October 18, 2013
Hollywood’s Scariest New Villain: Random, Floating Junk

There is a new movie monster this fall, and the scariest part is that you never know how it’s going to get you. It might come hurtling at you at 20,000 miles per hour, or you might just wake up and find out it has destroyed your home while you slept. It’s not a zombie or a vampire or a serial killer or a greedy war monger. It’s not even a natural disaster. If Gravity and All Is Lost, two movies currently in theaters, are any indication, the biggest threat to humanity right now … is junk.
Read more. [Image: Warner Bros; Lionsgate]

Hollywood’s Scariest New Villain: Random, Floating Junk

There is a new movie monster this fall, and the scariest part is that you never know how it’s going to get you. It might come hurtling at you at 20,000 miles per hour, or you might just wake up and find out it has destroyed your home while you slept. It’s not a zombie or a vampire or a serial killer or a greedy war monger. It’s not even a natural disaster. If Gravity and All Is Lost, two movies currently in theaters, are any indication, the biggest threat to humanity right now … is junk.

Read more. [Image: Warner Bros; Lionsgate]

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    The new Monster is the forgotten creation of our own gluttonous consumerism.
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    Am I the only one irritated by the fact that even when the villains are inanimate objects they are still Russian and...
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  14. pablopantoja said: funny