My favorite is to turn out the lights and enjoy an R rated nightmare, but I share screens with a wife and 6 year old boy.
I really dug the animation style of this. Most might not because it’s pretty much just stills. It reminded my a lot of the old EC comics that Creepshow takes its inspiration from. I’ve got a ton of them on my comic shelf, so maybe I’m a bit biased.
The first of 2 stories featured the voice stylings of Kieffer Sutherland. That was pretty much the highlight. It becomes a bit drawn out and gruesome in my opinion.
The opening definitely got me excited for an upcoming duel. Don’t worry, you won’t be disappointed. You do have to learn about the reasons for a duel first. Fair enough.
The acting, scenery, and costumes are A+. The main 3 actors did great. This doesn’t even include Ben Affleck who was great fun. Image Ben playing a privileged womanizing rich dueche that loves drinking wine. He nailed it!
The reasoning for the duel is shown from different perspectives, which…
One of the main sets is a classic tall and pointy haunted house. A terrifying nightmare occurs inside, and we are forced to witness the tragedy with an overhead shot inside that house, which is so cool. What an amazing shot. I’ve seen so many scenes similar but nothing like that. I’d say that’s the highlight for camera, but there are many more James Wan impressions when watching this. I probably backed it up a dozen times to rewatch things. …