The movie was entertaining and had a lot of ideas and things to look at but the story was disjointed and too random to get into, changing direction, genre, and even the messages it was trying to convey, about every half hour, without truly, deeply satisfying conclusions for any of them-- it's like several different writers were involved and they only got a synopsis of what the previous writer had established before continuing.
A little slow-moving particularly in the first half hour and aside from the interactions between characters there's not really much of what I'd call a plot, the movie is silly, pleasant, has little conflict, and there's a nice recurring theme about friendship/family and how being different or socially unacceptable doesn't make you a lesser or bad person.
Also, a genuine asexual character who isn't 'cured' and paired up by the end of the movie!
Is it just me or was the main actress channeling some Winona Ryder?
This was the silliest movie about a mentally ill serial killer I've ever seen.
I was pleasantly surprised by how respectful toward women this was despite it trying to be a ~dark comedy~. While the guy does kill women, these women varied in personality and appearance, dressed conservatively, acted like normal intelligent people, and affected the plot. Most serial killer flicks, especially of the comedic kind, tend to sexualize violence and women being afraid. The synopsis made me worry that…