Tag: sam neill
The 20th anniversary of Jurassic Park is a milestone that I agree needs to be celebrated. The movie marks the first really successful use of CGI that looked realistic. Even by today’s standards, the dinosaurs still appear lifelike. With the theatrical release of the 1993 blockbuster in 3D and IMAX, I felt it was the perfect opportunity to take my six-year-old so to see it the way it was meant to be – on the big screen.
The year is 2019 and an unknown plague has swept the globe rendering virtually every human into a vampire. As the new race quickly dominates the planet, humans become the most valuable resource. Small bands of the uninfected roam the outskirts of major cities, desperately trying to survive while staying one step ahead of the blood-thirsty creatures. But as the stockpiles of human blood begin to run dry leaving the populace starving and the vampires in power scrambling for a replacement, a lone vampire geneticist joins with a secret group of humans to find another viable solution...a cure.