Alien: Covenant

Alien: Covenant

More aliens erupting out of more places: people’s backs, people’s mouths and, of course, people’s chests. More running. More screaming.

More blood. Lots more blood. – Seattle Times

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And no one cannot figure out why parents have to walk their children to the school bus?

The trouble he causes recoils on himself; his violence comes down on his own head.   (Psalm 7:16)

Bonus:

“…there’s something oddly comforting about the familiarity of the goings-on in “Covenant”

Yes, the “oddly” is one getting desensitized to violence or use to sinning. That the movie makes the word Covenant a thing to fear is the same bonus Amazon’s Boardwalk made water baptism.

_____________________________________________________________________ enumclaw.com ~ opinion unto righteousness ~ timothy williams

 

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(seattletimes.com)—Scott certainly knows how to orchestrate his scares. Yet at the same time, there’s something oddly comforting about the familiarity of the goings-on in “Covenant” (that’s the name of the ship). After five previous installments in the franchise, there aren’t too many ways it can still surprise you and still be what it is. You come to an “Alien” movie with certain expectations: creepy thrills, impressive production design, chest busters, acid saliva.

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