almostapathetic wrote: ↑
Sat Jun 30, 2018 10:08 pm
BDR529 wrote: ↑
Sat Jun 30, 2018 9:33 pm
That movie had a serious realism feel to it. Not kiddie space like Star Wars...but what you could imagine it being like in the future. No cute characters and catchy one-liners...just a cold, dark, creepy ship and a bad ass bug running around in it.
, same thing...But the bug could take shape. Then the end, neither one knowing. No power, no heat...Even if both weren't The Thing, they both were probably gonna die within the morning from the elements of their remote location. Also not knowing if they were the carrier even if they survived... *pulls from a bottle of JB*
Yeah, taht's another absolute classic along the same lines … John Carpenter's masterpiece. If you haven't seen it, invest a couple of hours into the prequel (The Thing
(2011). Not as good to be sure, but some decent CGI and it ties on perfectly to the 1982 version.
And it has Mary Elizabeth Winstead in it. Never a bad thing.