Horror B-Sides – October 14, 2013

Behind The Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon – 2006

Today’s film should have recieved all the praise that A Cabin In The Woods got. Because this film was the first of it’s kind, and did a better job of what Cabin was trying to do. Behind The Mask is the film about a Jason Voorhees/Michael Meyers-esq character that’s allowing a documentary film crew into his World. It’s a damn inventive idea that you think has no real chance of working, but then you’re completely drawn in, and even have a few laughs at certain things, such as when he describes what his future dastardly deeds for the evening will be, and why he’ll leave a body in a certain place, because then it’ll cause said person to run a certain direction, where he’ll be waiting for them. It’s literally like watching a Friday The 13th, with Jason explaining why he does what he does. An awesome film, and one that’s more than deserving of your attention.

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~ by Caliber Winfield on October 14, 2013.

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