Eh, this was trippy and dream like. I kept waiting for it to pick up and it didn't. The ending made the whole film make sense but to me it wasn't worth the payoff.
And not the 'nope' of it was too scary or it had giant spiders, but the 'nope' of I won't be watching that again because it was pants. Have I seen it? Yep. Did I like it? Nope.
It was weird. It felt like it was written by someone who doesn't know how the Youtube/social media thing works, or what kind of content is popular. It felt dated. The story behind the creature and everything else was lacklustre. I…
As the series goes on, the horror ramps up and the comedy dies completely. The backstory episode, explaining the Baby's origins, is just harrowing and upsetting. As the series progressed it left me increasingly angry and upset, which took away from the horror comedy I had been expecting. This show is about women's suffering and having to put up with it for pretty much no reason. So overall, it didn't really do it for me.
This was an amazing work of stop motion. The set designs were stunning. There was obviously a lot of effort all round in this production's creation. I think that it is worth watching if you like grim-dark weird and wonderful with a side of absurd humour.
My favourite thing was the Alchemist and the character design for them was fantastic. The hands, the floating, all very sexy,
However, this is only getting 2.5 stars from me for these reasons: