While filming Nosferatu, director F.W. Murnau hires a man named Max Schrek to play the title vampire, which he plays very well, because he really is a vampire! Continue reading “Shaun vs. Shadow of the Vampire (2000)”
A young man attempts to get back at a gang through the use of black magic but is killed before he can seek his vengeance. However, an evil clown shows up in the ‘hood after his death and carries out the boy’s revenge. Continue reading “Shaun vs. Killjoy (2000)”
Starring Beat Takeshi, Tatsuya Fujiwara and Taro Yamamoto
In a future Japan, the country has become overcrowded so the government passes the “Battle Royale” law, which takes classes of children from middle schools (junior highs) and puts them on a small island to fight to the death. Only one student can live so it’s everyone for themselves. Now THAT’S a reality show! Continue reading “Shaun vs. Battle Royale (2000)”
For the six of you who enjoyed the last one, here’s part two of my coverage of the Leprechaun series before getting into the recently released reboot, Leprechaun: Origins. Click below to see just how crazy the series becomes as the filmmakers come up with new places to drop the Leprechaun. There was a brief trend of putting horror characters in outer space…Jason was up there, Pinhead was up there, why not a Leprechaun? But then he makes his way back to Earth in back to back films taking place in urban ghettos getting his freak on with plenty of weed smoking, rap music and hoes. You wouldn’t think there’d be this much mileage in a killer leprechaun franchise, but here we are with parts 4-6!
Ladies and gentlemen, I bring you one of the worst movies ever! Does it look like Friday the 13th to you? The filmmakers sure hope so, cause they practically rip off that series from the hockey mask to the crazy old man who warns everyone. What it doesn’t rip off are the inventive kills and any sense of dread since it’s mostly bloodless and filmed in the daytime. Yeah, it sucks. Continue reading “Shaun vs. Bloody Murder (2000)”