13 July 2019 | anthonyjlangford
The direction here makes it visually arresting and keeps up the pace and suspense. It's not scary but it does it's job, by showing less is more, and not relying on effects or gore, but mere snippets of action and the creature.
The direction is what makes it, in the same way, most of the others were let down. There's no great story here. None of them are particularly fresh or interesting, but they pay homage and that's their intent. Overall a slightly disappointing series but still would rather have them than not.
This and the one set in the mine, Ore are easily the best.