Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things

Most people know my taste in movies can be pretty weird and obscure.  So it’s very rare that someone will recommend a movie to me, especially around Halloween.  But a brave soul said I should watch something from her childhood that she still loves to this day, Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things.  Being that it was a few years before my time I didn’t give it much hope; classics for me don’t begin much before 1978.  But it was directed by someone I am familiar with, Bob Clark, who went on to make Porky’s, Rhinestone, Loose Cannons, and Black Christmas which I reviewed a couple years ago.  So I decided to give it a shot because something 3 years my senior that I had never seen before should at least bring 90 minutes of enjoyment to my life right!

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US Catman: Lethal Track

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It’s been a while since I’ve been able to review a Godfrey Ho movie.  I’ve been building up my fortitude for almost a year since I watched Zombie vs. Ninja, and this time I’ve decided to tackle US Catman: Lethal Track, which is basically a combination of a movie about a government coup of a southeastern Asian country, which is more than likely Thailand, and an American who gets scratched by a radioactive cat that gives him super powers. Continue reading “US Catman: Lethal Track”

Ghoulies

ghouliesA word of advice to all you young party goers, if a friend of yours suggests you all take part in a satanic ritual, you should consider getting new friends.  I think another warning sign is if they invite you over to their house in the middle of the night for dinner and insist that you wear sunglasses for the duration of meal, your spider sense should be tingling.  In other words, get the hell out of there, pronto.  Peter, the “friend” mentioned above, and his girlfriend Rebecca move into an old mansion that contain some dangerous secrets, and Peter quickly comes under the evil influence of the house itself in 1985’s Ghoulies.

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