Horror Rod Lott
Anyone who says the 1978 original is the only good movie in the Halloween
franchise is kidding himself. While none of the succeeding chapters may
match the power, there's plenty of fun to be had beyond that one night he came home.
Action Rod Lott
Don't ask why Ninja III: The Domination
begins with a ninja assault on a municipal golf course. Just be
grateful it does. You also may wonder why its sex scene employs a can of
V8: Don't question it. Just lie back and enjoy it.
Horror Rod Lott Hatchet III
posits that a man whose face has been turned to raw meat can get right
back up and walk around as if nothing happened. Then he gets chainsawed
into even halves, yet even that fails to faze him.
Comedy Rod Lott
Once The Hangover became a monster hit in the summer of '09, a sequel was inevitable. So was the backlash, which greeted The Hangover Part II upon its arrival two years later. Complained the multiplex populace, "It's too much like the first one!"
Three volumes in and A Blackwatch Christmasyet again nabs a spot on the nice list, showcasing a smattering of Oklahoma artists with charming new holiday standards. This year shakes up the status quo with two themed halves — serving up dusty, countrified Christmas ditties on the Holly-Tonk side and soulful hip-hop carols with Jingle Beats, both with joyful returns.