Tuesday, October 30, 2018
I had the TV on last night. They had one of the Halloween sequels. It was awful. Poor Donald Pleasence. He probably did it for the money. He looked like a tired version of the first movie. I think the only two people should watch is the first one and the current one in theaters. All others are throw away movies done for money. At least the current sequel had something to say.
Thursday, October 25, 2018
Got to see A Star is Born the other day. It was really good. Lady Gaga does an amazing job. Andrew Dice Clay plays her father. The music was believable and good. It is kind of a tear jerker. If you like that kind of movie, go see it. I bet there will be some nominations.
Monday, October 22, 2018
If you like horror from the 70's - 90's, you need to go see Halloween. 70's/80's are more of my taste, but there are some from the 90's, Misery to name one. This current Halloween is a true sequel to the first movie. It deals with the aftermath of traumatic attack. It has jump scares and great dialogue. The music is from John Carpenter. He also produced the movie. This movie reminded me why I love some kinds of horror movies.
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Halloween the day and the movie are approaching. I remember seeing the movie when I was younger. I loved it. John Carpenter knows how to put together a horror movie. I wish more directors would follow his movies. Netflix should hire him to do a movie for them. He still wants to direct. I'd love to see another Thing. With global warming and the rush for oil rights, they could do a follow up the to Kurt Russel movie. He could even be called in. You'd definitely would need John Carpenter's input. Until then, we have Halloween this Friday. I look forward to it. I have one daughter who wants to see it.
Friday, October 12, 2018
I got to see Night School, The Predator and Venom recently. All were enjoyable. I can't wait for a Venom sequel. I hope they allow a Predator sequel. One with Arnold would be preferable. If you want a good comedy, check out Night School. Next up, Halloween.