The director of THE GUEST and YOU’RE NEXT has been handed the keys to the Kaiju Kingdom
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A story of big movies, bigger creatures, and untamed entertainment.
King Kong doesn’t work like most monsters. The creatures that endure in the public consciousness for centuries tend to be ill-defined – shadowy menaces, alluring in their danger as much as their mystery. Kong, by contrast, is a massive, hairy, open book of an unnatural beast. How’d he get so huge? He was born like
A visually bold, beautiful, and slightly scattered monster movie makes for a good time at the cinema
Kong: Skull Island is fun, rip-roaring adventure movie with a healthy dose of visual panache. The film is bursting with kinetic energy and color, and any chance director Jordan Vogt-Roberts and DP Larry Fong had to shoot the hell out of something, then by Kong, they did. I’m not joking when I say that the