by Kevin Muller
John Rambo is a relic of an older and wilder time in cinema. He’s a former soldier who came home only to be thrown back into the world of violence and murder. The chaos of war runs through his veins. Eleven years ago, after a 20 year hiatus, Stallone, who was 62 at the time, came back with a kick ass action movie that was unforgiving with its level of gore. It was a great call back to the films of the 80s too. Now, the aging action star, who can still kick the ass of people more than half his age, is back with another story for his memorable action hero. Does he still have it?
Logan Myerz travels to Higgins Haven to review Friday the 13th Part III that introduces the iconic Jason Voorhees hockey mask.
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“Having revived from his wounds, Jason Voorhees takes refuge at a cabin near Crystal Lake. As a group of co-eds arrive for their vacation, Jason continues his killing spree.”
Logan Myerz reviews the brand new animated movie The Addams Family that brings back our favorite creepy and kooky family.
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“An animated version of Charles Addams’ series of cartoons about a peculiar, ghoulish family.”
“Idle hands are the devil’s playground.” Logan Myerz revisits one of his favorite 90’s Horror Comedies, Idle Hands starring Devon Sawa, Seth Green, Jessica Alba, and Elden Henson.
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“A teenage slacker’s right hand becomes possessed with murderous intent.”
Logan Myerz revisits the 1987 anthology sequel Creepshow 2 directed by Michael Gornick and written by George A. Romero.
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“Three more bone-chilling tales that include a vengeful wooden Native American, a monstrous blob in a lake, and a hitchhiker who wants revenge and will not die.”
Logan Myerz reviews the 1981 slasher sequel ‘Friday the 13th Part 2‘ that’s directed by Steve Miner and starring Amy Steel.
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“Mrs. Voorhees is dead, and Camp Crystal Lake is shut down, but a camp next to the infamous place is stalked by an unknown assailant.”
By Kevin Muller
The most important thing a film can do is make you feel something. Most of the time, we expect to walk out of the cinema feeling inspired or uplifted. That is fine, but certain films conjure certain feelings within us that are not always positive. The 1978 film, The Deer Hunter, was a bleak look at the mental anguish that war, specifically Vietnam, can have on former soldiers. One of the reasons it won best picture was because it took viewers on a journey where they encountered many types of emotions, mostly ones of horror, despair, and hopelessness. These are the same feelings you will face when watching Todd Phillip’s new film about the origins of the “Prince of Crime.” It isn’t a pleasurable experience, but a well-made one that really dives into the darkness of the character.