Okay, it's been, like, forever since we posted a Movie Sequel-a-Day article. So, let's break that silence, shall we? For today, let's take a look at a DTV camp slasher from 2003 that many say is far superior than its predecessor. This is BLOODY MURDER 2: CLOSING CAMP.
Trevor Moorhouse returns! Coming to Placid Pines is difficult for Tracy, who's brother, Jason, was one of Trevor's victims near the end of the original. When Tracy's nightmares begin to come true as one by one the counselors are murdered. Someone is hunting them through the pitch-black Forest and is determined to kill them all.
From Wallace Entertainment on IMDb
I'd be totally lying if I said I didn't absolutely ADORE this movie. But hey, I'm a big fan of the original as well. What's not to love about the "fictitious local psychopath" Trevor Moorehouse? I love this series so much, that I even started the Bloody Murder Films website back in 2003…
Like most of our daily sequels, this one comes from just being on my mind lately. This sequel serves as the true creation of one of the scariest horror movie villains of all time. This is 1982's Friday the 13th Part III.
Jason Voorhees, having barely survived a wound to his shoulder from his own machete, is back to revenge on all that visit "his" woods. A new group of friends come over to party at an area close to the campsite. This time, Jason will be stronger than ever, and getting a hockey mask from one of those friends.
From Michael Finnie on IMDb My thoughts:
What's not to like about F13 Part 3? It has it all: creative kills, a solid story, and the introduction of one of best killer masks in all of horror movies. How can I forget, it's in freaking 3D! Trailer:
In what some would call a shocker, Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow, who was attached to direct and co-write Star Wars Episode IX, has departed from the project. Word has it that his vision didn't quite line up with what Disney and Lucasfilm had in mind.
The best guess as of right now is that Rian Johnson (Star Wars: The Last Jedi director) could be a logical substitute.