Chicago based filmmaker, origami sensei and human.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I try to avoid knowing anything before going into a movie, but I wish I'd read a synopsis of this one or something... I don't know what it is but movies where people are in captivity and movies where people are bodily mutilated trigger something deeply unsettling in me. If a movie is well done I can appreciate it but this just felt like a retread with no originality.
#12. Scary Godmother: Halloween Spooktakular (2003)
Extremely disturbing. Not because of the uncanny animation, not because of the strange 2D / 3D world these characters inhabit, but because I remembered nearly every moment of this film despite me not remembering its existence until tonight. Every scene, every character, every frame was something that has been strangely ingrained into my brain since my childhood when I probably watched it once on Cartoon Network. Hm. Big shoutout to Chris for watching this with me.