I enjoyed this waaaay more than I was expecting. And there's one part of the story line that I liked SO much just because IT MAKES SO MUCH GODDAMN SENSE, and it hilariously answers a question I ask myself after almost every horror movie I watch. Man, I really just kind of loved this one.
The Jeffrey Dahmer Files mixes real footage and interviews with laughably dull, borderline obnoxious "reenactments". It's like an ID channel employee, tired of having his indie creativity stifled by cable TV, quit his job to purse his dream of submitting something to Sundance. Like if Gus van Sant were to ever make a documentary about a serial killer, this would be it. And man, do I hate Gus van Sant.
I love documentaries. I love murder (stay with me here..).…
Whatever, I love this movie. And although I'm sure my own father would try his best to rescue me, I'd like to officially request that Liam Neeson be the one assigned to come after me if I ever get kidnapped and sold into human trafficking. He seems to know his way around an International kidnapping, whereas my dad knows his way around Pawn Stars and getting the best deals on deli meats.
Decided to give The Blair Witch Project another go when I saw that it was added to Netflix. Being about ten years old the first (and only) time I saw it, I mainly just remember thinking it was stupid and boring. But in all honesty, there's a good chance that my opinion was based solely on the fact that it probably scared the absolute hell out of me back then. I'd be willing to bet that I had convinced myself…