The World Is Always Ending Somewhere

Damn, I could have had a V8My latest MSN DVD column is up, and I couldn’t help but focus on “Daybreakers” and “Legion” — two fun, pulpy horror movies that destroy humanity in very different ways, and feel right at home on video.

Now, I think “Daybreakers” is the more successful movie, but “Legion” has its moments. And sure, my affection for a movie where the inhabitants of a roadside diner square off against the Biblical apocalypse marks me as a child of the 1980s horror wave … but there’s a lot of us out there.

2 thoughts on “The World Is Always Ending Somewhere”

  1. Yes there are a lot of us out there. I’m still a fan of horror of the time, even going back to watching the gory Cronenberg stuff in the late 70s…

    That being said, I can’t believe they’re remaking Fright Night. With Colin Farrell as Jerry the vampire, and Anton Yelchin as Charlie.

    Where’s my stake?

  2. And Sam Neill definitely has horror cred in my books. If you were watching horror in the 70s – and I was – he did play SAY-TUN.

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