Holy f**k, talk about not taking responsibility for the political decisions (or lack of) and spitting the victims families in their faces.
If this was the case, then here in Sweden we would probaly be out of students by now. We are the least religious country in the world, where 82% said religion was not important according to a poll. If we then look at the global peace index, Sweden is the 18th most peaceful country in the world, US has place 128! … I rest my case.
7/10 … An experimental drug that is supposed to reduce aggression has the opposite effect on a baboon that is being experimented on by a group of medical students and their professor. While they are playing a fantasy role-playing game in their research facility, the baboon escapes and begins hunting them down.
Years: 1982/1987/1990Genre: Slasher/HorrorSource: Blu-Ray (Scream Factory) Slumber Party Massacre (1982) 7/10 A high school student’s slumber party turns terrifying as an escaped mental patient with a drill decides to crash the evening. It makes me happy just to see the opening scene with a 1980’s Los Angeles and a paperboy doing his route. It was […]
… and reason #473821 why I hate organized religion. Keep your beliefs in your invisible sky daddy in the privacy of your own home! Stop forcing other people to do so! If you choose to believe fairy tales written down by people that didn’t even know where the sun went during the night, then keep it to yourself! Read and watch the […]
7/10 … I am a sucker for movies made by people who actually thinks they do a good job, but the result is terrible, and Jesus f**kin Christ is this a train crash. The director is Bruno Mattei (here as Vincent Dawn) so you know you’re in for quality 😂.
9/10 … Two couples take off for Colorado in a recreational vehicle, looking forward to some skiing and dirt biking. While camping off track, they witness a Satanic ritual sacrifice, but the local sheriff finds no evidence to support their claims and urges them to continue on their vacation. On the way, however, they find themselves repeatedly attacked by cult members, and they take measures to defend themselves.
10/10 … lI ove each and every one of these tracks, but if I would have a gun to my head, then I choose the opening tracks beautiful dreamy tones,”Tone burst”. The monotone fuzz of ”Our Trenton blast”, the calm summer day beautiful feel of “Pak yr romantic mind”, the amazing Spacemen 3ish “Golden Ball” and of course the grinding monotone “Jenny Ondioline”. Okay, that makes five tracks, but WTF, I’m only human!
”Cold War” an amazing track, pure and raw project poetry with a haunting sample underneath. Just read the lyrics: ”Babies cryin’ brothers dyin’ and brothers getting knocked
Shit is deep on the block and you got me locked down
In this cold, cold worldIt was the night before New Year’s, and all through the fuckin’ projects
Not a handgun was silent, not even a Tec
Outside as I’m stuck, by enemies who put fear
And blasted on the spot before the pigs were dere
You know hoods robbers snipers new in sight, fuck blue and white
They escape before them flash the fuckin’ lights
7/10 … I love movies like this. Who tries to be serious, but fails miserably. We have people acting like dogs (werewolfs) sniffing the air and so on, a Czech friendly rapist, monkey suits that’s supposed to look like werewolfs, Czech midgets, transformed werewolf people having menage a trois …
9/10 Topic: Slasher Movies/HorrorStarted: About 8 years, 188 episodes to this date.Length: Usually around 90 minutes.Links: Twitter, Facebook, Apple Podcasts Fantastic podcast about slasher movies, and mainly from the 1980’s. Informative and funny. They have four hosts that each episode has a roundtable about their take on the movie one of them have chose for […]
4/10 … Apart from the early slow running in the forest, we also get a joke of a fight between the brothers, skeleton wrestling, people on fire that dosen’t try to run out of the fire but instead ”dance” around in it.
6/10 … I am a sucker för slasher movies, especially from the 1980’s. So when this one came out on blu-ray from Warner Home Video Archive Collection I had to buy it. I was sure I had seen it before so it came as a surprise that I hadn’t. Even better, a ”new” slasher for me!