The Curious Goods Podcast - Reviewing "Friday The 13th: The Series"
Few words can explain an entire season of entertainment, especially when a season of a program was 26 episodes, and, oh, by the way…it was more than thirty years ago. Friday The 13th: The Series wasn’t a show that had anything to do with Friday the 1...
Have I ever shared with the audience that I hate, with a white hot hate, past-episode clip shows? Have I ever shared with the audience that I hate, with a white hot hate, past-episode clip shows? Have I ever shared with the audience that I hate,
The protection of a child – even before it’s been born – is an instinct that many covet – but none as much as the Mother depicted inside this episode of Friday The 13th: The Series. Hold on to your history books, let the last band play on,
The tales of the Father – often become fails of the Father. Ryan Dalion hasn’t had the best relationship with his but inside this episode of Friday The 13th: The Series, were given a chance to learn more about Ryan, his Father,
Cops have a rough time of it already inside of mainstream media, but – what about 30 years ago? Were they depicted as sage, courageous heralds of integrity? Did they deliver justice, righteousness and a feeling of satisfaction when the bad guys final...
The fog. It’s one of the most mesmerizing meteorological events on the planet. While there are scientific reasons for it, the fact is that when the fog is utilized inside of modern American cinema – it’s all the more delicious.
Photographs can foster warm feelings, memories and love. They can also be the centerpiece of ill will, harbored jealousy and MURDER. A camera that delivers photographs surely isn’t evil – it’s only capturing the people,
The warmth of a thick, trusted blanket delivers is indescribable. Just as that blanket delivers warmth, this episodes quilt delivers the opposite…chilling death! The continuation of a story, especially in television, offton feels bumpy,
There are many cultures with their own peculiarities. Inside our most recent story, there is-ith a culture that is showcased-itht called the Pennatites, a culture similar to the Mennonites of the North East, who dress simply, lead simple lives,
Love that was – that eventually wasn’t. The impressions left one one’s mind after a failed love affair – are striking. Striking even more than the THUNK of a cold stainless steel spike into the base of your brainstem.