Maybe someone posted about this, but has anyone seen this?
Got the original and the newmake on BLU...gonna have to swallow my moral disgust and watch the 2 of em...
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Area 51 (2011) | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central
If the After Dark Films/Syfy co-production Area 51 is to be remembered in the annals of filmdom for anything at all, it will be for the appearance of what may very well be cinema's first ever handicapped killer alien. The way this bipedal creature's stick-like arms go all the way down to the ground to help it move evoked imagery of a crippled person using crutches for assisted walking. Think Jimmy from "South Park" if Jimmy looked like Pumpkinhead mated with Xtro and a preying mantis and all he had on his mind was killing everyone in sight as part of a jail break instead of telling lame jokes. I can honestly say I have never seen an alien in a movie quite like this particular one
bwah ha ha
And Danielle Harris was awesome in that film.
That guy who wrote that review is a self delusional idiot.
I am not even gonna grade his grammar or rhetoric or logic...yes, I will... F!
Yes, I am an academic snob, but if you post B.S, you deserve the right be called out.
Because You Asked For It: A Horror Movie About Hoarders | Film School Rejects
In one corner, a bunch of ratty magazines. In another, a mountain of moldy yogurt. All over the floor, a herd of wild cats roams free. The horror, the horror, the hoarding. So it’s a pretty big television phenomenon, and soon, Adria Petty will be directing a film called Suffocate featuring a hoarder who kills.
For those outside of the know on one of the most depressing shows of all time, a hoarder is someone who compulsively collects things, surrounding himself with rotting junk even as he goes to get more. How do they spin that into a horror concept?
Anyone else's gag reflex kicking in?
Lionsgate Rolls the Dice on ‘Cube’ | Film School Rejects
More than a decade before Splice (and most notably before Saw) director Vincenzo Natali made a film called Cube wherein a group of strangers woke up inexplicably in a maze of cubes that had been booby trapped with an appetite for destruction. In many ways a forerunner to the Saw films, Cube might now replace the horror franchise as Lionsgate’s go-to for October.
According to Shock Til You Drop, the company is planning on returning to the film with the geometrically accurate Cube 3D. It’s unclear whether it will be a sequel, prequel or a remake, but it could definitely end up as a pinch hitter for a trap-based horror franchise that made Lionsgate an intense amount of money.
While the thought of a 3d Cube movie is interesting, none of the horrible sequels have been able to capture the quality of the first one. And I haven't seen that in years so I don't even know how well it holds up anymore. I remember the acting was a little shaky and it had the overall feel of an hour long Twilight Zone.