Death still isn’t satisfied in the fifth installment of this cult horror franchise, setting out to claim the lives of shaken co-workers who cheated him when they heeded a colleague’s premonition about an unstable suspension bridge.
I think that image says it all. High quality right there...at least it brought some laughter.
You know death is coming in this franchise, and it’s a whole lot of fun. Death doesn’t discriminate, and I find it incredibly uplifting to see teens of all sexes die left and right, in intricate ways. Other than that, there’s nothing going for this film but stupidity. But I like this!
Three low, low budget American indies are among this week’s new releases.
Final Destination 5 is an extraordinary revival to the long-running series that started eleven years ago. Not only does it display an excellent, glossy, well-utilized 3D formula, but it also revives… read review