I would think after all my research the Ronee Blakely most definitely would....and this weekend is not just any weekend...this is Crazy Movie Weekend-Friday/Freddy: 30 Years of Dead Teens...and after all the love Jason's gotten on this blog...it's time to get ready for Freddy!
I was supposed to see this movie in Harrisburg, Illinois (south of my town McLeansboro) with some friends soon after it opened, but the evening started at Pizza Hut, and ended in the emergency room when a friend visiting from Oregon stepped off the curb at the restaurant wrong and twisted her ankle badly. She tried to press on and we actually paid and went in the theater, but she was in agony, so we left (I don't remember if we got refunds, but I'm thinking no) and took her to the hospital. She'd cracked a bone and was off her feet for the rest of her trip. After she got on the plane to go home, we went to see the movie finally over in Harrisburg. We were all wowed by it but I'm kind of glad she didn't see it with us - she was a very 'interesting' young lady who had a lot of belief in dreams and the spirit world - she believed she was the sister of then-recently deceased guitarist Randy Rhoads, and that his ghost was with her all the time, even taking over her body at times to write letters and such - so I'm not sure what kind of an effect this movie would have had on her. I'm sure she saw it later, but we lost touch not long after that, so I don't know how it ended up affecting her. I liked the movie though, a lot.
And it now resides in the video vault in a fine Blu-Ray edition - and it kicked off Freddy's first round in this movie marathon weekend. But you could still come by and we could check it - or whichever sequel we're up to when you arrive - out. I'll bring the popcorn, you bring the you.
And until next post - you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!