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Monday, July 25, 2011

A Sequel Summer: 20 Of My Favorite Summer Movie Sequels


Twenty of my favorite movie sequels, all released in the summer. A time when escaping to the movies from the summer heat was still really fun.



 This bitch will cut you in the highly underrated The Exorcist III (August 17th, 1990)


Norman Bates makes a killer sandwich in Psycho II (June 3rd, 1983)


Jan cheats on George Glass in A Very Brady Sequel (August 23rd, 1996)

Boy finds the girl of his wet dreams in A Nightmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (August 19th, 1988)



Donna Wilkes meets cute with a shark in Jaws 2 (June 16th, 1978)


Director Stallone cameos in the much scoffed but totally awesome follow-up to Saturday Night Fever, Staying Alive (July 15th, 1983)



General Zod gets his ass handed to him in Superman II (June 19th, 1980)


A schoolbus becomes the feature for a creature in Jeepers Creepers 2 (August 29th, 2003)


Mel Gibson goes a little crazy and shoots a tank full of fish (and some evil South Africans) in Lethal Weapon 2 (July 7th, 1989)


Doctor Jones had all of our hearts in the 80s, especially for me in Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom (May 23rd, 1984)


This guy really doesn't like camping... Friday The 13th Part VI: Jason Lives (August 1st, 1986)


Carol Anne stays out of the light, but didn't know to stay away from the mirrors in Poltergeist III (June 10th, 1988)


Vampires are so totally 80's in Fright Night Part 2 (May 19th, 1989)


Michele Pfeiffer finds her cool rider in Grease 2 (June 11th, 1982)


Eyeballs, popcorn and Dana Kimmell coming right at ya in 3D... Friday The 13th Part III (August 13th, 1982)


Gizmo arrives in New York and everything goes bonkers in Gremlins 2: The New Batch (June 15th, 1990)


A gentle and bloody tale of a boy and his rat with a loving theme song by Michael Jackson... Ben (June 23rd, 1972)


Damien gets all the girls and proves that being the antichrist has it's privileges in Damien: Omen II (June 9th, 1978)



Snake returns for some West Coast action in the fun Escape From L.A. (August 9th, 1996)



And you can't keep a good Screwball down in Loose Screws: Screwballs Part 2 (July 19th, 1985)

6 comments:

CS said...

Love this...absolutely love this! Glad to see both A Very Brady Sequel and Gremlins 2 on the list. Love that Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom made the cut as well. Still my favourite of the series, flaws and all.

Ty said...

Great list! Love Gremlins 2 and Lethal Weapon 2. The Gremlins 2 video game was awesome.

Andrew said...

And let us not forget Weekend at Bernie's 2....

edgarchaput said...

Mad Max 2!

Cinema Du Meep said...

Thanks guys.

cvbuenocesar said...

"Jaws" es la obra maestra de un director que paulatinamente a ido perdiendo interés y una de las últimas grandes obras del séptimo arte. Hacer una secuela no era tarea fácil y la unica manera de salir airoso de la prueba era intentar reunir al mismo equipo técnico artístico de "Jaws". El resultado es una más que digna secuela que no pretende aportar nada con respecto al original sino únicamente volver a trasladar al espectador la angustia de una tranquila comunidad ante la amenaza de un irracional y monstruoso depredador. Y esto se logra en manos del eficiente artesano Jeannot Szwart que no pretende emular en ningún momento a su predecesor. Roy Scheider y Murray Hamilton vuelven a ceder su talento a sus respectivos personajes de Sheriff y Alcalde y el diseño de producción de Joe Alves y la música de Williams logran que la fórmula vuelva a funcionar contra todo pronóstico. consulta por internet medico por internet pediatra por internet medico por internet doctor por internet dermatologo por internet veterinario por internet veterinario por internet psychologist online consulta por internet abogado por internet abogado por internet abogado por internet abogado por internet abogado por internet psicologo por internet doctor por internet psicologo por internet abogado por internet abogado por internet Pero Szwart no es Spielberg (y aquí podemos apreciar mejor que nunca la importanica del director como coordinador de los distintos talentos que conforman una película) no logrando repetir ese tono épico, casi mítico que Spielberg insufla en su film y que es lo que hace que "Tiburón" sea un espectáculo irrepetible.

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