Never judge a book by its cover nor a movie by its poster.
I have to at least give credit to this film for having actors that could pass for teenagers unlike some other movies. (The Blob's Steve McQueen comes to mind)
I thought this might have been a prequel to IT but not only was there no Pennywise in this movie, it was also centsless.
The female character who would constantly scream at the drop of a hat was extremely annoying. She made me want to scream.
It was nice to see Russell Johnson in a role other than the Professor from Gilligan's Island. It's worth noting that he couldn't fix the ship in this, either.
The POV of the alien resembled bubbling eggs, sunny side up.
If you're tired of the same old kind of Zombie movie, then Pontypool might be a refreshing change. It is more cerebral, than cannibal.
The entire story takes place in a radio station in a small Ontario town in Canada. Think of it as similar to Orson Welles' famous radio broadcast of H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds.
Confined to the radio station, the characters have to rely on reports coming into the station, about an epidemic, from listeners calling…