The Diary Of A Teenage Girl (College Edition), without all the bullshit.
An impressive sound design and practical creature effects are wasted on an incoherent story that has no problem coming up with freakishly grotesque images and ideas, but remains unable to put them together into a whole. From two of the Astron-6 guys, The Void has significantly more polish than what we've come to expect, as well as a greater budget, but it can't disguise the emptiness at the film's core, and its pretentious non-ending. Really, this just made me want to watch Baskin again.
It's only been four days and I'm already tired of arguing with people about Guardians Of The Galaxy. So I say fuck this movie right in its 92% Rotten Tomatoes-approved-fresh ass. Sorry, does that offend you? Here you go, here's the Reservoir Dogs soundtrack to listen to while you read the rest of the review; apparently that can make everything better.
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