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Doom (the movie)

Last night I went to an advanced screening of Doom. It was interesting. Definitely a horror flick. There was a lot of gore and violence. There are some really cool special effects. At one point a creature is trapped inside a wall and the texturing on it looks very cool. But overall, the special effects were not impressive. I thought that the imp was definitely a man in a rubber suit. And I was disappointed that my beloved enemies from Doom were not in the film, only the imps and a single pink elephant. At one point the film switches to first person view and this person just starts kicking ass. It's pretty cool. But the film falls short in my eyes. It didn't capture the true feeling of Doom, that feeling of invinceability, that feeling that Hell should bring it on. It's work seeing on DVD and definitely needs the surround sound.



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