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Friday the 13th, Part VII: The New Blood (Deluxe Edition) - DVD Review

11 October 2009 3:47 PM, PDT | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

Jason Voorhees once again rises from his watery grave to torment the souls of Camp Crystal Lake. This time he.s met his match when a psychic young girl is amongst the potentials victims. Jason does get to splat many of the naughty teens before the showdown though. Tina (Lar Park Lincoln) and her mother Amanda (Susan Blu) have returned to their Crystal Lake vacation home at the urging of Tina.s psychiatrist Dr. Crews (Terry Kiser) who joins them there. Crews has supposedly taken them to this spot because Tina.s telekinetic powers caused the death of her father at the vacation home ten years before. During one of Crew.s agitation sessions he succeeds in sparking Tina.s powers. Unfortunately »

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Losing It In Style

1 August 2009 2:21 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Adam of Club Silencio here going off the deep end. This week saw the release of Roman Polanski's Repulsion on glorious Criterion DVD and Blu-ray. As per usual we're given a beautiful print of the film with a scattering of insightful extras. And the film itself has lost none of its power; a razor-sharp story of a manicurist whose foundation is cracking alongside her confining London flat. The film has become such an essential horror film throughout the years that it becomes quite simple to see echoes of a pert and psychotic Catherine Deneuve in the many films that have adopted Repulsion's structure and style -- usually in an attempt to peruse the psyches of their damaged protagonists. It begs the questions: do male directors somehow break the misogynist critique by having these women undone by dastardly, dirty men? And do blondes really have more fun?

Repulsion (1965)

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