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Tag Archive for 'Wes Craven'

Scream 3 (Blu-ray Review)

Gale, Dewey, Cotton, and Sidney have survived both the Woodsboro massacre and the murders at Sidney’s college but now face another killer yet again.  While I really enjoyed the writing in Scream and Scream 2, it is a tragedy that Scream 3 was not written by Kevin Williamson since the quality dropped in this one. […]

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Scream 2 (Blu-ray Review)

Before the movie starts, we are treated to a preview for Scream 4, coming to theaters on April 15, 2011.  Although I DVR almost every TV show I watch (and never watch the commercials), I am amazed this is the first I’ve heard of Scream 4.  As the trailer plays I am waiting for it […]

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Scream (Blu-ray Review)

I have to admit; it’s been awhile since I last visited the Scream franchise.  Where do all the years go?  I often find myself asking that question more than I care to acknowledge.  But one thing’s for sure, no matter how many spoofs or rip-offs that have popped up in the horror genre over the […]

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‘Scream’ Trilogy on Blu-ray for the First Time!

Remember the good old 90’s?  How can you forget?  You had the grunge movement…Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Soundgarden…I could go on and on AND THEN you had the legendary Scream horror trilogy!  Well guess what!  The magic of the 90’s are back on Blu-ray this March!  Just in time for April’s Scream 4, Lionsgate has announced […]

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Aaron’s Top 10 Best and Worst Films of 2010

It’s the end of 2010, and with that I have a list of my favorite movies. The following list contains all of the films that I felt defined what I seek out in most films; namely that they have elements of entertainment, intrigue, or master craftsmanship when it comes to the filmmaking. Some may only have a few of these aspects covered, others may have all three bases dominated. Given my lengthy honorable mention section, there were certainly a good number of films that I had to choose from, but this list, I feel, represents the best of what 2010 had to offer theatrically:

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‘My Soul to Take’ is The Worst Film of the Year

Wes Craven deserves some kind of recognition this year.  Despite having to suffer through such duds as The Last Airbender, Jonah Hex, and even a remake of Craven’s own horror classic A Nightmare On Elm Street, somehow, Craven has managed to write and direct the worst film of the year, which is the best thing […]

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A Nightmare on Elm Street (Blu-ray Review)

Horror movies have never been my cup of tea and if my memory serves me correctly, I believe the original Friday the 13th was my first exposure to the genre.  It scared the hell out of me as I was somewhere around 6 or 7 years old.  My parents would never let me watch that […]

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Robert Englund and his ‘Hollywood Monster’

Horror films never really did much for me.  The Friday the 13th franchise used to scare the bejeezus out of me when I was a kid, but the older I got, the more bored I got with those films.  I never did see the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre in its entirety and the more recent […]

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Thor’s Top 5: Superior Horror Sequels

With Halloween done and gone, I couldn’t shake the feeling of how the Holiday had always been synonymous with bad horror sequels.  Back in the 80’s, the studios churned out installments in their terror franchises like it was nobody’s business; horror icons like Freddy, Michael and Jason graced the celluloid screen annually on the Hollows […]

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