Say what you will about the Final Destination films, but there is never a lack of great death scenes in those movies. The newest is no exception. The bridge scene was surprisingly well done, better than the previous two film's "vision disasters." One highlight is the death of Peter(Miles Fisher). As he's hanging onto a railing of the collapsing bridge, a truck full of construction materials rolls backwards above him. Suddenly a jolt from the bridge causes some rebar to fall out of the truck impaling Peter before he splatters onto the concrete substructure below.
Friday, August 26, 2011
Saturday, August 13, 2011
And the first of the crappy cam recordings have arrived. The horrible quality and bad camera work shouldn't stop you from spoiling yourself with another Final Destination 5 death scene.
Friday, August 5, 2011
If you haven’t seen I Saw The Devil yet, stop whatever you’re doing and go watch it(after reading this post of course). The movie is simply amazing. The film stars two of Korea’s most successful actors, Choi Min-sik and Lee Byung-hun, stars of the aforementioned films Oldboy and A Bittersweet Life respectively. The movie is directed by Kim Ji-woon and his resume speaks for itself: A Tale of Two Sisters, The Good, the Bad, the Weird, The Quiet Family, and The Foul King. The movie is a breath of fresh air from the predictable rehashes of Hollywood films. Do yourself a favor and watch it. This is probably one of the coolest scenes in the film, our antagonist turns a couple guys into human pin cushions.