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Is Friday the 13th Part 2 better than the original?

Today 35 years ago came the sequel that would pave the way for the slasher boom of the early 1980’s, Friday the 13th Part 2. 430 more words

Day Of The Dead (2008)

A group of survivors and military personnel attempt an escape from a small town suffering an outbreak of a deadly virus that turns the inhabitants into flesh eating creatures. 250 more words

Film

Warlock (1989) Review

After watching the wonderful, thoughtful colonial period piece The Witch, I thought I’d sit down with a decidedly different take on 17th century sorcery: 1989s cult favourite  406 more words

Movie Reviews

Profile Response: Steve Miner, Lime Rock, Medford, OR

“My job here is to take us out of Hollywood and into industrial markets.” One glance at the movie posters that line Lime Rock’s front offices reinforces the company’s Hollywood pedigree. 526 more words

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Profile Response: Dorothy and Steve Miner, Ashland, OR

Despite my attempt not to draw conclusions across people I talk with until my journey is over, some themes are so striking they cannot be ignored. 677 more words

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The Night He Goes to School (Halloween H20, 1998)

By 1997, slashers had almost seemed like a dead genre. Frankly, Halloween 6 could have been the death bell. Yet, 1996 was also the year that slasher pics got a shot in the arm. 820 more words

Horror

Lets Go Camping Part 3D (Friday the 13th Part 3, 1982)

Part three is in 3-D and you know what that means… long drawn out scenes with people pushing things towards the camera. They dump the plot of camp counselors trying to reopen the camp this time around. 596 more words

Horror