• Friday the 13th

    Friday the 13th

    This one did not get any better this time around. Decent kills here and there, but story-wise is just plain silly.

  • Chariots of Fire

    Chariots of Fire


    Never got around to seeing the whole film, even though we had this at the theater where I worked when it first came out. Still a great movie.

  • Nope



    The more I thought about it, the more I liked it. I liked that it was very different in terms of an alien or UFO movie. I also liked that there were certain parts, at the time, that were damn creepy, and can totally understand the title.

  • X



    Still a great movie.

  • The Night Nurse

    The Night Nurse


    A little dry and slow but I actually liked it quite a bit.

  • The Night the World Exploded

    The Night the World Exploded


    Katzman produced, with Sears directing, how could it be bad. It's actually not, but very dated and more than a bit preachy. But for the time, I'm sure it got people thinking, especially kids.

  • Angel Heart

    Angel Heart


    I think I haven't seen this since it came out in the theater. Didn't care for it too much then. I liked it better now, but I still think my biggest issue with it is that I don't like Rourke. I do like the whole film noir sort of feel they went with though.

  • The Phantom of the Opera

    The Phantom of the Opera


    Really enjoyed revisiting this. Love the score. While it shows the time it was made in, with the extra gore for the horror fans, I still think there are elements that are done really well. Don't get me wrong, the effects are great and I like the concept of the human mask. Still remains a favorite.

  • Black Adam

    Black Adam


    Not bad. No nothing about the character from the comics but it was entertaining.

  • Spasmo



    Going to go with this being a first-time view because I remember nothing from the film. I loved the fact that you have no clue of what is going on until the very end. Lenzi does a great job keeping the real truth hidden until then, even though there are several times you THINK you know what might be going on, but you're never quite sure.

  • Bloody Sect

    Bloody Sect


    Played much better with a crowd than the first time we watched it. Still bat-shit crazy and more than a few WTF moments. But fun.

  • The Horror of Party Beach

    The Horror of Party Beach


    This one never gets old seeing and seeing it with a crowd is even better. Some of the most entertaining creatures, especially the mutated, melting ones. Now if we could just edit out some of those song and dance numbers . . .