"Sufferin succotash, I'm a mother!"
As I sat beside a tree pondering what exactly didn't work for me about Zodiac, a cute little squirrel appears strolling along next me. He stops to make an observation. He's completely still. I try not to make any sudden movements that might scare him off. As I turn my head slowly back to the front of me, I hear a voice from below. Hey. I look back to the squirrel. With a confused look upon my face, he asks
where's my fucking animal crackers
Gets better and better.
A clever celebration of two of the most iconic slasher franchises.
Meshes the worlds of Friday the 13th and Nightmare on Elm Street in a way I'd never expect to see. You actually get teenagers who are tolerable to watch and carry weight to Jason and Freddy's story and eventual showdown. Fast paced, bloody, fun, some really effective scary scenes, stylistic direction, and a showdown so damn good you'll gladly throw logic out the…