Parasite (2004) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
I got a few free brand-new DVDs from a fellow who rented a storage unit in the same complex where I rented my unit (it was probably way back in ‘04), and Parasite was one of them.
One of the free DVDs, Teknolust, I looked at right away, but I didn’t look at either one of the two remaining DVDs until a few nights ago, which is when I saw Parasite. (I still haven’t looked at the third DVD, Nightwaves, but I’ll look at it one of these days and perhaps let you know what I think.)
Everybody thinks Parasite is such a bad movie, but I liked it, but for my own reasons. The main actress, Saskia Gould, reminds me of a stripper I was in love with. She not only looks like her, but she acts and talks amazingly like her. Saskia Gould carries the whole movie, and she looks great in a skimpy top and jeans, which is what she wears during most of the movie.
There’s another beautiful babe in the movie, and she goes around in a skimpy top and jeans, too. She shows what a good sport she is by showering with the guys, for the oil rig doesn’t have seperate boys and girls shower facilities. This other chick has the misfortune of
having one of the parasite thingies catch up to her and eat her. We last see her laying on her back on the floor, and the thingie is eating her from the waist down, but is she still alive? The camera shows her looking up at the ceiling, and then her head slowly turns to look at the camera.
I won’t get bogged down in telling all the details of the movie—you can get that from other people, but if you find yourself with some free time, you might check out Parasite, and check out Saskia Gould. You could do worse.
About Parasite (2004)
Starring: Saskia Gould, Gary Condes, Conrad Whitaker, G.W. Stevens, Margaret Thompson (IV)
Runtime: 94 minutes
Director: Andrew Prendergast