Picking up from the last Monster Fest Hall, J-Man and his boys discuss more about the Monster Fest like trying to save the aliens and predators franchises, how the Movie industry can be fixed, and what other horror concepts they have.
Monster Fest Rating: I know what you did last summer.
Four bloody knuckles!!
This was one of the big slasher films from the 90s along with Scream. I’ve been eagerly awaiting to see if it lives up with age and it does.
During a wild 4th of July evening four friends accidentally run over a pedestrian. Instead of reporting it to the police decides to dump his body in the ocean and keep the secret to their Graves.
Well be careful what you wish for…because someone knows what they did and is happy to give em one way ticket to death.
All while dressed as a Fisherman this mysterious man is stalking, maiming, and making the teens’ lives a living hell. The Fisherman won’t stop until each one is dead unless they turn the tables on his first.
I won’t reveal much, but I will say this film is smart, epic and easily worth the rating.
The plot gets convoluted at times but that’s why it’s not a five…plus Jennifer Love Hewitt is hawt… Anyways check it out if you haven’t!
It has finally landed, come take a look at the Official Trailer for the Mummy coming next year. I still have optimism around this film perhaps Universal knows what they’re doing with this entry in their monsters-verse. I can’t wait to see more of the mayhem this Evil Princess will unleash. Now it does tend to have more action adventure than horror in this trailer but maybe the true film will mix horror elements of the old ones, and the thrill ride aspects of the 90s ones.
Anyways I’m going to see what it’s all about next year but what do you all think?
Discuss in the comments below or via Twitter @j360productions.
Welcome to the first start of the J360 Monster Fest, a feature where we take a look into different monster movies, scary stories, and urban legends. We will begin by looking into the monsters from the legendary Universal Studios canon and discuss every film in the each collection. Except for multi-verse films when all of the monsters meet up because we have a special presentation for them. We’re also doing this because since shared cinematic universes are a profitable trend now. Universal Studios is deciding to do the same thing with their monsters for a modern audience, and arguably they may have started the trend years ago with House of Dracula and House of Frankenstein.
This is open to all members of the team, and even you J360 fans can join in on the fun by presenting some information on some Horror movies,TV Shows, and Comics you would like to discuss. It can be horror, science fiction, print or broadcast media, you name it and plus we’re not going to stop working on this on the 31st, this is going from now through November!
Unleash all of the Ghosts and Ghouls at your disposal, J360 Legion because it’s time to celebrate the darkness inside!
If you have any suggestions or movie topics you’d want to discuss let us know via the comments and/or post to the Twitter: @j360productions.
Let’s start it off by looking at the legendary Michael Jackson classic, Thriller!
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