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Mikaela Hoover Video Blog: FRIDAY THE 13TH Remake Review!

Mikaela is taking her horror movie review series to the next level: the video blog!  Today she discusses the FRIDAY THE 13TH remake… along with lesbian sex, the integrity of her breasts, and Kim Kardashian. 

I had a lot of fun making this video with Mikaela, and look forward to doing more of them.  And our dogs really did fall in love!  Von Spears and Deja spent three hours chasing each other, playing, kissing, and cuddling.  This is very different from Von Spears’ usual tact with new dogs, which is trying to murder them. 




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  • And, by “right away” I, of course, mean as soon as it’s released!

  • Ooh! Review Orphan! …but, right away, so I can know whether I should go see it in the movie theater or not! ;)

    P.S. Hope you had a very Happy Birthday!! :)

  • Marc

    Mikaela, you could try some stuff from Tartan Asian Extreme if you’re looking for some creepy stuff. Also, there are some great old movies like “The Uninvited” with Ray Milland, “The Changeling” with George C Scott, “The Legend of Boggy Creek”, and the original “When a Stranger Calls”.

  • Haha that was great! I’d like to know what Mikaela thought of “Drag Me To Hell” because I thought that was a blast and a good horror movie.

    Also, Let the Right One In is a good shout because I haven’t seen that yet and hope to soon.

  • Kurt Fischer

    Mikaela, please don’t say you live alone. The stalkers will be climbing over each other to get to you. Better teach Deja to “Sic balls!”

    As for what to review, go foreign and review “Let The Right One In”. And get James to supply the snacks.

  • Mikaela, please review every film you ever watch ever again :) Or maybe THE UNBORN, that was dreadful too :D

  • zach rodriguez

    go retro. review an older horror movie