Happy Friday All
Queue up your streaming devices and check out this week’s FFR selection
My Bloody Valentine (2009)
I have to admit, suitable 3-D gimmicks aside, I actually enjoyed this remake. It was fun, bloody and it took an entertaining spin on the original’s ending.
The thing I hate the most about remakes are that they try to poop it up with an extra back story (Black Christmas) or drop a deuce on the ending (The Fog)
My Bloody Valentine is worth checking out and hey fellas, you get to see a naked chick running around for like ever!
….Speaking of The Fog, don’t worry, it’s the full-on original here.
A small town is haunted by ghosts from the past.
The thing I loved most about this it’s an old-fashion ghost story. We don’t get these too much these days. So sad.
Twilight Zone (The original series)
Growing up in the 80’s my main exposure to the Twilight Zone was during the 80’s version of the show. It wasn’t until the Sci-fi channel showed up (Yes folks, I remember the day the Sci-fi channel premiered.) that I got to watch episodes of the original classic.
Now I’m happy to say that those episodes are now available for your instant watching pleasure.
Going to Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film
This doc of the history of the slasher film includes interviews from John Carpenter, Wes Craven, Rob Zombie and many more such awesome people of the horror genre.
Mac and Me
A mysterious alien creature (Mac) trying to escape NASA becomes friends with a kid in a wheelchair.
I remember that I loved this movie when I was a kid and I remembered that MAC like drinking Coke. That is all.
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A dude inherits his late mother’s home and after being away for nearly 20 years and finds that it’s haunted with painful memories.
Have a great weekend all!