If only they took the time to make one or two more episodes, exploring Jake's story in the town and school -- away from Lee Harvey Oswald and all that -- would have helped humanize the story a bit more. This is where the series strays from the subject matter and it really hurt it in the process. Not to mention, James Franco's directorial efforts here is a bit of a laugh. He did a much better job with The Disaster Artist.
(originally posted to www.iconsoffright.com)
I've gotten to a point in my life where, for the most part, horror movies don't scare me anymore. I've become desensitized, if you will. I partially blame a certain social network site I used to work for. I won't mention any names but MY job at this SPACE was filled with some interesting responsibilities. Some of which included reporting child pornography to the FBI and moderating content that included beheading videos and real death footage…