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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


Let's Go Camping Part 2 (Friday the 13th Part 2, 1981)

Part two shows us that Jason is still alive and stomping around Camp Crystal Lake, killing random people. Mainly folks no one would miss, you know, like the town sheriff and the Official Crazy Old Guy from the first film. 373 more words


Creature Feature Wednesdays: Feeding cows to crocs in 'Lake Placid'

Following the creature-feature recipe to a T, Lake Placid succeeds as a late-’90s guilty pleasure, starring a perfect set of ’90s actors: Bridget Fonda ( 506 more words

Guilty Pleasures: Lake Placid (1999)

Comedy, Horror

16th July 1999 – 82 Minutes – IMDB Rating: 5.6

“From the creator of Ally McBeal, David E. Kelley, comes this tale of non-stop, spine-tingling terror and ferociously funny comedy. 807 more words


Friday the 13th Part III (1982, Steve Miner)

Friday the 13th Part III is shockingly inept. Director Miner has a number of bad habits, some related to the film being done in 3-D, some just with how he composes the widescreen frame. 322 more words


Movie Review: Lake Placid

A bloody death on a lake in Maine causes investigators to look into the possibility of a crocodile on a killing spree. 660 more words

Movie Review

Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981, Steve Miner)

When director Miner finally does a decent sequence in Friday the 13th Part 2, it comes as something of a surprise. Amy Steel is on the run from the masked killer and, even though it’s stupid, it’s somewhat effective. 314 more words