I actually watched the 1932 original, which was funny, but Letterboxd doesn’t appear to have it listed.
What is it?
A highly unique and bizarre debut, the best horror film since It Follows.
Is it good?
The first two acts are mesmerizing and captivating, and its style original. The final act is a bit too expository and treads almost into The Conjuring territory.
Is there nudity?
I would've been too freaked out to notice even if there were.
The director insisted on the cast going without sleep and living exclusively on noodles throughout filming. They compromised on living in tents for the 8-week shoot and hotdogs providing their only sustanence.