Perhaps the most feminist of rape revenge films. Most get off on the idea of women dropping their guard to become primal in their revenge. In "Seeding of a Ghost" it seems like not even magic can control the female protagonist as it uses demon children from the womb to destroy every male that took part in the rape and murder.
"The Needle In The Hay" / "I'm going to kill myself tomorrow" scene may be Anderson's best.
Between Luke Wilson taking off the layers he has hid behind, the choice of music, and the Graduate inspired quick cut flashbacks of his life and loved ones, Anderson creates the most tragically heartbreaking moment in his canon.
In order to appreciate this new installment to the unwanted addition of Spider-Man films we must drop this act that it is "unwanted". I even find myself falling into the repetitive lines of "unnecessary reboot" or "comic book film for the tweens" when it comes to talking about these films, but about half way through this movie I remembered I liked the first one.
The villains are weak in the film, I do not necessarily even like the performances of…