Friday, August 28, 2009

Camp Fear By Carol Ellis

Ok before you say anything yes this is a tween book but who cares the title screamed buy me so I did. I picked this book up at the book sale for .25 cents.
Rachel is hired as a counselor at Camp Silverlake for the upcoming session. All counselors must meet up a week before for orientation. Things get off to a great start at first, until strange things start happening. One day, Rachel is assigned the job of the upkeep on the lobby/lodge bulletin board for the upcoming campers. She decides to put up pictures of the past years at the camp. Afterward, everyone becomes very quiet and irritated with her for no apparent reason. She soon finds out why....Seven years earlier, a camper died of an accident, and Rachel accidentally put his picture up right in the center of the board. Aside from that, unfortunate mishaps occur, such as a snake in someone's bed, etc. Even scarier, it happened to the person who has a phobia of snakes! Similar events occur, according to peoples' phobias and fears, and Rachel begins to wonder if she could also be in danger!
I found camp fear of being a quick read, a fast action packed story. The storyline, however, was a bit too predictable and the ending wasn't satisfying. In fact, it just ended. But don't let that slow you down. This book will stay on my shelve to read again at another time.
Camp Fear
                                       3.5 Bloody Brains Out of 5

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

King Bong Boy I'm a Sucker

Evil Bong 2 King Bong
Charles Band
John Jordan
Robin Sydney
Running Time 80 Minutes
Other features:Color; interactive menus; scene access; behind-the-scenes featurette; Stan Lee interview by William Shatner.
Larnell (John Jordan), Luanne (Robin Sydney) and those crazy dudes from EVIL BONG are back for a bigger hit! Suffering from bizarre side-effects caused by smoking weed from the Evil Bong, they travel to South America in search of a cure. Deep in the jungle, they encounter the deadly KING BONG and are soon locked in a trippy - and hilarious - battle with their old nemesis Eebee and the dangerously sexy Poontang Tribe! If you enjoyed "Evil Bong", then you must have been really high! And you'll especially love "King Bong", loaded with gore, weed, and beautiful women making it the ultimate stoner-horror comedy!
It amazes me to this day that Full Moon makes sequels that are better than the first one. Now I'm one of those that liked the first Evil Bong, so when the second helping came around I was more than happy to slope it on my plate. The movie is a much more polished than its little sister and looks really good. The cast gelled together much better. Robin Sydney as cute as she still does not seem to get it. She has such a hard time caring about the movie she is in.
Also missing is Tommy Chong this is not a bad thing. It's a fun trippy 80 minutes that is well crafted and much better acted. In Full Moon style, the gore is low making a ready for TV style movie. A few nice boobs to fill in space. If you like the first one you love the second hit on the bong much better.

 3 Bloody Brains out of 5

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Moving Ella over to her own blog

Sorry for the lack of updates lately been really busy with the end of summer coming a school starting soon. I'm going to move all of the girls updates to a different blog. I did not feel it was fair to them they had to be part of dad's geek-dom. So watch for that soon.
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