George A. Romero Presents Deadtime Stories Volume 1 Movie Review
Release Date : 2009
Story (from Netflix) :
Horror master George A. Romero keeps you too scared to sleep with these chilling tales about a woman’s frantic search for her missing husband, a lonely man finding a strange companion and a mother seeking medical treatment for her peculiar son.
What is this?!? Seriously what is this! This is the garbage of garbage. I’d rather go through garbage than watch this. This is the kind of thing that you use as a coaster. Apparently the description says that he’ll keep you too scared to sleep. THATS WRONG! All this will do is make you sleep. I can’t even tell you what the story’s are about as none of them make any sense really and are all boring. Seriously I’m shocked Romero’s name is on this. It’s just unbelievable. This doesn’t even deserve a score.
In this exciting prequel to the X-Men series, Charles Xavier (James McAvoy) and Erik Lehnsherr (Michael Fassbender) — the future Professor X and Magneto — are best friends dedicated to harnessing their powers and promoting the education of fellow mutants during the turbulent 1960s. The duo works together to stop a powerful adversary that threatens mankind, but their ideological differences drive them apart and turn them into ferocious enemies.
Review : Wow. Thats what I say after watching this. Having seen almost all superhero movies I can say that this just might be the best one (although Iron Man ties with it). The story is spot on and interesting. The casting is brilliant. Everyone has amazing chemistry and plays their part to a perfection. The action scenes are both extremely well done while still being great to watch. I can’t find a flaw in this movie. Plus Kevin Bacon is in it. What more can you ask for. In short though if you haven’t seen this then there is something wrong.