Netflix’s mind-searing anthology, Love, Death + Robots is back with Vol. 3. This volume brings back Deadpool director Tim Miller along with Seven and Zodiac director David Fincher. I’m always shocked by how many horror hounds still haven’t watched vol. 1 and vol 2. It seems to be something that a lot of folks intend to watch but keep putting off. Well, I’m begging you for all the gore, horror and beautifully weird shit that you love, please watch vol. 1 and 2 so that you will be here for Vol. 3 when it arrives in a couple of weeks. Each film and their stories are stand alone, so you feel free to watch them in any order.
In vol. 3 Fincher is back to direct one of the film segments. We are excited with what he is bringing to the table. Generally, we are excited about the wild ride that these things have. You will go from laughing, shouting and cheering to out right crying in the matter of minutes. Each capsule carrying a different formula of sorcery to ingest.
I am constantly drawn back to the wild ride and animation style that The Witness has in it. The Witness is in Vol. 1, so I highly recommend you check that out. It’s like Clive Barker and Dario Argento took acid together and then made a movie.
The synopsis for Fincher’s segment titled Bad Traveling goes like this:
A jable shark-hunting sailing vessel is attacked by a giant crustacean whose size and intelligence is matched only by its appetite. Mutiny, betrayal and ventriloquism with a corpse… welcome aboard the animation directing debut of David Fincher.
The synopsis for Love, Death + Robots goes like this:
Emmy-winning animated anthology Love, Death + Robots returns with a third volume executive produced by Tim Miller (Deadpool, Terminator: Dark Fate) and David Fincher (MINDHUNTER, Mank). Terror, imagination and beauty combine in new episodes which stretch from uncovering an ancient evil to a comedic apocalypse, telling startling short stories of fantasy, horror and science-fiction with trademark wit and visual invention.
These are all worth a watch. Vol.1 and Vol. 2 are both available on Netflix. Best of all, the third entry is coming to Netflix beginning May 20.
iHorror – ‘Love, Death + Robots Vol. 3’ Trailer Arrives With Gore, Robots and a David Fincher Directed Film
Author: Trey Hilburn III
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May 11, 2022