Venom: Let There Be Carnage

Venom: Let There Be Carnage

After finding a host body in investigative reporter Eddie Brock, the alien symbiote must face a new enemy, Carnage, the alter ego of serial killer Cletus Kasady.

  • Released: 2021-09-30
  • Runtime: 97 minutes
  • Genre: Action, Comedy
  • Stars: Tom Hardy, Woody Harrelson, Michelle Williams, Reid Scott, Naomie Harris, Stephen Graham, Amber Sienna, Peggy Lu, Sean Delaney, Larry Olubamiwo, William W. Barbour, Laurence Spellman, Ed Kear, Alfredo Tavares, Michelle Greenidge, Jessie Vinning, Otis Winston, Etienne Vick, Mel Powell, Andrew Koponen, John Lobato, Sean Michael McGrory, Erwin Felicilda, Rick Richardson, Olumide Olorunfemi, Sian Webber, Rob Bowen, Little Simz, Jack Bandeira, Olumide Olorunfemi, Scroobius Pip, Amrou Al-Kadhi, Beau Sargent, Brian Copeland, Stewart Alexander, Emma Lau, Louis j Rhone, Christopher Godwin, Tiffanie Thomas, Rocky Capella, Sam Robinson, Greg Lockett, Sonny Ashbourne Serkis, Vaughn Johseph, Kristen Simoes, Miguel Angel Arreguin, Shaliz Afshar, Reece Shearsmith, Simon Connolly, Rachel Handshaw, Amanda Foster, Akie Kotabe, Eric Sigmundsson, Chabris Napier-Lawrence, José Palma, Ashlen Aquila, Jamal Ajala, James D. Weston II, Che Amaro, Joshua Eldridge-Smith, Rosie Marcel, Elliot Cable, J.K. Simmons, Tom Holland, J.K. Simmons, Tom Holland, John Lobato, Cabran E. Chamberlain, Erwin Felicilda, Ed Moy
  • Director: Andy Serkis
  • HafizhMaulana21 - 7 January 2023
    Lots to explore from Carnage and Cletus Kasady
    Eddie Brock and Venom are back to destroy a new symbiote that comes from Eddie's blood that turns into Carnage. The symbiote lives in Cletus Kasady, a death row inmate who wants to see Eddie Brock while in prison and is now an enemy in avenging him.

    Venom: Let be Carnage is an equel directed by Andy Serkis. Didn't really expect much, but it looked a long way from the first movie. Andy Serkis displays a sense of horror in this film. However, in fact, throughout the film, it does not give a sufficiently horrifying impression. It can be said that the visual appearance of Carnage with his attacks looks scary and terrible. In fact,Carnage's brutality didn't look satisfactory. It's unfortunate for the character development part of Carnage and Cletus Kasady isn't so great that throughout the film their potential is not apparent. A Carnage who is predicted to be capable of savage tapil does not give a fierce appearance. Likewise with Cletus Kasady who actually looks quite dangerous. It's the result of the film moving so fast that it all feels so undeveloped. Venom and Eddy's conflict seems to me to be unimportant and unnecessary. This is because the conflict between them does not have much impact on the film so Carnage as the main enemy has no value. Too much focus on the story eliminates fight scenes that could otherwise give it its own charm. And one more thing, the scene of Cletus' letter why should it be depicted with a cartoonish feel. I don't think it fits. Overall, this movie is still good even though it is far from the first film.
  • jmjellywool - 18 November 2022
    Carnage? Lol
    The main problem is tv shows and movies, has always been the "for all audiences" policy. Sure, it makes a ton of money, but the product is often bad, really bad.

    They always have to put teen drama, family drama, or even kids with absurd sidekicks.

    Don't expect none of that in this movie, but expect this: not a single trace of violence. No decapitations, no light gore, not the slightest trace of blood. Everything is so generic and boring at this point, so marvel!

    It could be a minor issue if the movie justified it, but the story is so simple that is painful to watch. No suspense, the action scenes are just CGI, and not at a russian level...

    They don't care. They just care about the money in the first weekend. That's all. They don't care about doing things right and cool. All movies are for kids nowadays.

    A shame.