Do you ever see a movie you enjoy so much, that you commit yourself to seeing anything else in the franchise no matter how bad the quality? After a viewing of The Fly, I was obliged to watch the sequel, mainly intrigued by the lack of media or discussion about the movie. Turns out it was for a reason.
The Fly 2 picks up soon after the events of the first film, with Seth Brundle's child (Martin) being born out…
It's only every so often that I come out of a theater completely baffled by what I just saw.
Man of Steel prides itself on being the reboot of Superman that comic book fans have been waiting for: The darker, grittier and more realistic version of the iconic superhero. But did we need a dark version of a superhero who prides himself on saving the innocent?
The film starts us off on Superman's home planet of Krypton. It's a decent…
The sheer creepiness of a movie like this is the way the characters and setting are portrayed. These kids have nothing to do with the town, they're just passing through. One of them wanders off and is killed immediately. Who is the killer? Even though we see him, we don't know. He's just some crazy guy. No back story, no explanation, no motivations. He's just a psychopath. That's what makes this movie scary.