Ripley prefers her Xenomorph eggs scrambled.
Terror is a Man is a solid, Val Lewton-esque adaption of Dr. Moreau. Methodically paced, the film manages to create a surprisingly amount of atmosphere and suspense. While it is a tad on heavy on the dialog, it fills the gap with some fantastic creature make-up. Not as bloody or wacked-out as its successors but definitely worth a watch!
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
While it’s difficult to hate something as adorable as Okja, an over-grown pig that flings its turds like brown confetti, the film itself is the equivalent of badly editing together a Peta video with a live-action Disney movie. Yet, my real problem isn’t that this film blew all its time and energy animating a giant pig, but rather how underdeveloped/over-explanatory it is.
A great example of this being the first five minutes when corporate CEO Lucy Mirando (played by Tilda…