I have a special affinity for space/ science fiction related horror. the thought of being trapped or lost in space, especially in the presence of alien lifeforms (or AI) is particularly haunting.
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It’s March 17th so let the Lepre-thon begin.
‘One scene required the Leprechaun to find and eat Lucky Charms cereal, which the company gave them permission to do. Upon seeing the finished film, the company was displeased and would not allow them to use the scene and the film makers had the choice to either cut the scene or to re-shoot it, costing them more money. They chose to re-shoot it, replacing the brand name with an obvious spoof of…
i understand that you're supposed to be confused but half of the people in this movie looking the same doesn't really help either
i thought the imdb parents guide was exaggerating when it said “we can’t stress enough just how gory this movie is” but ..... hoo boy
I DO NOT LIKE HUNKY BOYS...
or do I?
This movie is a fucking blast. Highest recommendation.
Every time I watch this movie, it feels different, which I think is probably a testament to how clever it is. This time, I think as a result of watching it so soon after Kairo, I really felt the sense of all-consuming loneliness. It plays out like a ghost story, a man lured inevitably towards his fate by a siren in a white dress, and the ending - cruel, painful, unforgettable - is the only way a story like that could end.
Listen, Allison Williams in Get Out (2017) and The Perfection (2018) is basically Jennifer Rubin in NOES 3: Dream Warriors (1987) and Bad Dreams (1988) and I respect that a lot.