There’s no way this could ever top the original, but I’d have to problem stacking it up against any horror remake or most recent horror films. This movie is so gory and the practical effects are grotesque which to horror fans translates to awesome. This doesn’t have the fun camp like the original, but that …
Imagine a more extreme and far more graphic version of Deliverance expect replace Burt & Co. with a young couple and the rednecks with a gang of British youths. Disturbing violent at times. A realistic view of peer pressure and watching a bad situation escalating to the worst scenario possible.
“I like when the fat slug says, ugly says what?”
Disappointing entry in the Horror/Sci-Fi genre. I fell for the trailer. It looked pretty intense. However, if edited together properly with the right accompanying music, footage of a dude eating a cheese sandwich could look intense. I’m looking at you, David Lynch. Adequate effects for the budget and Michael Ironside is in it, but not …
This is essentially Hellraiser In Space. Incredibly haunting tone throughout the movie. One of the few movies that consistently gives me the willies. Sam Neil is deliciously insane. Watch the found footage of the captain’s video log in slo-mo, it’s horrifying.
From the director of Ghostbusters comes Alienbusters. Good premise, good director, good cast, wasted opportunity. Decent effects, but the laughs are few and far between.
Honestly, I haven’t seen it; the trailer was plenty. I will never see this movie unless a snuff version of the film is released.
This was the first movie I ever saw twice in the theatre. It’s still perfect with guns, less perfect with walkie-talkies.