Venom: Let There Be Carnage: Worth Watching Or Not?

Everyone knows the story of how Spiderman got his powers. He was bitten by a radioactive spider and being that he lived in New York City, it wasn’t surprising to see him start climbing skyscrapers and web-slinging from one building to the next immediately after getting bit. If a spider bite can make you superhuman, what about venom?

Venom: Let There Be Carnage is about an evil scientist who is experimenting with different types of animal venoms for financial gain. After working for some time on his project and running into roadblocks because there are too many contaminants in the various venoms, he considers giving up until something makes him change his mind. That something is a visual contact with the symbiote, and what he sees in this dream substance has him seeing grand plans of a future in which animal life has gone extinct and is being replaced by an alien organic world. In other words, instead of a spider being able to bite up into the sky, there will be a symbiote on a gigantic spaceship that’ll be able to shoot out more of its slime that will suck up all the animals left behind on Earth so they can be used for experimentation.

What is the plot?

The main point here is that Venom: Let There Be Carnage is basically an evil version of “Planet of the Apes.” The half-man, half-animal experiments, the scientist looking to advance his species by wiping out the plants, the female lead who gets lassoed by a symbiote and ends up being treated like Johnny Jewel’s version of Sal Mineo from the remake of Rebel Without a Cause. Ant-Man was a great movie that did justice to one of Marvel’s lesser-known superheroes. Even if you don’t know or care about him, he’s nonetheless a good example of one man figuring out how to get around with his powers. Carlos Ponce played the main character and by the end of the movie, you cared about what happened to him because he was well developed. On the opposite side of things, Venom: Let There Be Carnage is an example of a movie that is poorly made, but you can’t help but watch it because of how bad it is.

What’s special in this movie?

According to the Active Noon, Venom: Let There Be Carnage takes place in a world that has gone completely downhill when it comes to humanity. There are few humans left and most people have been replaced by aliens who are looking to make Earth their own. The only people left are the criminals, who run the world and deal with the mysterious symbiote, a grotesque monster that does anything it wants and has no respect for human life. The movie is an example of what happens when a studio gets into something they have no business being in. Venom: Let There Be Carnage exists solely to be a project that’s completely uninteresting and completely bad, but you’re forced to watch it because of how terrible it is.


The bottom line is that this film believes everything is all right when everything isn’t alright. This film is going to blow your brain with its crazy story writing and plot. You can watch Venom 2 online on Amazon Prime Video and have a great time. 

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