Five slasher masks, randomly chosen, falls under my verdict, every week.
here's this week's meat:
A. New Year's Evil (1980)
Well, I like it, but its a little too late if you reveal the killer early on in act 2. Still nice though.
B. Trick'R Treat (2009)
Aww, Little Sammie's wearing a potato sack with buttons for eyes. Creepy, simple and working.
Atta Boy, Sam!
C. Halloween (Franchise)
Loving it; iconic and irreversible, and a nice touch for its "symbolism". I could also review Micheal's bed sheet disguise, but that's I'll be kidding myself if I do that.
D. I know what you did Last Summer (Franchise)
Hmm, a lot of my picks today are kinda good. Here's another personal favorite. There's a thing about hiding faces under shades that appeals to me, and this disguise kinda works it. Love it.
E. Urban Legends: Final Cut (2000)
Oh...so much for good picks. Okay, the fencing mask is nice. A little better than what Graduation Day (1980) did, but I can't say the same for the moon mask...what is up with that?