Finally got around to finishing this legendary trilogy. From a plot and story telling standpoint this is the weakest of the films however there is still lots of fun to be had here. The songs whilst also weaker still have some standouts and every character gets a great send off. A fitting end to a great franchise.
This Low budget early 2000s horror film is brilliant! A shocking and brutal opening really sets the tone for what the audience is in store for. The cave setting makes you feel so claustrophobic and vulnerable and the monsters have little screentime which adds to their fear factor and mystery. The practical effects are outstanding and is such a fresh change for the cgi we see nowadays. Sarah is a powerful final girl you can get behind and Juno…
Fincher has directed a very clever film here with a good cast filled with strong performances. Micheal Fassbender does a great job of playing an empathy lacking Killing machine. The opening sets the tone and is very interesting however the ending was slightly underwhelming for me. The narration works well aswell and one action sequence really steals the show for me in the second half of the film.
“I always come back”
Lets start with the positives:
Mathew Lillard played a great villain and stole the stage in his limited screentime. The animatronics looked outstanding and are a real credit to the film. The first half of the film had some quite good storytelling and introduced the characters nicely whilst building tension and had 1 great kill. Also the final act was very entertaining
But now to touch on the negatives: the second half was lower quality…