Hi there other forum dwellers, I am just starting here and would like to introduce myself. My username here is CrystalLakeKiller824, as you can probably tell, I love Friday the 13th and a lot of other horror movies. Now in response to the thread, I saw Freddy vs Jason, Friday the 13th Part 2 and Godzilla and Mothra Battle for the Earth.
Originally posted by CrystalLakeKiller824View Post
Hi there other forum dwellers, I am just starting here and would like to introduce myself.
There is a whole section of the board that is reserved for new member introductions. The kindly welcome wagon usually rolls around there, and it's the best way of making an entrance.
A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dream Child (1989) - 6/10
What really could have turned out bad, was saved by great effects and Robert Englund's stellar performance. There were also some great segments, with the comic book segment being a highlight of the film for me. As added fun, watch this movie then look up pictures of Whit Hertford now.
A trio of cannibal psychopaths attack campers in the New Jersey wilderness. Ultra low budget, shot on video gorefest but I like these kind of films.
Shadow People (2013) 8/10
A radio talk show host has a real conspiracy theory dumped on his doorstep when one of his callers tells him about 'shadow people', nightmare creatures that come for you when you sleep. Supposedly based on a true story with 'real life footage' shown throughout the film.
In Hot Blood (1968 ) 5/10
The first 50+ minutes of this film is just average looking women rolling around nude, no exaggeration! The last ten minutes is two (yes they are naked too) being terrorized by a drug crazed woman with a meat clever.
The Giant Behemoth (1959) 7/10
A giant sea-monster is created from exposure to radiation and it goes on a rampage in the waters off England. Hammy acting and dialog but entertaining.
Amadeus (1984) 9/10
Spectres of the Spectrum (1999) 6/10
Jack the Giant Slayer (2013) 8/10 much better than I expected it to be