The 180—a Second Opinion: This review is coming from a fan of both The Blair Witch Project and Paranormal Activity. Should your opinion be the polar opposite of that, Apollo 18 is less likely to be your cup of Tang.
Review in a Hurry: Stalled horror concepts have been known to reboot with sequels set in space, often with success (Hellraiser: Bloodline, Jason X). Apollo 18 isn't officially Blair Witch in Space, but it comes close enough to make us remember what we liked about the whole notion. The "found footage" gimmick is overplayed, but all in all director Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego (King of the Mountain) generates a nicely efficient slice of horror.
|Starring||Warren Christie, Lloyd Owen, Ryan Robbins|
|Release Date||September 2, 2011|
Apollo 18 is fake…it may be based on fact but it is only a movie.
I am just now seeing this blog…I think the reason there hasn’t been anymore missions to the moon is because there is no need to go back…they studied it, found out what it is made of and that it is not habitable and decided that it was time to move on to bigger better things like Mars and other galaxies. I myself believe in aliens and I also believe they been to earth and are watching us, not to learn about us but waiting for us to destroy ourselves so they won’t have to. I do not claim to be an expert about anything so you can take this with a grain of salt…you have your beliefs and I have mine…I will say that I have been told by a credible source that Wright Patterson AFB is where the UFOs are at …I can’t prove or disprove this but I am definitely looking into it.
Dear Emily, is still accessible. Please note that its content is a fiction to promote the Apollo 18 movie which is of course fiction too.