We’re Your Boyfriend NOW, Nancy!

October 25, 2010

You wouldn’t believe how many booby-traps we had to dismantle in order to get this.  My chest still hurts from that damn sledge hammer.


Song Of The Day: 10/14/2010

October 14, 2010

DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince: Nightmare On My Street

Despite the lyrics referring mostly to Nightmare 2 and the total lack of swear words, this song rules.  It super sucks that the very end gets cut off right before Freddy says, “I’m your DJ now, Princie!“.  But what can you do?  The version I have on my iPod has the wrong words, so count yourself lucky.


A Remake On Elm Street

August 1, 2009

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I know I say this a lot, but as far as remakes go, this one looks to be in-fuck-credible.


Fist Look At Jackie Earle Krueger!

July 22, 2009

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When I first heard about Jackie Earle Haley (Rorschach from WATCHMEN) getting cast to play Freddy Krueger in next year’s remake of A Nightmare On Elm Street, I knew right away that he would be the perfect person.  This picture proves it.  JUST LOOK AT HIM!! Perfect.  I’m not even going to question his acting chops.  I’ve seen Little Children.


RBM Gives Robert Englund Crazy Nightmares

June 14, 2009

Kung Fu THIS, Bitch! \m/


Jackie Earle Haley Will Be Your Worst “Nightmare”

April 8, 2009

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Since the genre of horror is rife with re-makes of everything from The Texas Chainsaw Masacre, to Last House on the Left, nothing surprises me anymore.  I have expended more anger, time, and energy on heated gripe-fests than my body can handle. The re-make of A Nightmare On Elm Street has already recived my expected axe blows, but a gleaming light of hope has rained down upon this film.  Jackie Earle Haley, best known these days as “Rorschach” in the WATCHMEN movie, will be dawning the bladed gauntlet that Robert England breathed life into.  From Variety: Read the rest of this entry »


Welcome To RBM, BITCH!

October 20, 2008

Due to a severe face melting on Saturday night, I have fallen a little behind on my horror themed reviews. So to make up for the day that was lost, you get a two-fister review, right in the love pump.

Much like the great Ohmars, I too was mentally ruined by a particular 80’s fright flick. His was Poltergeist, a film that did a raging number on my He-Man sheets as well, but that movie was nothing compared to the terror that still haunts me to this very damn day.

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