28th June 2011, 10:31 PM
Padathula kekkavum paakavum naasthiaa irukkum. After seeing this film i so disliked rosemary's baby, aalai vudungada saami.
Originally Posted by Raikkonen
28th June 2011 10:31 PM
7th July 2011, 02:39 AM
nightmare on elm street ; dream master
i never understood the appeal of freddy tbf. maybe because i'm biased as i've always been a jason guy. well the 1st one and 3rd one were great. the 2nd one had an out of boundary theme and the rest of them were .... joke. serious. Freddy just floats there, kills people and busts out his one liners. i think they just made the series since it's a cash cow and Freddy was a cultural icon in states back in late 80's... after all, new line cinema was a house that Freddy built.
anyway the movie just terrible. slow, plodding and never interested me.. they had some wild imaginary scenes like cockroach kills, Englund in nurse costume.. come on. i know he's supposed to be a joke, but don't tell me when to laugh. for some reasons the critics have always loved the nightmare series. i don't think any of the friday series were rated 50%+ in RT (Jason Lives, my least favorite in the series is the highest rated.. :facepalm. Atleast Jason was intimidating and you want the protagonists to kill him.. which is well, the main aim of any horror movies.
7th July 2011, 11:14 AM
No wonder the film was released straight in DVD. More suitable to watch in the idiot box than in the big screen.
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17th July 2011, 10:50 AM
Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare
Basically a giant joke. Freddy's a joke seriously. Atleast Dream Child attempted to inject some seriousness with more gothic theme, but this one is just zzzz... You know horror movies supposed to be scary right? Movies were made to cash in on the Freddymania that was running wild on US at that time. I mean he had tv shows, merchandises, guest star on talk shows, mtv appearances.. I think they were really afraid that a sick and twisted Freddy (part 1 -3) would ruin the popularity he had with the younger audience.
Story is nothing new. New Line Cinema sucks. The first thing they did to Jason when they bought over the series from paramount was to give him an extra backstory.. what a load of BS. Are you telling me that Pamela voorhees and Tommy Jarvis are not enough to make Jason credible?. I'm referencing Friday series because that's what NLC did to Freddy here. They added a backstory (which is fine if they didn't ignore the excellent backbones like part 1 and 3) for Freddy and it was awful from the word go. I'm bitter because part 3 was really really really good and one of the best movies of all time (yeah, i went there). Dream Master put the series to coma and Final Nightmare shot the dying patient (no pun intended). And Freddy's last hurrah goes with a whimper. He has 3 kills.. one of them on a 16 bit videogame (i'm not kidding). And the climax.. come on now, was the movie rated pg-13? is that the way to kill one of the franchise horror characters of all time. Johnny Depp makes his return to the series.. albeit in a 10 seconds cameo, but it's still nice to him in the series that made him (like Jamie Lea in Halloween H20 and Savini in Final Chapter)..
Thankfully Wes Craven would re-invent the series in New Nightmare. While far cry from his original adventure, it's still eons better than all the sequels except part 3.
3rd July 2012, 06:17 PM
When a stranger calls
The police officer's call back to Jill to reveal the caller's location should find a place in the top 10 spine chilling moments in the history of films.