Ed Sanchez

Ya, I mean that was the plan. They were expecting a different film. They were expecting something a little more Hostel.

You were away from the scene from quite some time between "The Blair Witch Project" and "Altered," can you tell us what you were up too for all that time?

Blair Witch 2: Book of Shadows (REVIEW)

Going back and visiting "Book of Shadows" for the first time is something that I've wanted to do for a while. When films are hyped up as much as this one was I tend to stay away, and I've found that it's much easier to gain a level headed understanding of these films years later than upon their original release. My only question after watching it is, why does this movie get hated on so much?

Give it a Chance: Friday the 13th Part V

For anyone who was sitting down in a theater in 1985 expecting to see the rebirth of Jason Voorhees, what they got with "A New Beginning" was understandably disappointing. Simply stated, it's not Jason doing the killings. Instead, we get the story of a disgruntled paramedic who decides to adopt Jason's killing style after seeing the mutilated body of his son...

Lady in the Water (REVIEW)

As movie reviewers, we always want to believe that we know something other people don't. We want to believe that we will understand something about a film that is lost on the general public, and therefore unlock the hidden mystery behind their derision for it. It's a pretentious thought for sure, but you would be hard pressed to find a reviewer who will not admit to having it on occasion.

Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon (REVIEW)

If you thought after "Scream," "I Know What You Did Last Summer" and "Urban Legend" that the slasher film couldn't get any more self aware, than you probably haven't seen "Behind the Mask: Rise of Leslie Vernon." If that's the case, I would recommend you go pick it up right now.

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