It's Friday the 13th again and that means I'm gonna review another Friday the 13th movie. First I reviewed part 1 now I get to review part 2.
I'm not sure how people out there that are like me but I actually enjoyed Part 2 more than the first. Here are the reasons I enjoyed part 2 more than part 1. First off, I love they way they use Jason in this movie, they make him seem like an urban legend. The scene around the camp fire is a great example.
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5 years ago, Morgan Films Entertainment (aka Wickid Mask Productions) did a short sequel to Halloween 6 and H20 titled “HALLOWEEN H30.” Well, it has been 5 years and they’re ALL BACK! The story continues with a feature length film, the original cast, and some new faces. Discover what happened after that fateful night 5 years ago and watch what happens when HE gets his revenge!
Halloween H35 now has its own website! Watch videos, buy merchandise, and get breaking news. Also become a fan on facebook and be the first to learn when the DVD is avaialable.
Go to: http://HalloweenH35.com
Wickid Wars 4 had a great discussion and provided several insights:
This last wicked wars was left open for a few weeks longer, as it seemed to be a great topic for both rookie and veteran members to comment on!
The topic asked simply, "Is the Myers Mask hobby DEAD?" citing concerns over slower message boards, continued drama and lower mask sales.
What was extremely positive to see is that 81% of the votes cast indicated that, NO, the hobby is NOT dead. However, a large portion of these votes were followed up with members commenting that even though they don't think the hobby is dead, they do feel that there are a number of things that can be improved on and provided some reasons as to where the hobby has been slower as of late... READ THE REST OF THE WRAP UP HERE!
Normally when I’m in line for films, and hear the group ahead of me get out—I don’t really pay attention. However, when dozens and dozens of people were walking out saying, “I’m not going to sleep tonight” and “that scared the shit out of me” I knew I might be in for something good. I was more surprised to see that parents were bringing their little kids to this movie, rather than more adults—I digress.
James Wan, who is responsible for such films as Saw, Insidious, and Dead Silence etc. isn’t new to the horror genre. His films I believe, have gotten better along his career, with Insidious (even though I wasn’t too much a fan of it) being probably his better film—until now. I’m a huge fan of “string” instruments in horror films. Classic films like Psycho, Jaws, The Haunting (1963), have done well using these to “score” their films.
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