A cellphone-spread virus zombifies the US. Decent, downbeat, and low-key adaptation of the 2002 Stephen King novel, with some solid performances from now B-list talent, and a few interesting ideas among the generic z-apocalypse road-movie-on-foot tropes.
Inception meets The Exorcist in a flawed but interesting horror. Eckhart plays its super serious, but ultimately the film is more exposition than scares. Feels and watches like the pilot to a TV series and would work better too. Watchable 😐
Incomprehensible nonsense sees vampires and lycans (werewolves, to you and I) fighting for some reason in a series of moodily lit arenas. It’s like a goth version of Soul Calibur and makes as much sense as Kate Beckinsale’s ridiculously tight outfit. 😡
A documentary making female child and rapping younger brother go on a dull voyage of familial discovery uncovering an obvious plot twist. Shyamalan demonstrates how to remove all tension and interest from a film. Watch paint drying instead. Crap! 😦
Crazy Irishman plans to use the power of a Stonehenge triptych to turn children’s heads into snakes and insects as some kind of grand joke, whilst also creating a group of human androids that are powered by gravy. Worth a watch. 🙂