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!
Surely by now, you've seen the bombshell that Blumhouse and Jamie Lee Curtis dropped yesterday. It is confirmed that Jamie Lee Curtis will be reprising her iconic role as Laurie Strode in the upcoming Halloween movie scheduled for release in 2018.
What's funny, though, is that we've known since the beginning that this new film was going to be a direct sequel to the earliest installments. So you can imagine the massive amounts of eye-rolling I did when I saw people complaining and saying that Jame Lee died in Halloween: Resurrection, how could she possibly return? Well, it's simple, they're pulling a Halloween H20 and ignoring all previous installments. So this is essentially Halloween H40.
But that's not my theory. I think this is pretty much known. However, here's what I actually think is going to go down...
I believe that this new movie will not be a sequel 1981's Halloween II, but rather a direct sequel to 1978's Halloween.
Full disclosure: I've never even heard of this movie before yesterday. I just so happened to stumble across a review for it on another site. I didn't read the whole review, just skimmed it, and it was enough to push me into the direction of watching it.
Surprisingly, it wasn't very hard to track down a digital copy, so that's exactly what I did.
The movies opens in the aftermath of a murder spree, there's police markers and evidence tags everywhere. It's clear that something just went down. We're given a little bit of backstory clarity when we're introduced the main character, Rachel.
Rachel is the sole survivor of the killings that pre-date this movie. It's three years later and her and her college friends are planning a spring break getaway. Naturally, they all choose to go to a remote cabin deep in the woods. Sounds about right for a slasher flick.
Now, the movie's pretty transparent about who the killer is, even the filmmakers aren…
For the Chucky fans: Fright-Rags has unveiled a slew of new Child's Play merchandise...from tees to socks and to enamel pins.
Sorry Jack, Chucky's back! Fright-Rags' new Chucky collection includes four T-shirts, five enamel pins, and two pairs of socks. Various incarnations of the killer doll from throughout the Child's Play franchise are represented by artists Eddie Holly, Nathan Milliner, Jason Edmiston, Matthew Skiff, Matt Ryan Tobin, and Sara Deck.
Head over to Fright-Rags website to peep the new goodies!