Overall a good effort that most should enjoy. Slowly the spacecraft's shocking, deadly secrets are revealed. Say they are gonna give it a 5. The trio flees into a barricaded chamber and finds a cook named Leland, who has been awake for years, living off the water leaking into the ship, the algae it creates, and resorting to cannibalism. This is why I rarely recommend horror movies to people, it's hard to judge who will like what as different people find different things scary, like I didn't find The Exorcist scary at all decent movie, but not scary whereas most people I know are terrified by it.
Plus they cuddle, how much more mammal like can you get? Let me watch it again, give it a good shot, and see if anything changes. Travis Milloy wrote the screenplay from a story by Milloy and Alvart. Archived from on 6 December 2008. It is a must see if you like thrillers, sci-fi, or just horror films in general. Payton staying behind to guide him via radio transmitter, Cpl. Maybe you should go watch this with your Feels like an independent movie. Killer Klowns From Outer Space isn't particularly scary either but it does have some genuinely creepy moments that I enjoy as well as a lot of funny and strange moments as well.
Leland feeds Bower's group and shows them mural drawings depicting what has happened: after Earth vanished following an unknown catastrophe, Gallo went insane, killed his crew, and induced pandorum in other passengers. Gallo killed the real Payton long ago. Besides the creatures in I Am Legend, are turned in to mindless zombies-like creatures. I;m sorry to all of the critics who went to this movie watched 20 minutes saying. Insane Officer 'Eden' as Niels Bruno Schmidt. One of them goes to explore the zone in where can live people no-infected.
Bower ventures deep into the ship and begins to uncover a terrifying reality. Some people don't understand suspense or the notion of fearing the unknown. So I hope if you do watch it, you love survival and not looking for hardcore horror. It's not terrible, just mediocre. I fucking loved this movie.
Pandorum supposedly refers to Orbital Dysfunctional Syndrome. When Bower's group finds the reactor, they see a crowd of sleeping mutants. Slowly the spacecraft's shocking, deadly secrets are revealed. Then, they encounter themselves chased by bloodthirsty,predatory monsters which have added them to his food chain. It's like Equilibrium; there's great potential. The characters Nadia and Manh were inmates.
The film was set up as a possible franchise. People rating films see what it's rated and then give it a way higher or lower score then they would normally because they think it's too high or low. There are plenty of horror movies that don't scare me in the slightest but I still enjoy them for one reason or another. As water pours into the ship, Nadia and Bower climb into a hypersleep pod. There is no right or wrong way to enjoy a horror film just as with any other genre.
Archived from on 31 October 2009. The flood triggers an emergency protocol which ejects all active pods to the surface; while Gallo and the remaining mutants drown. The survivor group is surrounded , as they encounter a pack of carnivorous,crawling creatures that are waiting for them , facing their destruction and exposed to cruel bites by meat-eating sickos. All non-active flight crew members go back to hypersleep. I hated thought were boring The Exorcist and Halloween.
Very dark literally and visually interesting. The ship experiences power surges caused by an unstable nuclear reactor, and they are unable to enter the. But just so you know, you're in the minority. I'm especially bad at remembering the names of ones I didn't enjoy. I hope you aren't basing your opinions on a viewing where you and some friends were talking over it, or you had it playing in a small window on your monitor while you chatted it up online or something. I don't quite get why this movie wasn't better overall evaluated. They can't remember anything: Who are they? Slowly the spacecraft's shocking, deadly secrets are revealed, and the astronauts find their own survival is more important than they could ever have imagined.