This is a weird little item that I've dug up for your viewing enjoyment. This is a scan of a promotional bumper sticker that was given out at a local video store when Child's Play 2 was released on VHS in 1990. It says "Back of Jack, Chucky's Back... on videocassette."
Not sure if any of you horror collecting folk ever got one of these, if not you can look upon this image with jealous eyes.
Monday, August 31, 2015
Friday, August 14, 2015
Greetings boys and ghouls. Recently I came across a fellow blogger that posted the top 5 horror movie themed video accounts on Youtube. After looking through the list, one particular account really captured my interest. The Jack Stickman account has a fantastic character called "Dr. Wolfula" that reviews films. He's dressed up in a great costume and delivers some very enjoyable review inter cut with clips from the films he's reviewing/discussing. I'd like to bring your attention to three particular reviews
- Because they are of horror remakes and quite entertaining.
- Because I've never seen the reamkes. After being burned by the TCM remake I quickly surmised any upcoming remake would be garbage. These reviews prove it to be true. This is the first time I've seen anything from them outside of the trailers.
Friday The 13th (2009) - Review
Nightmare On Elm Street (2010) - Review
Halloween (2007) - Review
Monday, August 10, 2015
At long last I finally watched It Follows (2014) and I loved it. It hit all those things that I love in a horror film. Original story, great visuals, great performances and excellent soundtrack. When I would say "I'm sick of remakes, I want to see a good original, solid horror film. Something that could be a classic." This delivers on what I'm looking for. I'm cooking up a spoiler-free review for this one as I don't think giving away too much on this film is a good idea. It's much more fun watching it cold without spoilers.
Hugh: "It could look like someone you know or it could be a stranger in a crowd. Whatever helps it get close to you."
Wednesday, August 05, 2015
Here is the official, red band, trailer for the 2016 film Deadpool starring Ryan Reynolds. There has been quite a bit of anticipation and hype for this film and this trailer. I'm admittedly not versed well on Deadpool. I have always been aware of him, but never read the books so I don't know a whole lot about his story, so I can't speak to how accurate he appears. From fan reaction it seems that they've got the character's look, personality and look of action down pretty closely . The trailer makes the movie look like a lot of fun, and the most intriguing aspect of the movie is that it's going to be rated R as is evident in the trailer. That I think is really cool because all these superheros and villains do live in a violent world, but the movies for the most part keep it very family friendly, even with Chris Noland's Batman movies the violence never seems to take to "that place" and it appears this film will deliver on that.
Since I'm a big rap music fan, I do like the inclusion of Salt-N-Peppa's "Shoop" and DMX's "X Gon' Give It To Ya" in the trailer. It's not the first time DMX's music has been used in film, and here it fits great. X's songs tend to be high energy this track is very fitting. I''m going to embed that DMX track below too as this songs inclusion in the trailer really speaks to my soundtrack love where marriage of visual and music can really make something magical.
DMX - "X Gon' Give It To Ya" (Official Video)