Movie Review: Jason Goes To Hell: The Final Friday (1993)

Movie Review: Jason Goes To Hell: The Final Friday (1993)

After 8 iterations of the Jason Voorhees legacy spanning everything from his mother’s lakeside rampage in the original to his battle with a telekinetic chick and his eventual invasion of New York City, it’s obvious that something about a kid who drowned in a lake because of the neglect of his teenage summer camp caretakers resonated with people. I guess maybe the director of this film felt that it was time to put the legend to rest.

After his relaxing vacation in New York, the nearly invincible Jason Voorhees returns to the screen in a whole new, horribly unoriginal sequel called Jason Goes To Hell: The Final Friday. The movie is so bad that its own title has to reassure you twice that it’s going to be the last in the series.

Movie Review: Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993)

Movie Review: Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993)

In 1993, Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill, the best Batman/Joker duo ever to grace the screen, took part in an animated movie based on the series that would capture my heart and refuse to let go. Even 23 years later, I can still remember my dad’s pirated VHS tape of “Batman: Mask of the Phantasm” and how many times I watched the damn thing. While it was supposed to be a theatrical release, Warner Brothers decided to keep it extremely limited and it only really gained a cult status when it was released on VHS.

The Nick Box Review and Spoilers – December 2018

The Nick Box Review and Spoilers – December 2018

While the last iteration had several repeats and a general lack of cohesion and coolness to justify the $50 price tag, this season’s has exceeded my expectations. They’re at the point where digging into full-on obscurity is the only way to go. That’s what I’ve always wanted from these boxes.

Review of the Movie Tavern

Review of the Movie Tavern

Boasting some of the largest, most comfortable seats in the business, a full service chef-inspired food menu, more leg room than you can shake a stick at, and any kind of booze-y beverage you can think of, the Movie Tavern is a great place to spend your evenings.

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