Thursday, April 30, 2009

Crappy movie reviews Thursday: Joseph Clark's Massacre (2002)

Jeff (Joseph Clark) plans a weekend camping trip with his "friends" to help him get away and make sense of his problems, little does he know that the rest of his friends have similar problems. Jeff ends up freaking out (for no reason) and slaughters everyone one at a time. When none of the deaths make sense to him or his last remaining friend he then realizes a terrifying fact as his friend tells him exactly what has been happening.

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Crash's most recent Part III.

Check out the rest of the pics here; I think these were made from JDF's clear PTEG blanks. As always, probably the most screen accurate that I have seen ever.

If you want a clear PTEG blank, hit JDF up; his turn-around time is much faster than other people providing the clear blanks and is so worth it!


These were not made by JDF's clear blanks, but he still does up some nice ones!)

Friday, April 24, 2009

H2, HD trailer!

H2 trailer.

The Weinstein Company went Nazi on YouTube and had every and all H2 trailers removed, however here is a link to one hosted on a foreign server. Still, I think this one looks more promising than the remake, and hopefully it is better. People are still tripping over the fact there will/may be a maskless Myers in this film and that's sort of funny. I do understand the iconicness of the white mask, but at the same time it has been said that he will get another mak by the end of the film so... who gives a fuck? Halloween had an unmasked Myers where his face was shown and this will be no different in that aspect fo fucking get over it already.

Friday, April 17, 2009

Fan Film Friday: The Best Damn Sequel Period.

For the people who are not familiar with Braxtan Films, here's a rundown: they have made the best fan films from day one and continue to this day. Some of their more popular fan films are Friday The 13th: Again!, Freddy Vs The Ghostbusters and Return Of The Ghostbusters. This film-- The Best Damn Sequel Period is certainly not their best, but for first time viewers it really serves a lot of amusement. It's really hard to even comment negatively or positively on it because it is what it is... just a short, funny fan film.

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Great David Katims interview.

It's from one of the more old school Friday The 13th websites out there, one of the best of it's day- if not the best. This interview was done up by the one and only Erik Nash.

Friday, April 10, 2009

Fan Film Friday: The Legend Of The Woods

Okay now, you know me-- I tell you like it is when it comes to fan films. This review won't be any different and rest assured I will spare no tears on this pile of dung. Yeah, yeah, I know-- this movie was made by kids, but House Of The Dead was made by a very experienced director... and some people will understand where I am going with this.

This movie starts off with some chode walking backwards in the woods and what do ya know... he walks into Jason... well what supposed to be Jason. The Jason we have in this opus of crap is wearing a red flannel jacket with what seems to be a Styrofoam plate fashioned into a hockey mask. But, let's not forget the awesome chain chilling on Jason's shoulders-- you know, so we know that this is the same Jason from Friday The 13th Part 7. So, he dies and then we cut to some kid and an ex-gangster from the gheto black kid reminiscing about how the town used to be cool... or something.

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Friday The 13th 2009 hurdling towards 90 million worldwide!

According to here are the figures for Friday The 13th 2009:

Domestic: $64,896,850 72.9%
+ Foreign: $24,112,932 27.1%
= Worldwide: $89,009,782

If you want to keep up with these totals, HALLOWEENY on the Friday The 13th Forum has been doing daily posts to keep us up to date in this thread. I'd love to see this movie get to $100 million, but let's be honest-- that will never happen. Ninety-million is a good figure, and it passes Rob Zombie's opus of shit-- Halloween quite easily. Take that Rob, you Friday The 13th-hating motherfucker.

Oh yeah, while you are here read and add my personal blog!

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Troma to release never before seen Director's Cut of "Combat Shock"!

For fans of Combat Shock, this is a really awesome surprise. Combat Shock has the feel of a VanBebber film with some imagery of Richard Kern's early short films with the devastating atmosphere of movies like Full-Metal Jacket and Jacob's Ladder.

This baby is loaded with never before seen extras like:
  • American Nightmares (100 min): Never Before Seen Director's Cut
  • 90 minute "Troma Cut" with commentary tracks
  • 40 minute making of featurette
  • Interview with director Buddy Giovinazzo

And a lot more!

Saturday, April 4, 2009

The Creepy Kentuckian & Dead Pit say goodby to Lou.

Fangoria #44: More "A New Beginning" love.

So, since my other Fangoria post featuring "A New Beginning" got so many clicks, here is another issue featuring the gore from the movie. One of the most memorable things of my youth was cracking open these Fangorias and seeing my favorite horror movies' behind the scene and gore pictures way before I was even able to watch the movie. What a tease it was!

Friday, April 3, 2009

Lou Perryman murdered-- sad, sad news.

Horrible, horrible fucking news.

From Shock Til You Drop: received the news this morning that Texas-born actor Lou Perryman passed away on April 1st.

Fan Film Friday: The Woods

The next shoot was another full day where we shot some key scenes with Jenn and her death, as well as some other scenes with Shawn. All went off without a hitch-- Jenn was a great actor! This really got me excited for things to come. So, we took a few weeks off and I shot a short with both Jenn and Amber called "Help Me" and I was very surprised how great of an actor both Jenn and Amber were.

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Before there was Jason there was... Dave Parker?

Pittsburgh Pirates' Dave Parker
So, I have always thought that this was an interesting story. Being 32, I never got to see ex-Major Leaguer Dave Parker until his World Series run with the Oakland Athletics in the late 80's and early 90's. In 1978 Parker broke his jaw and cheekbone and when he returned to the lineup he wore an assortment of masks, one being an old style hockey mask-- Jason would have been jealous!