Since most dopes think this is a sequel/remake, I’m not as bothered as I should be (mostly due to the fact that I have a brain in my head and know my Carpenter movies). Even the fact that it was created by the same shit-heads that made the atrocious Dawn of the Dead remake hasn’t deterred me. This looks like it’s going to be fantastic as hell. Read the rest of this entry »
(the following is the theme music for John Carpenter’s In The Mouth of Madness)
Do YOU read Sutter Cane?
Following in the footsteps of it’s John Carpenter original, H2 looks to be one hell of a ride. I think it’s safe to say that Rob Zombie has learned from his mistakes (House of 1000 Corpses) and created a sequel that is sure to school Hollywood on how a re-make should be done.
(click the H2 link to view the trailer)
With an election on the horizon, it’s only fitting for me to review a movie that is both Sci-Fi/Horror, and full of political themes. Slide on your sunglasses, cuz here comes They Live.
High school. A time for poundings, swirlies, and wedgies if you happen to be a nerd. Cars, parties, sports, and cheerleaders for everybody with a massive ego problem. For Arnie Cunningham, his days of unpopularity were over the day he found the love of his life. Her name was Christine, a bright red 1958 Plymouth Fury, rusted to shit and destined for the car grave yard. But Arnie saw beyond the rust and decay. He saw a chance to prove himself to his parents and peers, by fixing up the hunk of junk. Little does Arnie know, his love has a history of possessing it’s owners, and will kill anyone that hurts it’s feelings.
Since there are so many killer movies (hah get it), this one will be a two-fer. After all, they flow so well from the first into the second, and John Carpenter is one righteous fuck.