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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Ale’s Top 5 Films of 2016

by Alejandro Turdó

Even though 2016 didn’t provide many future classics to the big screen –mostly due to the everlasting superhero fad- there’re still a few flicks worth mentioning.

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