Monster budgets unnecessary

If you asked us to pick out a film of 2010, it may come as little surprise that we may choose Monsters the widely acclaimed and daring film by British director, Gareth Edwards, who has been dubbed the anti-James-Cameron.

If you asked us to pick out a film of 2010, it may come as little surprise that we may choose Monsters the widely acclaimed and daring film by British director, Gareth Edwards, who has been dubbed the anti-James-Cameron.

It’s not just that the film is an exciting seat of the edge thriller, staged in central america, which recounts six years after a NASA probe crashed over Central America how an alien-laden spacecraft spawns tentacle creatures of unimaginable sorts. Official website: monstersthemovie.com

It’s that the film has caused such a stir in these austere times in Hollywood as it was reportedly made for less than $15,000.

To put that into perspective, James Cameron’s Avatar has been estimated to have cost $300m.

That’s the equivalent of about 20,000 Monsters. Scary.

Monsters are welcome, but not monster budgets thank you.


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