Smoking? In space?Just watched 3022 on its Sky Premier.
Supposedly almost 2 centuries in the future, but the computer kit still features 1980 style blinking lights and the astronauts smoke cigarettes.
Painfully low budget ensures unconvincing effects and a non-ending to the nihilistic mess, just to ensure you leave thoroughly short-changed.
Seriously don't bother.
I know there were a lot of yellow-fingered, smoky astronauts in Alien and Aliens, but that was 4 decades ago and could be forgiven because everything else about those movies was so damn magnificent.Smoking? In space?
Is it subtitles or dubbed?Time To Hunt: A near future Dystopic South Korea, a crook is released from prison and discovers the money from his last heist is worthless due to inflation. He plans a heist at a casino with friends to fund an escape from SK. Very much like The Last Days Of American Crime in set up and plot development. An interesting story is padded out by an overlong running time of 134 minutes. Some pretty good gunfights, well choreographed, car chases a mysterious assassin who is hired to eliminate the gang. This would have made a tight gangster thriller at 90 minutes. Directed & Written by Yoon Sung-hyun. On Netflix. 6/10.
I'll check that outI've seen the perfect science fiction movie for @Swifty - it's exactly his sense of humour. A New Zealand comedy called Alien Addiction about a small town visited by a flying saucer. Inside are two aliens who love to smoke shit. I don't mean "shit" as in cannabis, I mean human excrement, which they process in a special space bong. It's one of the stupidest films I've seen in a while, and really made me laugh. Check it out! (Not for everyone)
I love that you post this question on a day when a mysterious monolith has been found in the Utah desert!Does anyone want to explain A 2001 Space Odyssey !
I have never understood that movie and the “space child” at the end.
You'd think that they'd go for the adrenal glands first, but maybe a feast on brains is more fun.Sputnik: SF/Horror thriller. Echoes of Arrival as attempts are made to communicate with an Alien. This is a more vicious alien though who likes to chomp on humans, biting half their skulls off to obtain cortisol from their brains. The alien lives within a cosmonaut, emerging at night for brief periods. Set in Russia in 1983 the cosmonaut is confined at a special military base and a psychiatrist is recruited to assess the cosmonaut and to try to interface with the alien. Quite disturbing when the ET gets the munchies, some interesting plot twists. The symbiosis between alien and man is put across in a plausible manner and the creature itself is convincing. Directed by Egor Abramenko from a script by Oleg Malovichko and Andrei Zolotarev. On Netflix. 7/10.
I imagine the alien treated human heads like Ferrero Rocher, crunchy on the outside with a soft filling.You'd think that they'd go for the adrenal glands first, but maybe a feast on brains is more fun.