"Masters of Horror" Pro-Life (TV Episode 2006)

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"Masters of Horror" Pro-Life (TV Episode 2006). 57m | TV-MA

“Look I went into this with low expectations given things Iu0026#39;ve read within the internet community … but Iu0026#39;ll be damned if this isnu0026#39;t one of the more fun and MOH episodes. It is however the type you have to make sacrifices for. You have to switch of your logic and be willing to overlook some plot holes and cover your ears for the occasionally poorly delivered line- but man, this is definitely a Carpenter film. It has his trademarks all over it, more so than Cigarette Burns. This has the look, the sound, the gloss and grime of a carpenter movie. I love it because it has all the basic elements of other films of his and is basically an awkward cut and paste best of assembler, but what the hey! its a ball. It is funny, with a nice score (although I can understand why some may have issues with it), features some great effects (one of which is genuinely urn-nerving, towards the end- a combination of practical and CGI- trust me, you will know it when you see it) and with some nice acting from 60percent of the cast. Perlman is great, just as he was in Desperation- with another juicy scenery chewing role. u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIn terms of expectation, donu0026#39;t go into this with another Cigarette Burns in mind. Think of it this way:u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eCigarette Burns = Halloween Pro-Life= The Fog, Prince of Darkness, Village of the Damnedu003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eHave some fun, the message is nicely done and is at times quite disturbing, so be warned. A mess, but an entertaining mess at that.”


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