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Not a bad movie. The ones who wanted humans to lose definitely gave it negative reviews but well work the time to watch.
A decent remake which quite deserves a higher rating than here.
A very disappointing remake that could've easily been a great horror movie. Surprisingly, it really has almost no suspense, thrills or competent scares. Somehow even with John Carpenter leading the way this lackluster entry has none of Carpenter's artistic or musical touch. 'Village Of The Damned' is just a waste of space albeit a hardly watchable waste of space featuring a strong performance from Christopher Reeve.
Este clásico del terror logra presentar una historia completamente original, Village of The Damned logra un trasfondo bastante interesante que para la epoca lograba ser bastante funcional, sus justificaciones son forzadas aunque bastante interesantes.
Crianças esquisitas dominam adultos que não sabem como lidar com elas. E aliens! As atuações não são sensacionais e é um filme antigo, mas poderia ser um pouco melhor.
John Carpenter strikes again with another remake of another horror classic, this time with the benefits of a more visually-focused take on the original sci-fi, but even if the film gets some interesting eye-candy images and "modern style", it lacks the disturbance and uneasiness of its1960's predecessor, depending mostly on some gruesome extravaganza, shootouts and the always charmingly appealing presence of Christopher Reeve.
I rarely say this, but this movie could do with an update. It holds up okay, but it needs more development and a better last few frames.
Definitely not Carpenter's strongest, but also not nearly as big a mess as Ghosts of Mars. Village of the Damned features a great cast, but uneven pacing issues, and unavoidable comparisons to the original classic make it a difficult watch. 2 1/2 stars
I would have expected tons from John Carpenter.
Terribly misguided remake of the 1960 semi-sf classic. It's actually not bad for the first quarter but like the 1960 original, things somewhat go downhill fast when the actual kids arrive. Christopher Reeve grunt acts most of the time, while Kirstie Alley just stands around and smokes smokes smokes. Not very good.