Venom: Let There Be Carnage Runtime Is Only 90-Minutes

Venom: Let There Be Carnage Runtime Is Only 90-Minutes

Venom: Let There Be Carnage runtime is only 90-minutes long, that’s an hour and a half for the mathematically challenged and probably also includes credits. That means we are probably looking closer to 80-minutes for the film itself which is under what you might find some network TV movies. I got the information from Fandango, however AMC and other theatre chains are all publicizing the same running time.

I have to say this is unusual in modern times for a blockbuster movie. Back in my youth it was not that uncommon to find B-movies of this length. These days movies have gravitated towards longer running times. Most blockbuster films will be at least over two hours long. To be honest, it gives me the sense that Venom: Let There Be Carnage is a cheap B-movie. That’s a sense I had with the first Venom and nothing about Let There Be Carnage makes me feel any differently.

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Given what we see in the trailers and what we know of the plot, the movie sounds very basic. Carnage and Shriek are created, Venom fights them and wins, the end. That probably about sums up Venom: Let There Be Carnage, especially if the movie is over after 80-minutes. However, I was never going to see Let There Be Carnage anyway, so perhaps I am not the target audience. Who is though? Is this movie designed for quick trip to the theatre by teenagers? Are Sony hoping by making it shorter then can have more showings and make more money? Do Sony realize any longer would just be too painful for adults to sit through and are doing us a solid?

Who knows? Whatever happens, it is unusual for the Venom: Let There Be Carnage runtime to be so short. What are your thoughts on this news? Share below if you can.

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