DC FOLLIES: FREDDY GOES TO THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS!

Freddy Kreuger has made their his into the Library of Congress’ National Film Registry over the years… NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET is now entered.. the full list of those included in 2021: Ringling Brothers Parade Film (1902) Jubilo (1919) The Flying Ace (1926) Hellbound Train (1930) Flowers and Trees (1932) Strangers on a Train (1951) What Ever … Read moreDC FOLLIES: FREDDY GOES TO THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS!

Michael Myers vs the first responders

This was bound to happen! Judging from the trailers and clips release so far, John Carpenters next installment in the Halloween series threatens to pummel first responders. The movie “Halloween Kills” seems to begin with first responders and firefighters trying to put out the fire that Laurie Strode set to kill Michael Myers. Instead, and … Read moreMichael Myers vs the first responders

PET CEMETERY REACTIONS: Perri Nemiroff, who reviewed the film…

PET CEMETERY REACTIONS:  Perri Nemiroff, who reviewed the film for Collider, tweeted after watching the movie: “Pet Semetary is vicious and I LOVED it. Super brutal visuals and was thrilled to see Widmyer & Kölsch fully embrace the deeply unsettling themes of mortality from the book. And WOW Jeté Laurence. They really pushed it with … Read morePET CEMETERY REACTIONS: Perri Nemiroff, who reviewed the film…

A Nightmare on Elm Street star Heather Langenkamp says that…

A Nightmare on Elm Street star Heather Langenkamp says that there’s a sexist connotation with the phrase “the final girl,” as male characters earn a nickname that doesn’t specify gender. .. “I don’t think we should call her a ‘final girl’ anymore,” Langenkamp shared with the L.A. Times. “Because one, I want a boy to … Read moreA Nightmare on Elm Street star Heather Langenkamp says that…

HALLOWEEN scores for second weekend a row!

The $30.5 million take for “Halloween” is the sixth-best mark for the pre-Halloween weekend, which is typically one of the slowest of the year. The other five films were all opener weekends, led by “Puss in Boots” with $34 million, followed by “Saw III,” “Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa,” “Saw IV” and “Saw II.” # # … Read moreHALLOWEEN scores for second weekend a row!