If Rachel Wiesz and Gina Carrano had a love child and put her in a wanna-be Edgar Wright film.
Fairly conventional horror with quirk that didn't really work for me - though I found the teddy bear funny for some reason.
Still, some bonus points for turning tables on expectations and plot points.
There have been hundreds of films about life after war. Dozens about life after The American Civil War. But the consequences of war from the women’s perspective seems few and far between when it comes to the flicker show. Painting a picture of post Civil War America in the south, from the point of view of the women left alone is a wonderful concept. The world depicted is a dreadful hardship and almost surreal in nature. Not all of the…
Incredibly boring with unflattering characters and attempts at comedy that had me eye rolling ever bit as much as I was checking my watch. No stakes, no story, no intrigue. Just a series of set pieces that, for the most part, linger on nothing of interest.
The character of Tin Tin himself is as bland as he appears. Wish I would've skipped this one.