Six years after Earth has suffered an alien invasion a cynical journalist agrees to escort a shaken American tourist through an infected zone in Mexico to the safety of the US border.
Monsters was nothing like I thought it was going to be, but in a good way. First thing that surprised me was the amazing scenery and, after finding out it’s a low budget film, the special effects. It’s slowly creeping up on you and you’re on the edge of your seat, however… it’s also so beautiful. Sad. I loved what Monsters made me feel and the ending was perfectly fitting.
Watch the trailer here. Director:
Scoot McNairy, Whitney Able, Mario Zuniga Benavides
Genre: Thriller, Drama, Sci-fi On Netflix? Yes.
“Forget every lesson from a teacher, every joke from a joker; every judgment from a judge.
Forget what your parents told you. Forget what you were taught as a child and what you learned on your own.
Forget what you think is right. And wrong.
Do all this and you might become me: a Spark contained within a Shell that stood in a doorway on Sixty-Second Street in Brooklyn while a Russian businessman named Peter Stetsko attempted to park his car.”
“I should do three things every day, but instead I sit, paralyzed in front of my computer, beating myself up for not doing three things every day like I promised myself I would. I’ve determined this is more time-consuming and stressful than actually doing the three goddamn things a day, and, therefore, I’m entitled to my fury.”