Eddie Brock Destroys A SWAT Team In Epic New Venom Clip


Contrary to whatever hatred the naysayers have to spew, I’m still very much looking forward Venom because everything I’ve seen pertaining to it is so badass. The iconic logo may be absent from the titular anti-hero’s chest, sure, but I’m positive that I can work past the omission. After all, Dolph Lundgren didn’t rock the skull in 1989’s The Punisher, yet I’m able to appreciate that offering as a decent 80’s action film.

Getting back to the subject of Eddie Brock’s solo outing, I can’t help feeling spoiled by all the content hitting the web as of late. This month alone, we’ve been treated to a featurette and the first full clip taken from the upcoming film that further hint that we’ll be in for one hell of a viewing experience. And if that weren’t enough, yet another clip has begun circulating as well.

Seen at the top of this article, the scene given the title of “To Protect and Serve” continues showcasing the stunning action and visual effects that this flick is sure to boast. And as its namesake hints, it has to do with law enforcement types.

Geeked for this picture as I am, those in agreement with me probably also dig seeing the seamless transition undergone by Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock whenever he goes full-on Venom. In a way, taking out a room full of armed men is almost video game-like, but it shows us just how formidable of a force the symobiote is.

By now, I’m aware that some of you are letdown by the movie not being granted an R-rating, but Hardy seems okay with the PG-13, saying:

“Is it going to be R-Rated? That’s the big question and the answers been answered, isn’t it? (It’s a 15 in the UK) and it’s a PG-13 in the states, but to be fair the thing can fulcrum into R-Rated and fulcrum into youth or children. My littlest ones, they watch Spider-Man and Venom quite comfortably and Venom toys appear and LEGO appear.

So it’s not like they’re scared by him, and at the same time there’s a lot in the real estate that you can actually imbue with a complete sense of gratuitous violence if you really wanted to, and I think you’ve got the right people for that job if you want to push it, course that’s where I want to go with it.”

Venom opens in theaters on October 5th.