Revenge plots are a motive that can dive into any kind of genre, it's automatically of interest to see the prime drive for a character to resort to violence.
This is one of those Stephen King movies that was made with no hope from the start that it would be an impactful part of cinema or even King's career. Heck of all the weird stories he's written, this is the one that he's disregarded. It's a movie based off the book where aliens come out of people's butts. It defiantly sounds like it wasn't gunning for a excellence with a plot like that.
When you think of George Michael, some songs come to mind.
I've tried tinder four times, I've tried bumble twice, and OK Cupid twice. I really tried to give online dating a chance when I wanted to experience dating and then eventually a relationship. I was close a couple of times, and I did have my experience, and I accepted the truth that most people had other intentions besides dating or a relationship.
A friend of mine once asked me, "What is your stance on sex?"
It took me by surprise to hear that there has been a remake and modern adaption of HP Lovecraft's story, Color out of Space. It's not the first time and not the last try to adapt HP Lovecraft's stories. But none that have worked to at least have at least a neutral review. Most of the movies that are adapted go right for Cthulhu (and unfortunately that's a huge chunk of failed attempts).