But the king of the show is undoubtedly Jackson A. Dunn, the young man who gives birth to Brandon (even in this name they have a sense of humor) the child who came from the stars. In his eyes you see fear, desolation and even not knowing who he really is, and step by step, as the film progresses, all that disappears to give way to something else, something much more terrifying, anger, rage... a cold calm, almost inhuman ... When he looks without expressing anything, it causes panic, in an effect that reminded me of the children of John Carpenter’s TheVilklage of the Damned...
There is a moment in the movie where it does not know if it wants to be a horror film, or science fiction/ comics books film. That momentary dismissal is the only thing that we can dislike from a film that tells a lot with very little. It does not need more. Pervert the story of the great American dream, where Superman is what many fear he really is, and where we also see the damage it can cause at all levels. The costume design of this Superman is wonderful, and is also integrated into who Brandon really is, and all references to DC comics (it's incredible that they have not had to pay rights, seriously) are magnificent, as is the final or the visual imagery of its director, David Yarovesky. A highly recommended film for fans of horror, comics or science fiction films. Extremely bloody, terrifying at times, and very brave. Pure entertainment.
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