I like films about murdering.
Horrid Henry's Wild Weekend is a revolutionary post-modern deconstruction of the strange and the mundane and the nature of stories.
This film forgoes the traditional Horrid Henry formula and instead presents a world where Henry has no agency and things happen to him for no reason.
There's no "eureka! That's it" moment in this episode but rather many "No!" moments.
The seeds of Henry's defeat and eventual triumph are all set before the episode even begins.
Often a new conflict…