Two horror icons face off in this supernatural movie. Disfigured serial killer Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund), who attacks his victims in their dreams, has lost much of his power since citizens of his town have become less afraid of him. Enlisting the help of fellow violent murderer Jason Voorhees (Ken Kirzinger), Freddy orchestrates a new killing spree. However, when the hockey-mask-wearing psychopath won’t stop chopping up Freddy’s intended victims, the two ghouls start to battle each other.
Freddy vs Jason in my opinion was a pretty damn good movie, but it could have been so much better. For one it’s mind-blowing that Kane Hodder wasn’t selected to play the role of Jason Vorhees. Damn shame. The actor that played Jason, just didn’t do it for me. Jason had no personality or anything. Everytime you’d see him he just came off so stiff and lifeless.
So other then the Jason issue, it wasn’t that bad of a storyline really. Freddy used Jason to strike up fear in the new generation of Elm St. kids so he’d have enough power to entire their dreams once again. But once Freddy got Jason going on a killing spree he is unable to stop him. So the Elm St. kids come up with a plan to pull Freddy out of dream land so Jason and Freddy can finish each other off once and for all.
When children begin to disappear in the town of Derry, Maine, a group of young kids are faced with their biggest fears when they square off against an evil clown named Pennywise, whose history of murder and violence dates back for centuries.
Bill Skarsgård -Pennywise Finn Wolfhard – Richie Tozier Javier Botet – The Leper Nicholas Hamilton – Henry Bowers Megan Charpentier – Gretta Jaeden Lieberher – Bill Denbrough Sophia Lillis – Beverly Marsh Steven Williams – Leroy Hanlon Owen Teague – Patrick Hockstetter Wyatt Oleff – Stan Uris Jeremy Ray Taylor – Ben Hanscom Jack Dylan Grazer – Eddie Kaspbrak Stephen Bogaert – Al Marsh Ari Cohen – Rabbi Uris Chosen Jacobs- Mike Hanlon
Director: Andrés Muschietti Writers: Stephen King (novel), Gary Dauberman (screenplay)
A presentation of New Line Cinema, “IT” will be released worldwide beginning September 8, 2017, by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Entertainment Company.
Emily Burns is being held captive in a room with no idea as to why or how she got there. Determined to escape and return to her daughter and husband, Emily discovers clues within the room that help explain what she’s doing there. They even provide clues about who she is…but will they help her escape?
Riddle Room Trailer:
Peter Carey – David Cobb Erika Hoveland – Amanda Tiren Jhames – Norman Atley Ava Manson – Madison Burns Marisa Ruby – Emily Burns Daniel Usaj – Andrew Burns
Director & Writer: Bryan Binder
This past Saturday night’s winner was the 2016 flick Riddle Room.
Not really a lot of reviewing you can do about this movie without giving pretty much everything away that happens. The entire film takes place in one small room with one main cast member and four supporting members. The entire movie consists of a small group of men trying to make a woman, Emily Burns remember what happened to her on January 11th.
The captors place a TV in Emily’s room which either plays CCTV footage or videos from Emily’s past. There is also a clock on the wall counting down. Does Emily figure out what they want her to remember before the clock hits zero?
For there not being a ton of action in this movie, it still wasn’t a bad flick. So if you have nothing to watch and your looking for something, there are worst things you could end of watching.