The Arrival 2004 Horror Movie Review
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“The Arrival” (1991) is about a missing meteor that no one ever really looks for. Instead, they spend their time searching for an entity inside one of the myriad guts of the elderly Max, who is depopulating and killing female nurses as the need arises and drinking the blood of the victims in this cinematic, yet interesting, mess. This was fascinating Horror Sci-Fi that had farfetched plotlines.
With melodramatic dialogue, delivered for the most part by wooden, heavily solid B-movie performers, “The Arrival” is pure implausibility—a jumble of a Sci-Fi movie that promises intrigue and aliens but in the end delivers neither.
The Arrival is a slightly decent Sci-Fi Horror movie. Nothing spectacular, but enough to capture your interest to watch it all the way through. Typical alien life form Sci-Fi fare.
About The Arrival (2004)
John Saxon, Michael J. Pollard, Bill Brochtrup, Joseph Culp,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
103 minutesDirector: David Schmoeller,
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