Monster Fest Rating: I Always Know What You Did Last Summer

Monster Fest Rating: I always know what you did last summer

Nah fam…this one…I always know when to leave. Nothing much happs here except that it plays the beats of the first movie over again but in a lazier style.

The movie’s not even fun to laugh at, you’re wondering just why the Fisherman is back and what could his motivation be?

You don’t get anything but confusion in this mix so…1 Bloody Knuckle.

Monster Fest Rating: I Still Know What You Did Last Summer

Monster Fest Rating: I still know what you did last summer.

Four bloody knuckles!! This film continues from its predecessor just right!

The Fisherman is back and he’s got a hook to pick with Julie James again played by Jennifer Love Hewitt.

This time he manages to trick her and her college friends to an island getaway during a hostile hurricane season however Julie and her friends seem to have their defenses at the ready. With little to no communication, no ships sailing, and the body count rising…this could be one vacation Julie will never come back from.

No matter how ready they are, The Fisherman always seems to be two steps ahead of them…could someone be helping him?

I won’t reveal much again, but I will say this film is smart, epic and easily worth the rating. It’s just as good as the first one.

Jennifer Love Hewitt is still hawt… Anyways check it out if you haven’t!

Monster Fest Rating: Wishmaster

Ah yes Wishmaster, a 1994 horror classic at least to me. This movie dealt with wishes, souls, and an evil monster known as the Djinn. Unlike a traditional genie, he’s very much malevolent spirit who wants to bring his buddies into our dimension by using our deepest most desires to do so.

This movie was underrated in its time, it also featuring cameos by plenty of horror icons too. It also seemed like everyone was having a great time making the film too.

I enjoyed seeing the carnage, struggles, and effects in the film. I actually cared enough to see how the main character would survive the Djinn’s cruel game. The way things were arranged and how charismatic the Djinn was made this easily a 5 bloody knuckles rating.

2021 Monster Fest Rating: Abbott and Costello Meets Frankenstein

After getting through the mess that was House of Dracula. I needed a change of pace so I’m delving into the Abbott and Costello classic.

This one is an absolute gem, and a fascinating mix between the genres. I would prefer this to be a grand finale than House of Dracula.

There’s sequels where the comic duo meets the invisible man, and later the Mummy.

I rate this one: 5 Bloody Knuckles.

2021 Monster Fest Rating: The Wolf Man (1941)

Bring on the bloody knuckles!
Ok starting the fest off right with this universal classic.

The Monster Fest is in full swing as The Wolf Man scores a perfect 5 on the rating scale. This one has it all, a tortured protagonist, a doomed love story, dark atmosphere, and we’ll written characters.

I find myself replaying the Wolf Man often during the spooky season because Talbot’s story is so enriching and everyone complements each other well. Plus this is one of those films that grew well as time moved on so it’s a horror gem far as I’m concerned.

I give 5 Bloody Knuckles!!