She’s a spooky broad, I’ll tell you that much.
People told me this was for me back when it was in theaters, well they were right.
Weirder than I expected. I remember when we were much younger, my little brother liked weapons. Little boys like weapons. They buy swords and nunchucks and it's stupid. An interesting jumping off point for a story. Lost the thread a little bit at the end though. And this was much better than MOPE.
Been addicted to this subreddit called tipofmytongue where people describe things they can't remember the name of and others get points for figuring it out. Someone was looking for this title, I read their post and was like WHAT IS THIS! I MUST WATCH THE TIME TRAVEL INSANITY JOURNAL THAT MUST BE READ WHILE SEATED MOVIE IMMEDIATELY!
How the hell did this stupid Goosebumps bullshit slip completely under my radar till now.
I can’t stop thinking about this. Braid is a psychedelic horror film about three young women and their bonds to each other, set in a baroque mansion in Yonkers. It’s written and directed by a woman, and it’s an unbeatable point in the argument that having more female and diverse voices in horror cinema would result in wild stories that use genre in innovative ways. PLEASE. I’m so BORED and I NEED MORE OF BRAID.
Bright beautiful colors, an extremely…
Cruel and pointless. Just how I want it. I want it so bad. Feels like it’s been a bit since the last bleak and bloody mainstream horror release that wants to fuck you up but has some artistry to it. So I’m very excited by this. I love the shot composition. The performances really sell the horror, because I like and believe these regular people. And then... it’s so, so mean.
Christina Hendricks, I love you! Thank you for being in…