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Village of the Damned
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Directed By
John Carpenter

Written By:
John Carpenter, David Himmelstein

Christopher Reeve, Kirstie Alley, Linda Kozlowski, Mark Hamill, Meredith Salenger, Michael Pare, Peter Jason, Constance Forslund, Karen Kahn

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Village of the Damned (1995)
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Movie Review by Ron
June 17th, 2007

Remake of the Damned...

I first saw this movie in the theater when it was released over twelve years ago. I was going to give it a three star rating. But, since I can still remember scenes from it, I decided to feel generous and bump it up to three and a half stars.

The original left more to the imagination, whereas this version uses special effects to show you pretty much everything that goes on. Of course, that makes for a less suspenseful movie. Which is very ironic. Seeing as how John Carpenter directed this movie. His version of The Fog was a movie based on suspense, whereas the remake of The Fog is a special effects extravaganza! Apparently the director of The new Fog studied newer John Carpenter for tips on how to direct a remake...

Well, anyway the movie does have great special effects. It is still creepy. Has some hilarious death scenes. And it has Christopher Reeve, Mark Hamill, and Kirstie Alley in it. Overall, I would say it is definitely worth seeing.

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