At times, this movie plays out like an Asylum version of "Sin City." It's lazily written, acted and directed. Sin City doesn't feel like a city so much in this as it does three or four different locations that people drive to and from while giving us voice over exposition. It doesn't help that two of the stories written by Frank Miller specifically for the movie, as he hasn't written anything great in a decade or two.
With that said,…
It's Sept. 1, dudes! That means Halloween season in effect!!
This movie is endlessly scary. You want proof? There's a scene where Michael is standing on a suburban street, half obscured by shrubs in broad daylight and it's about the scariest fucking thing you'll ever see in your life. If your monster can be scary just loitering around the neighborhood during the day, then you're a damn good director.
It has always bothered me that Loomis shows up at the…