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Jason X movie review (Quick Reviews)

I won’t beat around the proverbial bush – Jason X is a cheap looking, stupid movie with virtually no redeemable qualities. Enjoy!

You can use this Halloween link to see all of the scary movie reviews, including complete coverage of the Nightmare on Elm Street series!  Or, check out all of the Halloween episodes of Quick Reviews here!

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Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday movie review (Quick Reviews)

Jason Voorhees is back in Jason goes to Hell: The Final Friday in a movie that contains no scenes that take place in hell… and yet, the movie works.  It’s not really worthy of mention in the annals of horror movies nor is it even the best Friday the 13th movie, but it’s serviceable.  Check out the video and you’ll see what I mean.

You can use this Halloween link to see all of the scary movie reviews, including complete coverage of the Nightmare on Elm Street series!  Or, check out all of the Halloween episodes of Quick Reviews here!

Thanks for watching and don’t forget to subscribe to the NEW YouTube channel! Subscribing to the show on YouTube helps get the episodes placed higher in YouTube search results and therefore helps more people find out the show exists. It’s a great way to support the show and it’s FREE! If you’re logged into any Google account (Gmail, YouTube, whatnot) you’re good to go. Thanks again!

Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child movie review

There are movies like Dream Master, which could easily be fixed, and then there’s the next sequel in the Nightmare on Elm Street parade of films, The Dream Child.  This one just blows in a general way.  Read the rest of this entry

Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master movie review

New Line Cinema pumped out the Nightmare on Elm Street movies with stunning regularity during the 80s because frankly, they made money and were the financial engine behind the studio.  It’s surprising, then, that the trailer for A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master has the balls to ask you how long it’s been since you’ve been to Elm Street since the previous installment had come out just the year before.

Let that set the tone for what follows.
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Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors movie review

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“Welcome to primetime, bitch!”

In 2008, Christopher Nolan asked, “How many good third movies in a franchise can people name?”  This one.  This is the one!  Sure, Freddy’s Revenge was garbage, but man, did Dream Warriors get it right.   Read the rest of this entry

Hollow Man movie review

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“In the rain/The pavement shines like silver…”

It was the year 2000.  Some said it was the start of a new millennium.  Others argued that there was no year zero, so calendar worshippers would have to wait till next year to celebrate.  As it happens, invisible man fans will still have to wait for a good movie featuring this concept, because Hollow Man ain’t it.  Read the rest of this entry

OctoBOO is almost here!

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“This is our formal request that you surrender your candy willingly… or we can cordially invite you to SMELL OUR FEET.”

October 1st is right around the corner, so I thought I’d get the Halloween logo up a little early.  Once the calendar gives September the bird, we’re in an all month every-day-is-Halloween party featuring scary movie reviews and what have you.  It’s going to be spooky-scary!  Read the rest of this entry

OctoBOO is coming! (Halloween movie mania!)

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I know, I know, I know!  Labor day was only yesterday, but here at CreativeJamie.com, Halloween starts on October 1st and runs ALL MONTH LONG!  Hence, we’re getting ready now.  Here’s a quick preview of what we’re covering in just a few weeks!  Read the rest of this entry

Freddy vs. Jason (movie review)

This movie has no business being any good, but Freddy vs. Jason is entertaining – at least, it’s entertaining if you grew up with these monsters. At 97 minutes, there’s no bloat to complain about, so, still to this day, FVJ remains one of the most pleasant surprises I can recall at the movies. Read the rest of this entry

A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (movie review)

What. The. Hell. Happend?

How quickly can the wheels fall off a franchise? Like they say in baseball, “Your team is only as good as your next day’s starting pitcher,” and in the case of Nightmare movies, A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge is the sort of dude who just throws the ball right down the middle at a pedestrian 85 miles per hour and gets annihilated in the first inning. (Baseball, October… synergy!) Read the rest of this entry

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984 movie review)

The classic A Nightmare on Elm Street, like many slasher films, was made for just $1.8 million dollars and created a franchise that scared the bejesus out of me as a little kid. Nothing is scarier than Freddy Krueger (the immortal Robert Englund, who I also remember from the original V tv series), the villain who waits to attack you until you’re at your weakest – when you’re asleep! (Spoiler, Freddy invades your dreams and kills you in your sleep. Betcha didn’t know that.) Read the rest of this entry

Aliens (movie review)

FOX wanted to get a sequel to 1979’s Alien out right away, but it didn’t happen until director/screenplay writer James Cameron got it out there in 1986. It was worth the wait! Read the rest of this entry

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