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It’s News Day Tuesday!

Posted in Movie News, News Day Tuesday, Television News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 2, 2010 by xymarla

Extra! Extra! Only Amy Heckerling has the power to make vampires awesome again!

 Star Krysten Ritter reveals that Amy Heckerling’s next film will be a “Clueless for vampires,” a premise which seems capable of single-handedly reviving the dwindling empire of sparkle moodiness. 

 

The Superman reboot will be written by Batman Begins and Blade screenwriter David Goyer. This is good news! The remake will not star Brandon Routh and Kate Bosworth and it will not be directed by Bryan Singer. This is also good news! 

 

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Candyman

Posted in A+ Review, Film Review, Horror Movie Review with tags , , , , , on March 10, 2009 by xymarla

I was in sixth grade the first time I saw Bernard Rose’s exceptional 1992 film Candyman.

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It scared the living shit out of me. I was at my friend Hayley’s house, trying to fall asleep in her bedroom, which suddenly seemed absolutely beset with mirrors.  I remember telling myself, “You’ll never be able to sleep if you don’t prove it’s not real.” So I walked into the bathroom, closed the door behind me, turned off the lights and said “Candyman” five times in the mirror.

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I cannot fucking believe I did that.

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Horrific Perfection

Posted in A+ Review, Film Review, Horror Movie Review with tags , , , , , on February 13, 2009 by xymarla

Hi there. I’ve been meaning to get this blog off the ground for a long time, considering I’ve spent the past several years writing reviews of horror movies only to do nothing but save them to my desktop. So here we are.

Before I get into more recent or mediocre films, I’d like to get this baby rolling with a discussion on what I consider to be The Perfect Horror Movie: Hellraiser.

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