Starting with this review, I'm gonna be doing something a little different: I'm gonna be putting my overall score at the top of the page, right under the poster, instead of at the end. Because some people don't like taking five seconds to scroll to the bottom of the page just to see the score I gave a movie. (You know who you are... brother.)
Rated R for strong violence, grisly images, and language
You know, I've never seen Firestarter before, or its sequel, and I've got both in a two-disc DVD collection. So to squeeze in sixteen horror movies that I've never seen before this October, another double-feature might be fun, right?
So, to commemorate Wes Craven after his death this past Sunday, I was gonna watch and review one of his films... but I've already seen and reviewed every film of his that I have on DVD or Blu-Ray, and Netflix is sorely lacking when it comes to his other films. What to do? Well, I did have this one film that said "Wes Craven Presents" on the cover, let's see how that one is...
Rated PG-13 for terror/violence, sexual content and language
This Tuesday, MTV is premiering a Scream TV series that, believe it or not, I'm cautiously optimistic about. Yeah, how about that? So this week, I'm gonna watch the entire film series. Having already checked out the original, I'm gonna get this set of reviews started with the first sequel...