Friday the 13th is a cult movie, you can love it or not but it’s impossible to consider this movie outside this flag. So many movies characterized this slasher series, moving from good (chapter 1, chapter 9) to bad quality (chapter 4) ones, strengthen fan population over the world.
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When I was growing up, there was one thing you could bet on in the month of October: Horror movies at your local movie theater. We couldn’t wait to see the next sequel of either Friday the 13th, Halloween, or Nightmare on Elm St. It was the 80′s, they were silly cheese, but they were a lot of fun. Over the past several years, the pickings for horror films in October have been getting slim. This year is no exception. There is only one horror film out this month and it’s a remake. A remake of a classic tale from Stephen King about a young girl with special powers that is known the world over by one single name: Carrie.
Posted October 25th, 2013. Add a comment
I have said before that I enjoy all forms of films. It is also nice to take a break from the big budget films at the theater and see something a little more..lower budget. This would fall under the Independent films category. As a full supporter of the Stephen King program “Dollar Baby” films, I enjoy the smaller films for entertainment and quality of storytelling, However, my latest review is not a “Dollar Baby”, but it is Independent and it is Stephen King related….related in a way you won’t believe! So, here is my review of You can’t kill Stephen King
Posted September 16th, 2013. 1 comment
The zombie craze has been going on for several decades now, with director George A. Romero‘s monumental film released in 1968, the now cult-classic Night of the iving dead. Since then horror flms have never been the same. With almost five decades of zombie films, merchandise, and one of the biggest hit shows in history, The walking dead on AMC, zombies are more popular now than ever.
Posted July 2nd, 2013. Add a comment
Anger laying in our bodies can be channelled into a sort of materialized product. This is what a new wave of psychiatry (called “psychoplasmics”) says and doctor Raglan (Oliver Reed) is one of its most outstanding exponents who’s able to create little creatures similar to our children but … more instinctive and deadly.
Posted June 17th, 2013. Add a comment
Well, we are knee deep in the Summer Blockbuster Movie Season. Between sequels and Reboots, there’s the little films in between. Well, The purge is one of those. I first saw the trailer about a month ago on Reelz Channel and knew right then I HAD to see it! I have and I have some mixed reviews on it. So, here is my review of The purge.
Posted June 11th, 2013. Add a comment
Well, it seems like forever since I’ve written a review, but I found something worth writing about. It’s February and you know what that means? Yes, Valentine’s day! The day we show that someone special in our life just how much we love and care about them.
Posted February 10th, 2013. Add a comment
Dr. Edward Pretorius and Crawford Tillinghast are experimenting human boundaries, trying to stimulate the sixth sense as to cross human (eyes) restrictions. This experiment, however, set an evil power free causing Pretorious’ death and the consequent Crawford arrest and detention into a (weird) asylum. Dr. Katherine McMichaels is the psychiatrist taking Crawford in custody as to complete her macabre design …
Posted February 2nd, 2013. Add a comment
Necronos’ purpose is to guide a living dead horde to be orchestrated as puppets, place berzerkers as (in)human assault weapons and destroy Mother earth. Necronos is one of the evil personification attacking humanity and, moving himself side by side wìth Goran and Manoush, that are both demon slaves, he tries to find the chosen one blood, as to complete the poison will annihilate the whole world.
Posted December 10th, 2012. Add a comment
First off, with a title like that, one would think it is the stupidest, craziest, off-the-wall idea ever created! I know this is based on a very popular book (which I have not read), so I couldn’t compare the two, which I feel is maybe best at this point. For those who have not read the book, the film is pretty much what the title says.