce)
  60. Dead Presidents (2019/Scott A. Best)
  61. Kreepie's Kurse (2019/Cameron Daboin)
  62. A Cry in the Night-The Legend of La Llorona (2019/David Jones and Joseph Cournoyer)
  63. Hell Girl (2019/Kôji Shiraishi)
  64. Harvest of Horrors (2019/Brad Twigg)
  65. Arbitrium (2019/Jonny Woollett)
  66. Philia (2019/Sam Mason-Bell, Maude Michaud, Chris Milewski, Tony Newton, Mike Peter Reed and Tyler Sage)
  67. The Diminished (2019/Mig Windows)
  68. All Who Follow (2019/Derek Hummel)
  69. Blacktop Massacre (2019/Christopher R. Sloan)
  70. Lisaa (2019/Raju Viswanath)
  71. Z Dead End (2019/Robert Resto)
  72. Indestructible: Reckoning (2019/Matt Spease)
  73. The Lost Reel (2019/Simon Cluett)
  74. Spring Fever (2019/Izzy Sutton and Chris McElyea)
  75. The Eidolon Inquest (2019/Mikeal Burgin)
  76. Attack of the Killer Chickens the Movie (2019/Genoveva Rossi)
  77. Boo (2019/Rakefet Abergel)
  78. The Trap (2019/Charlie Alejandro)
  79. Attack of the Unknown (2019/Brandon Slagle)
  80. Vengeance (2019/Jeremy W. Brown and Dustin Montierth)
  81. Something in the Shadows (2019/Cameron Grimm)
  82. Jade's Asylum (2019/Alexandre Carrière)
  83. The Good Things Devils Do (2019/Jess Norvisgaard)
  84. 12 Midnight (2019/Nicholas Molinari)
  85. Teenage Zombies (2019/Orlando Eastwood)
  86. The Snaker (2019 Filming/Tim Goodfellow)
  87. The Dark Web Tapes (2019/Jason Harlow and Jake Zelch)
  88. Goth Zombie (2019)
  89. Petrified (2019/Jacob Detheridge and Jared Marino)
  90. Essence (2019/Jeff Kacmarynski)
  91. The Shed (2019/Frank Sabatella)
  92. Home Videos 2 (2019/Gavin Damerell, Dustin Ferguson, Jason Figgis, Steven Longhurst, Sam Mason-Bell, Tony Newton, Mark Oakley, Mike Peter Reed and Gary Whitson)
  93. The Tokoloshe (2019/Richard Green)
  94. Secret of Selfie (2019/120m)
  95. Water Dawg (2019/Christopher Baiza)
  96. Fantastic Women (2019/João Pedro Fleck, Felipe M. Guerra and Nicolas Tonsho)
  97. Blood Tales (2019/96m/Jason Figgis, Jarrett Furst, József Gallai, Tony Newton, Edward Payson, Jocelyn Reynoso, Kai Undrell and Jonathan Zaurin)
  98. Parallel (2019)
  99. Dark Trepidation 2 (2019/Jason Bigart)
  100. Return of the Lost Movie: The Making of Mutant Swinger from Mars (2019 Video/60m/Michael Kallio)
  101. Willowvale Harbor (2019/Timothy Davis)
  102. The Exchange (2019/Henry Nader)
  103. Red Oedipal (2019/Shane Ryan)
  104. John in the Woods (2019)
  105. Baby Monitor (2019/Ryan Barton-Grimley)
  106. Full Circle: A Documentary (2019/Michael Kallio)
  107. Last Village on the Right (2019/James Crow)
  108. The Resellers Movie (2019/Jerome Cloutier)
  109. Surrealistic Nightmares: An In-depth Look at Walloon Horror Cinema (2019/101m/Steve De Roover and Jérôme Vandewattyne)
  110. Saving Grace (2019/90m/Gareth Carr)
  111. Blue Caveman (2019/Mike Delaney)
  112. UnDeadDeat Dad (2019/90m/Paul Overacker)
  113. Rotten Cotton (2019/Kasper Lewis)
  114. One Winter Night (2019/Ryan Callaway)
  115. Kecksburg (2019/Cody Knotts)
  116. Scenes of a Ghostly Nature (2019/C.R. Krishnan)
  117. Jack the St. Ripper (2019/George Nevada)
  118. The Harvest (2019/Daniel Brown and Joshua Brown)
Currently In Post-Production for 2019
  1. La Hermosa (2019/Lorian Gish and Justin Knoepfel)
  2. Bos/Taurus (2019/8m/Javier Cobo)
  3. I'll See You Next Week (2019/10m/Rodrigo Badoino)
  4. Stare (2019/Shawn Adams)
  5. Red Moon Lake (2019/Tim Vigil)
  6. The Last Leaf (2019/12m/Sia Aleskovskaya)
  7. A Creature Is Stirring (2019/Jeremy Ashley Pair)
  8. Toilet Trolls (2019/Hannah Kornberg)
  9. The Box (2019/Corey Slater)
  10. Blood Spirit (2019/Anthony Allin)
  11. The Children of the Night (Teaser) (2019/Frank Ponce)
  12. Enigma (2019/Aaron Paul Mendoza)
  13. Heavy Handed (2019/11m/Maitee Leonie)
  14. Satan’s Barn (2019/Thea Hvistendahl)
  15. Creepy John (2019/Shawn Robinson)
  16. Miranda Veil (2019/Levin Garbisch)
  17. The First Seal (2019/Ben Mathus)
  18. Me and the Devil (2019/88m/Dario Almerighi)
  19. Amme (2019/Fýr Romu)
  20. Maddong P.I. (2019/10 min/Nic Bonesteel)
  21. Lilith (2019/Mikel Thomas)
  22. A Night at the Table (2019/9m/Tamara S. Hall)
  23. Maya (2019/Karin Hallén)
  24. Wither (2019/3m/Ethan Evans)
  25. The Assent (2019/Pearry Reginald Teo)
  26. Bad House (2019/Charlie Steeds)
  27. Friend Zone (2019/8m/Isiah Miller)
  28. Caitlín (2019/Emer Conroy)
  29. Here in the Dark (2019/Gabriel Saint)
  30. The Nest (2019/Scott A. Martin)
  31. Majnun (2019/28m/Omer Naot)
  32. La venganza de Jairo (2019/Simon Hernandez)
  33. Tool Shed (2019 Video/4m/Rob Filios and James Filios)
  34. The Housewife (2019/Chloe Carroll)
  35. The Picture in the House (2019/42m/David Lapuch)
  36. Sacrificial Lamb (2019/Hayden McComas)
  37. Phlo (2019/J. Wilson Fielder)
  38. The Boy in the Picture (2019/60m/Ashley Dahl)
  39. Rotting Beauty (2019/Nyri Yaghoobian)
  40. Scuttle (2019/Harry Crossman)
  41. Charlotte The Return (2019/76m/Nathan Crooker, Kayden Phoenix and Ruben Rodriguez)
  42. Marika The Aatrupt (2019/Mohammad Zahid Ahmed)
  43. Eye Without a Face (2019/Ramin Niami)
  44. Anna 2 (2019/Michael Crum)
  45. The Dream II (2019/Tamás Körmendi)
  46. Cult of Nightmares (2019/David Paul Scott)
  47. Fifty Six (2019/James Mudge)
  48. Kronin (2019/Antony Smith)
  49. Flesher (2019/John Johnson)
  50. Knifecorp (2019/Zach Zorba Grashin)
  51. No Good Deed (2019/8m/Ethan Hanson)
  52. Deep Web (2019/Jessy Dupont)
  53. Nightmare (2019/Jason Smith)
  54. Devil's Revenge (2019/Jared Cohn)
  55. Mania (2019/Edson da Conceicao)
  56. Most Steps Ever (2019/4m/Nesib Shamah and James Allen Smith)
  57. Corvid's Head (2019/Sam Bhattacharjee)
  58. Playhouse (2019/90m/Fionn Watts and Toby Watts)
  59. Inflatio (2019/9 minPost-production/Bryon Evans)
  60. Dolls (2019/Cuyle Carvin)
  61. The God Man (2019/Jon Jacob Turner)
  62. Kara (2019/Catherine Kerr-Phillips)
  63. Daddy's Coming Home (2019/Brandon Rhiness)
  64. Verotika (2019/Glenn Danzig)
  65. Night Out (2019/Drew Maxwell Weiss)
  66. Empty Nest (2019/Joe Craib)
  67. Fatal Declare (2019/15m/Liam Pinheiro-Rogers)
  68. Hands Up (2019/Jeffrey Battie)
  69. Anything You Can Do (2019/Isla Sinclair)
  70. Mourning Meal (2019/Jamal Hodge)
  71. La Casa (2019/Jorge Olguín)
  72. Sahara Hellen: El Regreso del Vampiro (2019/Roger Asto Leon)
  73. Axiom (2019/Dimitri Voutsinos)
  74. Goodbye Mary (2019/Eva María Fernández)
  75. Punkin (2019/Carrie Keagan)
  76. The Knot (2019/Rebecca Schwab)
  77. Dreamcatcher (2019/Jacob Johnston)
  78. Indolence (2019/8m/Aidan Weaver)
  79. The Humming (2019/Austin Bitikofer and Jermaine Nix)
  80. With The Right Conditions (2019/Emma Jayne Lloyd and Sam Mason-Bell)
  81. The Truth Will Out (2019/Jessica Hunt and Sam Mason-Bell)
  82. More Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark: Something Was Wrong (2019/Steven Porras)
  83. Kaaku? (2019/Mohamed Aboobakuru)
  84. Darkfruit (2019/23m/Maria Wilson)
  85. Trakt X (2019/Dino Stahl)
  86. Stitched to Perfection (2019/Jeremy Berg)
  87. Eat Me Out (Of House and Home) (2019/Damon Rickard)
  88. Twelve Gauge Garden (2019/James Wakileh)
  89. Endgame (2019/Magalie de Genova)
  90. Lullaby (2019/Sevag Aksu)
  91. Fused (2019/Patrick Rea)
  92. Killer Date (2019/Colton Tran)
  93. Unicorn (2019/Harry Crossman)
  94. Viola (2019/Paul W. Franklin)
  95. Threshold (2019/Powell Robinson and Patrick Robert Young)
  96. Kathaputali (2019/90m/Veemsen Lama)
  97. Tam Lin (2019/Sean Mo Williams)
  98. Housekreeping (2019/Kyle Dunbar)
  99. You Too, Chuckles (2019/Kevin Hartford)
  100. Teddy (2019/Mark Clauburg)
  101. Necro-Sexual (2019/Brian Rosin)
  102. The Rejected (2019/60m/Onur Dogan)
  103. The Garlic Bulb Challenge (2019/Brian Carlin)
  104. Trapped (2019/Billy Chizmar)
  105. Mama's Boy (2019/James L. Edwards)
  106. Blood from the Shoulder of Pallas (2019/16m/Scott Morris)
  107. Dwellers: The Curse of Pastor Stokes (2019/DeShon Hardy)
  108. The Killer Plumber 2 (2019/Ross Heath and Chris John Livermore)
  109. Lethal Procedures (2019/Jahmar Hill)
  110. Continuance (2019/Tony Olmos)
  111. Fear PHarm (2019/Dante Yore)
  112. Jerky (2019/18 min/Greg Dodder, Russell Wilhite)
  113. The Curse of Halloween Jack (2019/85m/Andrew Jones)
  114. Dolly (2019/Alex Kontakos)
  115. Separation (2019/William Brent Bell)
  116. Gas Gets In Your Eyes (2019/13m/Madeline Leshner)
  117. Ghost Tour (2019/Joey Mosca)
  118. Morbid Colors (2019/Matthew Packman)
  119. Dark Light (2019/Padraig Reynolds)
  120. The Awakening of Lilith (2019/Steven Adam Renkovish)
  121. The Fallen Woman (2019/30m/Kelly Smith)
  122. The Camping Discovery (2019/Jamie Franz Hoover)
  123. The Special (2019/94m/B. Harrison Smith)
  124. Hidden Gene (2019/Jade Hassett)
  125. Buru (2019)
  126. Andhaghaaram (2019/V. Vignarajan)
  127. Find A Penny (2019/Shaun Swift)
  128. 19 Willock Place (2019/82m/John Justice)
  129. To Kill the Dragon (2019/Jimena Monteoliva)
  130. Fire Girls (2019/9m/Chell Stephen)
  131. Homocide (2019/Alex Dickerson)
  132. Nicole, her Ex & the Killer (2019/Bob Akins)
  133. Darlin (2019/Jackson Brown)
  134. The Fires of Soledad (2019/16m/Daniel Eduvijes Carrera)
  135. Death Trap (2019/Deandra Spinner)
  136. After School Lunch Special (2019/Andrew J Chambers)
  137. Return to Clark County (2019/Shawn Uebele)
  138. Come Be Creepy With Us (2019/Elizabeth Fletcher)
  139. Sick Minded (2019/LeVar Leo)
  140. Hall (2019/Francesco Giannini)
  141. Everybody Gets Stabbed (2019/Levon J. Polinelli)
  142. Beautiful Day (2019/TJ Marchbank)
  143. Killer Therapy (2019/Barry Jay)
  144. Bottom Feeders (2019/Nicholas W. Callais)
  145. Bliss (2019/Joe Begos)
  146. Girl on the Third Floor (2019/Travis Stevens)
  147. Koud Licht (2019/Michael van Den Eynde)
  148. Not For The Faint Hearted (2019/Stuart Stanton)
  149. Broil (2019/E.J. Drake)
  150. When She Wakes (2019/91m/David Arthur Clark)
  151. The Light (2019/Zack Inglis)
  152. There He Is Now (2019/Jörg Viktor Steins-Lauss)
  153. Sweet Taste of Souls (2019/Terry Ross)
  154. The Recovery Call (2019/Blake Rice)
  155. Under the Bed (2019/Justin Nelson)
  156. Conversion Therapist (2019/20m/Bears Rebecca Fonté)
  157. SOS (2019/Bryan Martin)
  158. Vampires Vs. the Bronx (2019/Osmany Rodriguez)
  159. Project Aegis - Angel In The Ashes (2019/Rode Ferland)
  160. Murderabiliac (2019/Richard Karpala)
  161. Slender's Park Chapter II (2019/Matteo Finozzi)
  162. Shortcut (2019/Alessio Liguori)
  163. The Girl Upstairs (2019/Kristopher Wile)
  164. The House of Locke (2019/Tony London)
  165. Dead End (2019/30m/Victor Gaspar)
  166. Human Hibachi (2019/Mario Cerrito III)
  167. Unleashing the Demons (2019/Callum Knox)
  168. Gustav D. (2019/Nikolas Sels)
  169. The Hunt (2019/Aaron Mirtes)
  170. Divination (2019/Er Guan)
  171. Torment (2019/Eddie Poletto)
  172. Dorcha (2019/Tharun Mohan)
  173. The Jäger Within (2019 Post-production/Ivan King and Francesco Sanseverino)
  174. Churi (2019/Carlos Pino)
  175. Hush Little Baby: Welcome To The Family 2 (2019/Jonathan Hamblin)
  176. Ouija Mummy (2019/Sébastien Godin)
  177. Adam (2019/Gemma Paul)
  178. In the Dark (2019/Adam King)
  179. Cryo (2019/Barrett Burgin)
  180. Stakeout (2019/John Otteni and Paul Otteni)
  181. Don't Move (2019/Cassie Hay)
  182. The Lady of Silence (2019/Wes Sutton)
  183. Violet (2019/Madeline Graham and Christopher Whiteside)
  184. Yes, Mother (2019/Jennifer Enskat and Cynthia Gray)
  185. Hannah (2019/Jacob Kiesling)
  186. Bad Witch (2019/Victor Fink and Joshua Land)
  187. Midsommar (2019/Ari Aster)
  188. Her Lips are Mine (2019/Ken Cohen)
  189. Butchers (2019/Adrian Langley)
  190. Hungry Joe (2019/Samuel Dawe and Paul Holbrook)
  191. Edgar Allen Poe's Ligeia (2019/100m/Griffith Mehaffey)
  192. El Vestido (2019/Roque Falabella)
  193. Monstrum (2019/Anthony Pernicka)
  194. Washed (2019/9m/Michael Bartolomeo)
  195. Becky (2019/Lane Fobbs)
  196. Space (2019/91m/Monte Light)
  197. I Trapped the Devil (2019/Josh Lobo)
  198. Blood lots (2019/Rode Ferland)
  199. Roach (2019/Trent A Johnson)
  200. The Dead Don't Die (2019/Jim Jarmusch)
  201. Teacher's Lounge (2019/Josh Mruz)
  202. Child's Play (2019/Lars Klevberg)
  203. Museum Madness (2019/Joseph Dutra)
  204. Interment (2019/61m/Sean Murray)
  205. Handy Dandy (2019/Jeff Broadstreet)
  206. Bannister DollHouse (2019/Mj Dixon)
  207. The Utah Cabin Murders (2019/85m/Andrew Jones)
  208. Blood Money (2019/45m/Chas Burns)
  209. Let's Scare Julie to Death (2019/Jud Cremata)
  210. Pay to Stay (2019/12m/Heather Taylor)
  211. Satanic Panic (2019/Chelsea Stardust Peters)
  212. Neuroxica (2019/Cameron Dozier)
  213. Night Mistress (2019/Philip Cable)
  214. A Psycho's Path (2019/Rocky Costanzo)
  215. Porno (2019/98m/Keola Racela)
  216. A Giant Without a Head! (2019/80m/Jorge Xolalpa, Jr.)
  217. Occurrence at Mills Creek (2019/Don Swanson)
  218. Patients of a Saint (2019/Russell Owen)
  219. The Heiress (2019/Chris Bell)
  220. Darlin' (2019/Pollyanna McIntosh)
  221. Miss Janet (2019/Stephen Mickelsen)
  222. Queen of Spades: The Looking Glass (2019/Aleksandr Domogarov)
  223. Attic (2019 Post-production/Ronnie Minder)
  224. Crawl (2019/Alexandre Aja)
  225. Get Gone (2019/91m/Michael Thomas Daniel)
  226. Untitled Annabelle Film (2019/Gary Dauberman)
  227. The Last Frankenstein (2019/David Weaver)
  228. Tone-Deaf (2019/Richard Bates, Jr.)
  229. Best Actress (2019/8m/Sadrak Zmork)
  230. The Sleep Experiment (2019/John Farrelly)
  231. Slash (2019/Jonathan Rowan)
  232. The Faceless Man (2019/James Di Martino)
  233. Victim of love (2019/Jesper Isaksen)
  234. The Invader (2019/Anthony Ashmore)
  235. Do Not Reply (2019/Daniel Woltosz and Walter Woltosz)
  236. Follow Me (2019/Will Wernick)
  237. 3 from Hell (2019/Rob Zombie)
  238. The Seven (2019/Richard Colton)
  239. Millennial Killer (2019/Sam Mason-Bell)
  240. Howl (2019/Michele Martin)
  241. Room 9 (2019/Thomas Walton)
  242. Kanchana 3 (2019/Lawrence Raghavendra)
  243. Twins (2019/Lamberto Bava)
  244. A Last Laugh (2019/Chris Marciante)
  245. Baba Yaga: Terror of the Dark Forest (2019/Svyatoslav Podgaevskiy)
  246. The Lighthouse (2019/Robert Eggers)
  247. Silver Stars on Red Velvet (2019/70m/RJ Cusyk)
  248. Expira (2019/Leopoldo Laborde)
  249. Ma (2019/Tate Taylor)
  250. Delphine (2019/Fábio Brandão)
  251. Life After Man (2019/Gareth Carr)
  252. The Purple Iris (2019/Arif Khan)
  253. Toof (2019/Louisa Warren)
  254. The Last House on Wilkins Street (2019/4m/Cody Kuehn)
  255. Soul Catcher (2019/Melody Tash)
  256. Awoken (2019/95m/Daniel J. Phillips)
  257. Red 11 (2019/77m/Robert Rodriguez)
  258. Dead Space (2019/125m/Diego Palma)
  259. Home with a View of the Monster (2019/Alex Greenlee and Todd Greenlee)
  260. Ground Floor (2019/George Henry Horton)
  261. Brightburn (2019/David Yarovesky)
  262. Hacksaw (2019/75m/Anthony Leone)
  263. The Remnant (2019/17m/Navin Ramaswaran)
  264. The Night They Knocked (2019/Sean F. Roberts, Jr.)
  265. The Format (2019/Vimalraj Jayaseelan)
  266. Made Vicious (2019/David Prindle)
  267. Infernum (2019/Dutch Marich)
  268. Kill Me If You Can... (2019/11m/Katheryn R. Bryant)
  269. Witch Tales (2019/Mike Lyddon)
  270. The House Next Door (2019/Deon Taylor)
  271. Into the Night (2019/Walter Perez)
  272. The Dawn (2019/90m/Brandon Slagle)
  273. Her Name Was Christa (2019/James L. Edwards)
  274. Doll Cemetery (2019/Steven M. Smith)
  275. The Harbinger (2019/Will Klipstine)
  276. The Krampus Carol (2019/87m/Jake Zelch)
  277. The Ghost Outside (2019/Jazz Virk)
  278. Nice Mike (2019/Kelly Smith)
  279. It: Chapter Two (2019/Andy Muschietti)
  280. 47 Meters Down: Uncaged (2019/Johannes Roberts)
  281. AQUASLASH (2019/Renaud Gauthier)
  282. Mother and Daughter (2019 Post-production/Ricardo Santos)
  283. Irl (2019/Jennifer Harrington)
  284. Aiyai: Wrathful Soul (2019/116m/Ilanthirayan Alan Arumugam)
  285. Acid Pit Stop (2019/Jason Wright)
  286. 3 Days (2019/90m/Kristina Aponte and Jose Hernandez)
  287. Final Cutz (2019/Liam Lockhart)
  288. Deadly Callback (2019/Scott Jeffrey)
  289. Nuns: An Italian Horror Story (2019/Giovanni Aloisio)
  290. Blood Tulips (2019/Randy Kent and John Luksetich)
  291. Blood of Drago (2019/90m/Homer Broadnax)
  292. Morte à l'avance (2019/45m/Raphael Desbordes)
  293. Cherrypicker (2019/Bennet De Brabandere)
  294. One for the Road (2019/Joseph Horning)
  295. Coven (2019/Margaret Malandruccolo)
  296. C.L.E.A.N. (2019/Aurelio Toni Agliata)
  297. No Sin Unpunished (2019/Matt Green)
  298. HEN (2019 Post-production/Janna Kemperman)
  299. Yuraq (2019/110m/Pierre Taisne)
  300. HAGER (2019/Kevin Kopacka)
  301. Wait for It (2019/12m/David J. Stieve)
  302. Scavengers (2019/Oliver Griffiths)
  303. Angela (2019/Chris Bucher and Severin Gmünder)
  304. The Sleep (2019/Devin Rice)
  305. Fingers (2019/87m/Juan Ortiz)
  306. Kill Dolly Kill (2019/Heidi Moore, Daniel Murphy and Tony Walters)
  307. Malady (2019/85m/Nick Kane and Brian Frank Visciglia)
  308. Whisper (2019/Christopher Jolley)
  309. The Dare (2019/Giles Alderson)
  310. Behind the Sightings (2019/Tony Cadwell)
  311. Candy Corn (2019/Josh Hasty)
  312. My Little Baby (2019/Giorgio Bruno)
  313. Paranormal Worlds: Based On True Events (2019/120m/Sanjay Sharma)
  314. Schism (2019/Michael Storch)
  315. The Clouding (2019/Dorian Louis)
  316. Z (2019/Brandon Christensen)
Completed and set for release sometime within 2019
  1. Side-B (2019/10m/Vanessa Williams)
  2. Shapes (2019/4m/Dhruv Suri)
  3. Keeper (2019/7m/James Mentzinger)
  4. Out from Within (2019/12m/Vincenzo Nappi)
  5. Edge of the Woods (2019 Video/12m/Phranque Wright)
  6. Deliver Us (2019/12m/Kevin McCormack)
  7. Auopssessed (2019/8 min/Emil Levin)
  8. Return (2019/19m/Sangwon Park)
  9. Messed Up (2019/Lucé Tomlin-Brenner
  10. Mateo (2019/4m/Fernando Perezgil)
  11. Hear Me (2019/Jesse Haaja)
  12. If Not for my Demons (2019/12m/Kenneth Ryan)
  13. Headcleaner (2019/Nick Scott)
  14. Dust to Dust (2019/9m/Mitch Urban)
  15. Sticky (2019/3m/ Completed/Ashley Good)
  16. Finley (2019/25m/J. Zachary Thurman)
  17. Sub Umbra (2019/19m/René Schweitzer)
  18. Flesh (2019/25m/Poon Tsz Yin)
  19. Furniture (2019/6m/George A. Pitsilos)
  20. Delivery (2019/Brad Milne)
  21. The Smiling Strangers (2019 Video/5m/Tom Bragg)
  22. Cached (2019/13m/Daniel Lake)
  23. Parasite (2019/Michael Davis Fármako)
  24. Kushtaka (2019/15m/Cameron Currin)
  25. L.A. Haunted (2019/15 min Completed/Arthur Mountaniol)
  26. Baby (2019/8m/Anthony Leone)
  27. The Terrible Old Man (2019/Tyler McAlister)
  28. Black Cat In A Dark Room (2019/15m/Leland Montgomery)
  29. Dark Christmas (2019/Unrated Completed/Manny Velazquez)
  30. Jeanine (2019/Mike Villani)
  31. Nightshocker (2019/7m/Donald Zirlin)
  32. The Phone Dead (2019/4 min/Josh Hoffman)
  33. 8 Ball Clown II (2019/97m/Erik Kristopher Myers)
  34. Still Water (2019/5m/Ryan Kramer)
  35. The Allendale Curse (2019/84m/Matondo Kiantandu)
  36. The Dark Recess (2019/Oliver Jolliffe)
  37. Eiga: Toshimaen (2019/81m/Hiroshi Takahashi)
  38. Revenge of the Pontianak (2019/92m/Glen Goei)
  39. Pig (2019/8 min Completed/Evan Powers)
  40. Deep Tissue (2019/9m/ Completed/Meredith Alloway
  41. Opening the Mind (2019/115m/Michael Todd Schneider)
  42. Cleavers: Killer Clowns (2019/Mj Dixon)
  43. The Dreamer (2019/14m/Kenneth Karlstad)
  44. Crazy 2 Crazy (2019/92m/Greg Daniel)
  45. Mushkil (2019/130m/Rajiv S. Ruia)
  46. Baby (2019/8m/Mark Melville)
  47. Requiem (2019/5m/Daniel Abatan and Thomas R. Burke)
  48. The Secret Game (Dating App) (2019/Raaw Horan)
  49. Piano (2019/Richard Schertzer)
  50. The Unspoken Sin (2019/Marvin J. Harrell)
  51. Sacren (2019/83m/Alexander Henderson)
  52. Il signor Diavolo (2019/Pupi Avati)
  53. Watched (2019/15m/Joshy Lee)
  54. Repossession (2019/Ming Siu Goh and Scott C. Hillyard)
  55. How to Be Alone (2019/11m/Kate Trefry)
  56. Countdown to Midnight (2019/13m/Dan Sellers)
  57. Rubes (2019/7 min/Nathan Alan Bunker)
  58. Robert Reborn (2019/85m/Andrew Jones)
  59. Limbo (2019/David Barrera)
  60. The Horror of Making My Film (2019/79m/Kyan Kiani)
  61. J'Tree (2019/33m/Anthony Ficco)
  62. Phonomanie (2019/90m/Mr. Zito)
  63. The Haunting of Sharon Tate (2019/Daniel Farrands)
  64. The Super (2019/Emeson Nwolie)
  65. House Of Setnakht (2019/95m/Ahmed Aqle and Asmaa Abdel Nabe)
  66. Hallowed Ground (2019/117m/Miles Doleac)
  67. Hellbox II: A Dimensão Negra (2019/25m/Rui Constantino)
  68. Blood Craft (2019/94m/James Cullen Bressack)
  69. Killerhertz (2019/Colin Bishop)
  70. The Massacre on Cielo Drive (2019/90m/Andrew Jones)
  71. Art of the Dead (2019/Rolfe Kanefsky)
  72. Straight Edge Kegger (2019/Jason Zink)
  73. Return of the Slasher (2019/Anthony Ashmore)
  74. Xpiation (2019/90m/Domiziano Cristopharo)
  75. 13 Graves (2019/John Langridge)
  76. Willa (2019/12m/Corey Mayne)
  77. The Gallows Act II (2019/Travis Cluff and Chris Lofing)
  78. One Remains (2019/90m/Josh Hodgins)
  79. The Silence (2019/PG-13/John R. Leonetti)
  80. Nun's Deadly Confession (2019/Stuart Paul)
  81. (Hashtag)Followme (2019/90m/Sam Hardy)
  82. Menantico Blues (2019/Ricky Whitehead)
  83. Paranoia Tapes 2: Press Play (2019/Steven Daemers, Stephen Gallen, Douglas A. Plomitallo, Maurice Hooks and Brad Ryal)
  84. Triggered (2019/114m/Chris Moore)
  85. Ghost in the Graveyard (2019/Charlie Comparetto)
  86. Restricted Area (2019/Christopher M. Don)
  87. Us (2019/120m/Jordan Peele)
  88. Fading Flowers (2019/90m/Jeffrey Schneider)
  89. Preparation (2019/Mark Clauburg)
  90. On Halloween (2019/92m/Timothy Boyle)
  91. The Maya Tape (2019/100m/Nikhil Allug)
  92. The Luring (2019/95m/Christopher Wells)
  93. Possession Diaries (2019/93m/Juan Frausto)
  94. Psychedelic Psychopaths (2019/Tom Zarzecki)
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2017.08.31 00:19 JuanRiveara Challenge Close Calls

Credit to LegendTykari3x on the Challenge wiki for compiling this together
Based off of a vevmo user (Youssarian) here are close calls for the challenge over the years
Challenge 2000 – Colin Mortensen was asked to be on this Challenge, but had other obligations and therefore declined.
Extreme Challenge – Kathryn Omeg was asked to be on this Challenge, but declined.
Battle of the Seasons (2002) – Ruthie Alcaide and Colin Mortensen (and Amaya Brecher was contacted) were supposed to be represent Hawaii, but Colin backed out a week prior to filming. Lori Trespicio was supposed to be Mike's partner for Back to New York, but she backed out due to the uncertainty after 9/11 and was replaced by Coral Smith. Jo Rhodes and Puck Rainey were originally going to be a team, but were dropped for unknown reasons.
Battle of the Sexes – Cara Kahn dropped out after seeing her edit on her season. Keri Evans and Becky Blasband were initially on the cast but either were dropped or backed out last minute.
Gauntlet – Jisela Delgado, Arissa Hill, Frank Roessler, Brynn Smith, and Steven Hill were all contacted. Vince Forcier dropped out when the location was changed from Rhode Island to Colorado. Malik Cooper and Timmy Beggy were a part of the initial cast but did not make the final cast.
Inferno - Piggy Thomas was initially cast and arrived to film, but was sent home for unknown reasons, edited out of the first episode, and replaced by Christena Pyle. Tonya Cooley was an alternate – her place went to Trishelle Cannatella when she decided to do this season. Dan Renzi was originally cast, but backed out to attend a speaking arrangement and was replaced by Syrus Yarbrough.
Battle of the Sexes 2 – Jisela Delgado backed out because she didn’t want to be on a Challenge with Coral Smith and was replaced by Kina Dean. Patrick Maloney backed out because he didn't like his X-Treme edit, and was replaced with Shawn Sealy. Brynn Smith was dropped from the cast after the producers found out she had a child. Ellen Cho was asked, and declined. Donell Langham was contacted, but did not make the final cast. Beth Stolarczyk dropped out and was replaced by Cynthia Roberts. Cameran Eubanks, though part of the final cast, originally missed her flight and arrived a couple days later than the rest of the cast.
Inferno 2 – Puck Rainey was slated to be on the Inferno 2, but demanded to be paid more than the rest of the cast; when they found out and became upset, Puck was dropped. Sarah Burke was asked but couldn’t go due to her law school schedule. Melanie Silcott was asked, but declined. Melissa Howard and Coral Smith were supposed to be on the cast, but dropped out right before departure. They were replaced with Beth Stolarczyk and Rachel Robinson.
Gauntlet 2 – Raquel Duran was cast, but backed out at the last minute to attend a close friend’s wedding. Frankie Abernathy originally accepted the call, but later backed out due to disagreements with the programming on MTV. Angela Trimbur also initially said yes, but backed out in order to film a movie. Wes Bergmann, Johanna Botta, Danny Jamieson, and Melinda Stolp were also asked, even though they had just finished filming their season 2 weeks prior, leading them to decline. Jamie Chung, Steven Hill, Melanie Silcott, Sarah Burke, Willie Hernandez, Dan Renzi (due to work commitments), and Eric Nies all declined this Challenge. Tonya Cooley backed out to focus on a reality-themed event. Veronica Portillo and Rachel Robinson were initially cast, but backed out upon finding out that Julie Stoffer and Beth Stolarczyk were supposedly also on the cast. Tina Barta backed out upon learning that Veronica and Rachel had done so. Coral Smith and Trishelle Cannatella were asked, but decided to film Battle of the Network Reality Stars instead. Both Shavonda Billingslea and Patrick Maloney originally accepted, then backed out for unknown reasons. Irulan Wilson was initially cast, but backed out after her breakup with Alton Williams.
Fresh Meat – Ruthie Alcaide was called, but was not a part of the final cast. Sarah Burke was asked, but had to decline due to her law school schedule. Jamie Chung was asked but declined. (side note: Evelyn Smith was actually contacted to be on the Real World: Denver because of her short stay on Fresh Meat, but was then told they needed fresh faces instead.)
Duel – Evelyn Smith was supposed to be cast but backed out due to illness and was replaced by Casey Cooper. Linette Gallo was asked but had to decline. Sarah Burke from Philadelphia was originally on the cast but dropped out due to a wedding. Melanie Silcott was asked, but declined. Julie Stoffer either dropped out or was replaced a week before filming. Kendal Sheppard was asked to be on this season.
Inferno 3 - Stephen Nichols was an alternate. Susie Meister was possibly a last minute replacement. Svetlana Shusterman, Beth Stolarczyk, Alex Smith, and Dan Renzi were asked and declined. Johnnie McBride was contacted for this Challenge.
Gauntlet 3 – Svetlana Shusterman and Jenn Grijalva were part of the initial cast. Jenn had to drop out and apparently Svetlana left at the airport. Apparently, Janelle Casanave and Melinda Stolp were the replacements. Stephen Nichols was an alternate. Brynn Smith was supposed to appear, but was pregnant and thus unable.
Island – Kendal Sheppard was paid to be an alternate even though she was not actually available. Stephen Nichols and Alton Williams were alternates. Although the producers were reluctant to ask Svetlana Shusterman after her dropping out of Gauntlet 3, they did anyway; she declined. Brooke LaBarbera dropped out of this Challenge and was replaced by Paula Meronek (although Aneesa Ferreira was contacted first and declined). David Leach was asked to be on this Challenge.
Duel 2 – Dan Walsh backed out at the last minute and was replaced initially by Dave Malinosky (who accepted and then declined right afterward because he was not home to make an immediate departure), and thus ultimately by Ryan Kehoe. Svetlana Shusterman was asked and declined. David Leach was asked to be on this Challenge.
Ruins – Devyn Simone was part of the initial cast but backed out last minute, as well as Cara Zavaleta. Susie Meister replaced Cara, and eventually met her future husband there. Alton Williams was asked but couldn’t go due to work, so he was an alternate instead. Svetlana Shusterman, Jamie Chung, and Brittini Sherrod were asked and declined. There were rumors that CT Tamburello was contacted, but several cast members threatened to drop out if he was cast, so he was not. Dave Malinosky and Trisha Cummings both declined this Challenge. Katelynn Cusanelli, Scott Herman, and Baya Voce all declined this Challenge as well; their Brooklyn roommates Ryan Conklin and JD Ordonez were also contacted to participate. Colie Edison was given an availability call as well.
Fresh Meat II – Jonna Mannion was part of the initial cast, but a lost passport at the airport cost her this opportunity to win money. As seen on the show, she was replaced by Evelyn Smith. Brianna Taylor was asked, but couldn’t go due to being on probation. Janelle Casanave, Evan Starkman, Scott Herman, Svetlana Shusterman, and Nick Brown were asked to be on this Challenge and declined. Ruthie Alcaide and Cohutta Grindstaff were alternates.
Cutthroat – Casey Cooper was asked and said no. Bronne Bruzgo backed out a couple days before and was replaced by Dunbar Merrill. Kenny Santucci backed out the day of and was replaced by Derrick Kosinski. Mike Manning and Svetlana Shusterman were asked and declined. Carley Johnson was contacted and accepted the invitation for this Challenge but did not make the final cast. Callie Walker and Josh Colon were both asked to be on this Challenge.
Rivals – Katie Doyle was supposed to be Sarah's initial Rival and had to back out a week prior to filming; she was replaced by Katelynn Cusanelli. Beth Stolarczyk got calls for this challenge, but could not do one because she was pregnant. Rumor has it that Abram Boise and Adam Larson were attempted, but Adam declined. Susie Meister, Tori Fiorenza, Tonya Cooley, Svetlana Shusterman, Brianna Taylor, and Johanna Botta all declined this Challenge. Dustin Zito was asked to be on this Challenge. Ryan Leslie accepted, but his rival Preston Roberson-Charles declined. Brad Fiorenza and Darrell Taylor were contacted to be a team, but both said no.
Battle of the Exes - Various couples were meant to be on this show, including Adam Royer (who failed the psych exam they instated as of this challenge) and Nany Gonzalez, KellyAnne Judd and Cohutta Grindstaff, and Brad and Tori Fiorenza (despite being married). Sounds like a lot of possibilities, but considering the lack of couples on the show, it's possible that some of these could have been alternates. Heather Cooke was also asked, but was told that they were "going a different direction." Emilee Fitzpatrick received an availability call, but nothing further. Kenny Santucci, despite being banned from Challenges, also received an availability call. Coral Smith was also asked; she would have been in lieu of Cara Maria Sorbello. She said no, but would have gone if she knew Rachel and Aneesa were there. Alton Williams and Irulan Wilson were also asked, as well as Landon Lueck and Shavonda Billingslea. Danny Jamieson and Melinda Stolp were going to be a team, but Melinda had to drop out due to work. Johanna Botta, Michael Ross, Casey Cooper (who declined out of respect to her boyfriend), Svetlana Shusterman, and Frank Roessler and Jillian Zoboroski all declined. Ryan Knight and Jemmye Carroll received an availability call, but did not receive an invitation to be cast. A team of Ayiiia Elizarraras and Joey Rozmus was attempted, but Joey declined. Beth Stolarczyk and Nehemiah Clark were contacted; Nehemiah accepted but Beth declined and threatened to get lawyers involved because she claims she and Nehemiah never hooked up. A team of Ryan Kehoe and Davis Mallory was attempted, but Ryan had to drop out.
Battle of the Seasons – Frank Roessler and Arissa Hill were asked, with both saying yes. Leroy Garrett and Heather Cooke were also originally meant to be a part of team Las Vegas, but then producers went about with the hybrid team for two reasons: the entire Las Vegas team was planned around Trishelle and Alton, and Cooke and Dustin refused to appear on the Challenge together. Carley Johnson was also supposed to be a part of the Fresh Meat team instead of Cara Maria; Cara didn't receive her own authentic jersey until after the first mission. There was a Road Rules team consisting of Rachel Robinson, Katie Doyle, Darrell Taylor, and Derrick Kosinski; apparently Shane Landrum and Susie Meister were also asked (Shane being the alternate). Real World: San Diego also would have had their own team, consisting of Brad Fiorenza, Robin Hibbard, Cameran Eubanks, and Randy Barry, but Randy backed out. Jamie Chung was also contacted for Team San Diego, but obviously declined. And then there is the Team Sydney situation, where the entire team of KellyAnne Judd, Ashli Robson, Dunbar Merrill, and Isaac Stout arrived but was sent home for unknown reasons before filming; they were replaced by team Fresh Meat. Laurel Stucky also was tested for this Challenge, but she backed out, not wanting to be on the same team as Big Easy. A Denver team of Jenn Grijalva, Colie Edison, Brooke LaBarbera, Tyrie Brown, and Davis Mallory was contacted but did not come to fruition. Nick Brown and Will Gilbert from Hollywood were on board but Brianna Taylor, Brittini Sherrod, and Kimberly Alexander declined. Callie Walker, Emily Schromm, Ty Ruff, and Josh Colon from DC with Mike Manning as an alternate were originally a team, but they were dropped when Callie became pregnant. Ashlee Feldman was the alternate for NOLA (and Sahar Dika had also been contacted); Nehemiah Clark was the alternate for Austin. Emilee Fitzpatrick was the alternate for Cancun; Ayiiia Elizarraras was also contacted but declined due to school. LaToya Jackson and Brandon Swift were alternates for St. Thomas. Baya Voce at some point was contacted; when she declined, Sarah Rice was cast instead. Luke Wolfe and Bronne Bruzgo were both contacted, but declined.
Rivals II - Numerous people were tested but not used, including Ashley Kelsey and Brandon Swift. Brandon Kane received an availability call but nothing further. Averey Tressler and Nia Moore were asked, but Nia was not available. Ruthie Alcaide, Susie Meister, Dustin Zito, Svetlana Shusterman, Katie Doyle, Marie Roda, Emilee Fitzpatrick, and Tori Fiorenza were all contacted for this Challenge. Ayiiia Elizarraras was an alternate, along with her rival Cara Maria who was eventually cast. LaToya Jackson and Laura Waller was another alternate team. Evan Starkman, despite being banned from the Challenges, received an availability call for this Challenge. Tyler Duckworth was dropped and replaced by Ty Ruff when the initial desired format, a Duel III, was changed to Rivals II.
Free Agents - Tyler Duckworth was part of the initial cast but dropped at the last second. Paula Meronek is speculated to have dropped out because of Tyler. Brad Fiorenza was originally going to appear, but declined due to the BGC-esque style the show was taking. Heather Cooke was slated to appear, but dropped out several weeks before the departure date. KellyAnne Judd also dropped out of this Challenge. Joi Niemeyer and Averey Tressler were female alternates; Nehemiah Clark and Trey Weatherholtz were male alternates. Sam McGinn was asked and accepted, but also was not cast. Heather Marter accepted the availability call, but declined the second offer to be on this Challenge because Dustin was going to be on it. Coral Smith was asked and offered a lot of money to appear, but declined because she was not in shape. Marlon Williams declined in order to focus on his music career. Ryan Knight was dropped after his assault on Frank Sweeney at the Rivals II reunion. Marie Roda, Katie Doyle, Svetlana Shusterman, Landon Lueck, Danny Jamieson, and Anastasia Miller were asked and declined. Susie Meister received an availability call, but declined as well over a pay dispute.
Battle of the Exes II – Trey Weatherholtz and Laura Waller were an alternate team. Many people were asked but turned down the initial call, such as Alton Williams, Brad and Tori Fiorenza, Brian Williams and Jenny Delich, Frank Sweeney and Alexandra Govere, Marlon Williams, Robb Schreiber, Jenn Grijalva, Johanna Botta, Laurel Stucky, Lauren Ondersma, and Susie Meister. CJ Koegel declined due to his modeling and fitness contract. Darrell Taylor and Rachel Robinson, Dunbar Merrill and Ashli Robson, Eric Patrick and Sahar Dika, Brandon Swift and LaToya Jackson, Ashley Kelsey, Emilee Fitzpatrick, Jamie Larson, and Joi Niemeyer all accepted the initial availability call but were ultimately not cast; some of these were likely alternates or alternate teams. Eric Banks, Cohutta Grindstaff, and Trishelle Cannatella all also received availability calls. Cory Wharton was asked and said yes, but all of his possible exes declined; the same situation happened for Derek Chavez. Shanley McIntee was contacted and accepted, but her ex Chris Tolleson declined. Danny Jamieson and Melinda Stolp were heavily wanted, but Danny had to drop out due to his work schedule. Others that were heavily wanted by production but ended up declining anyway were Anastasia Miller, Heather Marter, Svetlana Shusterman, and Trisha Cummings. Jasmine Reynaud accepted the initial availability call but declined the invitation to appear on this Challenge. Ashley Mitchell received an availability call but nothing further. Marie Roda accepted the invitation to appear on this Challenge, but her ex Robb declined.
Battle of the Bloodlines – Arielle Scott, Jamie Larson, and Bruno Bettencourt (and his brother Briah) all declined. Trey Weatherholtz and Laura Waller were contacted but unable to fit the theme. Emilee Fitzpatrick & her sister, Mandi Moyer & her brother, and Layton Jones & his cousin accepted but did not make the final cast. Brad Fiorenza & his brother were going to be cast, but his brother dropped out. Nia Moore and her sister Makeda were going to be cast, but Makeda dropped out to attend graduate school. Laurel Stucky and her cousin were going to do this Challenge, but Laurel dropped out after not wanting to sign the medical release form. Marie Roda and her sister Victoria also dropped out two weeks before departure. These two teams were subsequently replaced with Christina LeBlanc/Emily Reese and Jenna Compono/Brianna Julig. Brittany Baldassari was contacted and accepted, but her brother dropped out during testing. Derek Chavez and his cousin accepted but were ultimately not cast. Jay Gotti and Jessica Andreatta received availability calls.
Rivals III – Bruno Bettencourt was cast, but dropped out at the last minute. Sylvia Elsrode agreed to participate, but dropped out two weeks before the departure date. Mandi Moyer and Derek Chavez accepted the initial availability call. Jenny Delich Jamie Larson, Jason Hill, Cara Maria Sorbello, and Brian Williams all declined this Challenge. Jay Gotti received an availability call.
Invasion – Emilee Fitzpatrick and Dylan Moore were alternates for this season; they actually flew out to Thailand with the cast just in case they were needed. Sam McGinn and Derrick Kosinski were the alternates for the Champions team. Devyn Simone, Sarah Rice, Johnny Reilly, Jordan Wiseley, Landon Lueck, Paula Meronek, and Wes Bergmann all declined this Challenge. Shane Raines and Trey Weatherholtz accepted the availability call but were not cast. Averey Tressler also accepted and did testing for this Challenge, but was later dropped. A large number of people did receive availability calls for this Challenge, including: Adam Kuhn, Brandon Swift, Brianna Julig, Brittany Baldassari, Cheyenne Floyd, Cohutta Grindstaff, Devin Walker-Molaghan, Dione Mariani, Hannah Rathbun, Jamie Larson, Jay Gotti, Jemmye Carroll, Jenna Thomason, KellyAnne Judd, Leroy Garrett, Madison Walls, Nate Siebenmark, Nicole Ramos, Raphy Medrano, Rashida Beach, Robb Schreiber, Sabrina Kennedy, Simone Kelly, Thomas Buell, and Vince Gliatta. Champions that were contacted include Abram Boise, Emily Schromm, and Jamie Banks.
Dirty 30 – Coral Smith initially accepted, but dropped out several weeks before departure. Sarah Rice, Nany Gonzalez, Wes Bergmann, Theresa Gonzalez, Paula Meronek, and Shane Landrum all declined this Challenge. Alicia Wright dropped out the night before departure due to a ruptured appendix and was replaced with Jenna Compono, although Briana LaCuesta was their first choice (she would later replace Ashley) yet was at work and missed the call. Jay Gotti accepted the call but dropped out due to his work schedule. Anna Stack, Ayiiia Elizarraras, Jennifer Geoghan, Jonna Mannion, Robbie Padovano, and Tyara Hooks all received an availability call.
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2017.05.23 11:51 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 1984 (out of the 3,170 films released worldwide that year.)

  1. A Sunday In The Country (Director: Bertrand Tavernier)
  2. Gallavants (Director: Art Vitello)
  3. J'ai rencontré le Père Noël (Director: Christian Gion)
  4. The Muppets Take Manhattan (Director: Frank Oz)
  1. 2010 (Director: Peter Hyams)
  2. A Passage To India (Director: David Lean)
  3. A Soldier’s Story (Director: Norman Jewison)
  4. A Test Of Love (Director: Gil Brealey)
  5. A Year Of The Quiet Sun (Director: Krzysztof Zanussi)
  6. Abwärts (Director: Carl Schenkel)
  7. All Of Me (Director: Carl Reiner)
  8. Amadeus (Director: Milos Forman)
  9. American Dreamer (Director: Rick Rosenthal)
  10. Another Country (Director: Marek Kanievska)
  11. Beat Street (Director: Stan Lathan)
  12. Boggy Creek II: And The Legend Continues (Director: Charles B. Pierce)
  13. Breakin’ (Director: Joel Silberg)
  14. Breakin’ II: Electric Boogaloo (Director: Sam Firstenberg)
  15. Broadway Danny Rose (Director: Woody Allen)
  16. Cannonball Run II (Director: Hal Needham)
  17. Carmen (Director: Francesco Rosi)
  18. Champions (Director: John Irvin)
  19. Chattanooga Choo Choo (Director: Bruce Bilson)
  20. Cheech + Chong’s “The Corsican Brothers”)(Director: Tommy Chong)
  21. City Heat (Director: Richard Benjamin)
  22. Cloak + Dagger (Director: Richard Franklin)
  23. Comfort + Joy (Director: Bill Forsyth)
  24. Conan The Destroyer (Director: Richard Fleischer)
  25. Country (Director: Richard Pearce)
  26. Crackers (Director: Louis Malle)
  27. Door To Door (Director: Patrick Bailey)
  28. Electric Dreams (Director: Steve Barron)
  29. Footloose (Director: Herbert Ross)
  30. Ghostbusters (Director: Ivan Reitman)
  31. Give My Regards To Broad Street (Director: Peter Webb)
  32. Grace Quigley (Director: Anthony Harvey)
  33. Gremlins (Director: Joe Dante)
  34. Greystoke: The Legend Of Tarzan, Lord Of The Apes (Director: Hugh Hudson)
  35. Hard To Hold (Director: Larry Peerce)
  36. Harry + Son (Director: Paul Newman)
  37. Iceman (Director: Fred Schepisi)
  38. In ‘n Out (Director: Ricardo Franco)
  39. In Search Of A Golden Sky (Director: Jefferson Richard)
  40. Indiana Jones + The Temple Of Doom (Director: Steven Spielberg)
  41. Irreconcilable Differences (Director: Charles Shyer)
  42. Just The Way You Are (Director: Édouard Molinaro)
  43. Kidco (Director: Ron Maxwell)
  44. MacArthur’s Children (Director: Masahiro Shinoda)
  45. Mass Appeal (Director: Glenn Jordan)
  46. Meatballs, Part II (Director: Ken Wiederhorn)
  47. Misunderstood (Director: Jerry Schatzberg)
  48. My First Wife (Director: Paul Cox)
  49. Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (Director: Hayao Miyazaki)
  50. Nothing Lasts Forever (Director: Tom Schiller)
  51. Oddballs (Director: Miklós Lente)
  52. Oh, God! You Devil (Director: Paul Bogart)
  53. Old Enough (Director: Marisa Silver)
  54. Places In The Heart (Director: Robert Benton)
  55. Protocol (Director: Herbert Ross)
  56. Racing With The Moon (Director: Richard Benjamin)
  57. Rare Breed (Director: David Nelson)
  58. Repentance (Director: Tengiz Abuladze)
  59. Rhinestone (Director: Bob Clark)
  60. Romancing The Stone (Director: Robert Zemeckis)
  61. Sam’s Son (Director: Michael Landon)
  62. Scandalous (Director: Rob Cohen)
  63. Secret Places (Director: Zelda Barron)
  64. Sheena (Director: John Guillermin)
  65. Silver City (Director: Sophia Turkiewicz)
  66. Sixteen Candles (Director: John Hughes)
  67. Snowballing (Director: Charles E. Sellier, Jr.)
  68. Solo (Director: Lyman Dayton)
  69. Splash (Director: Ron Howard)
  70. Star Trek III: The Search For Spock (Director: Leonard Nimoy)
  71. Starman (Director: John Carpenter)
  72. Starship (Lorca + The Outlaws) (Director: Roger Christian)
  73. Streets Of Fire (Director: Walter Hill)
  74. Supergirl (Director: Jeannot Szwarc)
  75. Swing Shift (Director: Jonathan Demme)
  76. Sword of the Valiant: The Legend of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (Director: Stephen Weeks)
  77. Tank (Director: Marvin J. Chomsky)
  78. The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension (Director: W.D. Richter)
  79. The Bear (Director: Richard C. Sarafian)
  80. The Blade Master (Director: Joe D’Amato)
  81. The Bounty (Director: Roger Donaldson)
  82. The Buddy System (Director: Glenn Jordan)
  83. The Holy Innocents (Director: Mario Camus)
  84. The Ice Pirates (Director: Stewart Raffill)
  85. The Karate Kid (Director: John G. Avildsen)
  86. The Natural (Director: Barry Levinson)
  87. The NeverEnding Story (Director: Wolfgang Petersen)
  88. The Philadelphia Experiment (Director: Stewart Raffill)
  89. The Red Fury (Director: Lyman Dayton)
  90. The River Rat (Director: Thomas Rickman)
  91. The Secret Life Of Sigmund Freud (Director: Danford B. Greene)
  92. The Stone Boy (Director: Christopher Cain)
  93. The Wild Duck (Director: Henri Safran)
  94. Top Secret! (Director: David Zucker, Jim Abrahams + Jerry Zucker)
  95. Unfaithfully Yours (Director: Howard Zieff)
  96. Voyage Of The Rock Aliens (Director: James Fargo)
  97. What Waits Below (Director: Don Sharp)
  98. Where Is Parsifal? (Director: Henri Helman)
  1. Blame It On The Night (Director: Gene Taft)
  2. Body Rock (Director: Marcelo Epstein)
  3. City Limits (Director: Aaron Lipstadt)
  4. Dreamscape (Director Joseph Ruben)
  5. Dune (Director: David Lynch)
  6. Falling In Love (Director: Ulu Grosbard)
  7. Firstborn (Director: Michael Apted)
  8. Forbidden (Director: Anthony Page)
  9. Garbo Talks (Director: Sidney Lumet)
  10. Ghoulies (Director: Luca Bercovici)
  11. Henry IV (Director: Marco Bellocchio)
  12. Johnny Dangerously (Director: Amy Heckerling)
  13. Leilet al quabd al Fatma (Director: Henry Barakat)
  14. Lensman (Directors: Kazuyuki Hirokawa + Yoshiaki Kawajiri)
  15. Lili In Love (Director: Károly Makk)
  16. Love Streams (Director: John Cassavetes)
  17. Memed My Hawk (Director: Peter Ustinov)
  18. Micki + Maude (Director: Blake Edwards)
  19. Mrs. Soffel (Director: Gillian Armstrong)
  20. Night Of The Comet (Director: Thom Eberhardt)
  21. Ordeal By Innocence (Director: Desmond Davis)
  22. Oxford Blues (Director: Robert Boris)
  23. Red Dawn (Director: John Milius)
  24. Return To Waterloo (Director: Ray Davies)
  25. Runaway (Director: Michael Crichton)
  26. That’s My Baby! (Directors: John Bradshaw + Edie Yolles)
  27. The Dungeonmaster (Directors: David Allen, Charles Band, John Carl Buechler, Steven Ford, Peter Manoogian, Ted Nicolaou + Rosemarie Turko)
  28. The Flamingo Kid (Director: Garry Marshall)
  29. The Razor’s Edge (Director: John Byrum)
  30. The River (Director: Mark Rydell)
  31. The Woman In Red (Director: Gene Wilder)
  32. Trancers (Director: Charles Band)
  1. 1984 (Director: Michael Radford)
  2. A Breed Apart (Director: Philippe Mora)
  3. A Nightmare On Elm Street (Director: Wes Craven)
  4. A Private Function (Director: Malcolm Mowbray)
  5. Against All Odds (Director: Taylor Hackford)
  6. Alley Cat (Directors: Victor M. Ordonez, Ed Palmos + Al Valletta)
  7. Alphabet City (Director: Amos Poe)
  8. American Taboo (Director: Steve Lustgarten)
  9. Among The Cinders (Director: Rolf Hädrich )
  10. Angel (Director: Robert Vincent O’Neill)
  11. Bachelor Party (Director: Neal Israel)
  12. Bedroom Eyes (Director: William Fruet)
  13. Best Defense (Director: Willard Huyck)
  14. Beverly Hills Cop (Director: Martin Brest)
  15. Beyond The Walls (Director: Uri Barbash)
  16. Bianca (Director: Nanni Moretti)
  17. Birdy (Director: Alan Parker)
  18. Blame It On Rio (Director: Stanley Donen)
  19. Blind Date (Director: Nico Mastorakis)
  20. Blood Simple (Director: Joel Coen)
  21. Blood Theatre (Director: Rick Sloane)
  22. Bloodbath At The House Of Death (Director: Ray Cameron)
  23. Body Double (Director: Brian De Palma)
  24. C.H.U.D. (Director: Douglas Cheek)
  25. Cal (Director: Pat O’Connor)
  26. Camila (Director: María Luisa Bemberg)
  27. Children Of The Corn (Director: Fritz Kiersch)
  28. Choose Me (Director: Alan Rudolph)
  29. Code Name: Wild Geese (Director: Antonio Margheriti)
  30. Combat Shock (Director: Buddy Giovinazzo)
  31. Courage (Director: Robert L. Rosen)
  32. Covergirl (Director: Jean-Claude Lord)
  33. Crimes Of Passion (Director: Ken Russell)
  34. Deadline (Director: Mario Azzopardi)
  35. Deep In The Heart (Director: Tony Garnett)
  36. Delta Pi (Director: Kevin Brodie)
  37. Devil Fish (Director: Lamberto Bava)
  38. Dinner With Olga (Director: Rudy Prince)
  39. Don’t Open Till Christmas (Director: Edmund Purdom)
  40. Dreams Come True (Director: Max Kalmanowicz)
  41. Ellie (Director: Peter Wittman)
  42. Emmanuelle IV (Directors: Francis Leroi + Iris Letans)
  43. Evil Judgment (Director: Claudio Castravelli)
  44. Exterminator II (Director: Mark Buntzman)
  45. Fear City (Director: Abel Ferrara)
  46. Final Mission (Director: Cirio H. Santiago)
  47. Finders Keepers (Director: Richard Lester)
  48. Firestarter (Director: Mark L. Lester)
  49. Flashpoint (Director: William Tannen)
  50. Fleshburn (Director: George Gage)
  51. Friday The 13th: The Final Chapter (Director: Joseph Zito)
  52. Full Moon In Paris (Director: Éric Rohmer)
  53. Ghost Warrior (Director: J. Larry Carroll)
  54. Gimme An “F” (Director: Paul Justman)
  55. Killing Machine (Director: José Antonio de la Loma)
  56. Grandview U.S.A. (Director: Randa Kleiser)
  57. Growing Pains (Director: Robert Houston)
  58. Guerra sucia (Director: Juan Piquer Simón)
  59. Hardbodies (Director: Mark Griffiths)
  60. Heart Of The Stag (Director: Michael Firth)
  61. Heartbreakers (Director: Bobby Roth)
  62. Heavenly Bodies (Director: Lawrence Dane)
  63. Hollywood Hot Tubs (Director: Chuck Vincent)
  64. Hong Kong 1941 (Director: Po-Chih Leong)
  65. Hot Dog...The Movie (Director: Peter Markle)
  66. Impulse (Director: Graham Baker)
  67. Jocks (Director: Riccardo Sesani)
  68. Joy Of Sex (Director: Martha Coolidge)
  69. Jungle Warriors (Directors: Ernst R. von Theumer + Billy Fine)
  70. Kaos (Directors: Paolo Taviani + Vittorio Taviani)
  71. Killpoint (Director: Frank Harris)
  72. L’addition (Director: Denis Amar)
  73. Lady Libertine (Director: Gérard Kikoïne)
  74. Lassiter (Director: Roger Young)
  75. Locas vacaciones (Director: Hubert Frank)
  76. Love Scenes (Director: Bud Townsend)
  77. Lovelines (Director: Rod Amateau)
  78. Making The Grade (Director: Dorian Walker)
  79. Maria’s Lovers (Director: Andrey Konchalovsky)
  80. Mike’s Murder (Director: James Bridges)
  81. Missing In Action (Director: Joseph Zito)
  82. Monster Dog (Director: Claudio Fragasso)
  83. Moscow On The Hudson (Director: Paul Mazursky)
  84. Murder Rock (Director: Lucio Fulci)
  85. Mutant (Directors: John ‘Bud’ Cardos + Mark Rosman)
  86. My New Partner (Director: Claude Zidi)
  87. Night Patrol (Director: Jackie Kong)
  88. Ninja III: The Domination (Director: Sam Firstenberg)
  89. No Small Affair (Director: Jerry Schatzberg)
  90. Not For Publication (Director: Paul Bartel)
  91. Octavia (Director: David Beaird)
  92. Once Upon A Time In America (Director: Sergio Leone)
  93. Over The Brooklyn Bridge (Director: Menahem Golan)
  94. Paris, Texas (Director: Wim Wenders)
  95. Perfect Strangers (Director: Larry Cohen)
  96. Petit Con (Director: Gérard Lauzier)
  97. Police Academy (Director: Hugh Wilson)
  98. Preppies (Director: Chuck Vincent)
  99. Purple Hearts (Director: Sidney J. Furie)
  100. Purple Rain (Director: Albert Magnoli)
  101. Razorback (Director: Russell Mulcahy)
  102. Reckless (Director: James Foley)
  103. Repo Ma (Director: Alex Cox)
  104. Revenge Of The Nerds (Director: Jeff Kanew)
  105. Rocktober Blood (Director: Beverly Sebastian)
  106. Running Hot (Director: Mark Griffiths)
  107. Savage Streets (Directors: Danny Steinmann + Tom DeSimone)
  108. Scream For Help (Director: Michael Winner)
  109. Shackin’ Up (Director: Simon Nuchtern)
  110. Silent Madness (Director: Simon Nuchtern)
  111. Silent Night, Deadly Night (Director: Charles E. Sellier, Jr.)
  112. Songwriter (Director: Alan Rudolph)
  113. Sotto...sotto (Director: Lina Wertmüller)
  114. Special Effects (Director: Larry Cohen)
  115. Splatter University (Director: Richard W. Haines)
  116. Stranger Than Paradise (Director: Jim Jarmusch)
  117. Success Is The Best Revenge (Director: Jerzy Skolimowski)
  118. Surf II (Director: Randall M. Badat)
  119. Swann In Love (Director: Volker Schlöndorff)
  120. Teachers (Director: Arthur Hiller)
  121. The Act (Director: Sig Shore)
  122. The Ambassador (Director: J. Lee Thompson)
  123. The Bay Boy (Director: Daniel Petrie)
  124. The Brother From Another Planet (Director: John Sayles)
  125. The Company Of Wolves (Director: Neil Jordan)
  126. The Cotton Club (Director: Francis Ford Coppola)
  127. The Dark Side To Love (Director: John Carr)
  128. The Evil That Men Do (Director: J. Lee Thompson)
  129. The Executioner, Part II (Director: James Bryan)
  130. The Hills Have Eyes, Part II (Director: Wes Craven)
  131. The Hit (Director: Stephen Frears)
  132. The Hotel New Hampshire (Director: Tony Richardson)
  133. The House Of God (Director: Donald Wrye)
  134. The Initiation (Director: Larry Stewart)
  135. The Killing Fields (Director: Roland Joffé)
  136. The Last Winter (Director: Riki Shelach Nissimoff)
  137. The Little Drummer Girl (Director: George Roy Hill)
  138. The Lonely Guy (Director: Arthur Hiller)
  139. The Mutilator (Director: Buddy Coper + John Douglass)
  140. The Naked Face (Director: Bryan Forbes)
  141. The Ninja Mission (Director: Mats Helge Olsson)
  142. The Panther Squad (Director: Pierre Chevalier)
  143. The Party Animal (Director: David Beaird)
  144. The Perils Of Gwendoline In The Land Of The Yik Yak (Director: Just Jaeckin)
  145. The Pope Of Greenwich Village (Director: Stuart Rosenberg)
  146. The Power (Directors: Stephen Carpenter + Jeffrey Obrow)
  147. The Prey (Director: Edwin Brown)
  148. The Rosebud Beach Hotel (Director: Harry Hurwitz)
  149. The Terminator (Director: James Cameron)
  150. The Violent Breed (Director: Fernando Di Leo)
  151. The Warrior + The Sorceress (Director: John C. Broderick)
  152. The Wild Life (Director: Art Linson)
  153. They’re Playing With Fire (Director: Howard Avedis)
  154. Thief Of Hearts (Director: Douglas Day Stewart)
  155. This Is Spinal Tap (Director: Rob Reiner)
  156. Tightrope (Director: Richard Tuggle)
  157. Toy Soldiers (Director: David Fisher)
  158. Under The Volcano (Director: John Huston)
  159. Until September (Director: Richard Marquand)
  160. Up The Creek (Director: Robert Butler)
  161. Utu (Director: Geoff Murphy)
  162. Vamping (Director: Frederick King Keller)
  163. Violated (Director: Richard Cannistraro)
  164. Vénus (Directors: Jean Jabely, Pierre Bénichou + Sandy Whitelaw)
  165. Weekend Pass (Director: Lawrence Bassoff)
  166. Where The Boys Are ’84 (Director: Hy Averback)
  167. Where The Green Ants Dream (Director: Werner Herzog)
  168. Windy City (Director: Armyan Bernstein)
  169. Yellow Hair + The Fortress Of Gold (Director: Matt Cimber)
  170. Zombie Island Massacre (Director: John N. Carter)
(none released in 1984)
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2016.04.08 03:35 kasutori_Jack -- LAUNCH PARTY and full 2016 prediction article

YSK: This will be the last stickied post. The rest will be submitted like normal articles / blogs. That is, unless people want an exception for the informative Minor Monday minor league update threads.
Hey Sportsfans, as promised it's time to kick off a new era in /SFGiants history!
And, boy, was that game a hard act to follow.
Some time has passed since the original announcement and explanation so, understandably, there is some confusion as to the nature of the project. I'd like to clear it all up right now! In the comments, you'll see our 2016 predictions as I don't think there's room here. is an auxiliary support website for this subreddit. It will not replace or change any aspect of this community.
What will you find there?
What's coming in the future?
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Wow, Jack, what a great breakdown. But I'm concerned about X.
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Jack, that all makes perfect sense. How do I ask that my Giants piece can have an archived home at PGT?
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Hmm, even though that was a very clear post, I'm worried. Are you trying to scam us?
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Jack, I've been told you and zapyou42 are very handsome, but I feel like you're holding something back from us?
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2015.09.30 22:05 AthleticsBot Game Chat: 9/30 Athletics (65-93) @ Angels (83-74) 4:05 PM PT

Athletics (65-93) @ Angels (83-74)

First Pitch: 4:05 PM PT at Angel Stadium of Anaheim
Pitcher TV Radio
Athletics Barry Zito (0-0, 18.00 ERA) CSNCA 95.7 FM The Game
Angels Garrett Richards (15-11, 3.73 ERA) FS-W KLAA 830
MLB Fangraphs Brooks Baseball Reddit Stream IRC Chat
Gameday Game Graph Strikezone Map Live Comments Freenode: #reddit-oaklandathletics

Line Score - Final

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
OAK 0 0 0 3 0 0 4 1 0 8 6 2
LAA 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 1 1 7 13 4

Box Score

SS Aybar 5 1 1 0 0 0 .269 CF Fuld 2 0 0 0 1 0 .196
RF Calhoun 4 1 2 2 1 1 .261 PH Butler, B 0 0 0 0 1 0 .253
CF Trout 3 1 3 1 2 0 .299 PR-CF Gentry 0 1 0 0 0 0 .089
DH Pujols 4 0 0 0 1 0 .239 PH-CF Burns 1 0 0 0 0 0 .294
1B Cron 4 0 0 0 1 1 .266 1B Canha 4 1 1 1 1 0 .252
3B Freese 5 1 2 1 0 1 .262 RF Reddick 4 0 1 1 1 1 .272
PR Robertson, Dn 0 0 0 0 0 0 .280 3B Valencia 5 1 0 0 0 2 .286
LF Victorino 2 0 1 0 1 0 .227 C Vogt 3 1 1 2 2 1 .261
PH-LF Navarro, E 1 0 0 0 0 0 .253 DH Lawrie 4 1 0 0 1 3 .261
PH Cowgill 1 0 0 0 0 0 .188 2B Sogard 4 1 1 3 0 0 .250
C Perez, C 4 2 3 1 0 0 .256 SS Semien 4 1 1 0 0 2 .256
2B Giavotella 3 1 1 2 0 0 .272 LF Smolinski 2 0 0 0 0 1 .185
2B Featherston 0 0 0 0 0 0 .162 PH-LF Crisp 2 1 1 0 0 0 .180
PH Murphy, Dv 1 0 0 0 0 0 .284
2B Jackson, R 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Richards 6.0 2 3 0 4 7 108-64 3.62 Zito 4.0 4 2 2 4 2 76-43 10.29
Morin 0.1 1 3 1 1 1 20-10 5.50 Coulombe 0.1 0 0 0 1 0 9-4 5.40
Gott 0.2 2 1 0 1 1 20-12 2.93 Otero 0.2 1 0 0 0 0 11-7 6.75
Alvarez, J 0.1 1 1 0 0 0 12-6 3.62 Mujica 0.2 3 3 3 0 0 11-9 4.86
Salas 0.1 0 0 0 1 0 9-2 4.31 Venditte 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 3-2 4.91
Ramos, C 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 9-5 2.08 Dull 1.2 2 1 1 0 1 23-14 4.20
Smith, J 0.1 0 0 0 0 1 4-4 3.69 Doolittle 1.2 2 1 1 1 0 30-19 4.26

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
3 Mike Trout homers (41) on a line drive to center field. 1-0
4 Eric Sogard doubles (12) on a line drive to right fielder Kole Calhoun. Danny Valencia scores. Stephen Vogt scores. Brett Lawrie scores. 1-3
4 David Freese homers (14) on a fly ball to left center field. 2-3
6 Johnny Giavotella homers (4) on a fly ball to left field. Carlos Perez scores. 4-3
6 Kole Calhoun doubles (23) on a line drive to right fielder Josh Reddick. Erick Aybar scores. 5-3
7 Mark Canha singles on a soft line drive to center fielder Mike Trout. Eric Sogard scores. Coco Crisp to 3rd. Craig Gentry to 2nd. 5-4
7 Josh Reddick walks. Coco Crisp scores. Craig Gentry to 3rd. Mark Canha to 2nd. 5-5
7 Stephen Vogt singles on a line drive to right fielder Kole Calhoun. Craig Gentry scores. Mark Canha scores. Josh Reddick to 3rd. 5-7
8 Coco Crisp reaches on a fielding error by first baseman C. J. Cron. Marcus Semien scores. 5-8
8 Carlos Perez homers (4) on a line drive to left field. 6-8
9 Kole Calhoun homers (25) on a line drive to center field. 7-8



Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher
Ryan Dull (1-1, 4.2) Mike Morin (3-2, 5.5)
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2015.09.26 19:05 AthleticsBot Game Chat: 9/26 Giants (79-74) @ Athletics (65-89) 1:05 PM PT

Giants (79-74) @ Athletics (65-89)

First Pitch: 1:05 PM PT at Coliseum
Pitcher TV Radio
Giants Tim Hudson (8-8, 4.20 ERA) MLBN, CSN-BA KTRB 860, KNBR 680
Athletics Barry Zito (0-0, 18.00 ERA) MLBN, CSNCA 95.7 FM The Game, KIQI 1010
MLB Fangraphs Brooks Baseball Reddit Stream IRC Chat
Gameday Game Graph Strikezone Map Live Comments Freenode: #reddit-oaklandathletics

Line Score - Final

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
SF 2 2 0 0 0 3 2 5 0 14 19 1
OAK 0 3 5 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 11 0

Box Score

CF Burns 6 1 1 2 0 0 .297 CF Pagan 6 1 2 1 0 1 .267
1B Canha 4 0 2 2 0 0 .254 2B Tomlinson 6 3 4 1 0 0 .292
RF Reddick 4 0 0 0 1 0 .270 3B Duffy, M 6 2 2 1 0 0 .299
3B Valencia 4 2 3 0 1 0 .296 1B Posey 5 1 2 1 1 0 .323
C Vogt 4 2 1 0 1 1 .263 RF Byrd 4 0 2 3 0 0 .252
DH Butler, B 4 2 2 2 0 1 .252 SS Crawford, B 3 1 0 0 2 0 .257
2B Lawrie 4 1 0 0 1 0 .265 DH Williamson 4 1 1 0 0 1 .333
SS Sogard 3 2 1 3 1 1 .251 PH-DH De Aza 0 1 0 0 1 0 .259
PH Semien 1 0 1 0 0 0 .257 LF Parker, J 5 3 3 7 0 1 .370
LF Fuld 3 0 0 1 1 0 .201 C Brown, T 5 1 3 0 0 1 .263
PH Crisp 1 0 0 0 0 1 .161
Zito 2.0 6 4 4 1 0 48-32 18.00 Hudson, T 1.1 1 3 2 3 0 34-12 4.30
Venditte 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 12-8 4.81 Vogelsong 1.1 5 5 5 1 1 26-18 4.81
Brooks 2.2 6 3 3 1 1 51-35 7.26 Hall 1.1 0 0 0 2 1 26-13 5.06
Rodriguez, Fe 0.2 1 1 1 0 0 9-6 4.12 Cain, M 2.0 2 2 2 0 0 24-14 6.31
Pomeranz 0.2 3 2 2 0 0 9-7 3.66 Osich 2.0 1 0 0 0 1 27-17 1.75
Dull 0.2 2 4 4 2 0 17-7 4.05 Romo 0.1 1 0 0 0 0 5-4 3.17
Abad 0.1 0 0 0 0 1 4-3 4.24 Lopez, J 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 1-1 1.43
Otero 1.0 1 0 0 0 1 10-9 7.11 Casilla 0.2 0 0 0 0 1 8-5 2.98

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
1 Marlon Byrd doubles (23) on a fly ball to center fielder Billy Burns. Kelby Tomlinson scores. Matt Duffy scores. 0-2
2 Jarrett Parker homers (4) on a line drive to left center field. 0-3
2 Kelby Tomlinson singles on a line drive to center fielder Billy Burns. Angel Pagan scores. 0-4
2 Eric Sogard walks. Stephen Vogt scores. Billy Butler to 3rd. Brett Lawrie to 2nd. 1-4
2 Sam Fuld walks. Billy Butler scores. Brett Lawrie to 3rd. Eric Sogard to 2nd. 2-4
2 Mark Canha hit by pitch. Eric Sogard scores. Sam Fuld to 3rd. Billy Burns to 2nd. 3-4
3 Eric Sogard doubles (11) on a ground ball to left fielder Jarrett Parker. Danny Valencia scores. Stephen Vogt scores. Brett Lawrie to 3rd. 5-4
3 Billy Burns doubles (17) on a line drive to right fielder Marlon Byrd. Brett Lawrie scores. Eric Sogard scores. 7-4
3 Mark Canha doubles (21) on a fly ball to center fielder Angel Pagan. Billy Burns scores. 8-4
6 Angel Pagan singles on a ground ball to right fielder Josh Reddick. Trevor Brown scores. 8-5
6 Matt Duffy doubles (28) on a line drive to right fielder Josh Reddick. Kelby Tomlinson scores. 8-6
6 Buster Posey singles on a ground ball to center fielder Billy Burns. Matt Duffy scores. 8-7
6 Billy Butler homers (15) on a line drive to left field. Danny Valencia scores. 10-7
7 Jarrett Parker homers (5) on a line drive to center field. Mac Williamson scores. 10-9
8 Marlon Byrd out on a sacrifice fly to left fielder Sam Fuld. Kelby Tomlinson scores. 10-10
8 Jarrett Parker hits a grand slam (6) to right field. Buster Posey scores. Brandon Crawford scores. Alejandro De Aza scores. 10-14



Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher
Josh Osich (2-0, 1.75) Ryan Dull (0-1, 4.05)
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2015.09.26 13:00 sfgbot Gameday Thread 9/26/15 Giants (Hudson) @ Athletics (Zito) 1:05 PM PT

Giants (79-74) @ Athletics (65-89)

First Pitch: 1:05 PM PT at Coliseum
Pitcher TV Radio
Giants Tim Hudson (8-8, 4.20 ERA) MLBN, CSN-BA KTRB 860, KNBR 680
Athletics Barry Zito (0-0, 18.00 ERA) MLBN, CSNCA 95.7 FM The Game, KIQI 1010
MLB Fangraphs Brooks Baseball Reddit Stream IRC Chat
Gameday Game Graph Strikezone Map Live Comments Freenode: #reddit-baseball

Line Score - Final

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
SF 2 2 0 0 0 3 2 5 0 14 19 1
OAK 0 3 5 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 11 0

Box Score

CF Burns 6 1 1 2 0 0 .297 CF Pagan 6 1 2 1 0 1 .267
1B Canha 4 0 2 2 0 0 .254 2B Tomlinson 6 3 4 1 0 0 .292
RF Reddick 4 0 0 0 1 0 .270 3B Duffy, M 6 2 2 1 0 0 .299
3B Valencia 4 2 3 0 1 0 .296 1B Posey 5 1 2 1 1 0 .323
C Vogt 4 2 1 0 1 1 .263 RF Byrd 4 0 2 3 0 0 .252
DH Butler, B 4 2 2 2 0 1 .252 SS Crawford, B 3 1 0 0 2 0 .257
2B Lawrie 4 1 0 0 1 0 .265 DH Williamson 4 1 1 0 0 1 .333
SS Sogard 3 2 1 3 1 1 .251 PH-DH De Aza 0 1 0 0 1 0 .259
PH Semien 1 0 1 0 0 0 .257 LF Parker, J 5 3 3 7 0 1 .370
LF Fuld 3 0 0 1 1 0 .201 C Brown, T 5 1 3 0 0 1 .263
PH Crisp 1 0 0 0 0 1 .161
Zito 2.0 6 4 4 1 0 48-32 18.00 Hudson, T 1.1 1 3 2 3 0 34-12 4.30
Venditte 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 12-8 4.81 Vogelsong 1.1 5 5 5 1 1 26-18 4.81
Brooks 2.2 6 3 3 1 1 51-35 7.26 Hall 1.1 0 0 0 2 1 26-13 5.06
Rodriguez, Fe 0.2 1 1 1 0 0 9-6 4.12 Cain, M 2.0 2 2 2 0 0 24-14 6.31
Pomeranz 0.2 3 2 2 0 0 9-7 3.66 Osich 2.0 1 0 0 0 1 27-17 1.75
Dull 0.2 2 4 4 2 0 17-7 4.05 Romo 0.1 1 0 0 0 0 5-4 3.17
Abad 0.1 0 0 0 0 1 4-3 4.24 Lopez, J 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 1-1 1.43
Otero 1.0 1 0 0 0 1 10-9 7.11 Casilla 0.2 0 0 0 0 1 8-5 2.98

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
1 Marlon Byrd doubles (23) on a fly ball to center fielder Billy Burns. Kelby Tomlinson scores. Matt Duffy scores. 0-2
2 Jarrett Parker homers (4) on a line drive to left center field. 0-3
2 Kelby Tomlinson singles on a line drive to center fielder Billy Burns. Angel Pagan scores. 0-4
2 Eric Sogard walks. Stephen Vogt scores. Billy Butler to 3rd. Brett Lawrie to 2nd. 1-4
2 Sam Fuld walks. Billy Butler scores. Brett Lawrie to 3rd. Eric Sogard to 2nd. 2-4
2 Mark Canha hit by pitch. Eric Sogard scores. Sam Fuld to 3rd. Billy Burns to 2nd. 3-4
3 Eric Sogard doubles (11) on a ground ball to left fielder Jarrett Parker. Danny Valencia scores. Stephen Vogt scores. Brett Lawrie to 3rd. 5-4
3 Billy Burns doubles (17) on a line drive to right fielder Marlon Byrd. Brett Lawrie scores. Eric Sogard scores. 7-4
3 Mark Canha doubles (21) on a fly ball to center fielder Angel Pagan. Billy Burns scores. 8-4
6 Angel Pagan singles on a ground ball to right fielder Josh Reddick. Trevor Brown scores. 8-5
6 Matt Duffy doubles (28) on a line drive to right fielder Josh Reddick. Kelby Tomlinson scores. 8-6
6 Buster Posey singles on a ground ball to center fielder Billy Burns. Matt Duffy scores. 8-7
6 Billy Butler homers (15) on a line drive to left field. Danny Valencia scores. 10-7
7 Jarrett Parker homers (5) on a line drive to center field. Mac Williamson scores. 10-9
8 Marlon Byrd out on a sacrifice fly to left fielder Sam Fuld. Kelby Tomlinson scores. 10-10
8 Jarrett Parker hits a grand slam (6) to right field. Buster Posey scores. Brandon Crawford scores. Alejandro De Aza scores. 10-14



Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher
Josh Osich (2-0, 1.75) Ryan Dull (0-1, 4.05)
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2015.03.31 19:10 AthleticsBot Game Chat: 3/31 Athletics (19-9) @ Angels (13-12) 1:10 PM PT

Athletics (19-9) @ Angels (13-12)

First Pitch: 1:10 PM PT at Tempe Diablo Stadium
Pitcher TV Radio
Athletics Barry Zito (1-0, 2.30 ERA) MLBN
Angels Zach Stewart (1-0, 0.00 ERA) MLBN, FS-W KLAA 830
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Gameday Game Graph Strikezone Map Live Comments Freenode: #reddit-baseball

Line Score - Final

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
OAK 0 0 4 4 0 0 2 2 1 13 18 1
LAA 0 0 4 3 0 0 3 0 10 9 1

Box Score

RF Calhoun 2 1 1 1 0 0 .269 RF Gentry 4 1 1 2 0 1 .250
PH-C Perez, C 3 0 0 0 0 3 .250 RF Pridie 2 1 1 0 0 0 .205
CF Trout 1 1 1 0 1 0 .451 2B Sogard 4 1 3 0 0 1 .345
PH-3B-2B Featherston 2 2 0 0 0 0 .234 SS Kirkland 1 0 0 0 0 1 .167
3B Freese 2 1 1 2 0 0 .326 SS Semien 3 1 1 1 1 0 .286
PH-SS Rutledge 2 1 1 3 1 0 .184 2B Cogswell 0 1 0 0 1 0 .500
1B Cron 4 0 1 1 1 0 .397 1B Canha 4 1 2 3 0 0 .275
PR Bemboom 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 PR-1B Walsh 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000
P Mattheus 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 DH Anderson, B 5 1 1 2 0 0 .226
SS Aybar 2 0 1 0 0 0 .327 3B Ladendorf 4 2 3 1 0 0 .317
RF-CF Robertson 3 1 0 1 0 0 .262 3B Carrithers 1 0 0 0 0 1 .182
DH Joyce 3 0 0 0 0 2 .350 CF Fuld 4 1 1 0 0 1 .255
PH-DH-1B Green, G 2 0 0 0 0 0 .267 CF Oberacker 1 1 1 0 0 0 1.000
C Iannetta 2 1 1 0 0 0 .243 C Carlin 3 2 2 2 1 0 .320
LF Krauss 1 0 0 0 2 0 .400 C Pohl 1 0 1 1 0 0 1.000
LF-CF Cowgill 3 1 1 1 1 1 .315 LF Burns, B 4 0 1 1 0 1 .394
RF Navarro, E 1 0 0 0 0 1 .396 LF Vertigan 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000
2B Giavotella 3 1 1 1 1 0 .348
3B Kubitza 1 0 0 0 0 0 .316
Alvarez, Jo 2.0 1 0 0 0 2 11-11 2.16 Zito 4.0 8 7 7 1 2 35-26 5.03
Street 1.0 3 4 4 1 0 14-9 8.10 Venditte 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 5-5 4.09
Smith, J 0.1 4 4 4 0 1 7-7 9.95 Alvarez, R 1.1 1 3 1 1 2 14-10 3.72
Mahle 0.2 2 0 0 0 0 4-4 3.00 Verdugo, R 0.1 0 0 0 3 0 13-1 2.70
Stewart, Z 2.2 4 2 2 1 1 18-14 3.60 Fuller 0.1 0 0 0 0 1 3-3 2.25
Loconsole 0.2 1 2 2 1 0 7-2 13.50 Wahl 1.0 0 0 0 1 0 7-3 8.31
O'Grady 0.2 1 0 0 0 1 5-5 0.00 Rodriguez, Fe 1.0 0 0 0 1 1 9-5 1.42
Mattheus 1.0 2 1 1 0 1 7-7 3.86

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
3 Luke Carlin homers (1) on a fly ball to right field. 0-1
3 Mark Canha homers (5) on a fly ball to center field. Eric Sogard scores. Marcus Semien scores. 0-4
3 Collin Cowgill homers (1) on a fly ball to left center field. 1-4
3 Kole Calhoun homers (1) on a fly ball to right field. 2-4
3 David Freese homers (2) on a fly ball to center field. Mike Trout scores. 4-4
4 Luke Carlin singles on a ground ball to center fielder Mike Trout, deflected by shortstop Erick Aybar. Tyler Ladendorf scores. Sam Fuld to 2nd. 4-5
4 Craig Gentry singles on a fly ball to right fielder Kole Calhoun. Sam Fuld scores. Luke Carlin scores. 4-7
4 Marcus Semien doubles (5) on a line drive to left fielder Collin Cowgill. Craig Gentry scores. Eric Sogard to 3rd. 4-8
4 Josh Rutledge singles on a pop up to second baseman Eric Sogard. Chris Iannetta scores. Johnny Giavotella scores. Taylor Featherston scores. 7-8
7 Tyler Ladendorf triples (2) on a line drive to right fielder Daniel Robertson. Bryan Anderson scores. 7-9
7 Billy Burns singles on a ground ball to second baseman Johnny Giavotella. Tyler Ladendorf scores. Luke Carlin to 3rd. 7-10
7 C. J. Cron singles on a fly ball to right fielder Jason Pridie. Taylor Featherston scores. Josh Rutledge to 3rd. 8-10
7 Daniel Robertson grounds into a force out, shortstop Wade Kirkland to second baseman Branden Cogswell. Josh Rutledge scores. C. Cron out at 2nd. Daniel Robertson to 1st. 9-10
7 Johnny Giavotella walks. Daniel Robertson scores. Marc Krauss to 3rd. Collin Cowgill to 2nd. 10-10
8 Bryan Anderson triples (1) on a line drive to right fielder Efren Navarro. Jason Pridie scores. Branden Cogswell scores. 10-12
9 Philip Pohl singles on a ground ball to center fielder Daniel Robertson. Chad Oberacker scores. 10-13


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2013.10.15 20:43 FranchiseDraftMod Round 22

Please comment to make your pick. PM the person up next after you pick.
If you don't think you will make it for your pick, please PM the mods with a draft board of players in the order you prefer them. Please try to not make this a habit though.
Currently On the Clock: izzy2112 On the Clock as of 11:20 AM 10/18. Skip time at 7:20 PM 10/18.
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"Full" Draft Board
Pick User Player Position Team
1 Davy_Grolton Skipped
2 xSaintJimmy Charlie Culberson 2B Rockies
3 Br0wnranger Josh Collmenter RHP Diamondbacks
4 IAMADeinonychusAMA David Hernandez RHP Diamondbacks
5 skipped
6 wllmcrsby Barry Zito LHP Giants
7 Bgro Japhet Amador 1B Astros
8 lukemoo Jimmy Nelson RHP Brewers
9 irlkg Hunter Harvey RHP Orioles
10 tdov David DeJesus OF Rays
11 kuhanluke Nolan Fontana SS Astros
12 blindward Al Albuquerque RHP Tigers
13 speedyjohn skipped
14 SouthernDerpfornia Brandon McCarthy RHP Diamondbacks
15 splooshy Sam LeCure RHP Reds
16 yosephof Brad Peacock RHP Astros
17 sj0917 Michael Lorenzen RHP Reds
18 berychance Tom Wilhelmsen RHP Mariners
19 shivvvy Casey Janssen RHP Blue Jays
20 playingwithfire Matt Joyce OF Rays
21 reptheevt Nick Williams OF Rangers
22 swedishfish007 Sean Marshall LHP Reds
23 ssmith11 Justin Wilson LHP Pirates
24 mrdov Michael Feliz RHP Astros
25 darkstargir Jordan Pacheco 3B Rockies
26 lars9 Kyle Lohse RHP Brewers
27 dr_caligari Hunter Dozier 3B Royals
28 izzy2112 Kyuji Fujikawa RHP Cubs
29 iamslm22 skipped
30 ryan_mor skipped
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2013.09.26 01:15 BaseballBot Game Chat: 9/25 Dodgers (91-66) @ Giants (72-85) 7:15 PM PT

Dodgers (91-66) @ Giants (72-85)

First Pitch: 7:15 PM PT at AT&T Park
Pitcher TV Radio
Dodgers Ricky Nolasco (13-10, 3.55 ERA) KCAL, ESPN 570 Fox Sports L.A. , KTNQ 1020
Giants Barry Zito (4-11, 5.91 ERA) CSN-BA, ESPN KNBR 680, KTRB 860
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Gameday Game Graph Strikezone Map Live Comments Freenode: #reddit-baseball

Box Score - Final

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 4 8 0
0 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 x 6 8 2


Pagan CF 4 0 1 0 0 1 .278 Puig RF 4 1 1 0 0 0 .325
Blanco, G LF 4 0 0 0 0 2 .264 Crawford, C LF 4 2 2 0 0 0 .283
Belt 1B 4 0 1 0 0 2 .286 Kemp CF 4 1 3 2 0 0 .277
Posey C 3 2 2 0 1 0 .297 Young, M 1B 4 0 0 0 0 0 .282
Pence RF 2 2 0 0 1 1 .283 Ellis, A C 3 0 0 1 0 0 .237
Sandoval 3B 3 2 2 2 0 1 .276 Hairston, J 3B 3 0 0 0 0 0 .211
Casilla, S P 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Gordon, D PH 1 0 0 0 0 0 .236
Pill PH 0 0 0 0 1 0 .222 Schumaker 2B 4 0 0 0 0 0 .268
Romo P 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Punto SS 3 0 1 0 0 1 .255
Crawford, B SS 4 0 0 0 0 2 .251 Gonzalez, Ad PH 1 0 1 0 0 0 .294
Abreu 2B 4 0 2 4 0 2 .250 Nolasco P 1 0 0 0 0 1 .120
Zito P 1 0 0 0 0 0 .147 League P 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Kieschnick PH 1 0 0 0 0 1 .205 Van Slyke PH 1 0 0 0 0 1 .242
Kontos P 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Howell P 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Monell PH 1 0 0 0 0 0 .143 Marmol P 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Machi P 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Ramirez, H PH 1 0 0 0 0 0 .346
Noonan 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 .216
Zito 5.0 4 2 1 0 1 77-48 5.75 Nolasco 5.2 8 6 6 1 7 95-62 3.72
Kontos 1.0 1 1 0 0 0 11-8 4.58 League 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 5.40
Machi 1.0 0 0 0 0 2 14-10 2.47 Howell 1.0 0 0 0 0 3 16-9 2.05
Casilla, S 1.0 2 1 1 0 0 13-9 2.25 Marmol 1.0 0 0 0 2 2 28-15 4.50
Romo 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 19-11 2.62

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
B2 Tony Abreu triples (2) on a fly ball to right fielder Yasiel Puig. Buster Posey scores. Hunter Pence scores. Pablo Sandoval scores. 3-0
T4 Matt Kemp doubles (15) on a line drive to left fielder Gregor Blanco. Yasiel Puig scores. Carl Crawford to 3rd. 3-1
T4 Jerry Hairston reaches on a fielding error by shortstop Brandon Crawford. Carl Crawford scores. Matt Kemp to 3rd. 3-2
B4 Pablo Sandoval homers (14) on a fly ball to left field. Buster Posey scores. 5-2
T6 A. J. Ellis out on a sacrifice fly to right fielder Hunter Pence. Matt Kemp scores. 5-3
B6 Tony Abreu doubles (11) on a soft fly ball to right fielder Yasiel Puig. Hunter Pence scores. 6-3
T8 Matt Kemp singles on a line drive to right fielder Hunter Pence. Carl Crawford scores. 6-4


Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher
Barry Zito (6-11, 5.74) Ricky Nolasco (13-12, 3.70)
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2013.09.17 05:01 thedeejus Cliff Lee 4, Marlins 2, and other pitchers to win the game all by themselves by getting more RBI's than the other team scored runs

Cliff Lee became the 21st pitcher this year to get a Superwin - collect more RBI than the other team scored runs in the game (not necessarily that he allowed).
Here's everyone:
Player Date Tm Opp RA AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR
Cliff Lee 9/16/2013 PHI MIA 2 4 1 3 4 0 1 0
Homer Bailey 8/28/2013 CIN STL 0 4 0 2 1 0 0 0
Jonathon Niese 8/27/2013 NYM PHI 0 2 1 1 3 1 0 0
Max Scherzer 8/24/2013 DET NYM 0 3 0 1 1 1 0 0
Clayton Kershaw 8/22/2013 LAD MIA 0 4 0 1 1 0 0 0
Clayton Kershaw 8/17/2013 LAD PHI 0 3 0 1 1 1 0 0
Jake Arrieta 8/16/2013 CHC STL 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0
Jose Fernandez 8/2/2013 MIA CLE 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0
Mike Minor 7/31/2013 ATL COL 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0
Wade Miley 7/6/2013 ARI COL 1 3 0 1 3 1 0 0
Matt Harvey 6/23/2013 NYM PHI 0 3 1 1 1 1 0 0
R.A. Dickey 6/5/2013 TOR SFG 0 4 1 1 1 1 0 0
Travis Wood 5/30/2013 CHC CHW 3 3 1 2 4 0 0 1
Mike Minor 5/25/2013 ATL NYM 0 4 1 2 2 0 0 1
Ryan Vogelsong 5/20/2013 SFG WSN 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0
Adam Wainwright 4/13/2013 STL MIL 0 3 1 3 2 0 0 0
Barry Zito 4/10/2013 SFG COL 0 3 2 2 1 0 0 0
Jake Westbrook 4/10/2013 STL CIN 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0
Gio Gonzalez 4/3/2013 WSN MIA 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 1
Madison Bumgarner 4/2/2013 SFG LAD 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0
Clayton Kershaw 4/1/2013 LAD SFG 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 1
Edit: All 20 AL Superwins since interleague play began in 1997, including the amazing Chad Durbin who did it in relief (but got the save, not the win, since the Tigers were already winning when he came in), and the amazinger Felix Hernandez, who did it twice:
Player Date Tm Opp RA PA AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR
Ricky Romero 6/26/2011 TOR STL 0 4 4 0 1 2 0 0 0
Felix Hernandez 6/23/2008 SEA NYM 2 2 1 1 1 4 0 0 1
Mike Mussina 6/13/1999 BAL ATL 1 5 5 1 2 3 1 0 0
Max Scherzer 8/24/2013 DET NYM 0 3 3 0 1 1 1 0 0
R.A. Dickey 6/5/2013 TOR SFG 0 4 4 1 1 1 1 0 0
Felix Hernandez 6/23/2012 SEA SDP 1 3 3 0 1 2 1 0 0
Colby Lewis 5/20/2012 TEX HOU 1 4 4 0 2 2 0 0 0
Jake Peavy 5/20/2012 CHW CHC 0 3 3 1 0 1 0 0 0
James Shields 5/22/2011 TBR FLA 0 4 4 0 0 1 0 0 0
Rick Porcello 6/12/2009 DET PIT 1 3 3 0 2 2 0 0 0
Chad Durbin 6/24/2007 DET ATL 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
Josh Beckett 6/19/2007 BOS ATL 0 3 3 1 1 1 1 0 0
Jaret Wright 6/21/2006 NYY PHI 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0
Jon Garland 6/18/2006 CHW CIN 1 4 2 2 1 2 0 0 1
Jarrod Washburn 6/25/2004 ANA LAD 0 4 3 0 1 1 0 0 0
Kelvim Escobar 6/8/2003 TOR CIN 0 4 4 1 1 1 0 0 0
Joel Pineiro 6/18/2002 SEA CIN 1 3 3 0 1 2 0 0 0
Juan Guzman 6/12/1999 BAL ATL 0 4 4 0 1 1 0 0 0
Dave Burba 6/7/1998 CLE CIN 1 3 3 1 1 2 0 0 1
Ken Hill 8/29/1997 ANA SDP 1 3 2 0 1 2 1 0 0
Edit 2: I think I found my favorite Superwin, which was actually a Supersave. On 7/19/55, the Tigers' Babe Birrer entered the game in the sixth inning with the Tigers winning 5-4. He then proceeded to hit TWO three-run homers (AS A RELIEF PITCHER), and got a six-RBI, four-inning save as the Tigers won 12-4.
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2013.08.21 18:45 RedSoxGameday Game Thread: 8/21 Red Sox (74-54) @ Giants (56-69) 3:45 PM ET

First Pitch: 3:45 PM ET at AT&T Park
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Red Sox Felix Doubront (8-6, 3.95 ERA) MLBN, NESN, MLBN WEEI 93.7, WUFC 1510
Giants Barry Zito (4-8, 5.34 ERA) CSN-BA, MLBN, MLBN KNBR 680, KTRB 860
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Box Score - Final

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
BOS 0 2 3 1 0 0 5 1 0 12 12 0
SF 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 2


Torres, A CF 4 0 1 0 0 0 .250
Scutaro 2B 3 0 0 0 1 0 .297
Belt 1B 4 0 0 0 0 1 .273
Posey C 3 0 1 0 0 0 .303
Sanchez, H C 1 0 0 0 0 0 .237
Pence RF 3 0 0 0 0 2 .278
Arias 3B 3 1 2 1 0 0 .288
Kieschnick LF 3 0 0 0 0 0 .268
Crawford, B SS 3 0 1 0 0 0 .270
Zito P 1 0 0 0 0 1 .161
Machi P 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Pill PH 1 0 0 0 0 0 .212
Kickham P 1 0 0 0 0 0 .167
Ellsbury CF 4 2 3 0 0 0 .299
Nava PH-RF 1 1 0 0 0 0 .294
Victorino RF-CF 5 1 3 1 0 1 .290
Pedroia 2B 4 2 2 1 0 0 .294
Bogaerts 3B 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Ortiz, D 1B 3 0 0 0 0 2 .320
Napoli 1B 2 0 0 0 0 1 .244
Gomes, J LF 4 1 1 2 1 3 .236
Saltalamacchia C 4 2 1 2 1 0 .272
Drew SS 5 1 1 3 0 0 .246
Middlebrooks 3B-2B 3 2 1 2 1 0 .228
Doubront P 3 0 0 0 0 1 .000
Uehara P 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Zito 3.2 7 6 6 2 3 85-50 5.63
Machi 1.1 0 0 0 0 2 15-11 3.22
Kickham 4.0 5 6 5 1 3 68-43 10.72
Doubront 8.0 5 1 1 1 3 114-68 3.79
Uehara 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 6-6 1.27

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
T2 Will Middlebrooks homers (11) on a line drive to left field. Jarrod Saltalamacchia scores. 0-2
B2 Joaquin Arias homers (1) on a fly ball to left field. 1-2
T3 Dustin Pedroia doubles (29) on a ground ball to left fielder Roger Kieschnick. Jacoby Ellsbury scores. Shane Victorino to 3rd. 1-3
T3 Jonny Gomes singles on a soft line drive to left fielder Roger Kieschnick. Shane Victorino scores. Dustin Pedroia scores. 1-5
T4 Shane Victorino doubles (21) on a soft fly ball to right fielder Hunter Pence. Will Middlebrooks scores. 1-6
T7 Jarrod Saltalamacchia singles on a ground ball to right fielder Hunter Pence. Jacoby Ellsbury scores. Dustin Pedroia scores. Jonny Gomes to 2nd. 1-8
T7 Stephen Drew homers (10) on a fly ball to right field. Jonny Gomes scores. Jarrod Saltalamacchia scores. 1-11
T8 Xander Bogaerts reaches on a force attempt, throwing error by pitcher Mike Kickham. Daniel Nava scores. Shane Victorino to 3rd. 1-12
Updated at 6:57 PM Eastern.

Tracker Game Graph
Game Notes Red Sox Giants
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2013.06.18 21:25 jonathan22tu 132+ Teams in 132+ Days: USC Trojans

University of Southern California (USC) Pacific-12 Conference
Year Founded: 1880
Location: Los Angeles, California
Total Attendance: 38,010 (approx. 17,000 undergrad and 21,000 grad)
Nickname: Trojans
So why name your team after glorious warriors who were defeated in battle? It makes sense if you put USC into the historical context of the region: modern California first developed around the Bay Area. When USC was founded in 1880, LA was a backwater with a population of 20,000. For some perspective, here's a rare aerial balloon photo of LA from 1887 (north is roughly to the left); USC was founded on the southern edge of (town off the photo to the right) next to a fair ground called “Agricultural Park” (now Exposition Park). Meanwhile, despite being founded 8 years after USC, Stanford jumped ahead in every category because it was closer to the wealth and population. This gap translated into sports: although USC established itself as the most respectable regional program in contests between Oxy, Pomona, Whittier, Caltech and Loyola, it would routinely get crushed by Stanford and Cal.
During those early years the school had unofficial names like the Fighting Methodists or Wesleyans (which is odd because the school was never particularly religious and dropped it altogether not long into its history, more on that later). Finally, in 1912 (during a stretch where all California schools dropped football for rugby), a reporter assigned to cover an intercollegiate track meet noted that the USC players were competing hard despite an obvious lack of financial resources in a noble battle for the sake of sport. He said they “fought like Trojans.” The name quickly stuck. Soon afterward, Los Angeles and USC quickly grew up in size and relative power, and the Bay Area and their schools continue to hate both to this day. As Beano Cook once put it: Stanford and Cal want to beat each other, but they hate USC. Interestingly, the feeling isn't mutual. If you want to understand LA, the Big Lebowski and LA Story captured the blase feeling about anything... Dude, let's go bowling.
Official: Traveler – USC's mascot is actually the white horse... a Trojan horse, if you will, named after Robert E. Lee's trusty steed that rides around the stadium pregame and after touchdowns. Before the track was removed from the LA Coliseum, Traveler would gallop around the track. When Al Davis had the stadium renovated into something more NFL-friendly, they removed the track causing Traveler to run along a much more crowded sideline. Honestly_ was at the 2000 game where that galloping tradition ended as Traveler knocked down a totally unwitting guy on the sideline (the guy was okay). Now the horse has spotters who run ahead of him and clear a path, but it's still not quite as majestic as it used to be.
But Traveler was only the mascot since 1961... what was the USC mascot before that? A dog. But not just any dog: George Tirebiter. In the 1940s, students noticed a mangy stray chasing cars on a street through campus. They adopted it and the student body made it a mascot. Despite a penchant for biting tires, opposing mascots and a few people, folks were willing to look past his faults. He was even dognapped and drugged a few times by UCLA students. Alas, Tirebiter I got even more ferocious over time so he was forcibly retired, only to die a year later doing what he loved the most—chasing cars (such is the life of a true hunter).
"QamvIS Hegh qaq law' torvIS yIn qaq puS!"
He was followed by several other Tirebiters until the school went with the horse. Still, despite his 50+ year absence, he remains an icon at USC, and his cool statue, complete with a stack of tires, has a prominent spot on campus, on the same street he used to chase cars (which is now pedestrian-only).
Unofficial: Tommy Trojan, as represented by the Trojan Shrine at the heart of campus. The statue is the campus icon. Just don't try to pose like him: he's impossibly flexing every muscle in his body at once. Due to Bruin scheming, Tommy is usually mummified in duct tape during UCLA week, but occasionally they strike during off weeks. Meanwhile, the band's drum major is also decked out in an elaborate uniform and conducts the band with a sword. He plants his sword at the center of the field before every game, to the roar of the crowd.
Cheerleaders USC Song Girls!!! USC doesn't have cheerleaders, we have a dance squad. Here are the 2012 photos from their famed, annual summer Tahoe adventure. Because what's better than a Song Girl? A wet Song Girl. Meanwhile: we used to also have the all-male Yell Leaders (super-preppy guys that could walk on their hands), but they were phased out for a generic co-ed “Spirit Leaders” that deserve no further mention.
Band: The Spirit Of Troy, aka The Trojan Marching Band, aka "The Greatest Marching Band In The History Of The Universe". A contingent of the band has performed at every USC football game, home and away, since 1987, and the entire band always travels to South Bend for Notre Dame. This is Hollywood's college band, having appeared in a variety of shows and movies, ranging from the Naked Gun, to playing Alabama's band in Forrest Gump, to Glee. The band has played multiple Academy Awards (my favorite was “Blame Canada” in 2000), multiple Grammys (with Outkast and Radiohead), on American Idol, at Coachella and travels internationally every other year. The band famously had a platinum record in 1979 when Fleetwood Mac asked them to perform and record Tusk (official music video); it went platinum again in a later, live recording also with the USC band. They also make up the house band for the Lakers thanks to late-alum/owner Jerry Buss.
Fight Song: Fight On. If you play us, you'll hear it... a lot. The lyrics and tune are catchy, and it was used by American soldiers during the Pacific Theater of WWII.
We're also known by our opponents for Tribute to Troy, better known as “This is the only song we know!” (fans love it). I think the best way to hear the fight song and the almost Ben Hur-like sound of our band is to hear it as they play it at the beginning of every football game: combined as Fanfare, Tribute To Troy, and Fight On. Fanfare makes you want to grab a sword and charge.
We have two other signature songs that deserve mention: Conquest was actually written as the main theme of the 1947 epic film the Captain from Castile, for which the score was nominated for an Academy Award. During the pauses at the beginning of the song the fans all yell “Beat... the [opposing team's nickname]!” and start imitating the trumpets at the end. The other is Tusk, which was originally created and performed by Fleetwood Mac and the USC band for the eponymous album. It's best known for the chant “U-C-L-A SUCKS!” Part of the reason is while the UCLA fight song Sons of Westwood actually mentions USC, our fight song was written before they were relevant at sports so Tusk filled the gap.
First Season: 1888
Stadium: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (93,607 capacity): The only stadium to host a combined: 2 Olympiads ('32 & '84), Super Bowl, World Series, Democratic Convention (Kennedy accepted the nomination here), Papal Visit, porn movie(s?), Hollywood movies, numerous GameDay and All State commercials, monster truck rallies, X-Games, international FIFA exhibition games not involving the US (hey, it's LA!), and much, much more. The Olympic cauldron/torch is lit at the beginning of the fourth quarter at all USC games.
Stadium Location: Los Angeles, California, right across the street from campus in Exposition Park. Now you can understand how odd it was when UCLA had it as their home stadium. The stadium is technically a public building, and until very recently was directly managed by the Coliseum Commission, made up of an even split of City/County/State appointees. After years of bungling, corruption (cough-cough, Bernard Parks), and delayed renovation in hopes of luring a new NFL team to do it all for them, USC lawyers skillfully wrested the Master Lease away from the Commission and into the hands of the university. Improvements are coming. Exposition Park also has a lot of cool museums and the popular rose garden. The neighboring Sports Arena used to be the home of the Lakers, Clippers, Kings, and USC arena sports until everyone moved out--USC now plays out of the Galen Center (most recently seen as the site of Microsoft's infamous E3 conference).
All-time Record: 779-313-54 (.703)
Conference Championships: 38
Bowl Games: 31-16 (24-9 Rose Bowl record)
National Titles (11 claimed): 1928, 1931, 1932, 1939, 1962, 1967, 1972, 1974, 1978, 2003, 2004*
*BCS and FWAA titles vacated; sorry Auburn, we kept the AP trophy
Notre Dame – USC's greatest rival, most respected foe, historical brother-in-arms, yada yada yada. The entire nation gets shovelfuls of this stuff every odd October and even November... and USC fans love it. This really is an amazing rivalry, one that makes little geographic sense but has produced more national titles, Heisman winners and illegal forward motion assists than any other. Notre Dame leads the series 44-34, with the longest non-losing streak in the rivalry (13-0-1 between 1983-96). The Trojans are currently on a one game losing streak to the Irish. The winner of this game gets the Jeweled Shillelagh, which kind of looks like a knotted emerald and ruby penis (they're actually on the second trophy after the first filled). Little known fact: Brent Musburger has twice collapsed from a priapism (1999, 2005) while calling this game, and each stadium's press box has since been retrofitted with blood pumps to make sure the flow from the venerated announcer's brain to his nethers is even and uninterrupted.
UCLA – The largest intra-city FBS rivalry, the intensity of this match-up is somewhat mitigated by everyone having to constantly text each other to see which freeway to take to the game. Separated by a mere 11 miles and a solid hour of traffic, these two schools embody everything you could ask for in a dichotomy: private vs. public, rich vs. slightly less rich (you may be surprised which is which), red vs. blue, one is good at football and one is UCLA, etc. The Bruins enjoyed national and local relevance under Terry Donahue (1975-96) and Bob Toledo (1996-2002) as well as an eight game winning streak vs. the Trojans during the nineties, but USC leads the series 46-29-7. After two tumultuous coaching changes UCLA is currently enjoying a one game winning streak over USC under new coach Jim Mora. The two school shared the same home stadium until 1983, when UCLA moved to the Rose Bowl which is even farther away from its campus (USC remains closer to both stadiums). The winner of this match up gets the Victory Bell, which gets gonged obnoxiously and joyously by the victor during the rivalry game before it's rolled away into fratish secrecy. Both programs have recently agreed to a return to pre-1983 tradition by wearing their home colors for the annual tilt, making this the handsomest non-Saban rivalry in the nation. The rivalry extends to all sports, and even non-sports.
Stanford – Unbeknownst to the rest of the nation but knownst to both the current generation of Trojans and anyone who lived prior to 2002, this is an ugly, bitter hatred. Stanford is USC's oldest rival and, during the early and middle parts of the twentieth century, enjoyed regional and national success that pitted it against the West Coast's premier power in USC. That rivalry was renewed with 2007's epic upset at the hands of Jim Harbaugh's Cardinal, somehow using a quarterback named Tavita Pritchard – who is not a lesbian ceramics professor – to defeat a Trojans squad that was favored by 837 points. Harbaugh would go on to hand USC it's worse loss in 43 years by going for two in a 55-21 beatdown. Stanford has won the last five of six against USC, two of them in memorably late fashion. The two bands genuinely hate each other. The victor of this rivalry receives Smugness +1.
[“The Weekender”, takes places each year when USC plays Stanford or Cal up north, and includes a major rally in Union Square in downtown San Francisco. Alumni in the Bay Area are joined by throngs of SoCal fans and students who make the trip up. This tradition between the three schools (plus UCLA) is what allowed the schools to lobby and stay in the permanent yearly rotation despite being in different divisions... again, where there's a will, there's a way when it comes to scheduling your rivals]
Cal – The Bears enjoyed a mid-2000s renaissance, nearly winning the Pac-10, a berth to the Rose Bowl and a national title appearance like, 17 times, but stupid Texas something something. No, seriously, there was a rivalry here under since departed Jeff Tedford, with Cal playing USC nail bitingly close in a four year span with national implications in each game, the highlight of which was the 23-19 USC win on their way to the 2004 national title. The intensity of this rivalry was rekindled after the Trojans' 2003 triple overtime loss in Strawberry Canyon, Cal's last win in the series. This is an old match up dating back to 1915, but it is thoroughly lopsided with USC leading the series 64-29-5. Although it's not really relevant here's Marshawn Lynch riding a cart.
2012 Season, aka The Horror
Record: 7-6 (21-7 loss to Georgia Tech in 2012 Sun Bowl)
Coach: Lane Kiffin
“Look, Brohams, I know how last season looked but just don't fucking start with me, m'kay?”
2012 Roster
Key Players:
  • Matt Barkley (Sr. QB) - In many ways, Barkley did more for USC than any other quarterback in the school's long history. He holds the USC and Pac-12 career records for touchdowns (116 passing, 122 total), passing yards (12,237), completions (1,001), attempts (1,562) and total offense (12,214). He has beautiful golden hair and does charity work because he's a good person and could totally boff your sister but wouldn't because he's a gentleman, and also his AMAs are pretty good. And although he never won a Heisman or a national championship you'd be hard pressed to find a USC fan who didn't hold Barkley in the highest regard. As a true freshman starter he helmed the Trojans through a shocking change from Pete Carroll to Kiffin, providing hope and oddly humorous immobility within the pocket during a tenure of pre-sanctions uncertainty and then terrible, soul destroying certainty. Barkley turned down a probable first round draft selection to return for his senior season in anticipation of a special campaign, which was special but not in that kind of way. Although we are all regretful he didn't get the pay day he deserved, Barkley is probably too busy smiling at a sunflower to care.
  • Matt Barkley's Shoulder (RS Sr.) - Though the season didn't rest entirely on MB7's Shoulder, in the end it was The Shoulder that decided the season. A disastrous campaign could have been salvaged with season ending wins against UCLA and Notre Dame, continuing a winning streak and knocking the Irish out of the title game, respectively. Instead we got an unceremonious and frankly horrifying look at the future as RS Fr. QB Max Wittek took the stage and quickly took a big fat dump, followed by an even bigger, fatter dump. Little did we know that it was The Shoulder that wielded the Toilet Paper, and for four wonderful years we were protected by His Throwing Arm Mandate. But now The Shoulder is gone, and with it the Bum Wad. Please ignore any confusing metaphors.
  • Marqise Lee (So. WR) - He was not the most heralded. He was, in fact, the least heralded of a remarkable group of Gardena Serra HS wide receivers recruited to USC starting in 2010. Now Lee has shattered the single season Pac-12 receiving record with his 1,721 yards in 2012 winning him the Belitnikoff Award. Lane Kiffin designed every manner of screen imaginable to get his star receiver the ball and probably would have had Lee hike the ball to himself if it were legal. Lee will enter the 2013 season as the face of the team and on a short list of "most dynamic" players in the nation, which is to say he'll be a Heisman hopeful until they give it to a QB or RB. But that new award for Most Similar To A Cyborg Gazelle? Lee's going to win that.
  • Robert Woods (Jr. WR) - In many way Woods is the perfect symbol of the 2012 season. A consensus All-American in 2011 with a conference record 111 receptions for 15 touchdowns and 1,292 yards, he was on the short list for the Belitnikoff and everyone's preseason All-America. He finished 2012 with 76 receptions for 11 touchdowns and 846 yards, good for second team Pac-12. It was an otherwise good year but fell far short of expectations, prompting Woods to declare early for the NFL draft. When asked how much Lee's ascent factored into his decision, Woods said "Not much. I mean if the coaches wanted to keep me another year they would have probably got me the ball..." His comments echoed fans' misgivings over Kiffin's play calling and proved to be a fitting and sad coda for what was widely believed to be the start of one of the greatest offensive careers in USC history.
Biggest Plays:
2013 Season
2013 Schedule
Thanks to the @Hawaii rule, we have 13 regular season games with a potential total of 15 games if we win the Southern Division and are bowl eligible. As per tradition: No FCS, ever.
Aug. 29 at Hawai'i
Sept. 7 Washington State*
Sept. 14 Boston College
Sept. 21 Utah State
Sept. 28 at Arizona State*
Oct. 5 Bye Week boo NCAA!
Oct. 10 Arizona* (Thurs)
Oct. 19 at Notre Dame*
Oct. 26 Utah*
Nov. 1 at Oregon State* (Fri)
Nov. 9 at California* (The Weekender)
Nov. 16 Stanford*
Nov. 23 at Colorado*
Nov. 30 UCLA*
*Pac-12 contest
2013 Roster
The Greats
Greatest Games:
  • 1967 vs. #1 UCLA, "The Game Of The Century" - Gary Beban won the Heisman despite one of the most famous runs in college football history as OJ Simpson and the Trojans beat their city rivals 21-20 to gain a berth to the Rose Bowl and an eventual national championship. Simpson wins the Heisman the following year.
  • 1970 vs. #16 Alabama - Trojan FB Sam "Bam" Cunningham ran for 135 yards and two touchdowns to lead USC past an all-white Alabama team in Birmingham. All six USC touchdowns were scored by African-American players. Bear Bryant had previously flown to LAX to briefly meet with John McKay and secure the game. The Bear knew what he wanted and the loss reportedly gave him the ammunition to speed up the full integration of his team, leading to the slightly overwrought, possibly mythical quote: "Sam Cunningham did more to integrate Alabama in 60 minutes than Martin Luther King did in 20 years."
  • 1974 vs. #5 Notre Dame, "The Comeback" - Down 24 points to Notre Dame, Anthony "Irish Killer" Davis caught a touchdown pass from current AD Pat Haden with ten seconds left in the first half to make the score 24-6. Davis took the second half kickoff and raced to a touchdown, setting off a barrage of 55 unanswered points as USC defeated Notre Dame 55-24 in one of the wildest games in the history of the Coliseum. Bring up this game if you know an Irish fan older than fifty. With Traveler galloping around the track for seemingly the entire second half, Keith Jackson commented: "I'll tell you one thing that game did: It made Ara Parseghian hate all white horses."
  • 2005 vs. #9 Notre Dame, "The Bush Push Game" - Billed as The Greatest Team Ever In The History Of Adverbs by ESPN, the Trojans entered South Bend faced with Charlie And The Touchdown Factory (self-dubbed) and his green jerseys. Trailing 31-28, USC was faced with a 4th-and-9 from its own 26 with 1:32 remaining. USC QB Matt Leinart audibled to WR Dwayne Jarrett for a 61-yard fade. A few plays later Leinart ran out of bounds as the time ticked off to zero and the fans stormed the field, only to be brought back as officials put seven seconds back on the clock. Carroll was shown on national television signalling for the spike as Leinart snapped the ball on a QB sneak. Made entirely of elbows and well sculpted hair, he was stopped short by the Irish defensive front only to be pushed into the endzone by Reggie Bush in what was later declared an illegal maneuver. An entire nation laughed, threw up in their mouths a little and prepared for another week of ESPN fawning.
  • 2006 Rose Bowl vs. #2 Texas - In perhaps the greatest game ever played and certainly one of the most memorable national championships, Vince Young and the Longhorns prevailed 41-38 over #1 USC in a contest that saw multiple lead changes, several controversial referee decisions and a spirit devouring 4th-and-2 defensive stand by Texas to give them an opportunity to win the game, allowing Vince Young to lope past USC's secondary with 17 seconds left. The teams entered the game as season long #1 and #2, and Young's performance is the greatest bowl game effort in the history of history. Joke's on Texas though because that game doesn't count.
Greatest Plays:
  • OJ's 64-yard run, see above
  • Haden-to-Diggs - QB Pat Haden completes a two point conversion to WR Shelton Diggs to beat Ohio State 18-17 in the 1975 Rose Bowl to win a share of the national championship.
  • Antuan Simmons' between the legs interception return - This high steppin' SOB somehow managed to pick off UCLA's Cory Paus in the first quarter of a game USC needed to win to qualify for a bowl game in Carroll's first year. The return of the Trojans' swagger after a long and depressing absence.
  • Leinart's reverse TD seals USC's first title in a quarter of a century:
  • USC scores 28 points on 8 plays for 246 yards in 1:28 - The epitome of the best offense in USC history, the Trojans ended its game vs. Arkansas in the first quarter. “Curses!”
  • The Bush Push, see above
Greatest Players: 80 consensus All-Americans; 38 people in the College Football HOF; 475 NFL Draft picks; and a couple of football players who won Academy Awards. There are a lot of people to pick from.
  • RB Mike Garrett (1965 Heisman)
  • RB OJ Simpson (1968 Heisman) – hey, he went crazy long after he left campus.
  • RB Charles White (1979 Heisman)
  • RB Marcus Allen (1981 Heisman)
  • QB Carson Palmer (2002 Heisman)
  • QB Matt Leinart (2004 Heisman)
  • RB Reggie Bush (2005 Heisman, since vacated) ಠ_ಠ
"Vacated--what does that mean, Heisie?"
"It means he didn't fucking listen to me, Johnny. I told him: pay off that criminal asshole to shut up, but he's like 'oh, people will disrespect me' and I told him 'you idiot you're a top-3 NFL Draft Pick, ain't no one gonna care' but he was too busy shagging a Kardashian to listen to sense."
"Wait... I can bang a Kardashian with one of these?"
"Argh! ^ ...just remember to wear a rubber this time, Johnny.
  • DB Ronnie Lott
  • OL Anthony Munoz
  • WR Lynn Swann
  • OL Bruce Matthews (you might have heard of his nephew, Clay)
  • DB Troy Polamalu
  • LB Junior Seau
Greatest Coaches:
  • Howard Jones (1925–1940) – 1928, 1931, 1932 and 1939 national titles, 121–36–13 overall. Jones put USC football on the national map. The Notre Dame rivalry started under his watch as his “Thundering Herd” squads smashed through schedules. He was known for being non-nonsense, and even bland, as he lived and breathed football. He died suddenly of a heart attack at age 55—who knows what he could've accomplished had that not happened.
  • John McKay (1960-1975) - 1962, 1967, 1972 and 1974 national titles, 127-40-8 overall record. Unlike Jones, McKay was witty off the field and known for his quotes. Following the 51–0 loss to Notre Dame in 1966, "I told my team it doesn't matter. There are 750 million people in China who don't even know this game was played. The next day, a guy called me from China and asked, 'What happened, Coach?'" Following a game in 1967 in which OJ Simpson carried 30 times, McKay was asked "Why are you giving the ball to Simpson so often?" He replied, "Why not? It's not heavy, and he doesn't belong to a union."
  • Pete Carroll (2000-09) - 2003 and 2004 national titles, 97-19 overall record. Carroll was notably USC's fourth choice for the position after Mike Bellotti, Dennis Erickson, and Mike Riley all turned it down. Why? Because the pressure to succeed at moribund USC was so intense that it seemed like a no-win situation. Yet Carroll proved it could be done. His run at USC was nothing short of tremendous: the energy, passion, humor, etc. Here is the best article ever written about his tenure. It's hard to believe Carroll or anyone thought USC was going to get hit with the sheer force the NCAA opted to use. He always had an eye on the NFL, because his life was about “win forever” and after failing twice there was no way he wasn't going to take another swipe at the The League, but more on his own terms. He has seriously beautiful hair.
  • The Victory Sign. USC fans love to give the V-symbol and pump their arms from the elbow.
  • "Fight On!" is a battle cry among Trojans, written and spoken everywhere.
  • No Names: USC players have never worn names on their jerseys. Those non alum a-holes wearing the fake #32 jerseys with "Simpson" on the back? We hate them too.
  • Band concerts: The band plays a free concert before the game (at away games it's sometimes only allowed at the private alumni gathering). On campus it's done in front of our main auditorium and the band then leads the march to the Coliseum. After the game the band plays a post-game concert in the stadium, including opposing stadiums. If it isn't clear already, being in the USC band isn't a bad thing.
  • Kicking the flagpoles: At the edge of campus, right before we cross the street to Expo Park, there are three flagpoles. Fans kick the bases for luck as they march by.
  • 55: Traditionally given to only the most deserving linebacker, and sometimes not handed out at all. Famous #55s include Willie McGinest and Junior Seau.

  • SoCal Spellout: A raucous chant that is getting harder and harder to understand because everyone gets so excited yelling it. S-O-U-T-H-E-R-N... C-A-L-I-F-O-R-N-I-A... SouTHERN... Califoooooooornia!
  • 4th quarter lighting of the torch: Before the start of the 4th quarter of every USC home game, the Olympic Torch above the Peristyle end of the Coliseum is lit.
  • Tailback U: The Trojans have been known as Tailback U after featuring five Heisman Trophy winners at the position in addition to numerous All-Americans.
Campus and Surrounding Area
City Population: 3,857,799 in the city limits, but they're weird and relatively small borders, the metro is 12,828,837.
City Skyline
Iconic Campus Building:
Local Dining:
Where to begin, where to begin... this list will include the good options next to campus and some USC-friendly spots in LA.
  • Tommy's (Wikipedia article): The original location of local chain Original Tommy's isn't near campus but is a classic among Trojans. Chili Burgers and Chili Fries. There are no seats, just tables you can stand at with plenty of paper towels. It's open 24 hours, so the original shack has no doors or windows. They bought the entire block so they can move work to another kitchen in the neighboring building whenever one or the other needs to be cleaned. They also bought the lots across the street for more parking. This is a place where they say you will rub elbows with everyone from politicians to prisoners... and over the years I did. If you go, order a Chili Cheese Fries, it's heaven.
  • 901 Bar & Grill (website): The “Nine-O” is the USC neighborhood bar. Why go to th...wha...what were we talking about?
  • Chano's (website): Right by campus, Chano's has been a go-to spot for all sorts of great, greasy Mexican food sold at the counter or drive-through. All the seating is outside.
  • Philippe's (Wikipedia article): Inventor of the French Dip sandwich. Popular with USC fans and Dodger fans. Again, not near campus but heavily associated. Get a French Dip, double dipped, with their home made coleslaw (request it wet). The apple pie is solid. The mustard is kick-ass strong, but good on the sandwich.
  • El Cholo (website): This authentic Mexican restaurant opened in 1923 next to the Coliseum, but then moved to Western Blvd (again, a drive); but it has deep roots with USC and used to offer a discount for students on weekdays. The food and margaritas here are dynamite.
  • La Barca: Another popular Mexican restaurant not too far from campus. Has a very popular happy hour.
  • Bacon-wrapped hot dog carts: While Roy Choi's Kogi trucks are widely regarded as the grandfathers of the food truck revolution that has taken the falafel you never ate and turned it into the organic kimchee falafel with avocado crema you are definitely now not eating, we know the truth. Before and after every game at the Coliseum roving bands of Hispanic owned carts – literally shopping carts jury rigged with sterno cans and baking sheets serving as flat top – supply a heavily drunken populace with the sweet, poop-inducing ambroisia of the Gods: the bacon wrapped hot dog covered in onions, mayo and, if you're lucky, some kind of spice out of a nondescript can. The police shut down as many as they can but, like the American spirit glorious and free, the bacon dog cart will never die. Unless somebody gets botulism or salmonella, in which case we'll die. But not the carts.
Random Trivia
  • Trojan athletes have won 287 medals at the Olympic games (135 golds, 87 silvers and 65 bronzes), more than any other university. If USC were a country, it would rank 12th in most Olympic gold medals (and that includes the Winter Games, which we barely participate in). USC led the number of medals and golds in the 2012 Olympics among schools as well.
  • USC leads the total number of NFL Draft picks with 479; rival Notre Dame is a very close second
  • USC has a winning record against all other members of the Pac-12.
  • Female USC teams are called the Women of Troy. The two most famous are basketball greats Cheryl Miller and Lisa Leslie.
  • USC has won 120 team national championships, 98 of which are NCAA National Championships. Our men's teams are the most dominant: with the highest number of men's titles of any schools and 303 individual NCAA men's titles. Of those teams, 26 championships in track and field, 19 in tennis, 12 in baseball, 9 in swimming and diving, 7 in water polo.
  • USC's first All-American (1925), Brice Taylor, earned the accolades despite not having a left hand. He was later the head coach of the Southern from 1928 to 1931, and was instrumental in starting would become the Bayou Classic against rival Grambling.
  • The Super Fan: Although every school has their fan who has a streak of games, none anywhere come close to Giles Pellerin, who attended 797 consecutive USC football games home and away (including Tokyo) over a period of 73 years until his death at age 91. , He saw the Trojans go 532-225-40, win nine national championships, and play under ten different head coaches. He died in the same place he watched his first game: the Rose Bowl.
  • USC has the world's best film school, established in 1929 with the MPAA. The admissions rate for the school hovers under 5%. Since 1973, at least one alumnus of the school has been nominated for an Academy Award annually, totaling 256 nominations and 78 wins. Also since 1973, at least one alum has been nominated for the Emmy Award annually, totalling 473 nominations and 119 wins. The top 17 grossing films of all time have had an SCA graduate in a key creative position. Steven Spielberg has donated a ton of money and he was denied admission twice. George Lucas donated $175m to the school in 2006, leading to a new complex that replaced the old one which was anchored by... the Lucas Building. USC student films have won the Palme d’Or and Academy Awards. The faculty is similarly well regarded.
  • USC has the most International Students of any American university. USC maintains offices in Brazil, China (Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong), India, Korea, Mexico, and Taiwan.
  • Famous Trojans, in addition to OJ and Reggie (and leaving out football and the film school) include: John Wayne, Frank Gehry, Will Ferrell, America Ferrera, Darryl Hannah, Tom Selleck, Forest Whittaker, Dr. Drew Pinsky, John Ridder, LeVar Burton, Dexter Holland, Mark McGrath, Marilyn Horne, Macy Gray, DeMar DeRozan, Brian Scalabrine, Tex Winter, Paul Westphal, Mark Prior, Barry Zito, Randy Johnson, Mark McGwire, Jerry Buss, Salvatore Ferragamo, 16 astronauts, two Japanese Prime Ministers, two Jordanian Prime Ministers, the current President of Egypt, a South Korean prime minister, and the guy who founded Wham-O.
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2013.06.05 20:17 BlueJaysBaseball Game Thread: June 5, Toronto Blue Jays @ San Francisco Giants

Toronto Blue Jays (24-34) @ San Francisco Giants (31-27)

Game Time: 3:45 pm EDT
Thread creator: missspiritualtramp

Probable Starters

Toronto: RHP R.A. Dickey (4-7, 5.18)
San Francisco: LHP Barry Zito (4-3, 3.88)

Team Leaders

Category Toronto San Diego
Average Cabrera, .284 Scutaro, .327
HR Encarnacion, 17 Pence, 9
RBI Encarnacion, 48 Sandoval, 37
WHIP Janssen, 0.61 Romo, 0.90
ERA Cecil, 1.78 Lopez, 1.80

Season Series

Toronto 2, San Francisco 1
Date Result
May 14 Toronto 10, San Francisco 6
May 15 Toronto 11, San Francisco 3
June 4 Toronto 1, San Francisco 2


Blue Jays
  1. LF Melky Cabrera
  2. RF Jose Bautista
  3. 3B Edwin Encarnacion
  4. 2B Mark DeRosa
  5. 1B Adam Lind
  6. SS Maicer Izturis
  7. CF Colby Rasmus
  8. C Henry Blanco
  9. P R.A. Dickey
  1. CF Gregor Blanco
  2. 2B Marco Scutaro
  3. 3B Pablo Sandoval
  4. C Buster Posey
  5. RF Hunter Pence
  6. 1B Brandon Belt
  7. LF Andres Torres
  8. SS Brandon Crawford
  9. P Barry Zito


San Francisco:


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2012.05.07 06:14 Ctrl-F-Guy Draft Analysis: Top 200 Players

So, I went ahead and did a little analysis of the top 200 players year to date in the system (top 100 hitters + top 100 pitchers). Specifically, I was looking for any player who is vastly outperforming their draft spot. In particular, the player has to have been drafted in the 7th round or later (even higher threshold as I got close to #100).
Best Draft Choices, Top 100 Hitters:
Edwin Encarnacion: 3rd overall, 117.5 pts, 7th round (Phillies)
Rafael Furcal: 14th overall, 98 pts, 7th round (Twins)
Jose Altuve: 18th overall, 94.5 pts, 7th round (Rockies)
Mike Aviles: 24th overall, 91.5 pts, 9th round (Reds)
Chase Headley: 30th overall, 87 pts, 7th round (Nationals)
Alejandro De Aza: 33rd overall, 86 pts, 7th round (Angels)
Bryan LaHair: 34th overall, 86 pts, 12th round (Blue Jays)
Carlos Ruiz: 39th overall, 84 pts, 10th round (Phillies)
Todd Helton: 47th overall, 81.5 pts, 12th round (Rangers)
Josh Willingham: 50th overall, 81.5 pts, 9th round (Mets)
Chris Davis: 56th overall, 79.5 pts, 9th round (Rangers)
Cody Ross: 63rd overall, 76.5 pts, 12th round (Mariners)
Josh Reddick: 71st overall, 74.5 pts, 9th round (Rays)
A.J. Pierzynski: 72nd overall, 74 pts, 9th round (Red Sox)
Kyle Seager: 79th overall, 72.5 pts, 12th round (Indians)
Jordan Schafer: 82nd overall, 72 pts, 13th round (Red Sox)
Chris Johnson: 90th overall, 70 pts, 21st round (White Sox)
Gerardo Parra: 91st overall, 69.5 pts, 13th round (Rockies)
Pedro Alvarez: 94th overall, 68 pts, 10th round (Giants)
Travis Hafner: 99th overall, 67 pts, 13th round (Cubs)
Best Draft Choices, Top 100 Pitchers
Jake Peavy: 3rd overall, 136 pts, 10th round (White Sox)
Jason Hammel: 7th overall, 115 pts, 13th round (Nationals)
Lance Lynn: 9th overall, 111.5 pts, 20th round (Giants)
Chris Capuano: 12th overall, 103 pts, 11th round (Yankees)
Joe Saunders: 14th overall, 99.5 pts, 12th round (Pirates)
Kyle Lohse: 15th overall, 99 pts, 10th round (Astros)
Bartolo Colon: 20th overall, 95.5 pts, 10th round (Royals)
Jason Vargas: 24th overall, 92.5 pts, 11th round (Dodgers)
James McDonald: 30th overall, 87 pts, 12th round (Tigers)
Gavin Floyd: 32nd overall, 86 pts, 9th round (Braves)
Chris Sale: 34th overall, 82.5 pts, 8th round (Orioles)
Jake Arrieta: 38th overall, 79 pts, 14th round (Brewers)
Ross Detwiler: 39th overall, 78.5 pts, 17th round (Nationals)
Fernando Rodney: 40th overall, 78 pts, 19th round (Diamondbacks)
Ted Lilly: 41st overall, 78 pts, 10th round (Reds)
Edinson Volquez: 42nd overall, 77 pts, 9th round (Padres)
Jeff Samardzija: 44th overall, 75.5 pts, Undrafted (Chosen off waivers by Mets)
Jake Westbrook: 45th overall, 75.5 pts, 16th round (Mariners)
Joe Balton: 48th overall, 74 pts, 14th round (Yankees)
Wade Miley: 55th overall, 72 pts, Undrafted (Chosen off waivers by Orioles)
Aroldis Chapman: 57th overall, 70 pts, 9th round (Orioles)
Alexi Ogando: 58th overall, 70 pts, 10th round (Rangers)
Ricky Nolasco: 59th overall, 69.5 pts, 9th round (Tigers)
Erik Bedard: 60th overall, 69 pts, 11th round (White Sox)
Barry Zito: 63rd overall, 66.5 pts, 16th round (Cardinals)
Steve Cishek: 64th overall, 65 pts, 21st round (Padres)
Henderson Alvarez: 65th overall, 65 pts, 10th round (Cubs)
Ryan Cook: 66th overall, 65 pts, Undrafted (Chosen off waivers by Braves)
Anthony Bass: 69th overall, 63.5 pts, Undrafted (Chosen off waivers by Red Sox)
Derek Lowe: 71st overall, 63 pts, 14th round (Orioles)
David Robertson: 72nd overall, 61 pts, 10th round (Mets)
Carlos Zambrano: 73rd overall, 60.5 pts, 11th round (Indians)
Wei-Yin Chen: 74th overall, 59.5 pts, 10th round (Red Sox)
Jim Johnson: 81st overall, 57.5 pts, 14th round (Astros)
Tommy Milone: 82nd overall, 55.5 pts, 16th round (Angels)
Henry Rodriguez: 83rd overall, 55.5 pts, Undrafted (Chosen off waivers by Rockies)
Jerome Williams: 84th overall, 55 pts, 17th round (Diamondbacks)
Pedro Strop: 85th overall, 54.5 pts, Undrafted (Chosen off waivers by Angels)
Bronson Arroyo: 87th overall, 54.5 pts, 13th round (Diamondbacks)
Vinnie Pestano: 88th overall, 54 pts, 15th round (Tigers)
Tim Collins: 91st overall, 53 pts, 19th round (Athletics)
Jeanmar Gomez: 92nd overall, 52.5 pts, Undrafted (Chosen off waivers by Nationals)
Wilton Lopez: 93rd overall, 52 pts, Undrafted (Chosen off waivers by Tigers)
Mitchell Boggs: 94th overall, 51.5 pts, Undrafted (Chosen off waivers by Mariners)
Darren O'Day: 97th overall, 50.5 pts, 19th round (Cubs)
Robbie Ross: 98th overall, 50 pts, Undrafted (Chosen off waivers by Rangers)
Logan Ondrusek: 99th overall, 50 pts, Undrafted (Chosen off waivers by Dodgers)
David Hernandez: 100th overall, 49.5 pts, 14th round (Rockies)
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2012.04.25 05:56 tabledresser [Table] IAmA former visiting clubhouse attendant and right field ball boy for the Major League Baseball team, the Cleveland Indians. AMA.

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What's the pay like? I imagine it's something you do for a year or 2 and then move on, or is that not the case? Has it opened up any doors to a career in baseball/the front office? What did you do for the offseason? Biggest douche? As a Yankee fan I gotta ask, coolest Yankee/worst Yankee? And what's Jeter like? I got paid minimum wage, but tips were very good. It was the spring of my senior year in high school and the summer before I went to college. I only worked one season because a change in management led to a bunch of lay-offs (and being the young guy, mine was one of them). After I left for school, I would come home for weekend series after August and work. There has been no doors opened to the front office, unfortunately, but I did meet a few people that probably could have helped my career if I chose to stay in the field (I am in the biology field now so it is completely unrelated). Biggest douche was either Ken Griffey Jr. or Ivan Rodriguez. Griffey walked around like he was god and when I asked him for an autograph, he didn't say anything to me or even look at me. Most of the players would give you a smile and a handshake or give you something extra like a batting glove. Griffey didn't even have time to acknowledge a fan. Pudge was just a terrifying little person. He had the shortest temper ever and actually smashed our ping-pong table with a baseball bat after striking out. Coolest Yankee was not a Yankee at the time, but it was Nick Swisher. He use to get thrown off the field after games by security because he stood there until every last fan got an autograph. He was also playing constant pranks and everybody around loved the guy. He remembered everybody's name and tipped well too and that was before he was extremely well known. Biggest douche on the yankees is hard to say. There was so much media and press around so I feel like everyone was on their best behavior. I remember A-Rod was kind of an arrogant dick, as you could probably guess, and Johnny Damon was pretty laid back and cool. Randy Johnson was terrifying also but turned out to be pretty nice. As far as Jeter goes, I never really liked the guy because I thought he was an arrogant dick, but when I met him, he was probably one of the nicest, most humble players I met and he gave I think the biggest tip out of any players...He gave each of us 200 dollars and 500 dollars for the bat boy. So I gained a total respect for him as a player and a person after that.
I actually had the pleasure to play on a baseball team that Pudge helped coach and he seemed like an extremely nice guy and helped me a lot with my game. Yeah, I agree. He was nice, had his kids with him running around the club house and appeared to be a great father, tipped us well etc. I just didn't want to piss him off because he BLEW UP. The guy was a hot head, but that's the only bad thing I have to say against him.
As a Griffey Jr. fan, I'm very sad to hear about his arrogance. I was also extremely disappointed. He was one of my favorites as a kid.
Sox fan here, so I'm sure Nick Swisher visited you a lot when he was still with us. We always give away players and they become big shots somewhere else. Awesome job you had though! Swisher didn't play for the Sox until I think 2008 and that was after my time working for the Tribe.
I understand what you're saying though. We have the same problem with having phenomenal players that leave to go elsewhere (e.g. Peyton Hillis, LeBron James, Cliff Lee, C.C. Sabathia, Manny Ramirez, Victor Martinez, Kellen Winslow -- and this list can go on for days for every sport). I know Chicago has taken some blows to the head too, but at least you have a championship in 2005 to lean back on. We haven't won a championship in any sport since the Browns in '64 :(
Those roids probably made Pudge angry. He would just randomly flip out over nothing...the tigers' equiptment manager told us he usually had at least a thousand dollars in fees every series for messing shit up in club houses.
I love my Yankees even more now. Did you ever meet any Boston players? Yes, I liked the guys from the Red Sox. Kurt Schilling in particular was pretty awesome. Manny was kind of a huge dick.
Kind of building on this thread, have you met albert pujols? No I didn't meet Pujols. I don't think the Indians played the Cardinals that year, and if they did, I didn't work for that series.
Jr. was behind me in traffic after a Reds game in about 2000. I was driving my Mustang Convertable with 3 friends in the car. We were all waving pretty excitedly at him, just hoping for a wave back. He looked at us disgustedly and ignored us. That was the last time I was a fan of Jr. Sounds like you were met with the same disappointment I was. Sorry to hear that :/
Wait, they total up the bills for breaking shit and bill it back to the players? Guess it's obvious, but I never thought of that. Smart! Haha Yeah, Pudge got charged like $1200 for our ping pong table. It was a lot like a hotel. They got charged for everything (food/service/drinks/laundry) and had to pay extra for anything they broke or damaged.
Curt. Yes, I realized this after the fact. Thanks.
What did Manny do? He wouldn't sign anything then tried to charge us when he finally did agree. He also tried to take a broken bat back from a guy I worked with claiming it was his property, even though he left it there for over 2 months. He was just a dick and didn't care about anybody but himself, not even his team.
As a Pudge fan and a Rangers fan this makes me sad... Don't be sad...Pudge was pretty awesome, he was just a fucking hot-head. Before he smashed our ping-pong table he actually participated in a little tournament we clubhouse attendants had while batting practice was taking place. He finished BP and came down and fucking destroyed all of us within seconds. He was awesome though, I just was scared to death of pissing him off. Also, after he struck out, I made damn sure to be nowhere near.
Well that makes it better. Yes, I believe I had Michael Young sign his card for my collection. I don't recall any specific conversation with him, but I definitely remember having a chat with him.
What was your experience with the Rangers during that time? Did you meet Michael Young? The Rangers were a real cool club. They had Texiera, who was not only one of my favorite players at the time, but also one of the nicest guys I met. Blalock was pretty cool too and gave me his batting gloves as you can see in the picture above. I liked working their series a lot...Definitely one of the most fun teams to work for. They had some big names at the time too.
You mention large bar--biggest alcoholic (of the players you witnessed)? Drinking before games, etc. Kenny Rogers from the Tigers. He was a pitcher so he sat in the clubhouse and got hammered during the games he wasn't starting and also had a few drinks before the game he was pitching, but wouldn't say he got drunk. Also, he would hide behind the washing machine and smoke cigarettes and had me keep watch for Jim Leyland and warn him if he was coming. He was a super nice guy though.
I was at Kenny Rogers' perfect game in 94. Sorry, this doesnt really have anything to do with your story. That's awesome, I'm glad you shared.
Being the opposing teams pre-game "slaves", what was the most ridiculous request any player made to you? Any on field errors/balls to the face during game time? Most ridiculous request was from Jason Kendall...He made me go get him as many cans of Kodiak Wintergreen chew as I could find. I went to 3 stores and got him 9 logs (that's 90 cans. 90 fucking cans) and he gave me 500 dollars and told me to keep the change. This was also when LeBron was getting real big so LaTroy Hawkins gave me his credit card and had me go get him every Witness shirt they had at the Cavs gift shop at the Q. It was over 30 shirts and cost over 600 dollars. My tip was this bad-ass orioles shirt that had grafitti lettering on it that said "Cowboy Up" on the front, then "Gangsta Shit - Orioles 2006" on the back...problem being it was a size 3x. I still have it though.
As far as errors go, I had one play where Juan Rivera from the Angels was running for a foul ball that was near me. I misjudged it and ran directly at the play, causing him to miss the ball. I was cussed out for what seemed like an eternity and he requested someone else out there so they sent someone to "relieve" me half way through the game. I was on ESPN that night too and all my friends got a good kick out of it.
One time I was warming up Vlad Guerrero and threw two in a row over his head and the next one he threw as hard as he could at my ankles and I made an ass of myself dodging it. That was pretty funny too I guess...
Video of the Rivera error please!!!! I've scoured youtube in the past to find it but have been unable to. I think it was so insignificant that it has sunk into the depths of the internet, but it was a defining moment in my young adulthood. I had it recorded on my old DVR, but we have since gotten a new DVR and returned the old one to the cable company. Sorry I cannot produce on this one.
HA. both funny stories, oveunder throwing the ball would have been my biggest fear. (played baseball my whole life but come on, we all fuck up every now and then) Especially when the eyes of thousands are on you and you are playing with someone who is paid not to fuck up!
Can we get a pic of the gangsta shit shirt? Yeah, I'll put it up when I get home in a bit.
Jawesome! here's the front
here's the back
here's to get an idea how massive it is
Were you as sad as I was that they changed the name of the park? It will always be the Jake to me. I still call it the Jake! I refuse to accept it as "the Pro."
"The Jake" for Life. None of this "The Prog/The Pro" Bullshit. Oddly enough, I wasn't nearly as mad when they changed "The Gund" to "The Q". I guess I just have way more childhood memories at The Jake. Likewise...Wasn't that mad about the Q either!
Did you meet any Blue Jays? Specifically the Doc? Was Greg Zaun nice? He works broadcast near me and I see him from time to time. He sure gained a lot of weight! The Doc was awesome. He was one of the few guys that I actually got star-struck for (him and Frank Thomas). He and I had a conversation about fishing because I was telling him about how I visit Ontario yearly and saw him pitch at the SkyDome when I went to Toronto in 7th grade. He asked what I did in Ontario and told him we have a fishing cottage and we talked about May pike fishing. Like I said, I was nervous, but after talking for awhile, he made the conversation real casual. Super nice dude!
About Greg Zaun, I don't really recall actually speaking with him at all. I'm sure I did at one point or another, but nothing really stood out from the conversation. It was more than likely all business, as it was with most players.
Upvotes for the Doc...heartbreaking that we had to trade him...I feel like he is the piece the jays are missing to get back into the playoffs. Well, at least he went to the National League (where old pitchers go to die) and the Jays won't have to play against least not for awhile.
Another AL supremacist. Surprise surprise. I don't mean any offense, but I feel like there is more competition in the AL. It seems in the NL that there is usually only one or two powerhouse teams every year and everyone else is just shit. On the other hand though, those powerhouse teams that come out of the NL are usually awesome.
BTW, Everyone in ze German army knows Yugo Schtiglitz.
I still love looking back and remembering the call when David Justice hit that home run. And to think that was Chipper's rookie year, and I watched him hit that home run on his 40th birthday last night. Where have the years gone. Damn that seems like an eternity ago! I have this vhs tape called "Cleveland Rocks." It is basically a documentary about the Tribe's '95 season. It's really good and I would recommend it to any baseball fan. If you see it around anywhere, you should pick it up!
Who is your favorite Tribe player, current or past? Also what can you tell me about the personalities of Choo, Sabathia, Lee, and Martinez? Were they always nice? I have ultimate respect for Victor. Go tribe! My favorite past Tribe players were Kenny Lofton and Albert Belle in the 90's, Victor Martinez and Kelly Shoppach were my favorites when I worked for the Tribe, and currently, my favorite Indians are Hannahan and Choo.
Sabathia was pretty awesome the few times I met him. One time he was part of an elaborate prank involving half the freaking stadium. One of the pitching coaches (I don't remember what team) told me to go find the key to the bullpen so I should go to the home side and ask the Indians' equipment manager, so I did and he told me C.C. had them last. So I went and found C.C. and he told me to go ask Wickman and he led me to the offices and they bounced me around and around until I finally got up to Mark Shapiro's office suite who told me it was a big joke and welcome to the team. When I got back down, I went to the home side to tell them about it and as I walked in, the whole team basically was standing there laughing at me, then the same thing when I walked into the visitor's clubhouse. I guess it is an initiation sort of thing that they put new guys through throughout the entire MLB. I felt like an ass but it was funny.
Choo was pretty cool too, but was difficult to talk to because he did have very good English at the time. He got a lot better since then, but the language barrier prevented me from ever having a good conversation with him.
I never actually spoke with Cliff Lee, but I'd see him around sometimes and say hi.
Victor was cool to talk to if you caught him outside of the locker room (I ran into him at the mall once and we had a 10 minute conversation because he recognized me) but in the locker room, the guy was ALL business. He didn't even talk to his teammates. While everyone was up and messing around, he was sitting there with his head phones on getting psyched.
Most of the guys were always nice, but sometimes if you caught them after a loss or if they had a shitty game, they would be a lot more likely to talk down to you, but it was pretty uncommon. Like I said earlier, for the most part the only guys who were assholes were the prima donnas.
Was Shapiro really that approachable? He seems like a nice enough guy, but it also seem like he'd be busy enough to preclude a clubhouse attendant asking him for keys. Shapiro was actually really nice and was known throughout the organization as treating the employees at the Jake very well...He was extremely busy and I only met him that once, but he was able to pause what he was doing to introduce himself and chat for a few minutes.
Thanks for answering. This is easily the most entertaining AMA I've ever read. I'm glad you enjoyed it!
Who are some of the biggest assholes in the sport you have met? who were the nicest? The nicest were probably Kenny Rogers, Roy Halliday, Bronson Arroyo, Barry Zito, Mark Texiera, Bob Wickman, Frank Thomas, Richie Sexon, and Jim Thome. All stand-up guys and all good tippers. Kurt Schilling was pretty cool to talk to also, but Nick Swisher was by far the best guy to be around. He made everyone feel like they were one of his friends.
Also, ever catch anyone on other teams using "performance enhancing" pharmaceuticals? I hated A.J. Pierzynski from the white sox, but not because he was a dick to us, but because he was a dick to his teammates and talked shit about everyone on the other teams. Also, the A's held a little vote and voted him the most hated guy in the MLB. Also, Griffey was an ass as well as A-Rod. Miguel Tejada was pretty dickish too, but I don't know if he was just shy, didn't speak good English, or just didn't care to talk to anyone. And no, I've never caught anyone using PEDs...I have suspicions though.
Curt :) Yes, Curt. Sorry for the misspelling. Here's a fun fact -- Did you know his middle name is Montague?
I feel much better about the team I recently drafted in "The Show 12". I have Arroyo, Zito, and Thome all on my team...and none of the dicks! Woot! Haha nice! Thome was cool. He had one of the guys give him a ride to some golf course that he owns in the area. I would have enjoyed knowing what the conversation was like. Thome was just a super nice simple country dude.
I have suspicions though. Go on! Griffey had a 6 foot tall closet on wheels with a massive pad lock on it that he got really defensive if anybody went near it. Either he was hiding something in there or he was extremely over-protective of his clothes.
I did not know that. However, a name like that totally makes sense for Curt don't you think? Yeah, he doesn't strike me as the Capulet type.
What was Charlie Sheen like IRL? Funny thing is there was actually a fake Rick Vaughn to throw out the first pitch for one of the games. It wasn't actually Sheen, but just thought I'd share that.
Anything go on in the showers that we'd want to know about? For science. I mean, I saw a lot of nudity, but not much beyond that. Things got a little weird when the group-poops started.
Who did you root for in the Hot Dog races? I am a mustard fan, but it seems like that bastard ketchup wins most of the time.
Hah! I work in Guest Services sometimes at the stadium, and we always try to get the Fun Bunch to tell us who will win so we can bet on them with other bored staff members. Haha I seem to remember hearing that they have a order of who wins depending on the day of the week. I don't ever remember Onion's lame ass winning though...
What visiting team seemed like they had the most fun just goofing around before and after games? Also - tell me about the drunkest Indians fan you've ever seen. I would say the A's were probably the most fun and most memorable. They were a pretty young team and were led by Nick Swisher who was borderline insane. He was a blast to be around. seemed like the old guys on the team were even like teenagers. They had random votes like most hated player in the league, who had the hottest wife, who had the smallest penis etc. They also stuck around for hours after the games to watch TV and bullshit so we had an opportunity to spill some drinks with them after hours too. The Yankees were not fun at all, as Joe Torre ran a real tight ship.
Drunkest tribe fan was definitely a guy who fell off the wall on the first base line and onto the field. He wasn't even chasing a foul ball...he just fell. He got escorted out as you can imagine.
Who was your favorite player on that team that you helped or talked too? My favorite Indian was definitely closing pitcher Bob Wickman. He used to stay in the clubhouse late and invite me and the other guys over to the home side to play cards and stuff.
My favorite non-Indian was probably Barry Zito. He brought a guitar with him in his luggage and him and I sat and BS'd while we jammed out for awhile before the games. He and I were both just starting to play guitar at that point so you can imagine how terrible it sounded.
So, warming up the right fielder, why the grief? Him being a pro? Were you just nervous that you'd fuck up and throw it over his head? Yes, and I did this more than once. Vlad Guererro was the worst...threw it over his head twice and he heaved one at my ankles that I had no chance of catching. Had to dodge it and looked like an ass in front of thousands.
Milton Bradley was another bad experience. After throwing it over his head, he just walked over, picked it up and threw it to a fan. He didn't warm up with me for the rest of the game, but he still gave me a good tip.
Wait, the RFs you warmed up during the games would tip you? explain. They tip you at the end of the series...So we alternated series as ball boy, but ultimately all had the same responsibilities in the club house. Usually the right fielder would find the right field ball boy after the end of the series and hand them a bill.
How did you manage to get this job? did you only do it for one season? biggest douche? My aunt owned a restaurant/bar a block from the stadium that I used to work at and the guys from the front office would come in for lunch every day. One of the guys who happened to go to high school with my aunt asked me if I was looking for a job and I said yes and we exchanged contact info and they called me that day to go in for an interview the following day.
Biggest douche was Griffey. He was had an extremely arrogant demeanor to him and wouldn't talk to us. If he needed anything, he had his "people" come talk to us and he also had a pad-locked 6 foot closet on wheels that nobody was allowed to get near.
That was full of his drag queen outfits. More than likely.
This news about Griffey makes me sad; he used to be one of my favorite players back in the 90s. Me was extremely disappointing.
Best cool down to earth player that you would say you established a rapport with? Barry Zito for sure. He and I were both just starting out playing guitar when I first met him and we started talking about it. He told me to bring my guitar in, which I did and he and I sat in a conference room for about an hour each day they were in town and jammed as best we could for two rookies. A third guy came and played for a bit too, but I can't for the life of me remember who it was.
Did you get laid because of who you worked with? Actually, a girl I knew was in the crowd one game I was ball boy and saw me and came down to talk to me. I did not get laid from it, but went on a few dates with her.
Another time I was ball boy, a girl was sitting near me and I saw her smiling at me the whole game so afterwards I signaled for her to come down and I instantly got extremely awkward and blew it. All I said was, "Hi...My name's _____. What's yours?" Then she told me her name and I fumbled a bunch of awkward words, knowing I blew it, I then said, "Nice to meet you. I have to go." and ran off the field."
What was the funniest thing you overheard in the locker room? Additionally, which player was the funniest in general? Nick Swisher was the funniest in general. The funniest conversation is pretty difficult to choose. There were so many. One of the guys from the Tigers (I don't remember who, he was not a big name player) brought a huge pink dildo in his luggage and was going around interviewing people like it was a microphone and shoving it towards their mouths. That was pretty damn funny. Also, the locker-room wide conversation between the entire Oakland A's team about who has the smallest penis in the MLB was pretty funny too. I think they decided it was Ichiro.
There were stories last season of some of the Red Sox players drinking in the locker room during the games. Did you ever see anything like that? How would that happen without the players getting in shit for it? Lots of the players drank during the games. Mostly, it was starting pitchers who weren't starting that game, or guys who got ejected. Kenny Rogers from the Tigers used to drink and smoke in the clubhouse during games...Only when Leyland was not around though because they could get in serious trouble. He would hide behind the washing machine and smoke cigarettes.
The irony...Leyland is a varitable bush fire... Right...I feel like if Pudge didn't crush that table, Leyland would have.
I've always had this theory that baseball players are the nicest pro players in regards to other pro athletes. Do you agree? To answer your question, I haven't met too many baseball or football players, but it seems like you hear way more about them pulling dumb shit in public like getting busted with guns or drugs. Baseball players usually just get busted for roids, but overall, i'd say they are probably the nicest. I think it has to do with the fact that violence is not encouraged in baseball like it is in football and (some) basketball and your goal is not to necessarily over-power the other team like in other sports, but rather to beat them with good plays and good pitching. Even on offense, it is totally non-aggressive and I think that's something that embeds itself in someone's personality that has been doing it since childhood. Every so often you get some assholes or you get guys who let the money go to their heads, but it seems to be more-so in other sports.
Great IAmA! You make me envious of your job in high school. I bagged groceries...:-/ Sorry about your shitty job :/ I worked PLENTY of shitty jobs in my day too that I would gladly bag groceries over instead.
Did you ever get a date by selecting a lass of the highest caliber as your choice for the bestowment of the sacred foul ball? One girl I called down after the game to talk. Let's just say I wasn't on my A-game that day and blew it with awkward stammering and misplaced sentences. I told her I had to go and ran off the field.
Did you ever get to keep any splintered bats? I always thought that would be some awesome memorabilia. Where did you end up studying bio at? Also awesome ama! We had quite a few broken bats, but there were 6 of us who worked there. The only fair way that we were able to distribute memorabilia was to play poker, with the winner getting choice of stuff. That's how I got those Hank Blalock batting gloves. A Manny Ramirez broken bat came through once and this guy I worked with that I hated won it. I took second so I was kind of salty. Some of the players opted to keep their broken bats too and others took them and gave them to fans, so there weren't too many that came through to us since we were bottom of the barrel.
Back to that Manny bat, when the Sox came back into town, the guy asked Manny to sign it and Manny wouldn't sign it and tried to take it back from him, but didn't end up following through with taking it.
And to answer your other question, I studied bio at a small college in PA and I do research for the Cleveland Clinic now.
I always thought Manny was a douche, thanks for confirming my suspicions. Who was the nicest Tigers player in '06? I really liked Kenny Rogers and Brandon Inge. Rogers was like a giant kid. He would do shit he knew Leyland would get pissed about so he would tip us to help him cover it up. I mentioned earlier he would smoke cigarettes while hiding behind the washing machine and have us keep lookout for Leyland. Inge was just a genuinely nice guy. The most laid back guy was probably Verlander except for the game he started against us because if I remember correctly he had a bad outing.
Did you ever mess up, grab a fair ball? How about make any "plays" like snagging a liner or a nice short hop scoop? Yeah haha...a high foul ball was hit towards me still in play and I picked up my stool and took off running to get away from the play. Turns out, I misjudged the fly ball and ran right towards it, causing Juan Rivera to drop the ball and cuss me out in multiple languages. He requested a new ball boy and they pulled me off the field halfway through the game. I was on ESPN that night too so all my friends could make fun of me.
Also, I made a pretty sweet grab on a line drive going towards the fans next to me. I caught the ball and the force caused my glove to hit some lady in the side. She wasn't mad though because she said she would rather it be my glove than the ball...
There was also quite a few throwing errors on my part while warming up right fielders that led to a not so happy Milton Bradly one game and an even angrier Vlad Guerrero on a different occasion.
Edited to include Juan Rivera's last name.
Did players ever ask you to go into the crowd to get a girls number? Any players (that you can name) stick out as asking more than a few ladies? No, nobody ever did this...I would have happily done it on their behalf though, so long as they were prepared to be cock-blocked.
Any stories relating to players and their wives / girlfriends / prostitutes? Not really...wives and girlfriends weren't really talked about too much, but I know a lot of the guys would hit up the strip clubs (and ask us how to get there) at the end of a series. Sometimes, they would even go as far as to ask for a ride there. Usually my boss would give them a ride there.
I have always thought it was a shit job with some coolness thrown in. You pretty much confirmed it. Did you enjoy it as a whole? Did you ever see needles, or illegal activity? The job itself was incredible. It was an experience I wouldn't trade for anything. Yeah, we had some shitty tasks, but these were the guys I grew up idolizing as a little kid, and for the most part, they lived up to my expectations with the exception of a few big names. They were like me and my friends, but with lots of money and a cool job and most of them were extremely humble.
I never saw any illegal activity, but there was definitely some shady stuff...When the Reds came to town for inter-league play, for example, Ken Griffey Jr's luggage was literally a 6 foot tall closet on wheels with a massive pad lock on it. Every time he opened it, he turned it towards the bench he was sitting on so nobody ever really saw inside. As soon as he got what he needed out, the pad lock went back on.
Whoa, what did you think was in there? I never heard bad things about him. and I'm glad you enjoyed your job, I didnt mean to denigrate it, it just sounds sort of subordinate. No worries, no offense was taken. It was a cool summer job, but I wouldn't want to make a career of it.
And I think Griffey might have possibly had some needles in there. I don't know for sure... I do know he had some suits in there that probably cost a few thousand dollars because I saw him wearing them after games.
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