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A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
Gory. Ugly. Original. Perfect Horror Film. Craven's best work.
I used to hate horror movies. I used to be frightened by the littlest things (like E.T....don't ask). But lately, I rented "Boogeymen: the Killer Complilation" and while watching the memorable "This....is God" scene opened the doors of horror for me.
Tina is having nightmares. So are her friends (cute Johnny Depp!). She then finds out it's the one, the only, the evil Freddy Krueger who is killing them in their sleep. How great of a horror concept is that? Amazing effects, memorable dialogue, and Robert Englund is one of the best actors to ever play a horror villain.
Amazing. I;m a horror fan and I owe it all to Fred...
Awesome film, great clips!
I thought this was great. The scenes were gory, memorable, perfect. And the whole soundtrack was awesome as well. Here are my favorite scenes in order...
1. Halloween 2. Nightmare on Elm Street 3. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 4. Psycho 5. Hellraiser 6. Wishmaster 7. The Ugly 8. Puppetmaster 9. Phantasm 10. Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday 11. The Dentist 12. I Know What You Did Last Summer 13. Child's Play 2 14. Scream 15. Candyman 16. The Guardian 17. Leprechan
My only advice? Avoid "Leprechan", but definately check out the Top 10 on the list.
Almost perfect, could of gotten rid of some boogeymen (*cough* Camilia and Leprechan! *cough*) but great.
The Lizzie McGuire Movie (2003)
Watched it only for Alex Borstien
Why? Because she was one "Family Guy", one of the greatest animated comedy series, ever. But Why did she want to do this?
I didn't honestly know that all 8th grade graduating classes go to Italy for graduation.
I basically hated the plot of the film, the dry, dry, dry plot. I hate Hilary Duff period.
Surviving Nugent (2003)
Ted Nugent Rocks!
"Surviving Nugent" is probably my favorite (and only) reality TV show on TV. 8 people are sent to Nugent's house (complete with the hunting fields) and have to survive Nugent's wild games and his family. Sometimes, I'm egging on Ted Nugent to torture the vegan freak, because he showed no mercy or pity for her whining about killing animals and eating meat, and that ROCKED!
Go Ted Nugent!!
Wow, I saw this only a year ago, and it still affects me. This is one of the films where it grabbed my attention and made me see reality in other countries. Central America is one scary place. Because of the film's impact on me, it has made me join Amnesty International. Great film, disturbing, but truly amazing..... 9/10
Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)
One of the greatest adventure films I have ever seen. Period. 10/10 stars
A REVIEW OF "RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK"
Dr. Henry "Indiana" Jones Jr. (played by the sexy Harrison Ford) is a archelogist teacher at a university (who can forget the girl with "I Love You" on her eyes?). But at night, or during his days off, he is a hero, searching for treasure, fighting the bad guys, and getting the girl.
In the first movie of the series, Indiana looks for the ark, which hides the 10 commandments, before the Nazis do. During this havoc, he find Mariom, an old fling and Sallah, who becomes his partner.
I'm 15 years old, and this was one of the movies I ever saw for the first time. I remember the most memorable part being the beginning part and being so amazed and IN LOVE with Harrison that moment, which lead to an unhealthy obsession (which continues). He was amazing in "Star Wars" as Han Solo, but as Indiana Jones? DAAAAAAAMN!!! What is so cool about Indiana that he haas weaknesses that we can relate to.
Amazing movie, 10/10. One of the greatest movies. What else can I say?
I'm still laughing.
I saw this on Comedy Central after my older brother recommended it to me and my mother. I was laughing so hard, I have never laughed like that since Robin Williams Live on Broadway. The sketch with the phone numbers, and the Hallmark woman were the funniest. Kevin James is soooo funny!
Thank God, it got cancelled. Because I didn't want to lose the last remaining brain cells I had.
I swear to God, I felt so dumb for watching this show. I mean, who can really stand a show all about "popular" girls who worry only about friggin' hair, makeup, and sex?! This what I hate about this generation. We can't live on our lives on our own, so we rely on "reality" shows to do the living. That's why America's so damn obsese. We are not this pathetic characters "Mary Cherry", or "Tuna Fish", or whatever their names are. Here's a show for you: "The __________ (insert your name) Show". Here's what it's about=YOU LIVING LIFE!!! NOT OTHER PEOPLE DOING IT FOR YOU!!!
Overall....2/10, because Sara Rue is a good actress.
Can Santa Outdo Aliens and Pia Zadora???
For most that don't know, this was Pia Zadora's first taste of making bad decisions for BAD MOVIES.
This movie was kind of confusing. Especially the part where Santa names the reindeer (I didn't know Nixon was a reindeer). This ain't no "Miracle of 34th Street" I'll tell you that.
The Ring (2002)
Not as scary as people say, but pretty creepy.
THE RING: ***/****
I thought this movie wasn't as scary as everyone said, but some of the images and the video itself gave me goosebumps all over. I haven't gotten goosebumps like that since "The Sixth Sense". But I'll tell you this: I can't look at white rings the same way again.