Slow pacing to make the horror build up properly, with the final moments being pretty chilling. The end twist was a bit lame or so I thought. It has two big problems: one is that Natalie Portman is the only person who can actually act horrified, the others just scream and pout like they are on permanent PMS. The other problem is that it's essentially a rip off of Lovecraft's Colour out of Space, but with more scifi, adventure, and girrrrl power.
DC General: Beware the Batgirl Edition PREVIOUS ISSUE:>>46400
Why Batgirl? Because Warner Bros. has apparently decided to give Joss Whedon a shot at writing, producing, and directing a Batgirl film: http://birthmoviesdeath.com/2017/03/30/joss-whedon-will-direct-batgirl
Marvel General: I love the Powerglove, it's so badorAfter The ApocalypseEdition Previous thread ==> >>46850 Remember to use spoilers. Is it all down hill from here? Has Disney's Marvel cinematic universe set the bar too high? Will audiences ever reach peak super hero fatigue? Is anybody actually watching the Marvel television series?
Wrong person to answer that (I mostly watch older stuff), but currently watching Vikings. It's not super new, but the episodes I'm at were done within the last 5 years. The writing is a mish-mash of sagas, as well as creative liberty. What happens in the show and what the actors do on-screen is very realistic regarding actual human nature, with only mild romantization. The only flaws are an unnecessary blue tint on the camera and just a tad too much pointless drama (realistic, but I could use less).
Vikings is essentially Game of Thrones, with more realistic and down to earth.