From slashers to demons, cult to mainstream, mad scientists to monsters, fright to fun, and old to new, it's (almost) all here.
I’m now up to 72 songs.
Directed by Renny Harlin
Freddy Krueger returns once again to terrorize the dreams of the remaining Dream Warriors, as well as those of a young woman who may know the way to defeat him for good.
This is the best thing I’ve ever seen.
So that’s what he was screaming about…
Anonymous said: Bruh, A Clockwork Orange is a masterpiece from one of the greatest directors that ever lived. And TDK's Joker is one of, if not the best and most memorable movie villain of recent memory. Even the snobbiest of Marvel dick riders cant deny that.
I’m not even a Marvel dick rider. I like Blade, Fantastic Four, and Spider-Man. From other companies I liked Ninja Turtles, Turok, and Bloodshot. I’m picky about the comics I read growing up. I also never knocked the Joker or the film. I said it looked good. Especially Ledger’s performance. I didn’t see the movie, but everything I see of him in it looks amazing.
Listen, duder… A Clockwork Orange is not only NOT a masterpiece, but it’s an overrated crap-fest of unwatchable garbage. Full Metal Jacket, The Shining, Dr. Strangelove, are about all I enjoy by Kubrick.
Top 10 - (Most memorable) Psychopaths on Film.
Love every character here except for the two in the middle row.
I couldn’t stand A Clockwork Orange. I tried watching it twice and both times I made it to the same part a little over an hour into the film and just couldn’t go on. It was worse than sitting through Sin City.
Nothing against the Joker… I was just never much into DC comics, so I haven’t seen that movie. It looks good, though, so I’m sure that’ll change.
These are all my copies of The Lost Boys. Yes im crazy. I believe i have a vhs in storage as well. The blurays are identical…one is for my bedroom the other for the living room and that spanish one i bought just as a collector thing while in Cancun
This is how some people are with the Halloween franchise. Like they will buy every single edition of those films that come out, especially the original.
Richard Kiel died today. He would have been 75 on Saturday. Rest in peace.
Phone lines are cut. Knives are gone. What will she do? No Good Deed in theaters September 12.
Anyone else gonna see this?