Comments on: Monster Madness – on picking movies Sun, 18 May 2014 03:09:14 +0000 hourly 1 By: mikemonmouth Sun, 18 May 2014 03:09:14 +0000 and a 2000 a thon would be mehh. I mean I know you guys would make it work but the movies are lame, I’m obsessed with every “age” of horror but all respect to antique and modern they are the lamest and not worthy of your time haha

By: mikemonmouth Sun, 18 May 2014 03:07:57 +0000 fuck all these other people haha. here’s a real request james, how’s about the hammer movies you haven’t covered like the mummy flicks or just the first hammer mummy. curse of the werewolf. werewolf of London, dr. Jekyll mr. hyde, all that classic shit. hammer or wolfman or mummy themes. oh and beetlejuice! its a Halloween movie right…ha or hocus pocus, Halloween tree, like a family Halloween theme?

By: 19Szabolcs91 Thu, 31 Oct 2013 09:13:53 +0000 Actually I wouldn’t mind a 2000s-a-thon one year. True, more people might have seen them as older movies, but there’s plenty of variety and I’d love to hear your opinion on, for example

– Cabin Fever
– maybe Perfect Blue, which is animated horror
– the Saw and Hostel series
– the Japanese horror movies and their American remakes like The Ring and The Grudge
– the “found footage” craze (Paranormal Activity, Rec)
– horror/zombie themed comedies like Zombieland and Warm Bodies
– the Asylum films (they made quite some horror)
– Cabin in the Woods

By: Sam Alberto Thu, 31 Oct 2013 04:40:34 +0000 Thank you very much for this year’s Monster Madness, James! I really sat down and watch each of them every day they premiered! You really have introduced me to a variety of new films! And because of you, I literally sat down and watched AMC’s Fear Fest whenever I had the chance! I can’t wait for next year’s Monster Madness!

By: BladeRunner Tue, 29 Oct 2013 18:39:42 +0000 In reply to Joker83.

got to agree with you there.

By: BladeRunner Tue, 29 Oct 2013 18:38:21 +0000 In reply to Radelta.

its my favorite “horror” series not movie series in general. And in my opinion the Friday the 13th series, at least the first 4 parts are a lot better written than a lot of other horror franchises. At least they have continuity that makes sense. Why is everyone an ass on this site now a days???

By: Dan021 Tue, 29 Oct 2013 04:35:38 +0000 I still think yu should do a full Freddy review sometime. Maybe do a combo 2 movies at a time so it takes only 5 videos spot in your calendar?

Monster Madness is one of my favorite features on your website and this year I’ve introduce your website to many of my friends who became serious fans of your videos.

Well thank you for the amazing work and this year Monster Madness was really interesting to watch!

By: EmSeeSquared Tue, 29 Oct 2013 00:48:19 +0000 In reply to Radelta.

So, you believe he’ll never review them because YOU don’t like them?…makes perfect sense (sarcasm). You realize that James is an outspoken Friday 13th fan, even with a mask signed by Kane Hodder and Betsy Palmer, even cameoed in a Friday 13th documentary, but no, because the movies suck according to you, he’ll never review them. Even if James thinks they suck, it’s never stopped him from reviewing movies he thinks suck before.

By: Joker83 Mon, 28 Oct 2013 19:05:29 +0000 In reply to Robert Hopkins.

oh man I LOVE the first one! The ending is an all time classic, and you gotta love Pamela Vorhees. The worst in the franchise has to be Jason Goes to Hell.

By: Joker83 Mon, 28 Oct 2013 19:03:46 +0000 I am a huge Friday the 13th fan. Recently I got the new Blu-Ray box set and Camp Crystal Lake Memories Documentary (7 Hours of awesome!)
I admit I was looking forward to you covering the movies in Monster Madness, but your reasons for omitting them make sense. Hopefully there will be some time in the future to devote more time to that series. This December has a Friday the 13th on the Calendar (a perfect time to watch Silent Night, Deadly Night actually), and one after that is not until June 2014.

Anyway, I love Monster Madness and this year is no exception. I loving having that new video to look forward to every morning when I wake up. It’s literally the first thing I do each day.