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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Widescreen) (2003) [I&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Jessica Biel
1.0 out of 5 stars No Creativity!!, July 16 2004
People's tastes differ, everyone has an opinion. Some people will enjoy this remake in comparison to Tobe Hooper's maniacal 1974 original. I, however am not one of those people. I guess I'm more of a throwback, old school type of person.
To me this remake just doesn't capture the essence of the absolute horror of the original. Most likely because it's been done once already and while they changed some scenes the "shock" value is gone. Gunnar Hansen's version of Leatherface was so much more frightening and mysterious. Whether it be the character or the actor, Leatherface's presence wasn't felt in this movie as much as the original.
They brought in bigger named actors and… Read more
Creepers [Import] <b>VHS</b> ~ Jennifer Connelly
Creepers [Import] VHS ~ Jennifer Connelly
It's hard to find horror movies that haven't taken some kind of thought or idea from a previous one but Dario Argeto's ("Tenebre", "Susupiria", "Deep Red") Creepers seemed to be in a class all by itself (at least to me anyway).
Jennifer Connelly plays Jennifer, a girl who is sent to a boarding school while her father is out of the country working on a film. Unfortunately for Jennifer and the other girls in the school there is a raving psychopath wandering the grounds and butchering the students. When Jennifer meets up with entomologist Dr. John McGregor, played by the late, great, Donald Pleasance (Halloween) she learns of her great power to control… Read more
Zombie  [Import] <b>VHS</b> ~ Tisa Farrow
Zombie [Import] VHS ~ Tisa Farrow
5.0 out of 5 stars AWESOME ZOMBIE FLICK!!!, July 15 2004
When you think of the all time great zombie movies George A Romero's trilogy "Night of the Living Dead" , "Dawn of the Dead" and "Day of the Dead" most likely come to mind. Lucio Fulci's "Zombie", which has been called a sequel to the above mentioned "Dawn of the Dead", doesn't seem to be as popular and not as well known (at least around here) as Romero's trilogy. However, I believe Zombie is almost as good as the above mentioned
Plot is simple; Tisa Farrow plays Ann Bowles, when Ann discovers her father's boat to be abandoned in the New York Harbor her and reporter Peter West(Ian McCulloch) go searching for answers. Their search takes… Read more