I Spit on your Grave (1978)- Does exploitation get any better/nastier than this? Maybe so, but I dare you to watch the bathtub scene and tell me that you didn't flinch, and if you're a man, outright cry. For the women, the part with the bottle is no picnic either.This is one of those 70's "Women get revenge" film, which depicts plenty of rape and abuse, some creepy criminals, and an ending full of female empowerment. Harsh in both quality and content, but an important movie in its own right.
The Stepfather (1987)- I love Terry O'Quinn; He's awesome on LOST, and he's insanely creepy in this movie about an insanely creepy step dad who goes bat-shit crazy and kills his family, and thus moves on to find another one to terrorize and kill. This is one of those classic 80's horror flicks that didn't actually make you feel dumb for watching it. The Stepfather is a great movie, and the character of the stepfather is an all time classic villain. Thank god they're remaking this. Ugh.
Blade (1998)- Even though I could have done without the crappy techno music (which did work pretty well for the film), I love this movie, and its two sequels. Wesley Snipes and his bad-ass-martial-arts-vampire-killing, half-vampire self, rocks in this movie. Blade isn't creepy in the least, but it's bloody as hell, fun, and if you love vampires, a must own.
Underworld (2003)- Another vampire film! This one was pretty good, although I thought the sequel was pretty weak. Kate Beckinsale is HOT, HOT, HOT in this one... all bad ass and vampy, running around in tight outfits, kicking ass... That's the stuff that dreams are made of folks. There isn't much to like about this movie, from the cool UV bullets, to the convincing master vampires. Own it and love it.
See you tomorrow with #28...