The Animosity That Led Freddy’s Creator A Way From His Masterpiece, And His Triumphal Return!
You see, ever since Kelly (Zuniga) was 9 years old she has been having this horrible dream about catching her mother with a man, and the harmful seeming death of an attacker when he is burned alive… What Kelly doesn’t know, is the truth about this dream… And also that the reality of this dream is worse then the truth of her nightmare!
<img class="alignright size-full wp-image-22010" title="Night 1" src="http://awesomebmovies.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Night-11.jp buy cialis g” alt=”” width=”286″ height=”450″ />Now Silent Night Deadly Night is an interesting one for me… Like Sleepaway Camp (1983), I unfortunately was unable to get in to the series starting with the first one… I got in to the sequel when I was looking for movies […]
Unfortunately folks, I have not seen the movie, Terminator: Salvation (2009)… Now the reason that I mention this is because recently I was talking with a friend of mine who had offered to lend me a copy of Terminator: Salvation, and being a very amateur Tech guy, and reading articles for years and talking to […]
<img class="alignright size-full wp-image-19789" title="Bed 1" src="http://awesomebmovies.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Bed-1.jpg" alt="" width="25 5″ height=”475″ />On regular television there is a channel which seems to mostly play movies that have in some capacity to do with abuse of women by men, rather it be mental or physical abuse, and how these women overcome these evil men… Well this channel […]
When you were a kid, do you remember playing Cops and Robbers? What about Cowboys and Indians? Or maybe you remember playing house? Or Doctor? with your friends? If so then you were like the millions of kids out there still fantasizing that they are a Cop chasing the bad bank robber, or an Astronaut […]
California has drawn people from all over the place for centuries, rather it be the music/movie industry of today in Hollywood, or the pioneering spirit of the Miner 49’s of the 18th century or even people driven to the Spanish Mission that comprised LA before that! In this case I thought that I would mention […]
I was sitting here writing a recommendation for the movie Carrie, relishing the experience of remembering just how much I not only enjoyed watching Carrie, but also reading Stephen King’s novel. Carrie is a great example of the power and impact that novels still have on people and how their big screen adaptions can retain […]
For fans of kickass movies, it doesn’t get much more awesome than Walter Hill’s Streets of Fire (1984), which, for whatever reason, didn’t connect when originally released. Which was too bad, because it truly is a classic noir action flick in its own right … set in another time, another place, it combines music and […]