We went to see Apollo 18
this weekend. It was a sci-fi horror movie. The movie was filmed in such a way to seem like you're watching a 16mm old fashioned film. Or at least, that's what it seemed like to me. I believe they inserted some actual old film footage of space missions to the moon within the film. It had a Blair Witch Project
feel, though not as much shakiness.
It was a pretty good film. We came home and later that night managed to catch Pitch Black
on Showtime. I liked Pitch Black
There was a lot of 'shock' or 'surprise' factors in the movie, and it did catch a lot of us off guard at times. But, there were a few niggles we had.( Spoilers be here.... )
Overall, it was fairly entertaining from a scare-movie point of view, the ending aside. I was ok with spending the
admission fee to see it once (especially since we used a gift card - though the $10 for a bottle of water and a coke was another matter), but I probably wouldn't pay to see it again.
For grins, there is a website touted in the movie called www.lunartruth.com that appears to be 'down'. Conspiracy theorists have been having a field day with that. Is the server overloaded? Did 'they' take it down? Does it even exist to begin with? Whether it's a hoax
or not is up to you.