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VENOM 2: Let There Be Carnage

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Venom: Let There Be Carnage is a 2021 superhero fantasy-action film directed by Andy Serkis has been released.  The film is based on the Marvel Comics super-villain/anti-hero characters, Eddie Brock/Venom, to which several comic book writers, artists, and editors contributed in the creation, most especially artist Todd McFarlane and writer David Michelinie.  This film is a direct sequel to the 2018 film, Venom, and it is also the second film in “Sony’s Spider-Man Universe” series.  In Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Eddie Brock and Venom face a new symbiote, a violent monster more powerful than Venom.

In 1996, a young Cletus Kasady watches helplessly as his love, Frances Barrison, who has the ability of sound manipulation, is taken away from St. Estes Home for Unwanted Children to the Ravencroft Institute. On the way, she attempts to use her sonic scream powers to escape, attacking young police officer Patrick Mulligan, who shoots Barrison in the eye and suffers an injury to his ear due to her scream. Unbeknownst to Mulligan, who believes he killed her, Barrison is taken to the facility, which is hardened against her powers.

In the present day, Mulligan, now a detective, contacts Eddie Brock to speak to Kasady, a serial killer who refuses to talk to anyone other than Brock following their interview a year prior. After the visit, Venom, Eddie’s symbiote, is able to figure out where Kasady has hidden the bodies of the victims, which gives Brock a huge career boost.

Back home, Venom, wanting more freedom to eat bad people instead of chickens, has an argument with Brock, and the two end up fighting until the symbiote detaches from his body; they go their different ways.

Venom saves Brock by bonding with him before the impact. Carnage tries to bond with Kasady again, but Venom devours the symbiote. Kasady states that he only wanted to be Brock’s friend, but Venom bites Kasady’s head off. While Brock, Venom, Weying, and Lewis escape, a still-living Mulligan’s eyes flash blue. Brock and Venom decide to take a vacation while they ponder their next steps. As Venom tells Brock about the symbiotes hive knowledge of other universes, a blinding light transports them from their hotel room to another room, where they watch J. Jonah Jameson reveal Spider-Man’s identity as Peter Parker on television.

Let There Be Carnage is entertaining and often funny and worth watching.

Have a look at the trailer:

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