With still little to no news on the upcoming
Friday the 13th film/TV series/reality show/ Real Housewives of Crystal Lake nonsense, I stumbled upon this amazing looking project over at Kickstarter… VIDEO
If that doesn’t tick just about every frickin’ box for what I want out of the next Jason film… Full moon, campfire, skinny dipping, “did you hear something”-style dialogue. Step back, producer folk, you
almost recaptured bits of that in 2009, but if it can be rendered in a game, y’all can do it on film!
The downside is that Pac Man is about my limit when it comes to ‘gaming’, so this will likely go right over my head. Sad times.
R.I.P. Betsy Palmer. You redefined motherly love.
“Life is change. Death is dwelling on the past or staying in one place too long,” – Rachel Flax.
From the beginning of March, VeVo and his dog will be taking to the roads of Europe for a year or so in this beaut of a van (named Scooby):
I’ve given up my job, rented out my digs, and entrusted three boxes of DVDs to a storage locker.
Thus, frequent and strong WiFi or
-esque Jeepers Creepers highway psychos notwithstanding, updates may occasionally be lax. Or boring.
Never fear, I’m still here (or there, or wherever) with a book of unreviewed DVDs along for the ride, so in some shoddy form or another, I WILL NEVER LEEEEAVE YOOOU.
Be safe n’ all that shizz…
I’ve not been that thorough in covering the
Halloween series around here, which is curious as I do love it so.
One day I’ll get round to reviewing the original (and the first sequel), but until then explore what there is if you will…
The films reviewed: Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers Halloween H20: Twenty Years Later Halloween: Resurrection Rob Zombie’s Halloween Rob Zombie’s Halloween II (documentary) Halloween: 25 Years of Terror Other stuff: Twists of fury: Halloween: Resurrection God forgive me, I like Halloween: Resurrection
Ka-ching! Don’t O.D. on candy.
… at the time of writing it has a 4.0 rating on IMDb and everyone moans how crap it is. But not me, no! I can’t help it, there’s just something about it that I like… Halloween: Resurrection It’s not Busta Rhymes’ sorry excuse for acting; It’s not the beyond-ridiculous Twist of Fury that is the explanation for Michael being alive; And it’s not the stupid ‘murder’ of Laurie Strode (notice that her fall is partly broken by tree branches?)
It’s the slashtasticness of it… As a dead-teenager Halloween-set stalk n’ slash film, it’s just super fun.
The slayings are bloody and archetypal of the genre; The final girl is remotely aided by a room full of over-acting teenagers; The theme tinkers along when needed; It’s more than well enough made; And it’s still about 10,000,000 times better than the Rob Zombie films; Tyra Banks makes this face:
There, pool your cash resources and get me therapy.