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A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master review

Posted : 3 months, 2 weeks ago on 12 October 2020 08:06 (A review of A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master)

Once again I have returned to Elm Street to tackle everyone's favorite dream demon...this time we are going to be talking about Nightmare On Elm Street 4: Dream Master, some of our beloved dream warrior friends are back but we've got some faces including Alice, Rick, Dan, and Debbie. While it is not as good as Dream Warriors, the creative kills are still there including the infamous kills that come to my mind...specifically Freddy appearing as a sexy woman in the waterbed, taking out Rick as an invisible ninja, and the most iconic of all...the infamous transformation of Debbie into her own worst fear, a cockroach. That cockroach sequence, you know between this and David Cronenberg's remake of the Fly, I don't think insects will ever be the same for me again. And most infamously...the infamous diner scene where we found out Alice's worst nightmare is to be stuck working at the same place forever and also where the souls go...in a pizza. Yep, the pizza has the souls of Freddy's victims in it, and also most notably...the heads of those victims are meatballs.

Check out this fourth installment of the Elm Street franchise, if you dare, but remember to sleep with the lights on when you go to bed, or better yet don't fall asleep at all.


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A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors review

Posted : 3 months, 2 weeks ago on 12 October 2020 07:59 (A review of A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors)

Since I already have already talked about the first two Elm Street installments I think it's time I talked about the third..and the most infamous one of all Dream Warriors, oh hell yes. This is when Freddy Fever officially kicked off and when Freddy officially became a household name. The dream demon is back and this time he's going after a new group of teens, but these aren't ordinary teens...these are teens who have powers/skills they normally don't have in their dreams. Ladies and gentlemen, meet the Dream Warriors. Each of them has an unique power/ability in the dream realm which comes in useful, such as Joey's super sonic scream, Taryn's needles/knives, Roland's super-strength, Kristen's ability to pull people into her dreams, and Will's magic. Also this movie was banned in Australia for some reason, well one particular scene was...the scene where Taryn dies via Freddy's needle-claws.


The kills are very creative and some of the best Freddy deaths I have ever seen in the entire franchise, including the ever memorable scene where Jennifer dozes off in front of the tv while watching a Dick Cavett interview only for Cavett to turn into Freddy and Freddy to emerge from the television uttering his famous line...'Welcome to prime-time, bitch', this definitely is the second time i've seen someone being killed via a television, okay...the third if you count Videodrome, the other one being in Grosse Pointe Blank. Does this mean that Groccer from Grosse Pointe Blank could be her father or even her uncle? Because they both die the exact same way.


I love the puppet sequence too, that's creative and has great use of stopmotion/claymation. Also it's really inventive of Freddy to use Phillip's interest in puppetry as a means to destroy him in the dream world. I also really like Joey's kill in this....Freddy appears as a sexy nurse and seduces him only to use his freakishly long tongue to pin him down to the bed. Freddy would later kill Joey in Dream Master by appearing as a sexy woman in a waterbed. Makes me wonder if Freddy would ever consider doing that type of kill often. And you can't forget Dokken's epic Dream Warriors song. And oh yeah, the freaking Freddy snake scene..the Freddy snake.


If you haven't seen this installment of the Elm Street franchise, you should..and if you don't Elm Street, don't worry you will. But if you haven't heard of it, don't worry...Freddy is going to be coming for you too, so I wouldn't bother falling asleep.


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Willow review

Posted : 3 months, 2 weeks ago on 12 October 2020 07:57 (A review of Willow)

80's fantasy, there really is nothing that compares to it and this flick is a fine example of it, every aspect of it just comes across as grand, it has all you could ever ask for in a fantasy movie, mythical creatures, a likable hero, magic, an evil villainess, and wonderfully whimsical worlds and environments. Warwick Davis shines in the role and the creatures and SFX are all top notch, kudos especially to the team behind it all and also to director Ron Howard, in addition to this there are a lot of scenes I love about this. Including the infamous 'you're all pigs' sequence, yes I like a scene where people get turned into pigs...don't kinkshame or witch-hunt me for liking an animal transformation scene.


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A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge review

Posted : 3 months, 2 weeks ago on 12 October 2020 07:46 (A review of A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge)

In the franchise in general this one is often dubbed the 'homoerotic' Elm Street movie because of the supposed subtext which probably wasn't intentional, but the lead actor is gay in real life so maybe it was...I don't know, originally they didn't want Robert Englund back as Freddy and were considering getting someone else but they brought Robert Englund back and he reprised the role in this and all of the others up until Freddy VS Jason. I like a lot of things about this, mainly the idea of Freddy possessing someone and controlling them into killing others while under his control, and also the scene of Freddy coming out of the main character's body....is one impressive sequence.

This definitely handled the monstrous transformation as a sort of metaphor better than My Demon Lover.


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A Nightmare on Elm Street review

Posted : 3 months, 2 weeks ago on 12 October 2020 07:37 (A review of A Nightmare on Elm Street)

Ah, the land of dreams...the place that we feel the most safe, where nothing can possibly harm you, but what if those sweet dreams weren't made of this at all? What if those dreams were horrifying? What if those dreams were fatal? What if if you woke up from having a particular terrifying nightmare only to find your friends had the same nightmare and weren't alive anymore? Our parents often say 'sweet dreams' to us when we go to sleep but those words aren't enough to keep the dark forces at bay. And what better dark force to haunt everyone's dreams than Freddy Krueger?

Based on a series of occurences that Wes Craven himself read about, about a bunch of teenagers being killed in their sleep, this is Nightmare On Elm Street. The movie that launched an icon, and what an icon indeed. If you haven't heard of Freddy Krueger, I pity you for not knowing about him and I hope he'll visit you in your nightmares, because you deserve to be introduced to him.

Freddy is an icon, iconically portrayed by Robert Englund in all of the main movies in this franchise and Freddy VS Jason, this killer's look cannot be mistaken for anyone else, with his unsettling scarred/burned looking face, his signature hat and sweater, and of course his gloves with the claws. After the parents of the children of Elm Street burn him, he comes back from the dead as a dream demo to haunt said children/teens in their dreams and thus making it unsafe for them to fall asleep. 1,2 Freddy's coming for you, 3,4 better lock your door.

No one else can pull off Freddy quite like Robert Englund does, which is probably why the remake failed. Also I adore the Treehouse Of Horror parody of this with Groundskeeper Willie, that's one of the best Simpsons halloween episodes/segments in my opinion.

If you have not seen NOES yet, don't worry...Freddy is coming for you.


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Fright Night review

Posted : 3 months, 2 weeks ago on 12 October 2020 07:33 (A review of Fright Night)

I've always been a fan of horror, I remember being a fan of Goosebumps and Are You Afraid Of The Dark as well as in addition to this developing an interest in werecreatures because of a website I went on that had various pictures specifically screencaptures from movies/tv shows/cartoons/anime that had monster/werecreature/transformation elements, and that's when I discovered Big Wolf On Campus (my first major television show obsession). Basically one time I was looking through a magazine sort of like TV Guide in September of 2009 and there was a page about the movie channel specifically MGM having a vampire marathon (the four movies being aired were this one, Love At First Bite, Once Bitten and Scream Blacula Scream) and I had seen Once Bitten many times before and had become obsessed with it (to the point I was looking for the soundtrack for ages). After checking out this movie, I officially got converted into a full blown horror fan.

This movie is a must watch for anyone who likes vampires or 80's horror, it's got everything. It's got gruesome special effects, a protagonist horror fans can relate to, and a charismatic villain.


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Carrie review

Posted : 3 months, 2 weeks ago on 12 October 2020 07:27 (A review of Carrie)

Stephen King is without a doubt one of my favorite writers, for numerous reasons...he can make even things like cars and even our own beloved pets into horrifying nightmares just waiting to haunt us. Even puberty is terrifying (well puberty kind of already is scary) when King does his own depiction of it, and this isn't ordinary puberty either...this is puberty where you get supernatural powers that you can't control. This is Carrie, based on the novel of the same name. I really sympathize with Carrie and I feel bad for her, she gets bullied and treated unfairly because she is different, her mother is cruel and harsh to her and on top of that...she has powers she cannot control. In this little horror story of how a simple school-dance turns into a night from hell, and how puberty can indeed turn horrifying.

I love Sissy Spacek's performance as Carrie and you really do feel terrible for her, and like you want to take care of her and make her feel better, this is one of the best King adaptations.


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The Blues Brothers review

Posted : 3 months, 2 weeks ago on 12 October 2020 07:25 (A review of The Blues Brothers)

For those who don't know me yet, I am Monstermaster13...I am a reviewer/writer, monster fanatic, SNL lover and a Dan Aykroyd simp you don't want to cross paths with. My love of Aykroyd is one I am fiercely proud of and if anyone questions me about it, they shall meet an early demise. But about my origin for my Aykroyd and SNL obsession, I remember my mother talking to me about Animal House and i s star John Belushi, saying at the time that she found it to be disgusting although compared to today's comedy offering it is tame at least in my opinion.

Prior to discovering the joys of SNL, I was a fan of All That (a Nickelodeon sketch show that was similar to SNL) and The Amanda Show (its spinoff series, my favorite cast member being Josh Peck) and I got into classic SNL later on with my very major SNL actor favorite being Mike Myers and then later Chris Farley followed by John Belushi. I was first introduced to this movie via its sequel and well that wasn't a good introduction for me. I saw the trailer for the sequel on television and thought it looked cool, I saw it years later and was disappointed. Then I saw the talent show episode of Drake and Josh where the two siblings dressed as Elwood and Jake for a talent show performance of 'Soul Man'.

I eventually discovered the first movie and was blown away, right away you can tell Jake and Elwood act like real siblings, they fight sometimes, they argue but they care for each-other, and they're always there to help each-other out. The Blues Brothers is of course the brainchild of Dan Aykroyd whose original draft for the script had to be altered to be more managable, that's the problem with Aykroyd sometimes...so many brainy ideas, he just needs someone to balance him out when it comes to all of them.

What I like is that this is a love letter to the r&b subgenres and despite all the production problems and issues like Belushi's drug addiction at the time, this movie has everything and came out on top. True, it wasn't a huge hit, but it gained a cult following and it is worth checking out. It shows that if John Belushi was still with us, maybe he and Dan would have made more movies together.


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Fire Emblem Awakening review

Posted : 5 months, 4 weeks ago on 2 August 2020 09:08 (A review of Fire Emblem Awakening)

I had a bad experience with someone who is a fan of these games and that was Joelowes on Deviantart, basically Joe complained wen I said that I find these games to be dull and overrated. Screw this franchise, screw Joelowes.


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The Human Centipede II (2011) review

Posted : 6 years, 3 months ago on 14 October 2014 08:41 (A review of The Human Centipede II (2011))

I had a very unpleasant experience with someone who claims to actually like this movie, it's god-awful and gross - there is NOTHING good about having your ass-stuck to someone else's mouth. It is not sexy, it is not creative, it is just gross. Roger Ebert was absolutely right.


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“Once again I have returned to Elm Street to tackle everyone's favorite dream demon...this time we are going to be talking about Nightmare On Elm Street 4: Dream Master, some of our beloved dream warrior friends are back but we've got some faces including Alice, Rick, Dan, and Debbie. While it is not” read more

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“Since I already have already talked about the first two Elm Street installments I think it's time I talked about the third..and the most infamous one of all Dream Warriors, oh hell yes. This is when Freddy Fever officially kicked off and when Freddy officially became a household name. The dream demo” read more

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“80's fantasy, there really is nothing that compares to it and this flick is a fine example of it, every aspect of it just comes across as grand, it has all you could ever ask for in a fantasy movie, mythical creatures, a likable hero, magic, an evil villainess, and wonderfully whimsical worlds” read more

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“In the franchise in general this one is often dubbed the 'homoerotic' Elm Street movie because of the supposed subtext which probably wasn't intentional, but the lead actor is gay in real life so maybe it was...I don't know, originally they didn't want Robert Englund back as Freddy and were conside” read more

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“Ah, the land of dreams...the place that we feel the most safe, where nothing can possibly harm you, but what if those sweet dreams weren't made of this at all? What if those dreams were horrifying? What if those dreams were fatal? What if if you woke up from having a particular terrifying nightmare ” read more

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Monstermaster posted a review of Fright Night

“I've always been a fan of horror, I remember being a fan of Goosebumps and Are You Afraid Of The Dark as well as in addition to this developing an interest in werecreatures because of a website I went on that had various pictures specifically screencaptures from movies/tv shows/cartoons/anime that h” read more

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Monstermaster posted a review of Carrie

“Stephen King is without a doubt one of my favorite writers, for numerous reasons...he can make even things like cars and even our own beloved pets into horrifying nightmares just waiting to haunt us. Even puberty is terrifying (well puberty kind of already is scary) when King does his own depiction ” read more

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“For those who don't know me yet, I am Monstermaster13...I am a reviewer/writer, monster fanatic, SNL lover and a Dan Aykroyd simp you don't want to cross paths with. My love of Aykroyd is one I am fiercely proud of and if anyone questions me about it, they shall meet an early demise. But about ” read more

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Thanks for the list vote :}
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Thank you for the Elizabeth Hurley list vote and for adding it to lists you've made.
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Thank you. :)
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