Miss Magnetiq. Episode 3: Attack of the inexpressible segullserkurkuskrímsliðýrr

Decem­ber 2015 /// 
Linz ///

Dead­pool, Bat­man vs. Super­man: Dawn of Jus­ti­ce, Cap­tain Ame­ri­ca 3, X-Men: Apo­ca­lyp­se, Sui­ci­de Squad, Doc­tor Stran­ge! There’s no ques­ti­on: 2016 will be the year of super­he­roes!

But the mother of all super­he­roi­ne movies is com­ing to cine­me­as with “Miss Magne­tiq: Attack of the inex­pres­si­ble segull­serkur­kus­kríms­liðdýrr”. In a breath­ta­king mix­tu­re of action, hor­ror, sci­ence fic­tion, love and Wes­tern film man­kind is facing the worst and most inex­pres­si­ble mons­ter in the histo­ry of film.

The cri­tics are alrea­dy vir­tual­ly unani­mous in sin­ging the prai­ses:

[…] one of the most magni­ficent pie­ces of serious popu­lar enter­tain­ment ever to emana­te from Hol­ly­wood.” (Boxof­fice Maga­zi­ne, Joseph McBri­de)

[…] wit­hout ques­ti­on one of the most dis­gus­ting hor­ror films ever made.” (Clark Col­lis, Enter­tain­ment Wee­kly)

[…] a shat­te­ring spec­ta­cle, one of the tru­ly gre­at cine­ma­tic illu­si­ons; a mons­trous, hide­ous, thril­ling débâcle […]” (Frank S. Nugent, New York Times)

[…] a cult sci-fi come­dy mis­cast as an ela­bo­ra­te, all-star stu­dio extra­va­gan­za.” (Todd McCar­thy, Varie­ty)

Infa­mous for its show­er sce­ne, but immor­tal for its con­tri­bu­ti­on to the hor­ror gen­re.” (RottenTomatoes.com)

(Video/Editing: Chris­ti­an Dietl/qujOchÖ)

Spe­cial thanks to supermagnete.at & Kre­mer Pig­men­te GmbH & Co. KG