CAPSULE MOVIE REVIEWS - JACK BROOKS: MONSTER SLAYER
Terrific fun with an exceptional cast and inspired monster effects. “Atypical protagonist discovers mythic power” story told ingeniously by first time director as Jack Brooks learns to channel his irrational rage to constructive pursuits. Fast and fun. Monster effects are inspired and practical, humor and limbs fly fast and free! Bonus points for Robert Englund. (4/5)
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987) glow-in-the-dark poster
This is what a dream coming true looks like.
!!CALLING ALL CANADIAN FANS!!
FEAR CLINIC’S Robert Englund will be in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on the 20th and 21st of September for the Saskatoon Comic and Entertainment Expo!
So I met Robert Englund. Shaking, the whole time.
Right before I went for my photo with him he did the Freddy laugh, and I absolutely died. I nearly puked before I met him.
So I meekly go up and say “Can I please, like, hug you?”
He grabs my waist, pulls me RIGHT in and goes “hug away baby”
So you know, I died, AGAIN.
Then when we posed I felt the blade on my shoulder, practically fainted, and then the fucker GROWLS at me, “you gotta stop trembling” it’s not until AFTER the photo that I realize the position of my right hand.
I’m dead guys, I can’t handle this, I’m actually fucking dead.
My friends Kat and Steven invited Robert Englund to their wedding as a joke. He replied, declined, but sent them a card nevertheless! I thought this was awesome. What a rad cat!
every dvd I own
The Phantom of The Opera (1989)
"Your father has sent me. I am your angel. All of your lesssons have led to this moment. We will make music that the world will love forever. Take the last step to me. To your destiny. To immortality."
I mean, look at us; we’re dropping off like flies here.