Jason is depicted as a corpse raised from the dead (same as JASON LIVES and NEW BLOOD) but not as a monster with extraordinary power like in NEW BLOOD or JASON LIVES but as a walking corpse risen from the depth of the water. Now this film occurs a year AFTER the events of NEW BLOOD, so you would think that the investigation from that film ACTUALLY happened so there would be an investigation, the camp would have been closed down, etc. HOW THE HELL DOES TWO KIDS GET A HOUSEBOAT OUT THERE! You'd think that maybe the camp would be closed down and all entrances to the camp would be closed up but no. these two kids manage to get a house boat out onto that lake.
Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Often thought of as “Jason vs. Carrie”, this hidden gem of the Friday series is often overlooked… and that really grinds my gears.
One of the most hated of the F13 series is, of course, my favorite. I can't explain definitively WHY it’s my favorite, maybe I just enjoy certain aspects in the film that aren't found (and never were again) in any of the other sequels. Maybe I enjoy the whole “telekinetic angle” that actually gave Jason a formidable foe. Maybe as an adolescent I found the rich, snobby and pretentious blonde incredibly hot (ok, that’s not a maybe. It’s definite. 80’s hot! Fuck yeah!).
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Not only is this a terrific entry into the “Nightmare” series but it’s one of the few films I hold very near to my heart. The year was 1991, I was just a young lad of nine years old but I already had year’s worth of horror films under my belt (Thanks Grandma! Love you!) and the ability to reference them at any given time. What can I say? I was an unusual kid. While most were interested in playing sports and frolicking outside, I was interested in how the hell “Brundle-Fly” (“The Fly” 1986) looked so realistic on screen and how a doll was able to walk around with no wires (“Child’s Play” 1988). By 1991 I’d seen all the great horror icons of MY generation (I eventually developed a deeper catalog of horror icons from ALL generations) either theatrically, on VHS or cable.
Name your favorite SNL produced movie. No, Blues Brother’s doesn’t count. Wayne’s World, right? What do youmean that’s the only one you can remember?! Well, there are the timelessclassics like… Umm… ahh… Did I mention Wayne’s World already?
First, let me get me get you up to speed… There have been 11 SNLproduced films based on one-note characters and while some have been moresuccessful than others- they ALL pretty much sucked. Except for Wayne’s World. Wayne’s World hasaged remarkably well.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Dreams do come true. Sometimes they even come to fruition in a pair of big, voluptuous, generously proportioned and milky pale dreams. This week’s Hot Ticket is none other than the little known up-and-comer Diora Baird. I first spotted Ms. Baird’s talents (read: breasts) in the under-appreciated sequel to a remake of a reboot “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning (2006)” (Whew!). The film itself was, essentially, an exact carbon copy of the film “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)” released three years prior but taking place four years before the original events.
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