For a third year, I’m going to be watching at least one horror DVD per day and writing a short review about them. I’ve acquired a new batch that I haven’t previously seen, so without any further delay. Let’s get to work.
Carrie (18 October 2013)
A shy girl, outcasted by her peers and sheltered by her religious mother, unleashes telekinetic terror on her small town after being pushed too far at her senior prom.
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Hey everyone and welcome to episode 101 of Motion Picture Meltdown! This episode Philip, Mark, and myself look at a couple movies that were adaptations of books written by one of our favorite authors, Stephen King. In corralation to the release of the remake, we decide to roast through Stephen King’s first novel and movie from 1976, Carrie as well as a movie adapted from one of my favorite books, Pet Sematary. In this episode, you’ll hear the pros of living across the street from Herman Munster, the questioning of why fat people weren’t on American Gladiators, the legacy of Creesus, and why little kids are the creepiest. Enjoy!
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