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where did you see fright night?
btw everyone knows aboy the cameo XD

I got free passes from a friend. I am sure not everyone knows about the cameo ;)

Review — Friends With Benefits

I have to say I don’t typically watch movies like this. I am not a love story kind of girl…I could explain why, but no one has that much time. Most people say this is a ripoff of No Strings Attached. Which I am sure it is if I had seen that movie, but I haven’t because I don’t like Ashton Kutcher…and that reasoning would take even longer to explain. 

This movie was funny, raunchy and relate able in the sense that at times this is how both girls and boys act in relationships. The outcome is predictable, but getting there was fun. Mila Kunis is on my official girly crush list and I can now tolerate Justin Timberlake, which in this movie he was quite charming. Woody Harrelson balances out the movie with his over the top character. Overall this is a chick flick sure guys will enjoy the side boob action that Mila offers, but her ass that was shown was a stunt double (sorry boys). Leave your man at home and take the girls, you will enjoy it more.

In case you need it ——-> Synopsis of Friends with Benefits

3 out of 4 zombie heads

Fright Night Review- Spoiler Free

As a horror nerd there is always a roll of the eyes from me when I hear a horror movie is being remade. I go into the typical rant of “XYZ movie does not need a remake” “Has Hollywood run out of ideas” “Leave my movies alone” and so on. Granted not all horror remakes are bad I have enjoyed several. The key to making a good horror remake is to pay homage to the original in a way that is new and clever and not in a mocking tone. 

I have to say I was pleasantly surprised with this remake and throughly enjoyed it…even in 3D. All the things you loved about the original are brought into this remake with a little bit of a twist, but still kept their meaning and feeling from the original. Anton Yelchin played a great Charlie Brewster, Christopher Mintz-Plasse brought some great humor to “Evil”, Colin Farrell did well as Jerry the vampire living next door and I have to say I now understand the charm of David Tennant in his portrayal of Peter Vincent. I won’t spoil it for you, but there is a great cameo.

In case you need it —-> Synposis of Fright Night

5 out of 5 Zombie Heads

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Hatchet II (2010)

Marybeth escapes the clutches of the bayou-butcher Victor Crowley and returns to the swamp with an army of hunters and gunmen, determined to end Crowley’s reign of horror once and for all.

Tears of fucking joy, Director Adam Green returns for round fuckin’ 2 of dismemberment and violence. Intestines decapitate… and the legend returns! A film definitely (100%) made for 80s slasher horror fans.

When myth/legend comes to life in the bayou. A Hunting party is requisitioned to hunt down the monstrous killer - you dumb fucks. A B-ish homage to 80s slasher flicks part 2. Typical… the meat/point of the film is in the kill scenes and gore. Simple and fun!

I enjoyed: the hunting party characters getting along, the return of “Reverend Zombie” Tony Todd aka Candyman (1992), buckets of blood, the (i thought was funny as hell) rigor mortis scene, mutilation, hatchet to the crotch and the horror (movie) creature theory, labeled as a “repeater” aka an unstoppable monster/villain who keeps coming back for more.

The spooky environment and the natural threats of the location add to the thrill. True to the 1st film, but not as good. 

80s special effects-ish gore. And then a “Holy Shit! BMF chainsaw” is introduced, this just flew to the stratosphere, my smile was from ear to ear. Possibly the dumbest or sickest attempt at/inspired by exaggerated Asian horror.

So many “Captain Picard *facepalm*” moments. So happy I had a beer while watching.

Towards the end it became a violent and brutal action flick, a little too much confrontation. For a sequel this was “ok”. Fun and dumb.

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Case 39

This movie stars Renee Zwelleger as a well meaning social worker named Emily who receives her 39th case. She believes that the child in question Lillithan is being neglected by her parents. But, there is always more to the story.

This was better than I thought it would be. I has happy that it was Rated R because most horror movies these days are PG-13. But, after watching this I really don’t know why it was Rated R? I have seen far more gruesome stuff on the SyFy Channel.

The pace of the movie was a bit long and dragged in certain parts. It had a really good premise and I think with some better editing this could have been a more solid film. The acting was solid and the mood was good, but I still felt like it was missing something. The supernatural mood of the film played well but I think the obvious cliques used brought the movie down.

Overall it was a middle of the road kind of movie, not insanely good, but not really to bad. It is at least worth a rent.

Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D

I have enjoyed (most) of the Resident Evil series. I have always been a big fan of the zombie genre so these are always my kind of movies. With that being said…

This is the 4th installment in the Resident Evil series. Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D was filmed in 3D (obviously) and that is where it all went wrong. We find Alice entering the Umbrella Corporation to exact revenge on the company for starting the Zombie Apocalypse. The opening fight scene was great, but the rest of the movie goes downhill from there. Alice barely escapes and heads out to Arcadia where they are claiming no infection, food, shelter and safety. On her journey she is reunited with Claire and several other people. They all look for safety, people die, zombies die, there are a few fight scenes and then it ends. Plot you say…not really sure there really is one.

I have to say I was majorly disappointed in this movie. I wanted to really love it, but there were too many flaws that couldn’t be ignored.

The acting was flat and unemotional which is very strange because I have seen these actors in other movies and they did very well. The main bad guy did his very best to channel Hugo Weaving and failed miserably.

The direction and editing were terrible. Scenes didn’t flow well together and transition from scene to scene was done rather poorly.

I understand fight sequences are chorographed, but I am pretty sure I could see Millia literally counting the steps in her head. The fighting was to short and to easy for an end result. 2 punches your down and the character moves on.

My major complaint was the slow motion of the fight sequences. They were unnecessary and really took away from what could have been a really good fight scene.

The fact it was filmed in 3D made it look cheap and cheesy. Which really should have been the opposite effect. I watched this movie in blu ray and I could see every time a green screen was used and I swear I could see the harness they used in the fight scenes.

Overall this was a lackluster 4th installment in this franchise. This series should have ended with the 3rd (actually the 1st) and should have never considered a 4th installment. For a zombie movie, zombies were rarely shown. Maybe it was because the director was to busy stealing from The Matrix, Blade II and The Thing to worry about other details of the movie.

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