I don't care for these movies. I just don't like them. Sorry. They're bad.
mastermind Bill Cosby became incensed when Lisa Bonet, his daughter on the show, filmed an explicit sex scene with Mickey Rourke and then posed for naked photos to promote it in INTERVIEW magazine. He created a spin-off series for her (A Different World) where she would go for its first season before returning to The Cosby Show for a little while before a pregnancy gave Cosby a reason finally to fire her. Cosby was, for decades, an influential voice in the industry. His partnership with Robert Culp in I, Spy gave him particular clout in a climate that is to this day notoriously unwelcoming to black creators. When asked to create a show for Marcy Carsey and Tom Werner’s new production company in the early ’80s, Cosby conjured the affluent, Brownstone-dwelling Huxtables who moved among the 1% with nary a mention of the race issues that continue to divide this nation. The Cosby Show, while aspirational for some, is a dangerous fantasy of a post-racial America for others. Like so many things our leaders told us in that decade, it was all a disgusting lie.
My final Previously Viewed Title from a Blockbuster may not have been the best but I'm happy I have it.
I picked up the full collection from Amazon for $12 and I couldn't say no.
While certainly illegal inside the jurisdiction of this cursed summer campground, marijuana has enjoyed an intoxicating role in the world of our beloved franchise. Whether it was to get in the mood, relieve boredom, or just to mellow out, Mary Jane should be considered another character in the films. In this look back at the Friday the 13th franchise, we examine the use of the bubonic chronic that makes you choke. Sh*t, this ain’t no joke. (My apologies to Snoop Dogg.)
Sometimes you find a mood. Here comes another early on slasher your enjoyment.
Today is my all time favorite person's birthday so here is my favorite Freddy movie.
As you all know the NES game isn't any good and the newer online on is killer. Get it, Killer. You see Jason is a killer as in he murders people but I called the game killer; meaning it is fantastic. So there are two "killers" in this intro.
Freddy is the best slasher icon of all time. I know people argue with this but they are what we call, wrong.
Is the sleeping bag kill a kill if it was simulated?