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The Slumber Party Massacre (1982)
The Slumber Party Massacre is a low budget slasher from the 80s written by feminist writer Rita Mae Brown and directed by Amy Jones.
A lot of people have complained about this movie being bad, and yes it is bad but if your'e familiar with B-movies you should know that they arent going to be oscar winning material and will have bad acting and a terrible script. I quite enjoyed this movie, its not to be taken too seriously on any account(Jackie's pizza) and some scene's wont make sense (the killer lying down for a nap). The actors are mostly newcomers and their acting is amateurish, but it doesnt harm the film at all. The killer would have to be the most unscary maniac ive ever seen but he is amusingly weird at times. I would give this movie at least a 6/10 its not terrible by any account, ive seen worse.
Puppet Master II (1990)
Torch was great!
I enjoyed this sequel better than the original. My reasons being was i thought the puppets were more entertaining in this one and you get to see them for longer. I loved the new Torch puppet, i consider him to be the most dangerous and scary out of all the puppets(he was even more scarier than Blade). He has a stump on his right arm that throws flames. In one funny scene he is tormented by a little boy and the little brat says something like 'Is that all you can do?, do something' and you can guess what Torch does to him. The actors did fine, the acting wasnt great but this is low-budget guys. If your'e a fan of this movie i recommend you get the DVD. I got this movie for only 5.99 and you get to see the behind the scene's footage, which was interesting and fun to see. The picture quality was excellent, colors are very strong and vibrant. Overall a fun B-movie, 6/10.
Great entry to the series.
None of the Friday the 13th movies are brilliant, people who criticise them should stop and remember that yes these movies are bad but what do you expect with b-movies? They're not meant to be oscar winning material.
My favourite Friday the 13th movie is pt2 but this comes a close second. I have the DVD version of this film and was disappointed by the lack of extra features. There is only a teaser trailer, but the picture and sound quality is very good. The beginning scene in the graveyard is very creepy, and when they do a close up shot of Jason staring at the viewer it scared the hell out me. Thats what surprised me, as Jason Voorhes doesnt usually scare me. But this time he did. He's not so scary in the rest of the film, it was just the graveyard scene. The movie had some funny moments too, my favourite being the paintgun scene, a lot of people thought this part was silly, but its actually quite amusing. The acting isnt great but who cares? It doesnt spoil the film at all. The music by Alice Cooper is great, i especially loved the closing song 'The Man behind the Mask'. There is also some eye candy for the girls Thom Mathews, Tom Fridley, and for the boys Jennifer Cooke. Overall a fun movie thats entertaining, funny and has a great soundtrack.
A fun, eagerly anticipated event.
The Eurovision Song Contest is held every year by countries across europe. The country that wins the contest is where the location of the next ESC takes place. Last years(2003)winner was Sertab Erener from Turkey, so this year the contest will be held in the capital Istanbul.
I always watch Eurovision and was surprised that they made a junior version, i decided to watch it and was surprised how talented the kids were and how great the songs was. The event for the junior version was held in Copenhagen, Denmark. There was only about 2 songs that were sang in english including Tom Morley's 'My Song for the world' and Sarah from Malta's 'Like a star'. You should'nt let this put you off because even though most of the songs you probably wont understand they are very catchy and well performed by the kids. The songs that i enjoyed are as follows, Tom Morley from the U.K with his 'My Song for the world' was excellent the lyrics are about making the world a better place, the song really is touching, he came third. Norway's song sinnsykt gal forelsket(Madly crazy about you)was a love song that was performed well and sung great by Charlot and Wakim but it didnt do too well in the scores. Another great song that i really enjoyed was sung by the FYR Macedonia, ti ne me posnavas(I wanna be your friend)it was catchy. From what i heard when i watched this on T.V the girls mimed during the rehersals and that was in breach of the rules, but the song is great. Little Volea's song from Belarus, Tantsui(Dance) was colourful and impressive. Now to the winner which was Dino from Croatia (Ti si moja prva ljubav), he performs his song by piano and then the music becomes loud and he gets up and sings and dance's, the song was just OK. Now to my favourite song who i thought should have won it. The hosts nation, Anne from Denmark. She sings Arabien Dream with such sweetness and enthusiasm. The overall 'Arabien dressed theme' did remind me of last years winner Sertab Erener when she sang 'Everyway that i can'. But nonetheless this was a great catchy song, and i loved the choreography. I think there was about two or three sets of twins as the background dancers.
But its not all perfect there was a few songs i didnt enjoy. Those include Poland's entry (tos mi nosi), nothing against the little girl who sings it but its just a dreadful song. It isnt catchy and lasts too long. The Honeypies from Sweden sing Stoppa Mig which translate in english as 'Stop Me'. The girls who sing this song seem to shout it and near the end they appear to laugh at each other for a few seconds i dont know whether this was intentional but it doesnt sound right for the song. The Netherlands song, i cant remember the title but i do remember not liking it(i think the guy who sang it came last anyway)but i didnt think it wasnt a very enjoyable song.
The Eurovision Song Contest will always have a place in my heart because its a fun, eagerly anticipated, and a suspenseful event thats fun to watch (especially when its score time.) The Junior version was well done and impressed me a lot, if you get a chace to watch it i recommend you do so.
Die Hard (1988)
I love this movie. Fans of action movies will not be dissapointed. Bruce Willis stars as NYPD John Mclain, who comes to his wifes building for a christmas party, but things dont go as planned when terrosists come and spoil the fun. Alan Rickman is brilliant, he is a good actor and was born for the role of the bad guy. 8/10
Every horror fan knows that famous spooky line 'They're here', the movie about evil spirits kidnapping the familys 5 year old daughter Carolanne. I have to say the movie is very entertaining, the charactors are so believable you cant help but feel sympathy for them and hope they get their daughter back. The child actors are very good, Carolanne looks so cute when she says 'No More'. The ending is super, (watch and see what happens to the familys house at the end)and suspenseful. So im gonna give this movie 8/10.
Poltergeist III (1988)
The first hour of this movie was pretty entertaining (up until Carolanne vanishes in the puddle) after that the movie turns out pretty lame. I thought the mirror FX were a good idea, and the cast does an ok job. It saddens me to watch this, as it was poor Heather O'Rourkes last movie, she died of septic shock and cardiac arrest due to a blocked intestine that know one knew she had.
My Son Johnny (1991)
This movie is quite good, its about two brothers who have never got on very well and the older brother Johnny(played brilliantly by Rick Scroeder)is always mean and beating up brother Anthony(Corin Nemec). Anthony keeps telling his mother about the abuse but she refuses to believe it. Soon things go to breaking point when Anthony shoots and kills his brother and mom is faced to stick up for her son in court. This movie is brilliantly acted by everyone involved, and the scenes of violence might disturb some, there are also some funny scenes to keep us amused.
A Promise to Carolyn (1996)
This movie really gripped me from beginning to end. Its about two sisters who want to bring their baby sisters killer(their stepmother) to justice. The flashback scenes i found to be quite disturbing, the stepmother is a really wicked person and it saddens me to know this thing happens every day all over the world.
I really liked this movie a lot, especially because of the great performances by Farrah Fawcett and James Russo. I have to admit even though the rapist was very obnoxious in this movie he was very funny at times. The first half of the movie is more entertaining than the second half but the first half is very violent at times and unpleasant for the victim(Fawcett) trapped in the house with rapist Russo. Give this movie a chance you might just like it.