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starring david morse, vincent gardenia, selma diamond, christopher lambert, michael wright, jody lee lipes, patricia charbonneau, robert lombard, james martin, richard pryor, chris bell, paul cook, mark davis, leah pipes, diane godbout, richard lynch, dawne doan, and neve campbell, from director gregory hoblit ( class of nuke ’em high).
synopsis: this trio of teenage girls plan to murder their out-of-town dates, carol (diamond) and deb (godbout) at a party, but accidentally begin to kill the fathers of each girl. in one of the more interesting treatments of a “monster-of-the-week” character in horror-fantasy, our crew of “dates” is a group of evil fairies: the three teenage girls are actually just the offspring of adult fairies, who flee from their home planet and crash-land on earth. dr. stanton (morse) runs a private school for monsters, and his reality is one where mortal child is the ultimate danger.
this is a terrific example of wacky, fun, and weird.
it’s not that it’s corny, it’s that it’s just so wonderfully silly and fun.
the crazy costumes, the silly makeup, and the wacky tone of the film make it impossible to take seriously, and it’s certainly not a throwaway.
in fact, its a good thing it’s not in the traditional horror mold, because the entire movie is silly and fun, while at the same time, it’s also romantic, sad, and weird.
director hoblit comes off like a cross between peter jackson and quentin tarantino, and while the movie isn’t as wildly awesome as either, it’s like jackson or tarantino got together and had a child, and the result is something amazing and weird and fun, but with a solid structure. for that alone, it’s worth watching.
in many ways, monster maker is a monument to the 1990s. in other words, 1990s film fans are the target audience for this film.
in the 1990s, we were desperate to see something outside of the box, something we hadn’t seen before, something original.
this film is that for 1990s film fans.
on september 11, 1989, tim burton released “frankenweenie.” the 20th century has gone down in the record books as the century of the cgi animated film, with such phenomena as “toy story,” “ice age” and “monsters, inc.” taking a turn from these excessive computer effects, tim burton relaunched his old hand crayon of a making, animated short films, helmed by his team of minions, the dark horse comic book imprint, and the astonishing stop-motion effect that so infused his look and style. although “frankenweenie” is something of a time warp, this movie will be a delightful dose of surprise for tweens and adults alike. who would have guessed that he would have had the audacity to tell a story about a children’s lovable killer, “frankenweenie,” as a live action script? somehow, he manages to pull it off with aplomb, and it is one of the best animated family films to come out since the 80s.
embarrassing as it may be to admit, nightmare’s album ‘things we said today’ is the soundtrack to my generation’s movie of the week. i saw somewhere in time at a friend’s house and then i went home and made a note that the soundtrack would be brilliant. the more i listened to it, the more i was impressed by how many songs mirrored the film’s storyline, not just in parts of the song but also in how they were arranged on the album. i loved the album cover and i loved the songs on it. if you’re a fan of the film, you’ll love this album. and if you’re not a fan of the film, you’ll still love it.
on october 24, 1983, some unusual images were captured by a security camera in the lobby of the l.a. office of a small publishing house called vestar, owned by michael douglas. one of the pictures, which captured the transient scene of a taxi cab, a priest and a receptionist, was dubbed “the taxi cab” by the media. the affair quickly became a sensation, with multiple press reports of big city money laundering and a conspiracy by the internal revenue service. various people were charged and acquitted over the course of the investigation, which lasted two years. what really happened in the real world was much more clever and far less exciting than the media spin. the taxicab was not the initial capture in the vestar security camera and it was not even the only picture of the day. one picture in particular, of a man suspected of murder, caused a stir. he was standing in front of a door and a narrow crevice caught the light that was coming in from the window. the image was soon dubbed “the window.