Posted on November 5th, 2009 in Brick Prior, MORROR, Movies by Brick Prior

PREVIOUSLY ON MORROR…

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DAY TWENTY-SIX:  FRIDAY THE 13TH PART SEVEN: THE NEW BLOOD

 

This is the, uh, second time that Jason was updated or reinvented or whatever you want to call it in the original series- this time he takes on some chick with psychic powers that should have been Freddy Krueger.  Seriously!  That was originally intended to be a “Freddy vs. Jason” affair, but it didn’t happen… so we got stuck with Lar Park Lincoln instead.

WHOEVER WINS, WE LOSE.

Props to Kane Hodder for the best instance of jumping through a window in the history of history, by the way.  That shit was awesome.

DAY TWENTY-SEVEN:  TRICK ‘R TREAT

 

I still can’t believe that this movie had been sat on by the stupid Powers That Be for a few years.  What an awesome flick, as this one has it all.  It’s an anthology yet all connected together?  How the fuck does that work?!  Such a fun, fun movie and one of those new classics… but not of the TNT kind.

DAY TWENTY-EIGHT:  OH MY ZOMBIE MERMAID

 

There are no words.  I… wow.  I am definitely revisiting this one later in the year as it’s own piece, because HO-LY SHIT.  This one is just nucking futs.  RIP Shinya Hashimoto.

DAY TWENTY-NINE: I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE

 

Call it whatever you want (You may know it by the title of “Day of the Woman”), but this movie is all sorts of fucked up.  Quite a disturbing film this is.  I’m creeped out just by thinking about it.  I do not recommend watching it, but I watched it for Larry.  I owe him a full write-up for this one.

DAY THIRTY: CREEPSHOW

 

Ah, Creepshow- it contains two all-time awesome acting performances.  Number one, Leslie Neilsen as a cantankerous old man that sentences Ted Danson and his girlfriend to a watery grave, and then gets one of the best cinematic EC Comics deaths in the history of what I just typed.  Not to mention the fact that there is an award-winning turn by Stephen King as the doomed Jordy Verril- finally, we really get to see how King characterizes some of the seedier folk in his stories.

Check it out for that alone.

And now?

THE END IS NEAR!