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A Bomb in the Lasagna: Reassessing 'Friday the 13th (1980)'

I watched Friday the 13th for the first time four years ago. I did not care for it. A devotee to Halloween and to John Carpenter in general, my initial viewing left the impression of a mostly forgettable Carpenter rip-off remarkable only in the inexplicable way it somehow launched a spat of bad sequels almost every single year for the next decade (though… 923 more words

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Blog Post #4 (Hi I'm Chuckie. Wanna Play?)

Hello once more my little ghouls,

Alright for a quick recap, I started off with how I came into the world of horror films. For my next post I took a step back to talk a little bit about some of the greats that completely made a huge difference in the genres of horror. 902 more words

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TOMB OF NOSTALGIA: DR. GIGGLES (1992)

DR. GIGGLES (1992)

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Dr. Giggles may have been released in 1992 but, is very 80s from it’s look and feel to the metal tune blasting during the end credits…though sadly it reflects the exhaustion of the 80s slasher trend more than anything else. 697 more words

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Blog post #2 (" I'm your biggest fan.")

Hello again my little ghouls,

So to start off, last time I was talking about how I found a new way of looking at things through horror and a little bit on how it impacted my life. 750 more words

Horror Movies

Blog Post #1 ("What's your favortie scary movie?")

Hello Everyone,

To start off I will introduce myself. My name is Joshua, I am a student in college with a passion for many things in life. 473 more words

Horror Movies

TOMB OF NOSTALGIA: THE SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE (1982)

THE SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE (1982)

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Not one to leave any stone unturned, Roger Corman’s New World Pictures entered the slasher fray with this fun and bloody tale of a madman slaughtering his way through a slumber party. 591 more words

Tomb Of Nostalgia