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Call of Myers?

I recently picked up my pre-order of my playstation 4 (November), and was a little disappointed by the games that came out. My only interest was Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag (pirates are awesome right)? Anyway, I notably got a copy of Call of Duty Ghosts the other day, and I’ve NEVER played it before. Little did I know—I am absolutely terrible at this game. It’s more than frustrating to play, because of the lack of experience I have, and the fact that my ratio to kills and death is typically 5-20. Yeah—I should quit playing.

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Yesterday's Movies Reborn Today

As many of you are, I am a stickler for original horror films. There was nothing better than watching that film late at night on your television, and getting scared to death of it as a kid. Better yet, looking at the artwork in the video store and saying, “I need to rent this.” Well you probably didn’t, because you were too young, or you did because you were old enough. Either way, today studios find ways to earn more profit by remaking a horror film that left an impact year ago.

Why? Well—money. The films themselves don’t necessarily have to be good (and they aren’t) and they really weren’t the greatest back then. But, they have stuck with us, and that my friends, is why movies like Halloween, A Nightmare On Elm Street, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Friday The 13th are stories still being told today. Halloween: Directed by Rob Zombie, and a promising cast with Malcom McDowell as Dr. Loomis, and Brad Dourif as Sheriff Lee Brackett. Hell, even an honorable mention to a Halloween Franchise favorite, Danielle Harris, round out a very strong cast. For me, John Carpenter’s Halloween opened the door to slasher films back in ’78, and arguably—Black Christmas can be mentioned well before that by Bob Clark in ’74.

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Friday the 13th Part 2 Review

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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Halloween H35 - New Website now live!

Halloween H35 Theatrical Poster

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

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