Watched, for the ??th viewing, this time in a rundown hotel room in the middle of nowhere where the sign out front reads:
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David Robson ★★★½
Bleak and mean-spirited, therefore unfailingly honest. Never quite goes as expected, and suspenseful throughout. De Toth had made westerns and noirs during their classic eras, but in his last film…
Zane Gordon-Bouzard ★★★★★
Pretty incredible that there's a film that exists in this world that completely flips the power switch, and allows an 18-year-old Kristy McNichol to do a full-on, lady-gaze, up-and-down-stare at…
“What do you got, problems or somethin’?” is the smartest thing anyone has ever asked in a slasher movie.
Feels like a newly discovered SNL film from the 90s, in both the best and worst ways.
Had not seen this since... well, it was in theaters (1993).
In the ranks of "homages to post-war horror-movie schlock-fests" I prefer this to Ed Wood.
laird ★★★★ 1
Not for everyone, it appears, but I love the tone of this movie so much defined as it is largely by the episodic comedic bits that feel 90% improvised but…
This movie has a landlord problem, but then again what doesn’t?
With live score by composer Joe Delia. Cinema Village, NYC