Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Monday, September 23, 2013
Hopefully this week I get my copy of Halloween 35th edition blu ray. I'm sure it'll be a killer transfer judging from the beautiful screen shots I've been seeing cropping up over the interwebs.
Just a friendly reminder that the Fright-Rags PIECES shirt I mentioned a little while ago is now on sale. Catch it for the anniversary of the movie. I might give it a spin tonight.
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Thursday, September 19, 2013
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Thursday, September 12, 2013
The collector box looks dreamy. I got the glow-in-zee-dark poster as well. Nerdgasm.
The Night HE Came Home.
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Monday, September 9, 2013
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Much like some of the themes extrapolated from The Hills Have Eyes, this film seems to draw comparisons between the modern family of close friends, to the more traditional familial arrangement, presented by the Hittites. These Amish folk are more strict and unforgiving, but at least they seem to stick together. By the end of the film the group of close knit friends is all but kaput and saved by Isaiah and company to boot, so again the movie seems to favor the Hittites, but all the proceeding scenes of child abuse and turmoil within the Hittites makes me think that maybe the movie couldn’t settle on either family. Maybe if we are to wean some meaning from this it is that families are fucked up no matter what.
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