Sarah Connor Takes On Jason Voorhees In Slash Up Episode 1
A new web series has been launched called Slash Up, which will pit two iconic movies characters against each other. Now before you jump to a conclusion, there are many low-grade versions of these "fight movies" available all throughout magical YouTube land. But the fine folks at WTFLOL are doing it at a high quality and with an actual budget.
So without further ado, take a peak at the first episode released: SARAH CONNOR VS. JASON VOORHEES!
Yesterday was a fun day. Not only was it my birthday, but my girlfriend agreed to accompany me on a three-hour road trip to southern Indiana to check out some of the filming locations of ROSEANNE. Let me just say Evansville, Indiana is Lanford, Illinois.
Also, I'd just like to add, with simple Google searches, all the locales were relatively easy to find -- no back-roads or DELIVERANCE-style expeditions needed.
Okay, so let's get this ball rolling, shall we.
We'll start off with the infamous Third & Delaware street sign.
This is how it appeared in 1989...
And this is how it looks in 2015...
As you can see, the sign is new and they've swapped positions. But, this is the same intersection and this is the original location. Take notice of the tree in the background. That same tree is visible behind the screenshot from the show.
Now let's take a look at Lanford's favorite watering hole, the Lobo! This is how it appeared in the show...
Another Scream-related article on MorbidMuch? Say what?! Oh, don't act surprised. Our most popular Scream article is far and away the Who killed Tatum Riley? My analysis! post. But, today, I'm going to dive into Scream 2 and why I believe that Cici's (Sarah Michelle Gellar) death scene defines the series.
The movie was released in late 1997, but just to clarify...spoilers...
We're first introduced to the character of Casey "Cici" Cooper early on in the film during the sequel discussion in Film Theory class scene. It establishes that Cici is a movie buff and is hip to all the horror tropes -- she even makes it pretty clear that she isn't a fan of sequels, like Randy.
After her brief introduction, her character basically disappears until about a half-hour into the film, where we discover that she's alone in her sorority house, Omega Beta Zeta (she has the task of being "sober sister" for the night).
I was on Facebook recently and seen a question posed by a member of the group Scream & The Many Faces of Ghostface asking who we thought killed Tatum Riley in SCREAM. And it suddenly struck me, it's never entirely clear on who exactly killed Tatum in the garage of the Macher residence in the third act of the film.
Now keep in my mind, Tatum's death isn't the only debated death in the film, but her death comes at a crucial time in the film when the secrecy of the killers' identity needs to be kept tighter than ever. And this is what brings to the question: Who killed Tatum Riley?
Now let's lay some ground work first. It's been almost twenty years since SCREAM was released so it's no secret that the killers end up being Billy Loomis and Stu Macher. Hopefully that's not a spoiler. If it is, then I'll just say what the kids are saying nowadays, "SMDH..." Okay, so there's a big party going on at Stu's house to celebrate the n…