I'm pretty excited about the potential of MONSTERS. It is a giant monster film that adds a nice twist to the set up. The monsters have come, they've done their stuff, and the world has "normalized" to deal with the problem. It's essentially, "6 years after the alien invasion and most of the world is the same as before." I like the premise and the trailer looks interesting.
As a Magnolia/Magnet film, it will be released On Demand before it hits the theaters. For a film like this, I think that that is a brilliant move. Sometimes you wait for a film, watch it on the small screen, and then wish you'd seen it on the big screen. When you are the father of twins who has a wife who loves movies as much, if not more, than he does a movie going experience is $100+. It's $25 for admission, $15 snacks, and $60 babysitter. I watched Neil Marshall's CENTURION on demand a month ago, and really want to see it on the big screen. It's currently playing at the Leammle Sunset 5 if anyone is interested in seeing it with me Sunday night. There were a couple of moments I'd like to experience "super sized." Having MONSTERS available on demand will allow me to make a similar decision, and I have high hopes.