Tag Archives: Slasher

John Carpenter’s The Fog (1980) – Movie Review


The Thing (2011) – Movie Review

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) – Movie Review

The Thing (1982) Blood Test Scene – Why is it so effective?

Inferno (1980) – Movie Review

Short Film: 5 Days to Kill

Two treasure hunters mistakenly unleash a demon which is given 5 days to quench it’s third for blood. Who will survive and what will be left of them?

A slightly longer short film than the usual, but if you have the time check it out.


5 Days to Kill

Short Film: Missing

Two investigators do some…um, investigation on the case of a girl who has mysteriously disappeared. By the way, the 15+ disclaimer at the beginning is not supposed to be taken seriously. It was just me trying (and succeeding) to scare my little sis.



Movie Review: Friday the 13th: Part 2

Title: Friday the 13th: Part 2

Year: 1981

Runtime: 1h 26m

Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thriller

Cast: Amy SteelJohn FureyAdrienne King

Director: Steve Miner

Tagline: The body count continues…

Mrs. Voorhees is dead, and Camp Crystal Lake is shut down, but a camp next to the infamous place is stalked by an unknown assailant. Is it Mrs. Voorhees’ son Jason, who did not really drown in the lake some 30 years before?

The Body Count Continues…(and so does my boredom)…

Friday the 13th: Part II, for some reason, decides to spend the opening seven minutes recapping the events of the first film via a dream from Alice, the only survivor from the group of campers from the first film. It’s bad enough that I had to sit down and watch the bland and boring F13 let alone have it recapped for me. The summary includes Jason popping out of the lake in the end (which is a confusing mistake because of certain events later on). After she awakens in her apartment, she spends the next couple of minutes being scared by phone calls, cats and other stuff before being unceremoniously bumped off. We later come to find that her killer is the kid Jason who drowned in Camp Crystal Lake all those years ago.

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