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NIGHTBLADE: A fast paced, exciting romp through a world of crime and murder!
I had the opportunity to attend the Nashville premiere of NIGHTBLADE and I was really excited to see this movie on the big screen. From Jim O'Rear and Scott Tepperman, a fantastic film-making duo, NIGHTBLADE was a fun, thrilling ride that kept me intrigued from the opening frame to the closing credits!
The film opens with some stellar aerial photography of Nashville and really sets the tone for the film. We are quickly introduced to our main characters; Andy (Scott Tepperman) and Nicky (Jim O'Rear) who play a pair of childhood friends who went their separate ways as they grew up. Andy is a cop, whose family was killed, and Nicky is the owner of a strip-club called the Pleasure Dome. Some time later, the men are partners at the club and get in some trouble with money. When a series of murders takes place involving the women who work at the club, a series of events is set into motion that intertwines the stories of other various characters and delivers a very surprising twist at the end.
There is a great ensemble cast in the film: Old pro Todd Bridges (Diff'rent Strokes) is great as the grizzled detective on the case, the beautiful and very talent Betsy Rue (My Bloody Valentine) plays the lead heroine, who you really root for as the movie progresses and the awesome Robert LaSardo (Death Race) plays a thug who may or may not be involved in the murder conspiracy.
Jim O'Rear and Scott Tepperman both do great jobs in their roles, playing very flawed characters who are believable as friends who are torn apart as the movie progresses.
I was very impressed with the film and I hope to see many, many more productions by these men. It was a great time to check this film out on its premiere night.
Camp Blood 666 (2016)
One of the best entries in the series!
"Camp Blood" is a long-running SOV horror film series that began in 1999. There are six films altogether, including the newest addition to the franchise, "Camp Blood 666." The new film stars horror legends George Stover (Nightbeast, The Alien Factor) and Tina Krause (Witchouse III), as well as some up-and-coming performers. The film was directed by Ted Moehring.
The movie revolves around the disappearance of a local boy and his sister's efforts to locate him inside Camp Blood. The sheriff's department is not much help in locating the boy and locals believe it has something to do the occult and the evil clowns of Camp Blood.
I really enjoyed several aspects to the movie. The cinematography was nice and the movie looks good. Most of the performers did a really solid job and the two leads played off of each other nicely; their relationship was believable and they are the strongest lead characters since the first two movies. George Stover is always awesome and his role as the concerned father of the missing boy is very strong and dramatic. The sound quality on the film was good, but sometimes the music was too loud to hear what people were saying. This was the only real complaint I had with the film. Other than this, I really, really dug the movie and the cool gore f/x it provided. The clown mask is also the best in the series since the first film! Very creepy
If this series continues, I hope Moehring continues in the role of director. He did a very nice job and I look forward to seeing "Camp Blood 7" with him at the helm.