Mmm...horror movies. I'm seriously a huge fan of movies that makes you drop your popcorn basket all over yourself and the floor.
King 810’s sophomore feature, La Petite Mort or a Conversation with God continues their trend of hard hitting and gritty Rap Metal.
Remember King 810? The 4 piece out of Flint Michigan who’s first album Memoirs of a Murderer I covered in April? Well, they’re back with their second musical offering La Petite Mort or a Conversation with God that continues the brutal sound and message of life in Flint, but it also branches out with King trying new styles to much success, Gunn released the statement suggesting they’d “never make the same move twice and we’re always creating” La Petite Mort proves that King 810 ain’t talking shit and are true to their words.
I’ll start off by stating that it’s refreshing to see a reboot series of the legendary horror novels on basic television, and not be disappointed! On the contrary, I say The Exorcist is worthy of a Friday night audience. The cast is composed of an even blend of familiar and fresh faces, from Geena Davis (known for her roles in Cronenberg’s The Fly and Burton’s BeetleJuice) to Deanna Dunagan (who plays Nana in The Visit). Though it’s not a direct reboot of the 1973 film; rather a new take that follows the original blue print, with a new set of characters and backdrop.
‘I never had any friends later on like the ones I had when I was twelve. Jesus, does anyone?’
I’m a bit ashamed to admit that I managed to get to the tender age of 32 without having ever seen Stand By Me… but does the fact that I watched IT a trillion times makes up for it? I hope so. The reason why I picked this particular movie as review for Stephen King’s birthday is because this film is one of his favourite adaptations of his books. I mean, the King of Horror even