For this installment of #52PickUp, I looked to Paul Verhoeven’s classic social commentary film… No, not Robocop. You’re right, that is better; why didn’t I do that instead of:
For this installment, I went to one of the only romantic comedies that I’d ever enjoyed, and that is the 2000 film:
Guys, I picked one of the worst Puppet Masters for this week’s #52PickUp, time is NOT kind to:
That’s right, I watched Puppet Master 4. I remember loving this film because it was a new Puppet Master and this one and the fifth installment were filmed back to back.
For this episode of #52PickUp I watch my favorite Friday the 13th film (yes, you read that right):
Now, I have a penchant for loving cool concepts, even though they’re attempts to reinvigorate waning franchises like Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare, and this film, Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday. Hmm, neither one of those were truly final, were they?
I must state first off that I have nothing against the other entries in the Friday the 13th series, I love them all, but this film had that “Je Nais Se Quoi” that allowed it to stand out amongst the rest. I will now attempt to shine a light on my favorite elements of the film. Continue reading
In a bizarre twist of fate, my friend Brandon had a copy of this hard to find horror/comedy from 1999, the Devon Sawa vehicle:
There are few things in life that can get me to cry, (especially so today), but nothing made me cry like this 1995 film from my youth:
When my brother and I first rented this film, we assumed it was a family friendly flick about some dog. Whoop-de-doo. The trailer sold it as such, so we took the chance.
What we discovered is that the film was one of the saddest things that we would ever see. Fluke follows a workaholic man who dies in a car accident and is reincarnated as a golden retriever.
This may come as a surprise to some of you, but growing up, I was a fat kid. So naturally, I wholeheartedly related to this 1995 comedy about fat kids who go to camp, only for the previous owners give it up to a maniacal health nut hellbent on making money, and have a nightmare befall them that year. The movie I’m talking about of course is: