This is Stephen Sommers' best movie but that ain't no compliment because he's a terrible filmmaker. While the campy premise is entertaining enough, nothing really works here, not even Dafoe or the late Yelchin (the casting here was not inspired with a lot of c-grade actors with absolutely no chemistry between them). It's a shame Patton Oswalt had only one weirdly forgettable scene.
Surprisingly decent. Not great, but decent and what it was supposed to be. The ending was pretty awesome as well. Essentially it was like taking a real nice shit where you're prepared for the worst but it all comes out at once really easily and there isn't much clean up so you feel pretty good afterwards.
A fun, campy and trashy movie with whole lot of B-movie feel good. I had a real good time with this and it's fun to see Defoe play it straight for once and also to see Yelchin in a leading role. The story is all over the place and the effects are so and so. But Sommers keeps everything light with a firm tongue in cheek, and stops from taking this any more serious than it has to be taken.