>more Hype for AquaWan than Infinity War
how did Disney screw up this badly?
What went wrong?
The hot one was the biggest bitch.
Zordon was selfish and he yelled at the teenagers. Real zordon would have never have done that.
Rita was boring.
No "its morphing time"
What was sabans point for this movie anyways??
It's fucking terrible, prove me wrong, there's nothing scary about this shit, i'll be here all night waiting for someone to prove it to me and literally you cant. This whole thing was built upon clever marketing because clowns have been in our collective memories recently with the whole prank shit, and racka racka on youtube took it to another level. This is basically a cash in on social media shit, you cant fool me it's mediocre at best, and if you're not going to fully adapt everything like the rape or the gangbanging then whats the point just make a ronald mcdonald film instead
shit like this pisses me off because the whole thing was not scary am i just desensitized? ive seen real ghost footage and exorcisms more scary than this shit but people are scared of a projector footage, didnt the Grudge already do this? or the ring or whatever that jap film was?
The great debate.
So now that the It remake has gotten so much praise which means we may be getting more R Rated horror, is there hope we get a movie adaption of the F.E.A.R. game?
F.E.A.R. 1 and 2 are absolutely fucking terrifying and if done right this would be a masterpiece in the cinema!
I mean, if you changed the story to be a whole lot more disempowering, then it could be cool:
>Team of 3 soldiers investigating offices of Armacham.
>Face some resistance
>There's something else here.
>Bullet-time as a metaphor for heightening insanity
>Continue w/ mission to find documentation on what's really going on.
>90s style offices interior decoration
i don't know it could work.
What'chu gonna do, shrimp?
Its a /tv/ was wrong as always episode
>4 seasons on
>still no body shown
She wasn't even good in Winters Bone. You memeing such is what made this all happen you fucking asshats.
Is this the ultimate "villains who did nothing wrong" compilation?
>Something happens in the movie
>Pause and pace around the room
Why the fuck was a US military transport flying over the UK?
>There is nothing clownish about It, which grossed a massive $51 million on Friday from 4,103 theaters for a weekend debut north of $100 million.
>It is shattering numerous records, including landing the biggest start ever for a horror film, not accounting for inflation. And it's the biggest opening ever for the month of September. The movie's Friday take alone was bigger than the previous September crown holder, Hotel Transylvania 2, which pulled in $48.5 million for the three days.
>And its Friday haul almost matched the opening weekend of Paranormal Activity 3 ($52.6 million), which is the current record-holder for top horror opening.
>The movie also nabbed the biggest Friday ever for an R-rated title, beating Deadpool's $47 million. (Deadpool went on to open to $132.4 million, however.) And its Thursday preview gross of $15.3 million was the best ever for an R-rated title (besting Deadpool at $12.7 million).
Whats next in the career of talented actress Hilary Duff?