From the mailbag is back once again, only because we're a couple of posts away from the end of the month. Before I dive into your feedback, I want to make sure you guys were aware of a couple of quick things.
First and foremost, this December I will NOT be doing a "holiday of horrors" like I did last year. If you have forgotten, last year I wrote reviews specifically in the "holiday horror" category, and this year I'm not going to do that. But I will be doing reviews, so stay tuned.
Secondly, on a personal note, I still haven't found any type of employment. With that being said, if you deem it necessary to purchase movies and media this holiday season, please utilize the amazon links found on this page, to do so. Thank you.
Now, for the comments, and a few of my own zingers, but mostly you guys. Jervaise, some of your comments don't really require my response, as there is nothing more to say.
Anonymous said in regards to my "Silent Hill Review":
You're crazy! I Love silent hill!
Nope. You're wrong.
jervaise brooke hamster said in regards to my "Wind Chill Review":
I want to bugger Emily Blunt in her arse not her cunt...HA..HA..HA..(as she was in 2001 when she was 18, not as she is now obviously) its just such a shame thats shes British rubbish. By the way, i actually thought that "Wind Chill" was rather cosy, soothing and even perhaps kinda` charming in certain ways and i think it might achieve a cult following or even become a Christmas favorite for those reasons.
I highly doubt it will be a cult following induced film, in fact, but I'm usually wrong.
Anonymous said in regards to my "Silent Hill Review":
I don't like your opinion on silent hill. You must be really boring.
I am boring, that's why I write a blog and you leave "anonymous" comments.
Anonymous said in regards to my "Silent Hill Review":
The first time i saw this movie, i was sitting alone. what i wasnt excpecting was the town being silent hill. however, this wovie inspired me to write my own silent novel based on a young boy. Silent hill is an amzaazzzzzing movie! ~16 year old girl~
When I was 16, I had already seen all the British film industries finest, and therefore my taste was terrible. Apparently, yours is too.
jervaise brooke hamster said in regards to my "REWIND: Take Me Down To Nightmare City Where The G...":
The thing i like most about Italian horror films is that they`re not British.
Hahah, come on man, come on! There's more to like than just that.
jervaise brooke hamster said in regards to my "Final Stab Review":
Sir Jorge, google "Lisa Phillips Vintage Porn" as well, she was pretty amazing too (although not as incredible as the astonishing Miss Hickey obviously) its just a shame she is British. By the way, i think Pauline is Irish so thats not quite as bad thankfully.
I see...I see.
jervaise brooke hamster said in regards to my American Werewolf in London review:
I`ve always regarded "An American Werewolf In London" as one of the most ludicrously over-rated horror movies in the history of cinema (and not just because it was shot in England, although that doesn`t help things either obviously). "The Howling" (released around the same time) is 100 times better. Why couldn`t the werewolf have been in New York or Tokyo or Berlin or Los Angeles or..or..any-fucking-where except fucking London? then it would have been a much better movie.
Sir Jorge, i was just looking at the cast list of the latest Harry Potter movie and seeing the names of all that British filth literally made me want to vomit, BLOODY BRITISH GARBAGE. By the way, i want to bugger Emma Watson even if she is British rubbish.
Your consistency on the topic of anti-London and all this British is astounding. I still want to visit the place.
The World of Lurlene Mcdaniel said in regards to my "Return To Cabin By The Lake Review":
I hate this movie for the fact that once again that creepy fucker is still alive.
i mean wtf.
i love judd nelson though, idk why but i guess it was because he was so awesome in that tales from the crypt episode "what's cookin" where he played that sidekick cook named gaston, who would slaughter people and cook them. Disturbing, but i liked the character he played in that film.
Hmm...Nelson in Tales from the Crypt? I'll have to check it out. This movie though, terrible, I can't believe I sat through it and the sequel.
jervaise brooke hamster said in regards to my "Silent Hill Review":
"Silent Hill" was a real surprise to me because i genuinely thought it was one of the best films i`ve ever seen (literally). By the way, i want to bugger Radha Mitchell (as she was in 1991 when she was 18, not as she is now obviously). I just realised Jodelle Ferland just turned 16 so 2 years from now i`ll be desperately wanting to get my knob up her bum as well.
The best? Wow, that's a new low.
jervaise brooke hamster said in regards to my "REWIND: Ghoulies II Review":
Sir Jorge, i wonder if the British film industry could ever produce anything as good as "Ghoulies II"?, i very much doubt it !!!.
jervaise brooke hamster said in regards to "Return To Cabin By The Lake Review":
I just visited lurlene`s site and although she obviously isn`t 18 i`d still love to bugger her senseless.
jervaise brooke hamster said in regards to my"An American Werewolf in London Review":
So that Potter garbage made $125 million dollars in its opening week-end, the American movie going public should be absolutely ashamed of themselves for encouraging this British made celluloid dog-shit (and for 10 years now as well), you`d have thought that they would have realised what a pile of shit Harry Potter was 20 minutes into the first movie but here they are 10 years later still buying into what is the most pathetic and laughable franchise of all time, its beyond my comprehension how such a vast number of people can allow themselves to be conned for so long by such unwatchable rubbish.
It might be unwatchable for us, but apparently 100+ millions of dollars worth of tickets were sold.
jervaise brooke hamster said in regards to my"Final Stab Review":
Sir Jorge, have you seen that incredible bird who runs that horror movie reveiw site called "Mermaid Heather"?, the birds called Heather Santrous and i think the bird is one of the most gorgeous little darlin`s i`ve ever seen.
I see...hmm...It's on my radar.
The World of Lurlene Mcdaniel said in regards to my "REWIND: Santa's Slay Review":
dude, I love Santa's slay. That movie was awesome.
i remember first watching it on fear net all the way and ever since then, I immediately fell in love with the movie. Everything you said is true, and i gotta say, bill goldberg was great playing evil santa claus.
don't forget, the chick who played the female protagonist also played evil bitchy Chris farguson in the remake of carrie (2002).
Yes, it's one of the rare Holiday Horror film gems. I'll have to rewatch Carrie from 2002.
jervaise brooke hamster said in regards to my "REWIND: A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Reve...":
The pansy queer bullshit in this movie completely spoilt it for me, dirty faggots they always spoil every film they`re involved with. By the way, i hate Robert Englunds surname (for obvious reasons).
jervaise brooke hamster said in regards to my "REWIND: Silver Bullet Review":
2 things i like about Stephen King: Hes heterosexual and he isn`t British.
jervaise brooke hamster said in regards to my "They Call Her One Eye Review":
I want to bugger Christina Lindberg (as she was at the time this movie was made, not as she is now obviously).
jervaise brooke hamster said in regards to my "Puppet Master Review":
Have you seen that episode of the old T.V. show "Night Gallery" called "The Doll" (originally shown in 1970)?, its ludicrously and laughably primitive by todays standards but i still find it strangely unnerveing whenever i watch it.
Yes! I love Night Gallery, it's one of my favorite shows from that era, or any era for that matter.
The World of Lurlene Mcdaniel said in regards to my post "The Black Guy Dies Last":
it's been a while since i've last seen this film. Luckily i recorded it on tape while fear net was playing it. I miss the slasher films of the 80's and before.
Night of the demons was a good film. And i don't think your racist at all and you do have a point there.
I have the remake screener I need to review, I'll get to it in December.
jervaise brooke hamster said in regards to my "The Black Guy Dies Last":
Sir Jorge, is your fiancee a hot chick?, maybe you could post a picture of her.
My fiancee was so hot, I married her in 2006. No pics will be posted, sorry.
jervaise brooke hamster said in regards to my "Brotherhood of Blood Review":
Sir Jorge, i dont care how bad it supposedly is "Brotherhood of Blood" is still 100 times better than anything the British film industry has ever produced (or could ever dream of producing), just another reminder to keep you well away from British garbage.
jervaise brooke hamster said in regards to my "REWIND: The Omen IV: The Awakening Review":
It may have been made for television but i`d rather watch "O-girl IV: The Awakening" in a cinema than any of that British made Harry Potter garbage any day of the week, just to put into perspective again what a laughable pathetic joke the British film industry really is.
I'm right there with you.
jervaise brooke hamster said in regards to my "REWIND: Friday The 13th Part VI: Jason Lives Revie...":
Alice Cooper is a bloody load of old rubbish although what redeems him slightly is his rampaging heterosexuality and the fact that he isn`t British.
I like him none the less.
Anonymous said in regards to my "Peacock Review":
i think this movie good, how cillian play his role as 2 different person, its interesting and i think not every actor can do that, anyway he look goods as woman or man and i like it both lol
It was ok at best.
That's the end of this months comments. I'm broke, and well broke. I'll review more in the coming month, including some interesting independent film a UK screener, and much more coming your way. If you have a few extra pennies, support the blog and me by visiting amazon links I post.
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Monday, November 29, 2010
From The Mailbag End of November 2010 Edition
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