This film is awesome.
An almost tantalising delve into a situation where societal norms and civility are inexorably peeled away.
I loved that things would almost reach a resolution, only for an ill-spoken word to spark continued descent into carnage.
The closing shot is possibly the most winningest shot ever, and makes the entire film.
I like horror films. My wife doesn't like horror film. I was told this wasn't really a horror film. So I convinced my wife to watch it with me. As it turns out, it actually is a horror film.
I really liked it. It's a fresh take on horror films, and works really well. Has some funny bits, and there are probably a good few things you could read into it, if you wanted to get philosophical.
I watched the trailer and was somewhat sceptical. I had this nagging suspicion that it would be sitting at the bottom of The Uncanny Valley, a la Polar Express.
Thankfully, my suspicions were entirely unfounded. The production of this film carefully captured the illustration style of the comic books and blended it most convincingly with that real-human feel. I think it was something to do with the rendering of the eyes, but it never felt uncanny to me.