Hooptober film 1:
Fits requirements for: A film by Clive Barker
A bad movie with a legitimately really cool beginning and ending weighed down by some very weird choices.
For example, the crux of this film is the relationship between a man and his wife, who he met and fell in love with when she was a child. The film never adresses the inherent wrongness of that and just kind of lets this fact lie there, assuming the audience will be cool with it(I wasn't).
The villains (from Butterfield's amazing looks to Nix's desire for Swanns companionship) are coded gay, but Barker's own identity as a gay man makes this alot more complex than just gay panic. For me this…