been doing better this month+change.
~Interview with the Vampire, 1994 – a rewatch, and i was right. it’s awful.
~Van Helsing, 2004 – crap, but pretty crap. very interesting effects.
~Dracula 2000, 2000 – um. the “twist” made me want to throw my TV through the window.
~Bram Stoker’s Dracula, 1992 – well, it’s not good, but it’s not horrific either. Anthony Hopkins is so campy!
~Embrace of the Vampire, 1994 – it’s a bad movie, but i can’t deny that parts of it are pretty erotic.
~Night Watch, 2005 – the special effects are INSANELY good; the ending was such a disappointment!
~Dracula, 1931 – oh, it’s good. why fight it?
~Fright Night, 1985 – silliness! but good, cheesy, 80s silliness.
~13 Ghosts, 2001 – i have a soft spot for both Tony Shalhoub and Matthew Lillard, so this is a fun movie to watch.
~Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter, 2001 – c-movie joy!
~Vampire in Brooklyn, 1995 – oof. the only good part is Angela Bassett, who rocks the role.
~I Heart Huckabees, 2004 – i see what they’re trying to do. not successful, but i see it.
~Vampires, 1998 – it’s actually pretty neat! it needs a sequel.
~Elizabethtown, 2005 – oh god, please shut these people up already!!
~The Serpent and the Rainbow, 1988 – intriguing!
~Magic, 1978 – terrific, even though it’s occasionally hard to watch Hopkins.
~Air America, 1990 – arrrrgh!
~Masters of Horror: Pelts (Dario Argento), 2006 – not bad, not bad…
~The Hitcher, 1984 – love! Rutger Hauer is love!
~Election, 1999 – so annoying i couldn’t even finish it.
~Audrey Rose, 1977 – very sad, yet almost irritatingly spiritual.
~Cemetery Man, 1996 – after a bit it was all WTF??
~Hellbound: Hellraiser II, 1988 – oh, man, NO one should reveal a “masked man”’s face in the first sequel. dammit.
~Hellraiser, 1987 – this was actually pretty good, and kinda erotic, too.
~A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge, 1985 – unbelievably silly, tho the main male character was endearing.