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  • DeathBunny2000

    Shawn,

    Your review is GOOD and very true. Your points are accurate and informational to anyone with a brain, and VERY helpful for someone wondering if they should be interested in this late coming ‘sequel’ to the original 30 years ago movie. Thank you. I do have one question, is it really even related to “The Howling” or they just glommed on the name because there is a werewolf. I had fear they would make it for teens and all “twilight….y”. Kind of like how the ‘Pinhead’ character was ‘sold’ and sold out after the first, say, 5 Hellraisers. The rest being totally 100% unrelated and making no sense what-so-ever. And yes, as you mentioned in this review, I am a ‘franchise’ completest regarding Hellraiser (no other movies though; yet, anyway). It was amongst my favorites that actually had a sequel, and I just would always feel like I would have to watch it out of loyalty, if no other reason. Of course the one with Lance Henriksen, also because he was in it, and it didn’t even help. 😛 bleah.

    But after reading it, Shawn, you need a proofreader. Seriously, and especially being a ‘writer’. If you want free proofreading. bunbun4life100@yahoo.com. Let me know. If you don’t understand why I suggest it, let me know and I will tell you. I don’t work, I am home pretty much 24 hours a day, and my free time is spent watching horror movies, reading, creating English subtitles for movies like DUST DEVIL for which I can find none, and writing. I do stuff like this all the time for people, and if I am going to read your reviews ANYWAY and feel the need to correct, why not actually do it?

    Again, thank you for your reviews, I watch many, many horror movies, and good reviews like this (that I understand where you are coming from and feel the same way) are important to me, so I don’t waste my time. I have always been a horror movie buff. So was my son. We spent SO much time watching Dead Alive, George Romero zombie movies, Evil Dead(s). Renting so many movies that there was almost nothing left in horror for us to watch! lolll I remember when Romero’s Land of the Dead came out in 2005, we were sooo happy. He took the bus to where I worked, so we could leave together the minute I got off to go see it the day it came out. We were even going to wear zombie makeup, but, I worked too late…we made it, barely! He was 14. He passed away at age 15, and honestly, watching movies (non horror too) are some of my greatest memories of us together.