It feels like just yesterday that we were making fun of the beer pong (beirut for you stuck up clowns out there) in this trailer, but that was two long years ago. It’s time we take a look at a movie several of us had high hopes for and see how it panned out. Remember though, we do these reviews the spoilery way so proceed at your own risk.
It’s always fun to take a break from the regular programming and dive into an anthology because these movies offer the rare occasion for us to break down individual short films, which we all agree are a fantastic way to take in what horror has to offer. It’s even more fun when we get to do it via Pateron member recommendation! How does V/H/S/2 do at stringing these together? Are there any standout efforts in here? Click on through to the other side for a spoilery review.
Alien abduction stories are one thing, and then you have long-con efforts where the aliens seem to toy around with the human prey just because they can as the superior race they apparently are. In Dark Skies, we get a heavy dose of said toying and if you’re interested to see if that is a good thing or not, click on through to the other side.
We haven’t explored or discovered over 90% of our oceans on Earth, so let’s shoot a rocket full of people to a moon 300 million miles away to explore what may be some oceans there, instead. Shockingly, this is just the plot of a movie and not something Elon Musk is doing (yet). Hit the link to see how well it goes.
Sure, Sphere might not be the most “horror” movie we’ve ever reviewed, but if you don’t think descending to the immense depths of the ocean to investigate a crashed spaceship is scary, there’s something deeply wrong with you. Also, fair warning that nautical puns will happen in this review. Click through to dive in...