So it seems we’re here again, finally. Sorry it took me so long to finish, I burned out on Final Destination faster then I thought I would. I remembered loving all the movies when I saw them. But watching them again I found myself growing bored by the end of the second. So here we are now, on the last one, ” The Final” one, even though that never stays true in horror movies, just look at Freddy’s Dead, and The Final Chapter. Shit never ends, and for some series, that’s good, but when it comes to FD, it’s just boring.
I’m a huge fan of gore, always have been, yet I find myself just bored with this movie. It could be that I’ve seen too many movies like ” Inside”, or maybe it’s just the lack of substance. There’s no shortage to the ways we can kill people, but without characters I care for, what’s the reason to watch other then to get your rocks off? The gore in this one isn’t nearly as fun as the last two were either. We have your usually decapitations, impaling, burned alive, as well as the fucking stupid ‘internal organs sucked out by a pool drain’. You got to be kidding me.
There’s really not much to say about this one, it’s lame, there’s nothing to save it really. Tune in tomorrow for the Series overview and the end of my Final Destination Marathon. That is until August.
Bug has been on my radar for quite some time. I had heard it was about hearing Bugs in your skin, and the first thing that went through my mind was “Great, a horror movie about meth.” In some ways I was right, not meth, but drugs.
Bug is the story of Agnes, a lonely waitress living in a run down motel, afraid of her abusive ex-husband. Agnes does some drugs, meets Peter, who happens to have paranoid schizophrenia.
The movie follows them, as they give into their delusions, Peter’s cause he’s schizo, and Agnes giving into the Peter’s delusion via drug use. Agnes willingly gives in, because Peter is the only person she has felt close to since her husband.
I’m not going to give much of this one away. It’s really one of those movies that is better to watch, and then talk about, then to listen to some one talk about. It was directed by William Friedkin, the director of The Exorcist, so I had my hopes up, that and the praise the case had all over it. Overall I didn’t find it as chilling and disturbing as everyone said it would be, I just found it very interesting.