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Director Greg McLean follows up his serial killer smash WOLF CREEK , with the tale of yet another multiple murderer , this time of a more toothy variety , in ROGUE .
Michael Vartan is an American travel writer on a cruise through Northern Australia's Kakadu National Park . The other passengers on the wonderfully scenic but rather uneventful cruise persuade the boat Captain , Radha Mitchell , to cruise into a hidden lake , with disastrous results .
The boat is broadsided , and forced to hole up on a tiny island with the tide rapidly rising . Soon the group discovers that they now have to deal with a giant Rogue Crocodile that has targeted their gathering , and has a rather large , seemingly insatiable appetite .
From the wonderful , stunning , Cinematography , to the outstanding FX , ROGUE is a Killer Creature flick with ...er...bite .
Grace Stewart is living alone in a sprawling country estate with her two children , who are both allergic to sunlight . It's near the end of World War II , and the family eagerly await the return of Charles , husband to Grace , father of the children , back to their darkened mansion .
Grace has become overwhelmed by the upkeep of the manor , and keeping the children safe and schooled . When three strangers approach and tell her they are responding to her ad for help , she welcomes , then educates them into her home . As strange events begin to happen , endangering her children , and things start to go bump in the night , Grace is forced to admit that something sinister is afoot within her home , and she may be powerless to stop it .
Director Alejandro Amenabar spins a ghost story for the ages , rife with suspense , tension , and plenty of scares . Toss in some wonderful cinematography , plenty of great performances , and an ending , that while evident earlier than it's arrival , that packs an effective punch , and you've got yourself a Thriller Classic . ENJOY !!
The Japanese Bureau of Defense has designed The G Annihilation Strategy , a plan to rid the world , and particularly Tokyo , of the Big Guy . By using a satellite hook up designed by a young computer whiz , they plan to open a wormhole and trap the giant lizard there within , forever .
Good idea , but while testing the device , a dragonfly is caught in the satellites tractor beam , and quickly begins to mutate , laying eggs throughout a section of the city , which soon begin to hatch , releasing mutant insects up the wazoo .
When the famed Monster makes his way towards Tokyo again , these little nasties soon swarm the Big Guy , sucking the energy out of him , to feed to their Queen , a 50 foot behemoth dragonfly known as Megaguiris , who's suddenly giving the City's residents more headaches than you-know-who .
Now it's a three way match , pitting the Bureau , the dragonfly , and Godzilla himself , in a battle to the death .
The flick features some neat ideas , with the cool premise , fleshed out characters (not usually done to this degree)and some solid acting from the human element , to go along with a few unusually heinous deaths for this franchise , which are pretty damn sweet . While the flick captures that old-school Godzilla perfectly , through set design , creature creation , and the usual cheesy practical effects , the nostalgic card can only be played once , and hinders the film from being one of the more memorable 'Zilla flicks , in the series . But that's just nitpicking , give it a whirl , it's a good time to be had .
Five young adults are locked together for 6 months , competing for 1,000,000 dollars in a new reality based program . Just one rule ..if anyone leaves , everyone loses .
As everyone has their pasts brought back to haunt them , and they are subjected to psychological tortures , they soon strike back at the only targets they have ....each other .
MY LITTLE EYE is a nasty little number , make no mistake about that Kids , but it's also a thoroughly enjoyable little slow-burn number that has a dark streak of menace running throughout , and the sense of dread never lets up .
Indie , low-budget , psychological horror at it's finest . Perfect for a Friday Night Fright .