The Warrior returned, but something was different. He was much, much smaller in his physique. His face paint was different, covering more of his face. His hair was shorter and a different color. Was this THE Ultimate Warrior, or merely A Ultimate Warrior?
What’s surprising is that even with some of the usual modern rom-com conventions we’ve come to expect and SciFi elements, the film doesn’t lose focus on its emotionally involving core. Both versions of Todd have hurt people in their orbit in significant ways, and each one will need to travel to another plane of existence to try and set things right.
SLEEPAWAY CAMP somehow manages to pull off being simultaneously homophobic in tone (Peter’s father is revealed to be homosexual, in a flashback sequence that is bizarre and genuinely uncomfortable in its staging and implications) and hysterically homoerotic (did guys actually wear shorts that short in the 80s?)
Welcome to Intellectual Property Studies, where you will learn how to produce revenue creating properties for worldwide audiences. Laid out below is your first year of studies, where we emphasize a well-rounded curriculum to teach you what came before and what you will produce and market in the future!
I shake my fist in anger/fear at the kids today who will never understand renting a cartridge game from a video store after school on Fridays. The pressure was on, as you had 48 hours to make as much progress as possible before it was time to return it and return to normalcy on Monday. And if you rented STAR WARS on the original NES, you didn’t make much progress at all.
The real cornerstone of my youth was TNT’s MonsterVision, hosted by the brilliant Joe Bob Briggs (as portrayed by John Bloom.) He sat in front of a trailer set in a lawn chair and introduced that night's line up of films, which could be anything from an all-night FRIDAY THE 13TH marathon, to a John Carpenter double feature to a George Romero-themed lineup to even classics accepted by the public at large. He added such a sense of fun to watching these films, and obviously took a great sense of pride in hosting this series.