BEWARE THE MOON REVIEWS
Ohhhhhhhh. I really wanted this film to be good! "In a remote medical facility, seven strangers participate in a medical trial for a new drug. As it courses through their systems, unexpected side effects cause several of the patients to go into a murderous rage." Look! How fun does that sound?! And it's an all British cast too, I love British horror films, I just feel one with them. But I did not get that horror movie happy ending here.
The Facility started out really well, the story was well built and the characters all seemed to be thought out and have layers, and I was really into it. Then the rest of the film comes along...
I just kind of lost it to be fair, I couldn't even tell you why to be fair, I just stopped believing it and just didn't really care for it. the characters too, I lost the love for them, I stopped being bothered about anyone surviving and I actually do enjoy wanting characters to come out on top in films. it's like watching a football game but not supporting a team, it kind of takes some of the fun and adrenaline out of it.
I did like the parts in the film when the drug starts changing people, and each person reacts differently, which I thought was one of the cleverest things in this whole movie, and one of the most realistic parts to the movie. I would never do a drugs test, and it's movies like this that are the reason behind my thinking. they are unknown drugs, and are being tested for probably one of the first ever times, how on earth do you know what it will do to you?! I feel this film is pretty damn realistic, or at least what I think happens in some cases with people trying unknown drugs - or at least what they don't tell you happens. to be fair though, those thought might have just been me watching too many horror films...
the facility was an okay film. it had its moments, as I said above, but overall I felt it lots its way halfway through - and I have no idea why. one minute I liked it, the next, I was bored. good try though, and a good story idea.
Watching horror films since like 2003, when I could stand dead bodies..