Anthony Perkins in the original Psycho is quite possibly one of the best casting choices in all of movie history.
Vince Vaughn in this remake is quite possibly one of the worst casting choices in all of movie history.
Jason Takes Manhatten, or more accurately: Jason takes a houseboat, then a bigger boat, and then eventually Manhatten, which most of the time isn't Manhatten but parts of Vancouver and Los Angeles.
But I guess that title wasn't snappy enough for the producers.
It's fine by the way. A bit of a slog, but it does get fun and Jason meets a nice gruesome end.
You know what Mandy feels like? A fever dream. A fever dream after you've just taken a hit of acid and are listening to your favourite heavy metal album.
Mandy is in essence a revenge flick. One that's served with a bunch of hallucinogens by a crazed Nicolas Cage and gang of fucked up Jesus freaks.
It's slow and methodical. All in all pretty straight forward and, I suppose, a triumph of style over substance. The plot is paper thin,…