Dumb, corny and lacking any emotion (which is kinda refreshing with so many emotionally cloying superhero movies) but I love how hypervisual and technically ambitious this is. The disjointed experience reminds me of the first two Star Wars prequels. There's plenty of flat acting and bad jokes but then we're served a 15 minute sequence of candy colored CG spectacle full of imagination. This appeals to the 12 year old in me. Its a feature length God of War cutscene.
Letterboxd describes this as another sequel to the original but thank God its not. Starting a 3rd original continuity is great. The recent reboots are bogged down by explaining or honoring the original. The perfect TCM sequel will never be made because the time has passed. All they had to do was bring Sally back but instead we got a lot of mediocre slasher movies that either go "meta" & deconstruct the original or try to spawn a generic franchise for…
First day of shooting the director summed up Full Moon perfectly: "It doesn't make sense but it looks good"
Let down it's gonna be another cheapo WW2 period piece but this has the zombies that had 10 seconds of screentime in PM3 (I love that Andre Toulon's serum is just Re-Animator juice).