Before watching the movie:
I always thought this had something to do with a Bill Cosby book that doesn’t seem to actually exist. I’m probably thinking of a section of 619 more words
This is the movie that firmly cemented heartthrob actor Johnny Depp’s teen-idol “creds,” and with good reason. Sensitive and scarred, the impressionable Edward (charmingly played by Depp) is the scissor-handed Figaro for the laid-back California set — in actuality, the movie was filmed in Central Florida, sort of a return to Johnny and director Tim Burton’s small-town roots. 545 more words
(Originally published in November 2012)
A movie completely trapped in the 1980s, but it is great entertainment!
When a mother and her two sons move to California the eldest son Michael becomes fascinated by a group of bikers and the girl in their midst, while his younger brother meets two strange boys who are convinced a coven of vampires are the cause behind their town’s missing children. 221 more words
October is Halloween movie month! Having been completely deprived of any kind of Halloween experience growing up, I now spend 31 days celebrating with film and TV. 1,598 more words
“My own brother, a goddamn, shit-sucking vampire. You wait ’till mom finds out, buddy!”
The older a movie gets, the more inclined it is to fall into one of two categories. 593 more words
The Lost Boys is one of those movies that I have carried with me from youth to my middle age. One of those movies that I have never forgotten and one of those movies that I will watch ever single chance that I can. 504 more words
Just re-watched the 1998 classic Practical Magic. So. good.
It’s actually a very dark story about death, abusive relationships, and a murder investigation. But somehow it is a fun-filled magical film about the power of women, especially when they work together. 494 more words