Chasing the origin story of the titular Muppets, we follow Kermit, Fozzie, Gonzo, and a slew of other puppets across the country on their way to fame and fortune. Along the way the Muppets run into many cameos, sing music, and experience many montages.
For such a seemingly conventional story, you'd think The Muppet Movie plays out like one. Not only would you be wrong, you would be pleasantly surprised to discover that The Muppet Movie may just be one…
Watching House without prior knowledge of it is sort of like busting a pinata open of live fireworks. Perhaps a better analogy would be like you and a group of friends walking through one of those cheap haunted houses.
The movie starts out horribly cliche, with a group of school friends, issues with parents, flirting with older guys, and everything you would expect in a typical road trip movie. The editing, on the other hand, couldn't be less unconventional. It…
The sheer creepiness of a movie like this is the way the characters and setting are portrayed. These kids have nothing to do with the town, they're just passing through. One of them wanders off and is killed immediately. Who is the killer? Even though we see him, we don't know. He's just some crazy guy. No back story, no explanation, no motivations. He's just a psychopath. That's what makes this movie scary.