Wednesday, May 26, 2010

The Hazing Horror movie Review by Psycho Billy

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We are sorry we missed last weeks newsletter, we were swamped with things to do last week and when it came down to it we couldn't make our deadline.
We do got the movie review for last week on our site
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This week Psycho Billy is reviewing a new film that some might have herd of, its a really good review and I think its a good movie too.
So for this week Psycho Bill is reviewing

The Hazing
"Live Through This..."

Such a tagline as this is a little hard to understand but when you do see the film, it is pretty cool. The film is about a group of soon to be college frat and sorority inductees during Hell Week who go on a scavenger hunt for an assortment of stupidity and useless items. the last on their list is a legendary book that is believed to be able to open the gates of hell itself. a subplot reveals that the holder of the book is a satanic worshiping professor Kapps (played by Brad Dourif, who played Sheriff Lee Brackett in both Halloween and Halloween 2 remakes as well as doing the voice of Chucky in the Child's Play franchise) and that he himself is planning to open the gates. The two plots meet when the two of the students (one of whom is played by the lovely Tiffany Shepis, whom I had the pleasure of meeting at the Motor City Nightmares convention in Novi) put him into a between-the-worlds place of life and death. The secondary portion is that the kids have to stay the night in Hack House, a local mansion where a brutal mass murder occurred, where the evil of a sadistic being is truly unleashed. I liked this film for the casting of such well known and wonderfully acted people, the direction of Rolfe Kanefsky, the makeup and F/X, and the writing.

I give this film the full six out of six jack-o-lanterns for casting, writing, F/X, and direction.

We hope you enjoyed the Hazing Film review by, you know it Psycho Billy
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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Nightmare on Elm Street (2010) Review by Psycho Bill

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This week on our newsletter, we got another great Horror Movie Review! By our friend Psycho Billy who is doing our movie reviews for us for another couple of weeks!
This week he went to see the new release of Nightmare on Elm Street which is a remake (I hope you new that) We were going to review the original but we pretty much new everyone has seen the original Elm Street classic!

So here is Psycho Billys review on........

A Nightmare on Elm Street(2010)
As haunting as it sounds, this is true, the remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street is out. Ok, this film is based on the Wes Craven film of the same name. It stars Jackie Earl Haley as the infamous killer Freddy Kruger, originally portrayed by Robert Englund. The story is basically the same, kids fall asleep, Freddy kills, basic stuff, but in this case, the filmmakers have added a reason as to why. Rather than him being a child killer who has become a part of the dream world, in this film, it is his version of revenge on something that happened in the past. Even though it is a remake, it is as equally good as the original. I liked this film because of these reasons:

1. Freddy's not goofy like the original
2. The filmmakers of this one went into micronaps, which the other filmmakers didn't
3. Jackie Earl Haley did an awesome job as Freddy
4. The storyline and effects were amazing.

I give this film six jack-o-lanterns out of six for effects, storyline, direction, casting, makeup, music, and the all out AWSOMENOMITY from Jackie Earl Haley as Kruger.
Remember, Don't Fall Asleep!

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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Grindhouse movie review by Psycho Billy

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This week we got another really good movie review by one of our own members of theclub Psycho Billy and we got a new video log going again so we will put the link on the newsletter for you to check it out!

So lets start off with a huge review of the duble Film movie

"A double feature that'll tear you in two!"

As the tagline says, it will tear you in two. The film is a double feature of Robert Rodriguez/Quentin Tarantino. Released in 2007, this film was a take back to the old grindhouse films of the 70's. Filled with gore and more, this is an excellent film to see.

First up, Planet Terror. This film is based on the old Military, Underground Secret Weapon, and Zombie films like Dawn of the Dead (1978). In it, a secret military weapon (see what did I tell you?) is let loose on a Texas town. These are no ordinary zombies, these ones are vicious and will tear you apart. A shady militia of army men, lead by a cameo by Bruce Willis, arrive for this and the creator of the toxic chemical is obsessed with balls that he keeps in a jar. It coincides with the quitting of a go-go dancer named Cherry Darling, played by Rose McGowan, and the arrival of a mysterious woman, played by Fergie, who is here to help her lover leave her husband and take the kid with them, the kid played by none other that Rebel Rodriguez, Robert's son. At an award winning BBQ shack arrives El Wray, played by Freddie Rodriguez, who has had a past relationship with Cherry. The main whole action in the film occurs when Cherry looses her leg to the monsters and the crew of survivors being captured and taken to a military base where her leg is soon replaced from the wooden table leg from the hospital to a kick ass machine gun leg. I like this film for the goriness, the babes, and the cameos by Tom Savini (Special F/X master of such films as From Dusk Till Dawn and the original Dawn of the Dead.) and Michael Biehn (who played Kyle Reese from The Terminator). An underplot occurs at a hospital, where a major point of the outbreak occurs as a conflict of two doctors, played by Josh Brolin and Marley Shelton. I give this film, you know what, let's save it for later.

The second feature is Tarantino's Death Proof, a film about a group of friends that include a local DJ known as Jungle Julia, go to a bar to hang out. It just so happens that a psychotic stuntman known only as Stuntman Mike is there to crash the party. It leads to a multi scene shot of one of the most amazing crashes ever. The second half leads up to a group of stuntwomen now the targets of the sadistic stuntman, but there's a little something something that he doesn't know. This film also features McGowan as a minor character who gets her face smashed in by the dashboard with the famous quote by Stuntman Mike, "Remember when I said this car was death proof? Well, that wasn't a lie. This car is a hundred percent death proof. Only to get the benefit of it, honey, you REALLY need to be sitting in my seat." This is one of Tarantino's best films he has ever made, and I have seen Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2, AND Reservoir Dogs. I know that this one is shorter than Planet Terror.

I give this film a full 6 jack-o-lanterns out of six for plot, casting, F/X, writing, directing, and a whole lot more.

We hope you enjoyed that huge review of grindhoue!
Next week Psycho Billy is reviewing Nightmare on Elm Street (2010) so we hope you enjoy it!

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