That's the only one of these I've seen. I want to see The Host, but that's it. I was going to say that I want to see Brain Dead too, but it sounds like this is not that Brain Dead.
Speaking of horror movies, how much do you like 28 Days Later? I know that it was on your list of stuff you've seen so we probably talked about it in one of your big movie posts but I've seen it since then.
I rewatched it about a month ago and didn't bring it up at the time but it has not aged well. The "first ever movie shot on digital" or "on cheapass digital cameras" or whatever thing just looks like shit now. It was probably easier to tolerate on home viewing (I didn't see it in the theater) at the time because back then I was used to watching prints that looked like shit, but life has gotten better since the early 2000s (as long as you ignore the parts that don't have to do with watching movies in HD on a plasma screen tv).
Also, there are alot of dumb plot points. He didn't just die being left alone in a coma? Getting a drop of bodily fluids in your eye turns you into a monster but they kept one chained up and walked up to it and watched it projectile vomit and didn't think "hey, maybe we should gtf out of here?"
There are plenty of good elements, for example the part where they find the parents packs a real emotional impact, but it's not getting a 3rd viewing any time soon.
> I swear there's a warning now before the Starz version that says the movie contains culturally outdated racial stereotypes. Get a life, people.
From Criterion's announcement about the Black Westerns they'll be featuring
Featuring: Sergeant Rutledge (1960), Duel at Diablo (1966), The Learning Tree (1969), El Condor (1970)*, Skin Game (1971), Black Rodeo (1972), Buck and the Preacher (1972), The Legend of Black Charley (1972) [** see below] , Thomasine and Bushrod (1974), Posse (1993), Buffalo Soldiers (1997), Rosewood (1997)
Please be advised: some of the films contain offensive racist language and racial stereotypes directed against Black and Native American people.
Et tu Criterion Channel?
> From the director of The Fugitive, and you can tell.
Are you saying The Fugitive isn't good? I liked it alot but haven't seen it in well over 20 years.