Nightmare Knights Issue 4. Nightmare Knights Issue 5. With the fate of the heist-and Luna's powers-in the hands of Eris, will the bond between sisters be enough to overcome her chaotic plans?! The quest for Luna's stolen magic reaches its epic conclusion!
Tables turn and truths are brought to light as the Nightmare Knights' heist comes to a close! Annual My Little Pony Annual Equestria Girls Holiday Special. My Little Pony Holiday Special. I watch Halloween and Halloween II every year. I always skip over Season of the Witch for obvious reasons no Mikey! Some years I watch the entires series! I am trying to branch out and watch some new movies this year, so I may not get to see any more of Mikey this month. I really like that this movie picks up exactly where the last one left off. Absolutely not.
I still enjoy it, though. To be honest, I enjoy most films. I am not particularly picky. I may only watch a movie once if it is disappointing, but it's rare for me to really hate a horror film. Mayhem ensues. Boy, I'm really quite the movie reviewer, aren't I? Perhaps it's a bad sign that I don't have more to say about this film than that, but it's still a lot of fun.
The hot tub murder scene is one of my favorites.
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So brutal! For night 9 of 30nightsofhorror I am planning on checking out the new Chucky movie, Cult of Chucky. I love Jennifer Tilly and little Chucky! Can't wait to watch it. Ghoulish greetings! Is there anything better than a good scare? For some reason, The Poltergeist has always been the movie that got to me. I remember coming across this movie on TV when I was a little girl and being absolutely horrified.
I was too scared to watch more than a few minutes of it, but I was also intrigued. That is probably why I grew up to be the horror fanatic that you see today. Two words haunted me- "they're here.
As I mentioned in a previous post, I grew up religious. It wasn't a casual type of religious upbringing- it was the kind that made movies like The Exorcist and Poltergeist seem like very real possibilities. Even though I am an adult allegedly now and my beliefs have changed, there will still always be a part of me that is terrorized by the idea of demons and possession. Poor little Carol Ann. Her parents seemed like moderate types, so they had no idea of the mortal peril her soul was facing when "The Beast" first reared its ugly, demonic head. No, The Gipper can't save you now.
By far my favorite character is the adorable little combination of sweetness, sass and creepiness, psychic Tangina Barrons. No one else could have played this part like Zelda Rubinstein! She was such a ferocious little woman. If you haven't seen this movie, what have you been doing with your life?
I'm not sure whether it's because I overcame my childhood fear by watching it or whether it really is as good as I think it is, but It's a top 5 movie for me. If the acting were bad in the film, it really could have been one of the stupidest movies of all time. I guess that's true with most horror, though, isn't it?
If you haven't read about The Poltergeist Curse , please do so before your next viewing. I also overheard my parents talking about this at some point and it added to the horror of the film for me. I truly thought that the actors had been possessed by Satan and were being picked off one by one because they dared participate in a Satanic film. Good mourning guys and ghouls! For night 5 of 30nightsofhorror I watched the The Woman in Black I watched this one in the theater when it came out, but due to my terrible memory, it was like new again on my second viewing.
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I have to be honest- I definitely only went to see this because Daniel Radcliffe, aka Harry Friggin' Potter, was the lead. Here he is looking handsome in his old-timey suit. Clearly he doesn't trust that monkey. Poor, poor Arthur Daniel Radcliffe. The townspeople want absolutely nothing to do with him. Depp's gifts as a chameleon have never been on better display within a single movie. Depp reunites with his Sleepy Hollow love interest Christina Ricci in this period costume romance.
She plays Suzie, a Russian Jewish refugee in the s who winds up as a chorine in Paris. Depp is Cesar, a Gypsy Romany horseman who is part of the act, and with whom Sozie falls in love. With the Nazi invasion imminent, Suzie who has kept her Jewish heritage secret from nearly everyone must choose between remaining with Cesar and fleeing to America, perhaps to be reunited with her long-lost father.
Depp, in a rare supporting role, doesn't have much to do except smolder; in fact, the movie is often stolen by Cate Blanchett and John Turturro, as a golddigging showgirl and her Mussolini-loving opera-singer beau. Director Sally Potter fills the soundtrack with beautiful music and manages to fill the screen with lavish period detail on a budget. In other words, this is the rare movie where you will go home humming the scenery. The Restoration period in England under King Charles II in the late 17th century is seen as a time of creative, political and sexual license.
Taking advantage of all three is Rochester Depp , a playwright, satirist and philanderer, and frenemy to the king John Malkovich. In Depp's portrayal, he fancies himself an outrageous rebel who prides himself on alienating those closest to him. He keeps repeating, "Do you like me now? Of course, calculated outrage grows old fast, and so does Rochester, dying of complications from syphilis at You can see why the role appealed to Depp, especially the later parts that have him wearing a mask to hide his decaying face and hobbling on two canes, delivering a rabble-rousing speech to Parliament that changes the course of English history.
Rochester is also the most brazenly sexual character Depp has ever played. Still, not even Depp is inventive enough to keep the character's endearing impishness ahead of his insufferable selfishness. And for all the movie's deliberate button-pushing, it doesn't offer much insight into the period.
The movie suffered from having been released in the same year as Stage Beauty starring Billy Crudup , a similar film that's a much more penetrating examination of the Restoration era's artistic, sexual and political ferment. Filming Hunter S.
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Thompson's novel about his early-career stint as a reporter in Puerto Rico was clearly a labor of love for Depp. A longtime pal of the author and Rolling Stone mainstay , Depp had portrayed Thompson in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas , unearthed the long-unpublished Rum Diary manuscript from among Thompson's papers, and paid for Thompson's carnivalesque funeral after the writer's suicide in Depp produced the Rum Diary movie and starred in it as Paul Kemp, a younger version of the autobiographical Raoul Duke character from Fear and Loathing.
Alas, not everyone shared Depp's admiration for Thompson, and the movie vanished at the box office. Those who have seen it are divided over whether the movie caught the comic, anarchic spirit of Thompson's writing or was mired, like the characters sometimes are, in a listless, alcoholic fog. As in Fear and Loathing , Depp certainly has his Thompson imitation down pat.
Whether there's enough of a movie around him to make the enterprise worthwhile is another story. Everett Collection. By Gary Susman. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter.