Biggest HORSESHIT cinema release I've seen in YEARS.
What the fuck was that SHIT. WHY DOES IT EVEN EXIST
AVOID! AVOID! AVOID!
Godzilla vs. Kong was EVERYTHING WE NEEDED AND MORE.
With 3 shitty blockbuster releases in the past 12 months which were ultimately a let down, it's finally refreshing to be in a packed cinema seeing 2 hours of Monkey man punching Goanna head in the face and it succeeding at what it promised!
It's the most fun I've had in the cinema in over 12 months (and ive been over 100 times during the pandemic)
What the fuck was that?
I was actually really getting into the movie to a point where I was going to give it a 7 or 8/10.. the movie starts explaining some of backstory then it just ENDS?? Its literally half a movie? Am I missing something? Ends abruptly with no resolution. Give it a pass 😒
One of the most entertaining times i've had watching a movie in recent memory. Psycho Goreman is what you'd get if you crossed Hellraiser with Power Rangers and made it R18+
So much FUN. The practical effects were to die for, the humour was top notch and the gore was a sight to see. HIGHLY RECOMMEND.
IT WAS ALL KINDS OF AMAZING!
Go in expecting a fun 80/90s B horror movie and you'll be entertained!!
Over the top, unnecessary and stupid. This is THE guilty pleasure of the year. Every couple minutes you ask yourself "What the fuck is going on?"
Absolutely hilarious. I had an amazing time watching this. Would recommend for the so bad it's good movie crowd.
Bonus points for the score.
Back in 2012-2015 I had a rotating list of around 100 shows i'd watch year round. Every day I'd catch up on the newest episodes like clockwork.
Over the last few years I went from watching every pilot to watching almost no shows at all.
Yesterday I spent 7 hours watching The Queens Gambit on Netflix, one of the only few shows i've watched in full this year.
Highly recommend giving it a go, it's based on an 80s book…