The Meg

Posted in: The Reel World by Brent Lorentson on August 12th, 2018

(out of 5)

Brent Lorentson

Brent Lorentson is a horror writer and film critic based out of Tampa, Florida. With a BA in Digital Film, he co-wrote and co-directed Scavenger Hunt. His short stories have appeared in various horror anthologies. In 2019 his short script Fertile Blood will be a part of the anthology horror film Slumber Party. He is currently working on his first novel A Dark and Secret Place set to be released in late 2019. Favorite Films: Taxi Driver, Fight Club, I Saw the Devil, The Wild Bunch, Dawn of the Dead, A Clockwork Orange, Pulp Fiction, Heathers, The Monster Squad, and High Fidelity.

1 Comment

  1. Sherry M
    08/12/2018 @ 8:29 pm

    I saw the movie or at least most of it anyways. I fell asleep before the final showdown with the shark. Yes, boring, unimaginative film. And when will Jason Statham learn to talk properly? What objects does he have in his mouth that make him mumble, besides teeth? Really bad story line to boot. Bad animation of the shark too. It doesn’t even come close to the original Jaws. They did well back then, without all the corny special FX they have now. And oh ya, the quality of actors was much better. I can’t even give this a zero rating. Something along the lines of negative 20. I can’t recommend anyone to see this or buy copies of it. Save your hard earned money for something else.

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