Review: The Predator

A comedy of predators.

by Benjamín Harguindey

The most surprising aspect of this sorta-sequel, sorta-reboot to Predator is that it forsakes the series’ signature horror – a dreadful sense  of primal vulnerability and cosmic indifference much like Alien‘s – for camp comedy. If John McTiernan’s seminal 1987 film elevated itself out of the B-horror depths, Shane Black’s version crawls right back and gleefully wallows in it.

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Review: Logan (2017)

Six claws underground.

by Alejandro Turdó

Whoever caught a glimpse of the trailer for Logan (2017) during the last couple of weeks might have been able to read between the lines of the imagery converging with Johnny Cash’s rendition of “Hurt”. A clear indication was being made: this is the end… the bitter end.

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