“What in the wide, wide world of sports is going on here?!”
Tell this to any bow legged illegal on a street corner in Tucson:”I’m working for Mister Mel Brooks!”
The law is working already…the Joses are fleeing AZ
Kyle Smith has an interesting post about the Nightmare on Elm Street remake and it’s parallels with the Amirault Case (Day care child abuse case) from the 80’s. What’s-her-name from the MA Senate race was eyeball deep and that abomination of justice.
Actually, I’m glad the movie backpedals. In the original “Halloween” Michael Myers was a pure form of evil. The child of well-to-do parents and a loving family. That a little boy becomes a sensless killer for no good reason was far more frightening and interesting (because there is no way to protect yourself against that kind of evil) then Rob Zombie’s remake, where he is a killer because he was abused by redneck parents.
The current Hollywood stereotype were adding “depth” to depraved/evil characters means turning them into a victim of something or other needs to stop. Freddy Kruegar was evil because he was a child molester, making him an innocent victim reduces the impact.
I actually agree with you. Based on the first trailer I was expecting some kind of revisionist Krueger who was unfairly railroaded by an angry mob. The shift in tone actually made the movie more appealing to me. Although it’s probably still just a Netflix film and not a theater film.
Well I’m a total sucker for 80s slasher flicks, me going to see this movie is inevitable.
Wow! The earthly remains of the guy on the bike is a testament to the art of embalming and mortuary science. Thanks for sharing.
Those tubes are fluorescent, not neon. I suppose if they’re energy-savers, they might be OK; but, if they’re standard issue flu-tubes, I hope these fellows enjoy what’s left of their considerably shortened lives!
I just don’t know how they are not blind from all that shatter glass in extremely small pieces.
FYI,Stephanie….There is a movie coming out called “Secretariat”.Diane Lane(hubba) plays his owner.That was honestly the greatest racehorse I’ve ever seen…witness his win at the Belmont.