the ‘Doom’ that id Software and Bethesda are pulled out of the sleeve past 2016 has been one of the largest and most brutal joys that has given us the sub-genre of the First Person Shooter in the last few years. Now, to get to grips with the release of its sequel, subtitled ‘Eternal’the people of Universal has shared a first teaser of ‘Doom: Annihilation’; the continuation of the film directed by Andrzej Bartkowiak in 2005.
The truth is that there is nothing more to take a first look at the both plain 30 seconds, ‘Annihilation’ screams “direct to Blu-ray and DVD” to the four winds —that picture and that air-to-production SYFY does not help too much—; and this is precisely how come the next October 1, when may also be seen on digital platforms. Of the big screen, it seems that we can go and pay no attention to.
Despite not having too much good looking, it will be difficult to resist to take a look at the film in question, directed by Tony Giglio —usual in productions for the domestic market—; and is that the ‘Doom’ original, captained by a cast of luxury led by Karl Urban, Rosamund Pike and Dwayne Johnson, inside of its shortcomings, I found a entertainment more than worthy and full of those excesses which so much is appreciated.
For the moment, to lack of power to enjoy —or not— of this new massacre of hellish creatures, I leave you with synopsis official ‘Doom: Annihilation’.
“Based on the popular original video game, ‘Doom: Annihilation’ is a journey that is exciting, explosive and terrifying. In the moon dark of Mars, scientists have uncovered an ancient portal that allows teleportation across the universe. Considered the most important discovery of mankind, it is really a gateway to hell, unleashing a swarm of demons with the intent of stealing the souls of anyone who gets in their way. Depends on the Lieutenant Joan Dark and his elite unit of Marines to destroy a horde of increasingly large beasts, bloodsuckers and steals souls and avoid ownership of the planet Earth.”
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