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Friday the 13th Part II (1981)

Still no hockey mask but at least Jason does get to be the killer this time around. I think he does in fact get to assume his iconic look in the third one, so we’re slowly getting there. 438 more words

Watched Movie

Let's finally discuss what happened with Jamie Lee Curtis.

Okay, so yeah. Looks like I went on one of those little disappearing spells I’m prone to do with this blog from time to time. Other than a brief snippet of joy this morning announcing that… 1,520 more words

Horror

Friday the 13th Part 3 (1982)

Director: Steve Miner

Starring: Dana Kimmell, Paul Kratka, Tracie Savage, Jeffrey Rogers, Catherine Parks, Larry Zerner, David Katims, Rachel Howard, Richard Brooker

In three different eras now, Hollywood has pulled out the 3-D gimmick for movies: the 1950’s, the 1980’s, and its current incarnation.  1,188 more words

Movie Review

Friday the 13th Part 3 (3D) (1982)

Directed by Steve Miner.  Written by Martin Kitrosser and Carol Watson.  Starring Richard Brooker as Jason.

Plot: Jason’s back at it, really trying to cement the fact that teenagers will die if they come near Crystal Lake… 159 more words

Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)

Directed by Steve Miner.  Written by Ron Kurz.  Starring Amy Steel, Stu Charno and Warrinton Gillete as Jason.

Plot: Jason’s grown now and he’s avenging his mother’s death and killing anyone who comes near his sacred camp ground… 281 more words

Hidden Treasures - Warlock

1691, Boston, a Warlock (Sands) is imprisoned pending execution by burning “over a basket of living cats”. The Warlock has been captured by witch hunter Giles Redferne (Grant), however on the eve of the execution he is able to escape, disappearing into a magical vortex. 574 more words

Movies

Movie Review: Warlock (1989)

Warlock – a man who practices witchcraft; a sorcerer.

Warlock is another one of those movies that falls in the category of “movies I was probably too young to be watching” but regardless of this, I still watched the film and have some pretty fond memories of it. 987 more words

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