I watch a lot of horror 🩸🔪
Sometimes I watch other stuff 📼
Crusty white dudes get mad when girls don’t like their sweaty boners when they’re just tryna dance under the full moon.
Part three giving us an origin story, which I really liked the backwards storytelling with each installment and the connection to characters and events through the timelines.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
A different take on a familiar scenario. The silence of the end of the world is deafening, and I liked the musical element of Sam’s character. I also liked that since there is little dialogue for most of the film, you have to really pay attention or you miss the most impactful moments (Like all the items he accumulates from the other apartments like plants, furniture, paintings, etc. When he’s staring at his food supply, which to me seemed like…
Ok so this one was pretty okay. The acting was good and the soundtrack was fitting, and not necessarily all predictable songs, but it felt like they were trying to use as many “90’s” songs as humanly possible. Either way a great soundtrack.
There were some horror cliches, and for a movie that tries to appeal to the lgbt+ community, right after pride month at that, I expected the unexpected. But mostly got the expected, if that makes sense. All in all…