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Far less chilling than versions from 1951 and 1982, Universal's latest take on "The Thing" " is memorable mainly for illustrating CGI's gross deficiencies relative to old-fashioned makeup f/x.
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Universal will add a new chapter to "The Thing," lining up another take on the paranoid horror classic most recently brought to the screen by John Carpenter in 1982.
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