Every now and then, I like to take a break from the blockbusters and mainstream of movies and stop to watch the “little” films for a change. It’s been awhile, but thanks to a reliable recommendation, I had heard this film was worth my time.
There is a long line of Horror film actresses known as “scream queens”, Janet Leigh, Jamie Lee Curtis, Adriane Barbeau, Heather Langenkamp and Neve Campbell to mention a few. However there is only one who is known as “Queen of the B-movies” and that is the legendary Linnea Quiqley.
Known as, “the world’s leading expert on Stephen King“, Stephen Spignesi is a talented writer on several levels. However all stories have a beginning, and Stephen’s began in the New England state of Connecticut. Born July 16, 1953, Stephen always had a passion for writing.
Well, summer blockbuster season is on it’s way. There’s been some hits and some misses so far, but the season is still young and anything is possible. For me, I can safely say I have seen what just might end up being my Favorite Film of 2012. That’s a bold statement considering there’s still many more films to still come out, but when I walked out of the theater from seeing Prometheus, it was the first thought I had.
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.
Inspiring on Yusuke Kishi‘s novel Lesson of the Evil (Aku No Kyoten), Takashi Miike shoots a story focused on a sociopathic and aggressive tendencies high school teacher. Lesson of the Evil will be released on November 2012, in the meanwhile let’s watch the trailer here.
A new King of Horror’s facebook page was born by the hands of Tony Northrup: All Thing’s King, the Stephen King Fan Page. This fan page brings it to you hot off the slab! .
Well, we’re at the final stretch of the Summer Blockbuster Schedule and it has been quite the year! With Superhero films, sequels, comedies, and family films – it looks like Summer 2012 was a huge success! However, we’re not quite done just yet. One thing every year has and that is, sequels!
This will be the shortest review I have ever done. And why? Because it’s for a movie that is absolutely … well, read on first. We are in the tail in of the Summer Blockbuster Season which means the “bottom of the barrel” period for movies. Not saying all films are bad in August/Sept., but its like all the big films are already out and heading to the DVD factory for the Christmas rush.
This review is dedicated to those we lost and were touched by the Colorado Movie Theater Tragedy. 7-19-12. This has got to be the hardest review I’ve had to write. Not that it is a difficult film to write about, but because of the tragedy that has gone along with it. However, as a film reviewer, it is my duty to continue bringing the readers the latest in film entertainment and making your movie going experience the best I can. Please stay tuned at the end of this review for a very important message.