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Let There Be Carnage review: Sometimes sequels are so much better
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Venom's origin story is complete, just in time for something interesting in the post-credits scene.

As the origin story goes, the slot original Venom movie works. Spider-Man-Adjacent Marvel supervillain spin-off features key titles you'll need to remember. There's a good mix of action with comedy, and it ends on a high note. One thing we didn't get from that movie was a strong identity for our anti-hero. So while some people are excited to see a sequel with bigger villains to fight, I'm most excited to see Venom turn into a really vicious guardian. Cartoon fans know and love.

and good luck for everyone I'm glad to say that you got what you got with the Venom: Let There Be Carnage sequel.Let There Be Carnage opens today Oct. 1 in the US, followed by Oct. 15 in the UK. While Australia had to wait until Nov. 25, the sequel picked up shortly after the 2018 original Venom movie went off, with Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) trying to be a written reporter rather than a video host, though. Disturbing the aliens tying him, as seen in Marvel's Spider-Man comics, the previous film ended with the phrase "We are Venom" that made many giggles with delight. But unity is short-lived.

Eddie wants Venom to be happy with a special chemical chocolate that will help Venom survive without eating Eddie from the inside out. Unfortunately for him, Venom is eager to get those chemicals out of the bad guys' brains. This imbalance created many problems for Eddie in his career. This escalates when the police respond to the request of imprisoned serial killer Cletus Kassidy (Woody Harrelson).Just as Tom Hardy was perfectly suited to the role of Eddie Brock,

Woody Harrelson couldn't have been more perfect as Cletus Kassidy. We saw a tantalizing glimpse of this extraordinary performance at the end of the Venom movie. First story, but Harrelson really delivers in the sequel. Everything from his dramatic pitch changes to his unsteady body movements and even his bizarre hairstyle come together to create a character that is not physically threatening. But still, it's cold.Kassidy wants nothing more than to spend another day on the planet with his childhood love and frantic psychologist Frances Barrison,