Splice

Splice

If you are looking for an intriguing alien/horror film to watch, Splice is a good choice. Splice stars Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley as two scientists who cross the line between research and obsession. Both scientists will do almost anything to keep their research alive, including using their own DNA to move things along. Splice Dren played rather brilliantly in Splice by both Abigail Chu, as the young Dren, and Delphine Chanéac, as the adult Dren, is the result of playing God. The next dilemmas come over whether or not they should disclose the fact that they now have a “child” from the research; and then what do you do when you discover that the cute little alien “child” is actually quite deadly, if provoked. Can they train Dren to use her abilities only to protect herself from a true threat? The scientific questions are actually very interesting and not beyond the realm of what could come about in these days of scientific and technological breakthroughs. Splice Splice has a small cast, which suits the mood, and tension of the film. They are put to good use by the director, Vincenzo Natali. Known best so far for Cube by sci-fi/horror fans, he brings the same detailed thought and attention to the character development in this film. Some fun twists and turns keeps you on your toes, and Dren’s humanity keeps you off-balance and vulnerable. This is not a movie for kids. It deals with adult issues, and the story gets very intense. There is a fair amount of profanity, and sexual material, but more than that there are sections...
The House of the Devil

The House of the Devil

The horror genre may appear to be going through dry spell; however, there is always room for great films in any genre. The majority of horror films use dark shadows, blood, guts, and torture to scare their audiences. These aspects are present in The House of The Devil; however, they are not the filmmakers’ primary devices.

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