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My review?

Discussion in 'Graveyard Shift' started by StephenKingFan, Jul 19, 2014.

  1. StephenKingFan

    StephenKingFan Active Member

    Saw and thought it was ok, but not great.
     
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  2. Goremageddon

    Goremageddon Well-Known Member

    Very underrated in my opinion, but I'm a little biased because I like Horror movies so much. I wish this would come out on Blu-Ray so I could retire another of my old DVD's.
     
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  3. RichardX

    RichardX Well-Known Member

    I caught this one on cable recently and man is it bad, but in a watchable way. The whole film is a conceptual mess. What is it supposed to be about? Pollution, workers vs management, the mice in their million hordes? King Rat is one bad rodent though. Whatever his beef he is one angry rat.
     
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  4. Dana Jean

    Dana Jean Beta Tester, Moderator Moderator

    Very angry rat.
     
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  5. Michael97

    Michael97 Member

    I think the concept of creating a horror story centered around working overnight is/was a great idea. I work a 3rd shift job so the thought of this kind of a story appeals to me. Maybe something else other than a big rat could have made the plot much better- not to say I didn't like the work because I like all of Kings stories.
     
  6. Gunslinger111

    Gunslinger111 New Member

    I believe the rat, with its' notorious history, was meant to target our core psychological fears. Who doesn't shutter a little when they see one and hear subtle whispers of black death? Anyway, that was my take.
     

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