New Year’s Evil (1980) by #EmmettAlston
On New Year’s Eve, a psycho vows to kill one person as midnight strikes in each time zone.
“This New Year’s, you’re invited to a killer party…”
Looking at my previous blog post about New Year’s Evil (1980), I see that I predicted that I would be watching it again this year, as December 31 was, in fact, a Friday. I had forgotten all about that prediction, and was quite shocked to discover that New Year’s Eve 2021 fell on a #FridayNightAtTheHomeDriveIn. I considered watching some other movie that’s set on New Year’s Eve, but truth be told I felt like watching New Year’s Evil (1980) again.
So I did.
Instead of writing a whole new post about it, which would feel a little weird, I will simply invite anyone who is interested to take a look at last year’s post. I think it still stands as an accurate representation of my thoughts and feelings about the much maligned piece of #NotQuiteClassicCinema that is New Year’s Evil (1980). Enjoy!
Read: Friday Night At The Home Drive-In: New Year’s Evil (1980) from 2021!
New Year's Evil (1980) by #EmmettAlston
On New Year's Eve, a psycho vows to kill one person as midnight strikes in each time zone.
"This New Year's, you're invited to a killer party."#Horror #Slasher#NotQuiteClassicCinema pic.twitter.com/vD49RzNtum
— Angus Kohm (@AngusKohm) January 1, 2022