i have terrible opinions
i like horror and movies that make me sad
the eyeball scene has haunted me for years. one of the few horror scenes that i still have a difficult time with.
it’s been a long time since i revisited this one. i’m obviously a fan of more extreme horror but sometimes it’s hard for me to get over some of the blatant misogyny (even though it’s a common theme in horror especially around this time). that being said the second part is so intense, insane and disturbing that i forget all of the things i don’t like about it. eli roth has been and always will be one twisted guy.
i always think it’s a good thing for mental health and mental illnesses to be talked about. i am very open about my own experiences and i think it’s a good thing for there to be movies about this subject matter. and i realize this is just a movie. however, i do find that this story (i understand it’s based on a book) does kind of play into the belief that a relationship will erase or at least ease the…
can’t wait for this pandemic to be over so i can get out of my own personal time loop.
surprised this held up so well on a second viewing. genuinely makes me laugh, and although the idea isn’t original it’s an interesting take on it. the writing is sharp and the pacing keeps things interesting. andy samberg and christin milioti shine individually and have great chemistry together (being stuck in a time loop with both or either of them is my bisexual dream). j.k simmons is wonderful as always. certainly one of my favourite comedies of the last couple of years.