3/20/11

Wes Craven's New Cocktail: My Soul to Take



Add 1/2 oz A Nightmare on Elm Street's teens in peril thanks, in part, to a family secret.
*stir in 1/3 oz Scream's nerdy boys bromance.
*add 1/5 oz Shocker's psychopathic killer's soul on a rampage.
*stir in 1/4 oz Scream, Scream II and Scream III's who is this masked killer amongst us? dilemma.
*toss in a hint of The Last House on the Left's revenge theme.

Blend on high speed until everything is mixed to a bloody, ridiculous pulp and serve with a grain of salt.


11 comments:

Maynard Morrissey said...

Thumbs up, you totally nailed it!! :)

Pax Romano said...

Thanks Maynard.

James said...

Cool review. Should have been a great cocktail with that tantalizing list of ingredients. Oh well. There's always Scream 4 to wash it down and take the edge off. :)

Pax Romano said...

James, just don't forget that grain of salt! ;)

Rabid Fox said...

Best review I've read yet for this movie. Still can't bring myself to watch it, though. It just looks too subpar.

Pax Romano said...

Fox, when it comes on HBO or basic cable, give it a watch.

Prospero said...

A terrible, lazily made movie that's only slightly better than "Deadly Friend." Craven should have known better than to release this piece of drek under his own name. Oh, how I miss the Alan Smithee days...

Pax Romano said...

Prospero, if this film had a "basketball to the head" death scene it could have redeemed itself!

Mr. Johnny Sandman said...

I don't know Pax, that sounds like a pretty lethal cocktail if you ask me.

Pax Romano said...

Johnny, it does, sadly, it's watered down and tastes very familiar.

1325carter said...

Sorry, but the picture you included trumps all the negative ingredients in your recipe.

Gotta see it. I'm a pushover for movies where cute guys touch pinkies.