“Return of the Killer Shrews”
#24 of the 31 days of horror challenge. (These reviews will be more raw due to the nature of the challenge.)
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After more than 50 years, Thorn Sherman returns to the island where he battled killer shrews. He takes a TV producer to join the crew filming a reality wildlife show to the island, only to find that the killer shrews are thriving, due to the machinations of his old nemesis. Continue reading “Return of the Killer Shrews (2012) – Film”
“Feast II: Sloppy Seconds”
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Picking up shortly after Feast left off, Biker Queen comes to the bar in the middle of no where and finds her sister, Harley Mom’s remains. She also finds that the Bartender has survived and takes him hostage to try to track down Bozo to a nearby town. When they arrive, the town appears deserted and they discover that the creatures are spreading. Continue reading “Feast II: Sloppy Seconds (2008) – Film”
“Evil Dead II”
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A lone survivor of a demon possession/attack at a cabin in the woods, Ash must work with the family of the cabin’s deceased owners to defeat the evil set free by The Necronomicon Ex-Mortis or Book of the Dead. Continue reading “Evil Dead II (1987) – Film”
“ERIK: A Sequel to Phantom of the Opera”
A novel by Stephanie Hanson.
This story picks up shortly after the events of The Phantom of the Opera. Our protagonist, Erik, in a fit of sorrow and loneliness, is intent on death. However, a mysterious fellow, who also happens to live beneath the Paris Opera House, is hired by it’s owners to dispatch the Opera Ghost once and for all. A bloody, beaten, and nearly dead Erik is dumped in a wagon bound for a village far from Paris where a kindly priest discovers him and takes him to the local judge’s home. Erik finds himself offered a new life if he can let go of his past and accept it. Continue reading “ERIK: A Sequel to Phantom of the Opera (2011) – Book”
This is my first attempt at reviewing a complete franchise, hope you enjoy it.
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Based on a popular video game, this movie is about Rayne, a half human/half vampire called a “dhampir.” Having grown up as a captive sideshow freak, Rayne finally escapes. Learning that she is the daughter of the vampire king and seeking revenge upon him, she joins a society of vampire hunters called Brimstone. Continue reading “Bloodrayne (The Trilogy) – Film”
“Iron Man 3”
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I was pleased and surprised that the writers, Drew Pearce and Shane Black, utilized the events of the 3 previous films on which to focus and continue Tony Stark’s, as well as the supporting cast’s, character development. I liked that they kept Stark very human with human flaws and weaknesses. That they touched on a quite serious topic, post traumatic stress due to the events with the Avengers, and treated it with respect without becoming overly dark and serious (like the X Men franchise became way too serious for my preferences) while Stark’s self doubts had him wondering if he was a man with a great suit or if the man inside was what made the suit great. Pepper Potts also had to deal with the changes in Stark and how it has affected their relationship. Even Happy Hogan, once Stark’s bodyguard, a small but interesting role , as he moved from Stark’s bodyguard to head of security for Pepper. Continue reading “Iron Man 3 (2013) – Film”