The following article will pretty much consist entirely of spoilers. Please stop reading if you don't want to find out that Frank is actually not the original werewolf and that his death at the hands of President Van Helsing does not end the werewolf plague.
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Here are a few useful tips and tricks you can learn about the world's oldest sport (murder), just by watching true crime shows.
It's like the filmmakers are out to piss off the people who came up with the story in the first place.
If you ever decide to cut a scene from your movie, make sure you're not doing it for incredibly stupid reasons. Otherwise you risk accidentally scrapping an important part of cinematic history.
What would these movies be like if everyone on board suddenly just didn't give a damn anymore?
Because it's such a long and winding road from script to screen, it's fascinating to go back and see what almost made it into the film.
We may not notice the really cool stuff that makes some movies awesome, but it's still there, and our brains notice. And sometimes it's a major pain in the ass.
Sometimes a movie is doomed by its plot, or direction, or editing. Mostly though, the usual culprits are the actors.
What I find fascinating is that occasionally Hollywood will crank out a beautifully made film that is received with universal praise but whose moral is just utterly bizarre.