Last month, I started chronicling each and every movie I watch every month and then posting that list along with brief one or two sentence reviews at the end of that month. So, with another month down the hatch, here are all of the movies, horror and non horror, that I watched in February.
The Breed - Can you say guilty pleasure? I don't know why I was entertained by this fairly bad movie, but I was!
Clerks - The only thing better than Clerks is...
Clerks 2 - Far superior film, if ya ask me.
Cold Prey - One of the best horror flicks i've seen this year.
Elizabethtown - Are men allowed to have comfort movies? Pretty sure this is one of mine.
Friday The 13th (remake) - Somewhere in between bad and good. Good enough to satisfy me, however.
Friday The 13th Part 6 : Jason Lives - Forgot how much I liked this one.
Friday The 13th Part 7 : The New Blood - The only thing I care for less than The New Blood is...
Friday The 13th Part 8 : Jason Takes Manhattan - Just doesn't do it for me.
The Good Girl - The only Jen Aniston movie I like.
His Name Was Jason - I've heard it all before. I think the well has officially run dry on Friday documentaries.
Madman - Classic slasher fare.
Meet The Robinsons - Did a cartoon movie really make me cry?
The Midnight Meat Train (twice) - BAD ASS.
Midnight Movie - BAD.
Night Of The Living Dead 3D - REALLY BAD. From Devil's Rejects to this, huh Sid Haig?
Once Upon a Time In Mexico - Is there a director out there who provides more fun and pure entertainment than Robert Rodriguez?
The People Under The Stairs - One of my favorite Wes Craven flicks.
Premutos : Lord Of The Living Dead - I love mindless gore as much as the next guy, but this one just plain sucked. And the gore wasn't even well done.
Private Parts - Make another movie, Howard!
See No Evil - Terrible movie, awesome ending.
Spider Baby - Classic. One of my favorite fucked up families in all of cinema!
Splinter - Pretty damn good, especially for a movie that premiered on Sci Fi.
Superbad - One of the funniest movies in the last decade.
Taken - Hostel Part 3 : A Father's Revenge. Liam Neeson kicks ass and so does this movie.
Them - Better than The Strangers.
The Toolbox Murders - Fun throwback to old school slasher flicks.
Walk Hard : The Dewey Cox Story - A little less funny the second time around, but still hilarious.
The Weatherman - The last good movie Nicolas Cage made. I don't like the direction his career has been going lately, but when Cage is good, he's real fuckin good.
Zack And Miri Make a Porno - Kevin Smith's still got it. A little hacky and unfunny at times, but ultimately rewarding and a good addition to his filmography.
So what's the best movie I saw this month?
I'd already seen it several times before in the past couple years, but watching it with Jen this past weekend was by far and away my favorite experience with it to date. Bloom's voice over narration isn't always the best, but Cameron Crowe delivers one of the best feel good "dramadeys" to come out in a long long time. There's a man that really knows how to blend music and video into a beautiful piece of art.
If ya wanna get an idea of just how varied my movie tastes are, my second runner up for the month is The Midnight Meat Train. Who says a man can't, in the same day, enjoy watching Vinnie Jones smash peoples eyes out with a meat tenderizer and then hop on the couch with his lady friend and swoon over Orlando Bloom?!