Excerpt: Het begin is een beetje saai. Maar later begint de film toch wat meer actie te krijgen. De film is niet geschikt voor al te jeugdige kijkers.Voor een thriller zit er genoeg spanning in. De acteurs hebben een goede rol neer gezet.
Excerpt: Ik ben nooit echt een fan van Science Fiction, maar deze film is zeker wel een aanrader. Met ook zeker een aantal ranzige elementen. Het wezen begon opeens wel erg seksueel gefrustreerd te worden. Beetje vreemde wending, maar zeker iets wat past in deze SF-flim. Voor iemand die niet echt van SF-films houdt, was deze film dus wel te doen. Een zesje.
Summary: I really expected to be watching another piece of crap like The Human Centipede.but Splice was pretty good.It had enough to keep me wondering what was gonna happen next.I kinda figured out the ending during the middle of the movie
Excerpt: really was looking forward to seeing this since the "experiment" looked so creepy and unusual---- and she was... but the movie goes nowhere. After a promising and somewhat interesting frst half, the movie derails with ridiculous and far fetched situations (oh yeah, I want to have "action" with that!!) The ending was lame as well not delivering anything memorable--the movie ends up being an interesting misfire for genre fans...
Summary: This movie was a little over-the-top and ridiculous by the end. The writer of this film must have been a bit deranged. It isn't a bad film, it is worth seeing, but be prepared for a few interesting moments that you normally will not see in other movies. I'd actually classify this a little more sci-fi than horror, cause really only the last part of the movie resembled a horror flick to me. This average flick will be talked about but soon forgotten.
Summary: Splice was a movie that had a lot of promise. It seemed to be building towards something special, but got lost in an unnecessary plot thread that didn't quite work towards the end. THis specific plot started with a scene involving the creature and the character played by Adrian Brody, and it was a scene that didn't quite work because there wasn't enough of a build up towards something like that happening.
Excerpt: Splice is a big jumble of genres: horror, sci-fi, drama, dark comedy - it owes a lot of Frankenstein - and those "horror of pregnancy" scare fims they used to show in schools. Genetic engineers Clive and Elsa are rock stars after getting "Fred and Ginger" - amorphous blob-creatures to create a protein that will make their pharmaceutical company very rich. When they mention they would like to take things to the next level, by introducing human genes, they are shut down.
Summary: Splice centres on two renowned young scientists (Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley) that are quasi-famous for successfully creating a new species of animal, a species with enormous pharmaceutical industry potential in the form of an ability to secrete profitable proteins. Despite a refusal by their company bosses to approve the next stage of the project, or anything that tampers with human DNA, their ambitions lead them to create a human-animal hybrid by combining human...