These zombies aren't interested in eating anyone, though. Mostly you just hear it off screen, crying and screaming when it's scared Mark H. Despite its silly American title, this is a somber film that showcases Bava's visual style, with kinetic camerawork, dreamlike sequences, and lush colors. Carnage is one of the funniest films of the year.
A decade later, as their 10th birthday approaches, the three suddenly team up to kill as many people as possible.
Cinematic direction, oodles of atmosphere, a strong cast and realistic, well-rounded characters overcome the low production value and make this a true diamond in the rough.
Updated July 15, Within the horror genre, the "killer child" film is an intriguing niche, one in which the perceived innocence of kids runs in sharp contrast to their violent actions on screen.
Read some thoughts on both of them after the jump.
His work has appeared on PopMatters. Carnage: The Kill List. The climax, in which Henry's mother must choose between the two boys, is a contrived thing of beauty.
It was a good, but disappointing experience. If there's anyone who shouldn't be trusted with a pit full of man-eating troglodytes, it's him.