Monthly Archives: March 2008

April Fool’s Day (2008)

the original april fool’s day (1986) was not a huge success, and this is often blamed on its rather lame ending wherein it’s revealed that none of the murders actually happened. nothing pisses off an audience more than finding out … Continue reading

Play The Mist for Me

stephen king’s the mist hit dvd this week in a regular single disc and a two-disc collector’s edition. i would overwhelmingly recommend getting the latter as the second disc contains the entire film as frank darabont originally intended — in … Continue reading

Scarecrows (1988)

corey’s thoughts… before we get to anything else… let me state a fact. scarecrows are freakin’ awesome. it’s a shame that they don’t appear in horror films more often and that when they do, they’re usually used ineffectively (yes, i’m … Continue reading

42nd Street Forever

i quite accidentally came across a dvd series that i think that anyone who reads this site would appreciate. 42nd street forever is a collection of exploitation film trailers from the 60s, 70s and 80s. each of the (currently 3) … Continue reading

A Nightmare on Elm Street: 10 Pointless Observations

there’s really nothing i could say about a nightmare on elm street within a traditional review framework that would be new or interesting. the last thing anyone needs is another long diatribe about how important this film is or yet … Continue reading