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One big issue I DID have with Mad Max 4: Fury Road was the use of Max's flashbacks. They were unnecessary...and I don't like how they rewrote a certain pivotal scene from the first Mad Max film.
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goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: about 13 hours ago

One big issue I DID have with Mad Max 4: Fury Road was the use of Max's flashbacks. They were unnecessary...and I don't like how they rewrote a certain pivotal scene from the first Mad Max film.
zombie_bro at 01:49 PM May 27

Anakin is blowing up this post!

zombie_bro at 01:49 PM May 27

Anakin is blowing up this post!

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goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: about 13 hours ago

One big issue I DID have with Mad Max 4: Fury Road was the use of Max's flashbacks. They were unnecessary...and I don't like how they rewrote a certain pivotal scene from the first Mad Max film.
goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: about 17 hours ago

They BETTER give Furiosa her own franchise!!!
Cochise at 06:09 AM May 27

coming up, the Max Max Cinematic Universe lol

but hey maybe that way we could actually get a movie where Max is actually the lead character, and not just the title character. Win win for all

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: about 17 hours ago

Mad Max 4 was fucking phenomenal! This was the quickest two hours I've ever sat in a theatre. It was action packed with little room to breathe from beginning to end. It was low on character development, but was full of fantastic action (easily the best I've ever seen), colorful characters and villains (that guitar guy was awesome), and one of the greatest action heroines to ever happen...ALL HAIL FURIOSA!!! While the character development was low, each character had a scene to shine and they were developed through their actions. No one felt one-note, dialogue was low on this film. The story was told through action and visuals, and while there was no build-up the film was full of suspense and CRAZY mayhem! The acting was fantastic and the music score and directing was fantastic! Charlize Theron OWNED THIS MOVIE and Furiosa stole my heart! Flaws? There was a small love subplot that needed more development (it was cute) and Max didn't feel like Max. Verdict: 10/10
Comedian at 04:37 AM May 27

Can't wait to see this.

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 1 day ago

I saw Kingsman today and LOVED it. Everything about the film was brilliant. It was fast paced, action packed, and full of many fun and inventive ideas, and while it was over the top, it never came off as goofy to me (like Kick-Ass did). I really grew to like the characters, and the acting was fantastic. You have a great cast of veterans, so you know you're in good hands, but Taron Egerton is truly a revelation as the lead. He blew me away, and his shirtless scene had me breathless. Sophie Cookson was also charming and tough as Roxy. The CGI and green screen work was a little too obvious at times and I wish the gore was more practical, plus I don't think the Roxy/Eggsy relationship was developed enough. Verdict: 9/10
JohnLocke2342 at 03:08 AM May 26

YES YES YES! Taron Egerton is a star in the making dude

Glinda at 04:36 AM May 26

So good!!! Glad you loved it. I can't wait for the sequel or next entry or whatever it's going to be considered.

brewsky99 at 08:46 AM May 26

Looking forward too the film Legend about the Kray Twins (played by Tom Hardy) in which Taron Egerton has a major role .
Loved Kingsmen since its made 400 million world wide I expect a sequel sooner than later.

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 8 days ago

Jamie Lee Curtis starring in a horror/slasher series...THE SCREAM QUEEN IS BACK, BITCHES!!! (I was surprised by the trailer. It seems she has a pretty big role, as I was expecting a cameo).
Johnboy16 at 06:02 PM May 20

All the hail the queen

goNADSgo69 at 06:04 PM May 20

Honestly, I don't even know if the show looks good...I just couldn't stop staring at Jamie Lee Curtis.

timmyd at 12:51 AM May 21

Hell YEAH !!!

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goNADSgo69 posted a VIDEO item: 8 days ago

This new trailer finally got my interest.


goNADSgo69 at 10:28 PM May 19

I was going to watch it anyway. Slasher TV series??? I can't say no. I was one of the FEW fans of Harper's Island.

Comedian at 05:33 PM May 20

I'll watch it, but for some reason I'm a little less enthused after seeing this trailer. I think it's the dialogue and that MTV-feel that's bugging me, and the fact that Emma doesn't seem as murderous as all those teasers would have us believe--she's metaphorically murderous. She's a metaphorically murderous mean girl.

I've never heard of "Harper's Island." A quick search tells me I might dig it. Thanks for putting it on my radar.

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Pat Hatfreet at 06:55 PM May 21

I think I'll give it a shot because it will be on a channel I receive on my TV.

I dug "Harper's Island" when it aired a few years back.

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 13 days ago

I've never seen a Mad Max film in my life, so in honor of the new film I marathoned all three today! I had a BLAST! The first one was a low budget indie film with tons of heart and lively characters. It was more of an ensemble piece with Max and his family being the heart. It was a small film with big ideas; 8/10! MM2 was bigger in scope and just rocked! The dialogue was small but the action was big and the film wasn't afraid to take chances! It was a thrilling action ride from beginning to end; 9/10. MM3 wasn't awful, but it didn't live up to the first two. It felt slower in pace and the action was small. The movie felt more like a family kids' film than a Mad Max film; 6/10. Gibson was fantastic in ALL three films though.
brewsky99 at 08:18 AM May 15

In Australia/NZ Mad Max 1 and 2 are almost required watching at a early age.

Glinda at 02:15 AM May 16

Fun fun fun! You'll love the new one too.

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 13 days ago

I was sent two DVD screeners of upcoming Indie horror films: Morbid and Volumes of Blood! I can't wait to check them out!
Glinda at 12:17 AM May 15

Wow how cool, that's great. Have fun!

timmyd at 02:52 AM May 15

nice . give us your thoughts.

goNADSgo69 at 06:05 AM May 15

I loved it! I'm gonna be writing up a review this weekend!

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 14 days ago

That Supergirl trailer had me smiling from beginning to end! Count me in :)
goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 16 days ago

Question: My horror movie review blog is called Slashers Will Never Die...but I'm thinking of changing it to The Final Boy (as in I'm a real life final boy)...which do you prefer?
LelekPL at 11:24 PM May 12

The Final Boy sounds good... but I really do hope that Slashers Will Never Die (even though they kind of already have... in the mainstream)

YoshioKun13 at 01:50 AM May 13

I kinda like the first one more myself.

But take out one word and just make it "Slashers Never Die".

Cochise at 07:03 AM May 13

the final boy I think

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goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 16 days ago

One movie I have been dying to see for years is Backmask (now called Exeter). The film was made in 2012...and then disappeared, but it was just leaked online and I watched it...I am sad to say that the three years of waiting wasn't worth it. It wasn't very good :/ The writing was pretty bad and the characterization was weak. The film was boring at times with some fun action. There was some good gore, but too much CGI. The film wasn't unwatchable, just not very good. Nispel is a great director though and the music score was pretty good, and I must say the cast was pretty bang on! Everyone did a good job (I've never heard of Brittany Curran before, but I hope to see more of her). Verdict: 4/10
Anakin at 08:43 AM May 12

Seen some good reviews for this. Just released in the UK. I'll be renting it soon.

Cronos at 11:00 AM May 12

It's well made and an easy watch but nothing special (I'd give it a 6/10), good ending.

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 19 days ago

I also re-watched the 1987 Italian slasher film StageFright for the first time in I don't know how many years! It still holds up incredibly well thanks to the FANTASTIC directing and editing. The film has to be one of the most beautiful looking slasher films ever creating looking like a macabre artwork in every shot. The music score is brilliant and the death scenes are just fantastic! The film had a real mean edge to it and I loved it. The killer was super creepy (and it would have been awesome if he got his own franchise) and there is one great chase scene towards the end along with many scares and tons of suspense and tension. What stops it from being a masterpiece though are a couple things. The cops subplot was badly written, unnecessary, and just NOT funny (we didn't need comic relief)...and aside from the final girl, none of the characters were likable. They were all annoying, selfish, obnoxious assholes! At least the final girl was likable and was able to take care ...
sLaShEr84 at 07:44 PM May 08

I don't know if you remember a couple of years ago I had a lot of post about that movie.It is a great slasher a friend had told me about it and I had to check it out.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 07:57 PM May 08

Never seen that one... But I heard about it a lot not too long ago, last fall maybe. Was there a remake of this?

Glinda at 12:00 AM May 09

@Pat - there is, starring Minnie Driver. I saw it last year.

I need to check out this 1987 version.

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goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 21 days ago

I just watched Prom Night (original) for the first time in years, and I forgot how damn GREAT this movie was! Well shot, well acted (with a FANTASTIC performance by Jamie Lee Curtis, and a great performance by Eddie Benton), a good final girl, and high suspense. Wendy's chase scene is one of the best there is, and it's nice to see a slasher film take its time to set up the atmosphere and characters, so when it let it rip in the final act, I actually felt something. One could argue the pacing is too slow or the gore is too low, but neither of this bothered me. I guess the only thing I could say is that as our final girl, Kim isn't given much to do. Verdict: 9/10
Glinda at 06:29 PM May 07

I think I'm going to check this out tonight for the first time. Glad it's still holding up and you loved it!

sLaShEr84 at 09:32 PM May 07

Yeah that's a good movie.

WalkAway at 09:47 PM May 07

I keep meaning to watch this!

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goNADSgo69 posted a VIDEO item: about 1 month ago

I had the pleasure of seeing this and reviewing it a while back, and now it is finally getting released this Autumn. I REALLY liked this slasher film.


grelber37 at 07:53 AM Apr 22

Thanks for the rec.

LelekPL at 05:15 PM Apr 22

Looks a little cheap. In terms of recent slashers, where would you rank it?

goNADSgo69 at 07:38 PM Apr 22

I had the chance to review it a few months ago for my blog, and I REALLY liked it. A lot of the best slasher films are super low budget, and I thought the filmmakers did a good job with what they the film had an openly gay final boy for the lead!

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