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09 August 2003 @ 07:22 pm
Final Destination 2  
I have a deep bent yen for these movies, which is especially strange as I have to cover my eyes for every death scene. This one was even better than the first in some ways. Either I'm having my period or it was poignant, because I cried a few times.

Oh, wait...

But here's the mystery of the day: how the hell is it possible for hotties Michael Landes and Adrian Pasdar to so closely resemble each other?

Michael Landes: http://tinyurl.com/jjez
Adrian Pasdar: http://tinyurl.com/jjf1

The same man? You think? Not so.

Eerie.
 
 
 
anonymous_sibyl on August 9th, 2003 07:45 pm (UTC)
FD2 was good. I loved the death scenes in this one, in a cheezy way. ;-) The fence, man, the fence.

Now I just have to sit and wait not so patiently for Jeepers Creepers 2.
Anna S.eliade on August 9th, 2003 08:41 pm (UTC)
The fence, man, the fence.

That poor guy. Have you seen Ghost Ship, btw?

Now I just have to sit and wait not so patiently for Jeepers Creepers 2.

I'm curious enough to rent, definitely. The first 30-45 minutes of the original movie were fucking fantastic--even if the rest of it went bizarrely off-track, that chunk of film ranked right up there in the top 10 horror movies of the last decade. Plus, Justin Long, man. He is adorable. Of course, I admire his cutie-pieness in a completely platonic way. He's kid brother material. ;)
anonymous_sibyl on August 9th, 2003 09:27 pm (UTC)
Have you seen Ghost Ship, btw?

Not yet. Is it worth it? The husband and I are a huge fan of horror movies so we'll more than likely see it.

The first 30-45 minutes of the original movie were fucking fantastic--even if the rest of it went bizarrely off-track, that chunk of film ranked right up there in the top 10 horror movies of the last decade.

It really did. The license plate, once I figured it out, was too funny. And the song just added to the overall creepiness.

We're hoping to catch it at the drive-in, which is where all good horror movies should be seen. :-) With any luck, it'll be with Freddy vs. Jason.
Anna S.eliade on August 9th, 2003 09:36 pm (UTC)
Not yet. Is it worth it?

It's a stylish B-movie and you probably won't regret spending a few bucks on it. ;)

We're hoping to catch it at the drive-in, which is where all good horror movies should be seen.

I'm jealous. Where do drive-ins still exist?
anonymous_sibyl on August 9th, 2003 09:42 pm (UTC)
I'm jealous. Where do drive-ins still exist?

The one I go to is across the state line in Milford, NH. Great place. Two screens, decent drive-in snacks, and they show the dancing hot dog and bun trailer that was shown in Grease.

Over Labor Day weekend, they show a triple feature. Three movies, all night long. As I am old and married, it's the highlight of my summer.

Did you ever see Bones? I always call that a stylish horror movie, even if it did have the requisite cheezy ending.
sherebis: etienne1sherebis on August 9th, 2003 10:36 pm (UTC)
Just saw it last weekend...
That movie WAS awesome. I totally dug it. I watched the special features and all. Loved the behiind the scenes in the movie as they went through each death scene.

Was that blonde-haired woman on the beyond the grave feature a bit loonsom or what? She just seemed weird to me.

I was said to see Ally Landry bite it.

Great flick... I wish I'd seen it in the theater.