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Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, June 26, 1997 AA1 s "Scream," super slicer by: Barney Basin Gazette Reviewer It Slices, it dices, it even cuts julienne fries. Is it a Vegematic? No, it's the latest Wes Craven horror film, "Scream." Craven is a real Hollywood cut-up, which means that anything that moves is fuel for his knifing fiend, but his favorite target is teenagers, and his favorite teens to turn into bloody corpses are pretty blond females. That pretty well seals Drew Barrymore's fate in this flick. Other stars in the film are David Auquette, Neve Campbell, Cortney Cox and Skeet Ulrich. If you have a picture of Jamie Lee Curtis on one bedroom wall and Robert Englund on another then this is your film. In the middle of this picture Craven even lists all the needed elements for a hairy scary horror tale, just so the viewer is aware he hasn't forgotten anything. Just when our bloodshot eyes have been bloodbathed to death, we are given the mystery of trying to figure out the familiarness of the knife wielding killer. There are only two mysteries in this film. How did Henry Winkler get talked into playing the school Princi- pal, and what are julienne fries? Wes Craven fans can sense the pressure he was under when he made this one. It was either this or "Nightmare on Elm Street #386." If you are a teenager in a Wes Craven film you know- you will be dispatched before the last reel roles. Of course, that might be because Craven knows his audi- ence, the teenage money machine. Most adults will find that there is some merit in any film that shows the dispatching of obnoxious teenagers, but after a while it becomes messy and monotonous, and has about the same entertainment value as a frog in a blender. I II I II I IIII I[ J I I 2. Tarl T. 11"41t .  10.  + Rox I 727-5010 K_ 9:30am - 1 15H E. Htw. 372 Pahlgnm, NV I II II I III -,,qq Join us for a delicious Sunday Champagne brunch $6.50 Kids 1/2 }rice. 11 a.m. to 2 xm. Live entertainment June 27-28 Bovine Line Trio 8 p.m. to midnight - Independence Day Luau Celebration 5unday, July 6th with "Hawaiian Style Roast Pig" Hawaiian Show Tahitian Dancers, Fire Dance & Knife Dance, . 17 authentic imported Hawaiian Musicians Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Salads & Soft Drinks Lunch time: 12 noon Sh0wtime: 2 p.m. Friday night Seafood Buffet and Prime Rib only $10.95 Includes two Lobster Tails per person. (Four lobster tails only $14.95) A feast from the sea featuring lobster, crab, shrimp, scallops, clams and delicious fresh fish. A slice of juicy prime rib as a bonus NEW YORK STEAK (12 oz) COMPLETE DINNER 0nly $10.95 per person with 'all you can eat' Salad Bar. Dessert included. (Saturday night 0nly.) 3 for 1 RV special, three nights for only $16 or 3 RVs for one night $16. Gather up your RV friends and make a party of it. We'll help! ,o Summer package Includes. Room Rates $29-$39 & $49 Suites (not valid on Holidays) 1 free cocktail 1 free Jeep Wrangler raffle ticket 1/2 off on breakfast 1/2 off golf green fee (9 hole round-September opening) Free swimming Stateline 373 * AmaFgosa Valley, Nevada 89020 702-372-1777 Fax 702-372-1280 Paul's Steak & Eggs... .95 6 a m to 11 a.m Monday to Friday * also includes; hash browns and toast "Starts Monday, June 23rd