Neil Marshall’s 2004 surprise hit The Descent had an all-female group of spelunkers set upon by a bunch of blind, voracious (and gradually revealed) monsters deep within an uncharted cave. It combined claustrophobic dread with blood-drenched panic and topped it off with a bit of moral ambiguity. The sequel, which begins two days after the ...
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"Your grasp of English is fine. Probably much better than his 6 month attempt at Japanese."
"I love my own roof garden for relaxation, and bbqing my own food. "
From: An Open-Air Affair
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From: July 25, 2014
"Good points to be had in this piece. Life makes it very difficult to almost impossible to return to Japan. ..."
From: Land of the Lost
From: Whine and Roses