7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
A lot of hype surrounded the courteeners debut album and it doesnt dissapoint.
Lazy journalists have been calling them the new oasis which is unfair, although they hail from Manchester and the lead singers names are the same, these are the only similarites between the two.
I think this album should be reviewed on its own merits and not compared to the likes of oasis or smiths etc, because you will always have people who are still living in the 80s and 90s saying they are not as good as these bands.
But let us remember it is 2008 and these bands have been and gone and it is now time for people and music to move on, dont get me wrong im a big fan (and always will be) of the… Read more
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Forget Freddy, Jason and that Michael Myers fella, Jerry Dandridge(Chris Sarandon) is the scariest thing you will see in an 80s horror film. At a first glance you may see a cool well dressed goodlooking guy but underneath that exterior is something so scary you will be peeking from behind your cushion for most of the film.
the good thing about fright night is that it has its comedy moments too which are supplied by Peter Vincent(Roddy McDowell) the fearless vampire killer who doesnt want to believe that charlies next door neighbour is a bloodsucker and fumbles around pretending to perform tests on the vamp to prove to charlie that he is human (making him drink tap water instead of holy… Read more