There is a big difference between a movie being so-bad-it's-good and a movie being so-bad-this-sucks.
I'm okay with movies stretching reality to add to the drama or fear, but am I supposed to believe that a plank of wood and a mattress saved Yukari?
I was so bored. And the super depressing, nihilistic ending made me regret watching this movie with my mother. "Do you seriously enjoy watching…
Convoluted, most definitely, but the eerie mood and genuine scares make this a fantastic little film.
From the beginning, it's a great story. But as the movie progresses it just goes crazy. A lot happens and it's a lot to take in, but it really doesn't matter all that much, because the best part of the film is the atmosphere. It's so creepy and spooky, I can't even explain, you've…
So this does it. This ends my King Kong marathon.
1933, 1976, and 2005.
What did I think of Peter Jackson's adaption?
I've got to say, pretty dang awesome.
Jackson captures the feel and essence of the thirty's so incredibly well, that my favourite parts of the movie were that in the beginning and the end when we spend time in New York City. His attention to detail is extraordinary. The original clocked in at an hour and forty-six minutes,…
When thinking about the words to describe Neil Marshall's sophomore film, scary doesn't really come to mind. But one word that does stick out is effective.
A group of friends go on an expedition into an unmapped cave system. One false step causes the entrance to collapse, leaving them stuck inside with no help on the way. From this point forward the film borrows elements similar to The Thing, creating paranoia and uncomfortable conflict between the leading characters.