The Colony", tragically, is one of those movies where it's obvious each of the writers had a different story to tell. Or maybe I'm wrong and some katana wielding, studio suit came in and hacked much of the scripts content into pieces. It is a mess, but why would I consider that to be tragic? Because when it came to visuals, tension and atmosphere, "The Colony" grabbed me by the balls and squeezed until they burst...erm, for some reason, that is considered a good thing. I really liked what this movie did right, which makes its failures that much more devastating.