On the Pops and Clicks Of Reels
I'm not gonna lie -- I love a good horror movie. What I love even more are these amazing minimalist horror movie posters - from Horror.Movies.CA's website. They are simply amazing! Many of them feature graphics that subtly hint at central elements or twists in plot. Wow.
Enjoy a few tidbits from IMDB as well.
(With a few comments from The Poetrycooker).
"What's in the box?"
Mistaken identity is a major theme in both the film and the novel, and some fans argue that it is in the recurring cases of mistaken identity wherein lies the true meaning of the film.
Great party, isn't it?
To provoke a response from the actors in the scene in "Freddy's Cave", the photographs they found were Polaroids of little girls mixed with real Polaroids taken from medical surgeries.
Oh, my...the candy corn knife - nice touch!
Why are you all wet, baby?
Why are Leo's movie wives always crazy?
Though Amber Heard is still, like completely awesome. . .
but she's best as the curvy siren in
All The Boys Love Mandy Lane,
before she caught the skinny-sickness of Hollywood.
The Bible verse on Jim's postcard is from the Book of Nahum. Nahum was a prophet who predicted the destruction of the great city of Nineveh, the capital of the Assyrian empire. It was to be utterly destroyed as a punishment for its inhabitants' sins.
Danny Boyle rocks my world.
Bystander apathy is a real psychological phenomenon, with a strong theoretical and evidential base.
Out of all these movies - this franchise is the one that gets me - I've never made it through a full viewing of any of the Saw movies.
"In a March 2009 interview, Sara Paxton revealed that the rape sequence took 17 hours to film."
And I thought my job was bad.
When the Toronto Underground Cinema showed this film, there was a "centipede deal" where if two tickets were purchased, the third one would be free.
Surprisingly not as bad as I thought.