What a reminder to be just a genuine person. In line for this movie I was behind this couple on a date that would not stop just saying the most fake things to each other to relate to one another: “Everyone needs HPV in their lives or else they haven’t lived.” Just dialogue talk as if they were on a show. It was cringey. Then I walked into this film —- everything Rogers was about was genuine. He spoke about feelings and hard topics like grief and depression. Let’s just say the obnoxious couple walked out silent.
Welp, looks like the “eco-horror” genre proves to be EFFING TERRIFYING.
I had to pee last night and held it because I didn't want to get up alone in the bathroom where reflections are.... It's the next morning and I'm still thinking about the last fifteen minutes, wait, the last half, no sorry, THE WHOLE ENTIRE FILM.
Visually stunning, the narrative doesn't focus too much on why The Shimmer exists, which in the film you'll see that there isn't really time to do that.
Please see Annihilation in theaters right now as it probably needs financial help due to its Marvel competition at the moment.