I still haven’t seen the first Rob Zombie Halloween remake, so I’m not itching to see the sequel. Perhaps one day I’ll catch up.
The Final Destination:
There is a fairly long tradition of horror movies utilizing 3D, but the old 3D kinda sucked. RealD, however, works great. It also helps that The Final Destination didn’t waste much time doing “stupid” 3D tricks like people waving things at the screen… they didn’t need to, because in a movie about people getting killed in insanely intricate traps there are plenty of body parts and death machines to fling at the audience. Overall, this movie was probably, from a plot standpoint, the worst of the Final Destination series, but the 3D makes the whole film stand out (see what I did there). The death scenes are just incredibly over the top, and fun to watch unfold. Well, unless you didn’t like the previous three films. It is sort of gross, and not for the squeamish. I’m not sure if the movie is worth $10 ($12 in most places since they charge you extra for the glasses), but seeing this in 3D is really the only worthwhile way to see it, and when it comes to DVD/Blu-Ray it won’t be in RealD 3D but regular 3D which just isn’t as good. So, yeah, if this sort of movie is something you’d enjoy, go see it at the theater.