Excerpt: The Fly is an all time classic of the Sci-fi Horror genre. That said, I feel that the film would be more shocking without the story being presented as a flashback, or adding in a plot twist. Nevertheless, it works very well as is.
Excerpt: The most disturbing movies of the 1950s were often the ones that showcased the darker side of the post-WWII family life in America. Some films, such as Nicholas Ray's Rebel Without a Cause and Bigger Than Life, explicitly explored the angst of individuals failing to fit in during the economic boom...
Summary: A smarter monster flick from the 50's. There are some good ideas and it doesn't fall on too many monster movie conventions. It also has one great scene with a spider and a memorable Vincent Price performance.
Excerpt: I watched "The Fly" with my kids as part of a project to prepare for the upcoming DreamWorks animated film "Monsters v Aliens". "The Fly" is one of those classic B-movies from the 1950s. I had seen bits and pieces over the years, but I had never seen the entire movie.
Summary: Som en person som elsker å se på alle typer filmer er jeg fornøyd med denne ''oppfølgeren'' av filmen biler. Jeg likte godt selve historien med karakterer osv men følte at filmen gikk litt ''rett på''. Hvis du har sett filmen biler så forstår du hva jeg mener.