Doomsday :- Watch Doomsday on Youtube on Fire, The second viewing of a film can be as formative as the first. That first viewing is enough to experience and form opinions on the work, but as often as not a second viewing can either alter or solidify one’s initial reactions. The passage of time, a change of setting, a few months or years of reflection: all of these factors can have an enormous impact on one’s take on the re-visiting of a film. On Second Thought explores a Cinapse team member’s experience of a particular film, specifically upon their second viewing of it. How did their feelings change? What strengths and weaknesses were solidified or confirmed due to that second viewing? Read on to find out! I’ve spent an inordinate amount of time dwelling in the worlds of Snake Plissken and Max Rockatansky this year. Between hosting a screening of Escape From New York, hosting a themed Mad Max marathon party complete with apocalypse-appropriate dishes such as Dinki-Di dog food chili and actual python meat (not to mention Tina Turnovers), reviewing the new Escape From New York Blu-ray which has 3 commentary tracks (all of which I listened to), or even seeing The Road Warrior on the big screen during SXSW… I’ve just spent a whole lot of time with old Max and Snake this year. These are two of my all time favorite cinematic characters.
Doomsday on YoutubeonFire :-
Release: 19 August 2015 (USA)
IMDB Rating : 3.5/10
Director: Neil Johnson
Stars : Alain Terzoli, Amy Pemberton, Darren Jacobs