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Mon, 16 Apr 2012 17:02:00 +0000

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N is for Nicolas Cage

Mon, 16 Apr 2012 07:41:00 +0000

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Love him or hate him, you can't deny that he is frigging hilarious!

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UNSUNG HORRORS: STIR OF ECHOES

Sun, 15 Apr 2012 04:43:00 +0000

Every once in a while, a genuinely great horror movie—one that would rightfully be considered a classic, had it gotten more exposure and love at the box office—makes an appearance. It comes, no one notices, and it goes. But movies like this are important. They need to be treasured and remembered. If intelligent, original horror is supported, then that's what we'll begin to receive, in droves. We need to make these movies a part of the legendary genre we hold so dear. Because these are the unsung horrors. These are the movies that should have been successful, but were instead ignored. They should be rightfully praised for the freshness and intelligence and craft that they have contributed to our genre.So, better late than never, we’re going to celebrate them now… one at a time.Dir. David Koepp1999Artisan EntertainmentUnited StatesIn a previous Unsung Horrors post, I lamented the fact that Copycat had been completely overshadowed its debut weekend at the box office after falling victim to the similarly-themed but heavily star-powered serial thriller Se7en. A similar fate also befell this film from Spielberg stalwart/go-to screenwriter David Koepp, adapting Richard Matheson’s simple novel of the same name to the big screen. Released by the now defunct Artisan Entertainment, Stir of Echoes had the extreme misfortune to open against soon-to-be juggernaut The Sixth Sense. And while M. Night Shyamalan’s film debut was nothing more than a rip-off of an "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" episode, Stir of Echoes was based on a book already forty years old at that point. Frankly I find that a little sad, given the high prestige only one of these spooky films would go on to enjoy. While The Sixth Sense is not a bad film – not at all – would anyone remember it if not for the pushing-it twist ending? The jury’s still out on that one.Tom Witzky (Kevin Bacon) is your every man. And he knows it. And he doesn't love it. He has a wife, Maggie (the adorable Kathryn Erbe), and son, Jake (Zachary David Cope), he clearly loves, but also a job where he "clips wires all day; a monkey could do it." Even when his wife tells him she's pregnant, his happiness is genuine, but delayed. His initial reaction? "Bummer." And again, it's not like he doesn't love and want his family, but his presence in his little-mentioned band suggests he may have wanted more for himself. He betrays this notion by admitting to his wife that he had wanted to accomplish more with his life – that he didn't expect to be so ordinary. And with this news of his wife's pregnancy, what is supposed to be joyous news instead reinforces the idea that his chances to be anything more than a husband and father are slipping away. "I'm a happy guy," he says, but doesn't altogether mean it, and it's a little saddening. This isn't just idle chatter, nor an attempt to garner false sympathy for our lead. This is important to know about Tom Witzky right up front, because it will ultimately determine how he reacts to the change that is soon to come.Despite Tom's misgivings, life isn't so bad for the Witzkys. Their rented house, owned by their neighbor and friend Harry Damon (Conor O'Farrell) is clean and cozy. They are surrounded by good friends, including Frank McCarthy (Kevin Dunn) and his wife, Sheila. They live in Chicago, but despite the elevated train and police officers' uniforms, it feels like Boston. (It could be the tight knit community and the seemingly constant outdoor block parties, or the extra enthusiasm for the local high school football team that gives off more of a Boston vibe. Or maybe I just don't know shit about Chicago.)At a party, Lisa begins to tell her friends about her experiences with hypnosis, and the things she has witnessed for herself. Tom, feeling good with his gut full of beer, challenges Lisa to hypnotize him, even going as far as to antagonize her into it. [...]



TEOS RECOMMENDS:

Sat, 14 Apr 2012 20:35:00 +0000

 In my experience, not many movies live up to the hype. And Cabin in the Woods was built on years of hype - not just because of the amazing reviews it is receiving, but because this movie was announced, shot, and completed immediately after Cloverfied hit theaters, which was written by Drew Goddard, Cabin's co-writer/director. It was then shelved by MGM due to its woes. (Early teaser posters are below, baring the MGM logo and the movie's original release date.)Cabin in the Woods, now coming to you courtesy of new owner Lionsgate Films, is so completely worth the hype. Normally I would post a trailer, but I won't. You need to go in fresh. And you need to go in knowing that this movie was a love letter to horror fans. It was written by us, for us. As a friend of mine put it, Cabin in the Woods pokes fun at the familiar tropes of the horror genre, but never in a mean-spirited manner.Some folks are saying Cabin in the Woods does for the supernatural/"cabin in the woods" genre what Scream did for the slasher genre. In my mind, Cabin in the Woods is the superior film, because unlike Scream, it never falls victim to the traits it is trying to lampoon.Plus it has a fucking wicked cameo.I'm curious: if you saw it, do you think it was worth the hype? I'd love to know. [...]



M is for Movies

Sat, 14 Apr 2012 12:58:00 +0000

Snuggling up with Paul and watching a movie is one of my favourite past times. It's just so cosy and relaxing!Most of my favourite films however are not critically acclaimed but that does not matter to me for I love them and that's all that matters. So here is a list of my Top Ten feel-good films, I hope you enjoy them just as much as I do!National TreasureStardustHow To Train Your DragonThe Count Of Monte CristoThe Man In The Iron MaskPrince Of Persia: The Sands Of TimeThe RockTriple XA Knight's TaleThe Lion King 2[...]



L is for LOL Cats

Fri, 13 Apr 2012 07:32:00 +0000

Have I committed a cardinal sin by posting about LOL Cats?If I have, I don't rightly care because the following pictures are hilarious! To me anyway, but I hope you enjoy them too![...]



SHITTY FLICKS: JASON GOES TO HELL: THE FINAL FRIDAY

Fri, 13 Apr 2012 04:00:00 +0000

Shitty Flicks is an ongoing column that celebrates the most hilariously incompetent, amusingly pedestrian, and mind-bogglingly stupid movies ever made by people with a bit of money, some prior porn-directing experience, and no clue whatsoever. It is here you will find unrestrained joy in movies meant to terrify and thrill, but instead poke at your funny bone with their weird, mutant camp-girl penis. WARNING: I tend to give away major plot points and twist endings in my reviews because, whatever. Shut up.Abraham Lincoln’s last words were “Jason Goes to Hell is the biggest piece of shit in the world. And even though this bearded Confederate fuck is about to blow my head off, I want it on record that these were my last words: that Jason Goes to Hell is the biggest piece of shit in the world.”He wasn’t kidding, folks. But before we get to reviewin’, let’s start with some history.In 1980, a really cheap and simply-made horror movie, starring that guy who played the prep in National Lampoon’s Animal House, came out during the summer season. Its name was Friday the 13th, and its path to filmdom was paved when that movie’s screenwriter received a call from that movie’s director saying, “Halloween is making a lot of money, let’s rip it off.”Actual quote.Lineage be damned, Friday the 13th, the nothing-special-but-still-competently-made summer camp slasher movie, was released, and it was greeted by lines around the block, enthusiastic fans, and abysmal reviews.One year later, Friday the 13th: Part 2 (originally simply titled "Jason") was released and introduced the world to the killer who took over for mama and made his name synonymous with Friday the 13th.Paramount, though ashamed of the series, cranked these suckers out one after another on a yearly basis until 1988’s Jason Takes Manhattan, which due to poor box office, signaled the end of Paramount’s relationship with the hulked-out, rotting, retarded mongoloid known as Jason Voorhees.Enter New Line Cinema in 1992. The rights to the series expired and New Line snapped them up, thus paving the way for Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday, whose status as the most absurd entry in the franchise remains unchallenged to date.So, for clarification:June 13th, 1980: Mrs. Voorhees kills counselors, blaming them for the drowning death of her son, Jason.August 13, 1993: Jason, having inexplicably been resurrected after his toxic waste exorcism at the end of the previous film and having retaken residence at Crystal Lake, is lured out into a field by an FBI agent in a bath towel, is blown up by a SWAT team, and has his heart eaten by a coroner, which leads to his spirit possessing the bodies of several people by way of regurgitating a giant worm demon thing into their unwilling mouths, his ultimate goal being to wriggle inside the vagina of his dead sister in order to be reborn in his meaty, stinky, lumpy, hockey-mask-wearing, machete-grasping body.Yikes. And that happened in just thirteen years. (GASP—THIRTEEN!!)"Hello, Space. ::narrows eyes:: See you soon..."FBI Agent Elizabeth Marcus—undercover, naturally—shows up onsite at the former residence of the Voorhees family home in Camp Crystal Lake, NJ. Elizabeth walks into a cabin, flips a switch, and a light bulb sparks to life momentarily before pooping out and coating itself in brown goo, which is something I must say I’ve never seen a light bulb do. She then strips down, revealing her very unsexy and masculine body, to take a shower.I’ll give her credit for knowing what draws Jason out.Sho'nuff, Jason shows up, attacks her with his trusty machete, and sends her hurtling down over the balcony to crash into a coffee table.Jason, despite the presence of the brutally brilliant KNB EFX, looks the absolute worst [...]



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Thu, 12 Apr 2012 15:18:00 +0000

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K is for Kids

Thu, 12 Apr 2012 07:50:00 +0000

I've worked with kids of various ages due to training as a classroom assistant a few years ago and my favourite age group has got to be 6-7 year olds. They are just plain hilarious! I really really miss the kids I had the pleasure of working with and just hope that they miss me a little bit too. Though I'm sure they've completely forgotton about me by now.If I'm lucky enough, I'd love to have my own kids someday. I'm insanely curious as to what they will look like and what their personalities will be like too. I even have a list of potential names lined up! I'm not the only one to have thought about this... right?[...]



RANT: PLATINUM DUNES' HALLOWEEN

Wed, 11 Apr 2012 18:45:00 +0000

  Perhaps you’ve heard the news. Perhaps not. If you haven’t, allow me to spoil (?) your day:Platinum Dunes, the studio who castrated Jason Voorhees, Freddy Krueger, and John Ryder with their lifeless and atrocious reboots (you know that word? Reboot? Meaning an effort to restart each series with an eye on potential sequeling, unless of course the reboots were so piss-poor that any possible sequel was stopped dead in its tracks?), will be producing the next installment of Halloween. Whether it will be a co-production with current rights-holder Dimension Films/The Weinstein Company, or if PD plans to buy the franchise outright remains to be seen.Regardless of the studio that unleashes it, know that it’s coming, people. The words “Halloween” and “Michael Bay” will be appearing together in that opening credit roll. But to be honest, I’m not entirely sure how to feel about that. If you’ve read my Friday the 13th (2009) rant, you know that I found PD’s version of Jason abhorrent—offensive on every level, and not in the good way. Let’s face it, you’ve made a pretty shitty Friday the 13th if you can’t even manage to get a sequel off the ground—you know, like how the original series had the word “Final” in TWO of their entries’ titles, and STILL managed to make sequels afterwards?Original series: 11 installments.PD series: 1. Good work, you dumb asses. Failing to make a Friday the 13th sequel after the previous made money is like buying a prostitute and not getting laid. You look foolish for even trying.It’s because of this that my readers (all two of you) would think that I would be immediately up in arms at the mere prospect of the PD geniuses going anywhere near my beloved boogeyman.But here’s the thing: after what Rob Zombie did to the Halloween series, what else is left to do but hand over the reins to other filmmakers (and even other studios)? The Weinsteins clearly have no reverence for Michael Myers—during their ownership, they’ve produced 5 Halloween films, and only one of them (Halloween: H20) managed to be good, which was more of a result of Kevin Williamson’s story and Jamie Lee Curtis’ maternal shepherding. The Weinsteins’ Halloween track record is abysmal, and it’s time for some new blood.There’s a lot of speculation as to whether PD will concoct a Halloween 3 that follows on the heels of the stupid, stupid Haddonfield Rob Zombie created, or reboot the series yet again (which is the most likely scenario, as well as my preferred one). There are some people out there who like Zombie’s films, and some of these folks even believe they bested John Carpenter’s original. For future reference, think of these people as “retards.”For instance, the guys at JoBlo, in a recent anti-PD/pro-Zombie rant of their own, said:… [Rob Zombie] had a vision, he carried it through, he remade the first one, then did a completely original and totally kick-ass sequel with H2. Why try and reinvent the wheel here? Zombie rocked that shit, let him make another one!I find it a little scary anyone on Planet Earth has any interest in making a sequel to what was supposed to be a Halloween movie, but somehow managed to feature a dead ghost mother on a white horse, a white-bread suburban town somehow filled with backwoods, white trash, foul-mouthed rednecks, and a total asshole Dr. Loomis. The box office returns of Halloween 2 alone prove that Zombie’s shtick got old real quick. His Halloween films are clear indications that he has no idea as to what made Carpenter’s film work in the first place. Zombie’s storytelling and direction is not subtle, and his “everything-plus-the-kitchen-sink” mentalit[...]



J is for Johnny Depp

Wed, 11 Apr 2012 08:18:00 +0000

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I is for Italy

Tue, 10 Apr 2012 07:27:00 +0000

In 2009, Paul and I had our first holiday together in Italy. Despite it being the middle of summer over there, it was an amazing trip.Rome:Naples:Pompeii:[...]



H is for Harry Potter

Mon, 09 Apr 2012 08:29:00 +0000

Always...~ Severus SnapeQ1 Your favourite of the seven booksHarry Potter and the Order of the PhoenixQ2 Your favourite of the eight moviesHarry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part IIQ3 Which (if any) of the films have made you angry becaues they ignored important parts of the book?Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince because some of the details were inaccurate such as Ginny and Harry's first kiss and the burning of The Burrow which didn't actually happen in the booksQ4 Your least favourite female character and whyDolores Umbridge because she is simply a bitchQ5 Your favourite male character and whyRon because he has some of the funniest lines in the seriesQ6 Which house would you want to be in and what house do you think you'd get?I'd want to be in Gryffindor but I think I'd get RavenclawQ7 Your favourite female character and whyHermione because I used to pretend she was meQ8 What do you think would be your favourite subject at Hogwarts?Care of Magical CreaturesQ9 Your least favourite male character and whyWormtail because he was a snivelling traitorQ10 Pink one - Hallows or HorcruxesHallowsQ11 The character you relate to the mostHermioneQ12 Your favourite pairingHermione and RonQ13 Your least favourite of the eight moviesHarry Potter and the Half-Blood PrinceQ14 Pick one - Team Harry or Team VoldemortTeam HarryQ15 Who would be your best friends at Hogwarts?Luna and NevilleQ16 Your favourite professorProfessor LupinQ17 Your least favourite of the seven booksI loved them allQ18 Do you prefer the books or the films?The booksQ19 If you could meet one member of the cast, who would it be?Helena Bonham CarterQ20 If you could bring one of the characters back to life, who would you choose?Sirius - at least then Harry would have had family other than the Dursley'sQ21 Pick one - Harry Potter or TwilightHarry PotterQ22 Any parts of the books/films that made you cry?Books: Sirius' death and the revelation that Snape was good after all. Films: Snape's death and memories, Dobby's death Q23 Any particular scene you wish was in one of the films but wasn't?Harry using the Elder Wand to fix his original wandQ24 Are you happy with the epilogue?YesQ25 If you were able to use one spell without a wand, what would it be?Expecto PatronumQ26 Would you rather own the Invisibility Clock, the Resurrection Stone or the Elder Wand?The Elder WandQ27 Do you listen to Wizard Rock?NoQ28 Did you enjoy, "A Very Potter Musical"?Never watched itQ29 What animal would your Patronus be?A wolfQ30 Describe what Harry Potter means to you It means the world. It gave me a magical childhood and introduced me to books and the magic they can weave through words alone.[...]






G is for Gymnastics

Sat, 07 Apr 2012 13:02:00 +0000

I'm not really into sports but if I had to be an athlete then I'd want to be a gymnast. It just looks so beautiful and elegant! Alas, this dream will remain just that. A dream. For you have to start at a really young age in order to be that flexible and unfortunately my days of touching my toes to my forehead are long gone. Also, since doing an eight week course of gymnastics every year at school, it became quite evident that I do not possess the elegance or the skill to be a gymnast.I'm far too heavy and don't have the upper or lower body strength to fling myself around like they can. Plus jumping over the buck was way out of my capabilities...[...]



F is for Fantasy

Fri, 06 Apr 2012 11:22:00 +0000

Fantasy, is my all-time favourite genreFrom phoenixes, dragons and unicorns to fairies, elves and sorcerers. I love them all. When I read fantasy novels, I become completely absorbed in that world. So much so that I wish I lived in those worlds sometimes...The only thing I hate about Fantasy is that if it's not executed perfectly, like LOTR then it looks horribly fake, like Eragon. Oh how I wish they'd do a remake of Eragon...P.s I still haven't finished the Eragon series so please, no spoilers [...]



HEY, KNOW WHAT'S A REAL MOVIE? VOLUME TWO

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E is for Elves

Thu, 05 Apr 2012 07:12:00 +0000

If I could be anything in the world, it would be an elfTo me, elves are beautiful, elegant, graceful, intelligent and talented in everything they do. They are the main reason as to why I love archery so much as their main weapon of choice is a bow and arrow. Everytime they are mentioned in Fantasy novels, I just want to fall through the pages and enter their world. They live in the most beautiful lands imaginable and are always so respectful of nature too. I can just imagine myself being an elf, running through the trees with such speed and agility, rejoicing in my freedom... [...]



REVIEW: ABSENTIA

Wed, 04 Apr 2012 13:22:00 +0000

Absentia is a cool little movie. The story is unique, the acting is genuine, but the best part? Abundant creep. The budget was obviously small, but for such a contained story, a large one would only have been a hindrance. I love movies like this—movies that come out of nowhere and land with a soft thud on video, usually courtesy of a home video label whose other acquisitions are tepid at best. It’s a selfish thought on my part that movies like these usually suffer such horrid company, but for people like me, it only serves as a welcome surprise. (The reason I mention this: a preview for a film called Forget Me Not was in front of Asbentia, and one I eventually sought. For a film which probably had three times the budget as Absentia, it was laughably bad—a hodgepodge of all the “cool shit” from better horror films haphazardly mixed together in a silly mindless mess. It was a perfect example of movies that belong in the realm of direct-to-video. Absentia does not.)Callie (Katie Parker), during what sounds like a cross-country tour, stops in on her sister, Tricia (Courtney Bell). Tricia is very far along in her pregnancy, but who the father is remains a secret from both the audience and Callie as well. Several years ago, Tricia’s husband Daniel mysteriously disappeared one day. No sign of him had ever been found, nor had he ever reached out to contact his wife. Tricia has now decided to declare Daniel “dead in absentia,” and Callie has stopped in to help her sister with the process. Tricia seems genuinely okay with it until she begins making preparations to move out of the home she once shared with Daniel. Then she starts spotting him—his face pure white and his eyes and mouth dark, black holes. And not just in her nightmares, but in her waking life where he does not belong—in the darkness of her living room, or crouched in a coat closet.Callie, meanwhile has experienced odd occurrences on her own, mainly during her daily jogs through the city…and through the creepy tunnel directly across the street from Tricia’s home. There she finds a derelict man (genre regular Doug Jones), his body bent and twisted, his clothes bloody and torn. Callie, meaning well, leaves some food for who she assumes to be a homeless man. With what she thought was only an act of kindness, she has no idea what she has set in motion.All during this, Detective Mallory (Dave Levine), who has been investigating a rash of missing people (including Daniel), seems to have a closer relationship with Tricia than your usual detective and civilian do. His love for Trivia and his job as a cop causes his alpha male tendencies to kick in once shit really hits the fan…especially after it’s discovered that Callie’s past drug habits aren’t so past as she says. And her claims of things skittering around the floors and in the walls sound like nothing more than the ravings of a needle user. Absentia’s plot is very unique—one whose effectiveness will be determined by the audience’s willingness to think outside the box. There is no clear-cut villain in the film, and most of the questions you will have will not be answered. Despite this, the movie is deeply satisfying—in fact it’s one of the most satisfying I can recall whose own motivations are barely explained. Each and every sighting of Daniel’s apparition is effectively eerie, and director Mike Flanagan definitely understands the “[...]